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School of Statistics Presents

Record Linkage Workshop (Using Machine Learning Methods)

9/20/19, 9:00 AM

About this event

The Minnesota Population Center (MPC) and the Institute for Research in Statistics and its Applications (IRSA) are teaming up to bring you a unique interdisciplinary workshop, Record Linkage Using Machine Learning Methods. 

At this workshop, explore how experts in four distinct fields of work utilize machine learning methods to link databases together. What works? What doesn’t? Leverage their collective knowledge and discover new approaches for overcoming common methodological challenges.

This event will include four interactive presentations, a Q&A panel with all speakers, and a poster competition awarding $250 to one winner.
 

Featured Presentations:

  • Linking Individuals Over Time Using Historical Census Data (Jonas Helgertz, MPC)
  • Crowdsourcing Structured Data with the Zooniverse Project Builder (Samantha Blickhan, Zooniverse, Adler Planetarium)
  • Entity Resolution with Societal Impacts in Machine Learning (Rebecca C. Steorts, Duke University)
  • Personalization, Beyond Recommenders (Edward Chenard, Cyberian Data)

Poster Competition Information:

All participants are invited to submit a poster proposal for presentation at the workshop.  Submissions (due August 1, 2019) will be reviewed by the planning committee. Those who are invited to present at the workshop will receive free admission to the event; those who are asked to present will be eligable to win a final prize of $250. Information about the poster competition (including deadlines and judging criteria) can be found here

To see full details and to register, visit z.umn.edu/recordlinkage
Event Location
  • University of Minnesota Campus - Location To Be Announced
  • Minneapolis MN
  • USA - United States