Grad Kellie Ottoboni receives Best Paper Award at E-VOTE-ID 2018
From the BIDS new article:
BIDS Data Science Fellow Kellie Ottoboni received the Best Paper Award in the PhD Colloquium at the International Joint Conference on Electronic Voting (E-VOTE-ID 2018) in Bregenz, Austria, on October 2, 2018, for her work on The Risk Limit of Bayesian Audits. She also presented her work on Risk-Limiting Audits by Stratified Union-Intersection Tests of Elections (SUITE), which was published in the conference proceedings. E-VOTE-ED is an international, interdisciplinary conference that brings together experts in both the technical and the social issues involved with electronic voting. It brought together people working on electronic voting issues from a wide range of disciplines including legal studies, sociology, cryptography and security, voting systems developers, former election officials, and statistics.
See Kellie's blog post for more information.