IPR: Hourcade on "2020 Creates Big Obstacles For This Year’s Census Count"

In the 12/3/2020 edition of River to River, host Ben Kieffer speaks with computer scientist Juan Pablo Hourcade - a member of the U.S.

Jones on "The dramatic ways US election voting methods have changed through history"

The latest versions of these [electronic voting] machines let you select your votes on screen, print out a completed ballot, you then check it and put it into a scanner to be counted.


CDC funds UI computational epidemiology researchers in fight against COVID-19

"The researchers comprise the University of Iowa Computational Epidemiology Research Group—commonly known as CompEpi—which recently received a $3.

Jones et al.:"Uniform standards will matter most in Trump vs. Biden count"

"With Election Day fast approaching, we are alarmed to note that there are many issues today where counties within some states are still be applying differing standards.

Jones et al. on "Voting Technology and Democracy in America" - Audio

"In the upcoming US presidential election voters will cast their ballots in a myriad of ways – from mail-in-voting to computerised voting machines.

Jones on "Defending the 2020 election against hacking: 5 questions answered"

"My impression is that they’re getting better at disinformation campaigns. I think it’s safe to assume that they’re also getting better at digging into the actual machinery of elections. [...

Alumna Janet Matsuda on "Open-source community dumps the swag bag in favor of supporting STEM education"

"A computer science degree from the University of Iowa followed by a master’s in business administration from Harvard set Matsuda on the road to Silicon Valley. [...

PhD Student Z. Yuan and Prof. Yang Team 1st Place on CheXpert ML Competition

About the CheXpert Competition:...