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Agenda

Note: (Eastern Time, UTC-4)

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Welcome & Opening Remarks
Speaker(s)
  • Laurie Locascio, Director, NIST
  • Charles H. Romine, Director, NIST Information Technology Laboratory
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Conference Overview
Speaker(s)
  • Ronald Boisvert, Chief, NIST Applied and Computational Mathematics Division (ACMD)
  • William Guthrie, Chief, NIST Statistical Engineering Division (SED)
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Virtual Lunch and Get-Together

In Gather Town

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Session 1

Moderator: Timothy Burns, NIST

Q&A Moderator: Danielle Brager, NIST

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The Starting Point: National Bureau of Standards and the Mathematical Tables Project
Speaker(s)
  • David Alan Grier, George Washington University
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Early History of the Statistical Engineering Division
Speaker(s)
  • William Guthrie, Chief, NIST Statistical Engineering Division (SED)
  • James Filliben, SED
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The Handbook of Mathematical Functions and the DLMF
Speaker(s)
  • Bonita Saunders, ACMD
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Q&A
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Break
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Session 2

Moderator: Dennis Leber, NIST 

Q&A Moderator: David Newton, NIST 

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SED People, Profession, and Remembrances
Speaker(s)
  • Karen Kafadar, University of Virginia
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Sampler of Memorable Publications by NIST Statisticians
Speaker(s)
  • Antonio Possolo, SED
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A Cavalcade of Distinguished NIST Mathematicians and Statisticians
Speaker(s)
  • Ronald Boisvert, Chief, NIST Applied and Computational Mathematics Division (ACMD)
  • William Guthrie, Chief, NIST Statistical Engineering Division (SED)
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Q&A
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Virtual Lunch and Get-Together

In Gather Town

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Session 3

Moderator: Adam Pintar, NIST 

Q&A Moderator: Mary Gregg, NIST 

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Experimental Design
Speaker(s)
  • James Filliben, SED
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Operations Research at NBS
Speaker(s)
  • Douglas Shier, Clemson University
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Extreme Value Statistics at NBS/NIST: A Brief History
Speaker(s)
  • Emil Simiu, EL, NIST
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The Mathematics of Fire
Speaker(s)
  • Kevin McGrattan, NIST Fire Research Division
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Q&A
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Break
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Session 4

Moderator: Amanda Koepke, NIST 

Q&A Moderator: Angela Folz, NIST 

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Case Studies in Statistics at NBS/NIST
  • James Filliben, SED
  • Andrew Rukhin, SED
  • Antonio Possolo, SED
  • Scott Glancy, ACMD
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Analytical, Software-Aided, and Solution-Verified Computational Mechanics
Speaker(s)
  • Jeffrey Fong, ACMD
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Personal Memories of Statistical Work on SRMs
Speaker(s)
  • Keith Eberhardt, SED (retired)
  • Susannah Schiller, SED (retired)
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Q&A
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Special Evening Program:
  • David Alan Grier, George Washington University
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Virtual Lunch and Poster Session

In Gather Town

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Session 5

Moderator: Michael Donahue, NIST 

Q&A Moderator: Mingyu Hu, University of CO 

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75 Years of Statistical Methods for Interlaboratory Studies: From Youden to Infinity
Speaker(s)
  • Mark Vangel, Massachusetts General Hospital
  • Andrew Rukhin, SED
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The Origin and Development of Krylov Subspace Methods
Speaker(s)
  • Yousef Saad, University of Minnesota
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Statistical Software
Speaker(s)
  • Jim Filliben, SED
  • Antonio Possolo, SED
  • Blaza Toman, SED
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Q&A
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Break
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Session 6

Moderator: Anthony Kearsley, NIST 

Q&A Moderator: Robert Dejaco, NIST 

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Materials Modeling at NBS/NIST
Speaker(s)
  • Geoffrey McFadden, ACMD
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SED’s Recent Work in Forensic Science
Speaker(s)
  • Steve Lund, SED
  • Hari Iyer, SED
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Quantum Computing, Cybersecurity, and the Next Big Thing
Speaker(s)
  • Yi-Kai Liu, ACMD
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Q&A
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Closing Remarks