Evelyn delivers lecture at Statistics Netherlands

On 25 September, Evelyn visited the Statistics Netherlands (CBS) Heerlen office to speak about ARITHMUS and to deliver a lecture on citizen data.  Her lecture discussed an experiment to design a ‘citizen data app’ for co-producing data with citizens at all stages of production of official statistics.

Evelyn delivers presentations on An Experiment in Citizen Data

Evelyn is making several presentations on An Experiment in Citizen Data during her fellowship at the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study including: Maastricht University Science,Technology & Society (MUSTS) Colloquium on 28 March 2018; NIAS Fellow Seminar on 5 April 2018; University of Twente STePS Research Days Keynote on 18 April 2018; and European Research Council[…]

Recent presentations by Evelyn Ruppert at international events

In September 2017, Evelyn spoke at two events in Copenhagen, Denmark. At the first annual European Data Ethics Forum she addressed the theme of ‘The rise of the privacy-conscious and rights claiming citizens.’  She also delivered a keynote lecture at the University of Copenhagen Centre for Social Data Science on ‘An experiment in Citizen Data.’ The lecture was[…]

Citizen Data and Official Statistics

From 25-26 September, ARITHMUS, in collaboration with facilitators from the Waag Society (NL), are conducting a collaborative workshop with statisticians from national and international organisations, researchers from different EU universities, and information designers and programmers. Evelyn, Funda and Francisca will participate from ARITHMUS to explore the possibilities of ‘citizen data’, that is, data co-produced with citizens as an expertise[…]

Evelyn Ruppert speaks at the 61st ISI World Statistics Congress

Evelyn is participating in a panel on Smart Statistics at the International Statistical Institute’s 2017 Congress in Marrakech, Morocco (16 to 21 July 2017). Her presentation discusses experiments in co-producing data collection platforms with citizens to explore how mechanisms of trust can be at the forefront rather than backend in the development of smart statistics.