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Helsinki, 5-7 October 2015


 Monday, 5 October 2015

Time

Topic and documentation

PaperPresentation

9.00

Registration prior to the opening of the meeting

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9.30

Opening of the meeting – Ms. Marjo Bruun, head of Statistics Finland

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9.50

Adoption of the agenda; Designation of officers

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10.00

Introduction to Topic (iv): Access to Statistical Data for Scientific Purposes

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Session Organizers: Aleksandra Bujnowska, Eurostat and Annu Cabrera, Statistics Finland

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10.10

Eurostat – Access to EU microdata for research purposes

Paper

Presentation

10.25

Finland – Creating a National Remote Access System for Register-based Research

Paper

Presentation

10.40

Questions to the authors

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10.50

Break (20 minutes)

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11.10

Denmark – New Nordic model for researchers joint access to data from the Nordic Statistical Institution

Paper

Presentation

11.25

Germany – Circle of Trust for International Microdata Access

Paper

Presentation

11.40

Questions to the authors

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11.50

Germany – Virtual Research Environments (VREs) to enable access to confidential data for scientific purposes

PaperPresentation

12.05

Univ. Edinburgh – Micro, remote, safe settings (safePODS) – extending a safe setting network across a country

PaperPresentation

12.20

Questions to the authors

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12.30

Lunch break

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13.45

Montenegro – Access to Statistical Data for Scientific Purposes

PaperPresentation

14.00

Saarland State University of Applied Sciences, University of Dortmund, University of the West of England, UK Data Service - Evidence-based, context-sensitive, user-centred, risk-managed SDC planning: designing data access solutions for scientific use

PaperPresentation

14.15

Questions to the authors

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14.25

Topic (iv): General discussion and conclusions

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14.50

Introduction to Topic (i): Identifying and measuring risk of statistical disclosure

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Session Organiser: Josep Domingo-Ferrer, Universitat Rovira I Virgili

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15.00

France – Microdata protection: A method that mixes subsampling and calibration

Paper

Presentation

15.15

Univ. Oklahoma & Univ. Rovira I Virgili – Microdata Masking as Permutation

PaperPresentation

15.30

Questions to the authors

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15.40

Break (20 minutes)

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16.00

Universitat Rovira I Virgili – Assessing Disclosure Risk via Record Linkage

Paper

Presentation

16.15

Univ. Skövde – Transparency in microaggregation

Paper

Presentation

16.30

Questions to the authors

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16.40

Univ. Manchester – Disclosure Risk Measurement with Entropy in Two-Dimensional Sample Based Frequency Tables

PaperPresentation

16.55

Univ. Edinburgh / Univ. Bristol / Glasgow Centre for Population Health – Running an analysis of combined data when the individual records cannot be combined

Paper

Presentation

17.10

Questions to the authors

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17.20

Topic (i): General discussion and conclusions

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17.40

End of Day 1

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tbc

Reception at Statistics Finland

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Tuesday, 6 October 2015

Time

Topic and documentation

PaperPresentation

9.00

Introduction to Topic (vi): Emerging Challenges to Data Confidentiality

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Session Organizers: Michelle Simard, Statistics Canada & Peter-Paul de Wolf, Statistics Netherlands

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9.10

Canada & Australia - Confidentialized Analysis of Microdata - CSPA project

 Presentation

9.25

Sweden – Protection of frequency tables – current work at Statistics Sweden

Paper

Presentation

9.40

Canada - Development of rules from administrative data

 Presentation

9.55

Topic (vi): General discussion and conclusions

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10.10

Introduction to Topic (v): Practicum: Case Studies and Software

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 Session Organizer: Eric Schulte Nordholt & Peter-Paul de Wolf, Statistics Netherlands--

10.20

Hitotsubashi Univ. & Chuo Univ. – Creating synthetic microdata from official statistics: Random number generation in consideration of Anscombe's quartet

Paper

Presentation

10.35

Germany – A Graphical User Interface to Manage Cell Suppression on Sets of Linked Tables Using SAS and t Argus

Paper

Presentation

10.50

Questions to the authors

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11.00

Break (20 minutes)

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11.20

Netherlands – Public Use Files of EU-SILC and EU-LFS data

Paper

Presentation

11.35

Albania - Statistical data confidentiality and microdata in Albania

Paper

Presentation

11.50

Slovenia – The application for statistical processing at SURS

Paper

Presentation

12.05

Questions to the authors

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12.20

Lunch break

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13.45

Univ. Edinburgh – synthpop: An R package for generating synthetic versions of sensitive microdata for statistical disclosure limitation

Paper

R code

Presentation

14.00

Romania – New online services for accessing PHC mivrodata for any user

Paper

Presentation

14.15

Questions to the authors

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14.25

Norway – The RAIRD Project: Remote Access Infrastructure for Register Data

PaperPresentation

14.40

Univ. Essex – An Introduction to the Administrative Data Research Network


Presentation

14.55

Ukraine - Statistical confidentiality assurance framework in State Statistics Service of Ukraine

 Presentation

15.05

Questions to the authors

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15.15

Topic (v): General discussion and conclusions

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15.45

Break (20 minutes)

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16.05

Introduction to Topic (iii): Preserving Data Quality and Usability in Disclosure-Limited Data

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 Session Organizer: Lawrence H. Cox, LHC Consulting, United States of America & Eric Schulte Nordholt, Statistics Netherlands--

16.15

Germany / Duke Univ. – Generating synthetic geocoding information for public release

PaperPresentation

16.30

Saarland State Univ. Applied Sciences – Anonymization of longitudinal surveys in the presence of outliers

PaperPresentation

16.45

Questions to the authors

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16.55

U.S. Bureau of the Census & Cornell Univ. – Using partially synthetic microdata to protect sensitive cells in business statistics

PaperPresentation

17.10

Chuo Univ. / Japan – Quantitative Assessment of Data Confidentiality and Data Utility to Create Anonymized Census Microdata in Japan

PaperPresentation

17.25

Questions to the authors

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17.35

Topic (iii): General discussion and conclusions

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17.55

End of Day 2

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tbc

Subscription dinner

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Wednesday, 7 October 2015

Time

Topic and documentation

PaperPresentation

9.00

Introduction to Topic (ii): New Methodologies for Protecting Data (Disclosure Limitation)

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Session Organizer: Sarah Giessing, Federal Statistical Office of Germany

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9.10

Univ. Edinburgh - Utility of synthetic microdata generated using parametric and tree-based methods

PaperPresentation

9.25

Duke Univ., U.S. Census Bureau & Cornell Univ.– Formal privacy protection for data products combining individual and employer frames

Paper

Presentation

9.40

Questions to the authors

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9.50

Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya / Netherlands – Using BCD CTA for difficult tables: a practical experiment with a real Eurostat table

Paper

Presentation

10.05

United States of America – Techniques to apply cell suppression to large sparse linked tables and some results using those techniques on the 2012 (US) Economic Census

Paper

Presentation

10.20

Questions to the authors

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10.30

Topic (ii): General discussion and conclusions

-Summary

10.50

Break (20 minutes)

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11.10

Panel session

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Presentation

Presentation

12.20

Future work discussion

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13.15

Adoption of the report, conclusion of the meeting

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13.30

End of the meeting

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