Curriculum Vitae
Philip Bradford Stark

 Biographical Information
  Interests
 Appointments
 Awards and Fellowships
 Affiliations and Professional Societies
 Education
  Mentors
 Publications
  Refereed Publications
  Books and Edited Volumes
  Book Chapters
  Technical Reports, White Papers, and Unrefereed Publications
  Editorials, Reviews, Comments, Letters
  Software
 Patents
 Selected Presentations
  Other Invited Seminars
 Press
 Teaching and Advising
  Courses
  Former Graduate Students and Postdocs
  Graduate Committees
  First-year PhD advising
  Current PhD advisees
  Undergraduate Research Advisees
 Service
  Professional Societies and Government Agencies
  Foundations, Non-Profit Corporations, and Industry
  Editorial and Referee Service
  University and Higher Education
 Contracts and Grants
 Consulting and Expert Witness Experience
  Recent Testimony

Biographical Information

Interests

Appointments

Awards and Fellowships

Affiliations

Professional Societies

Education

Mentors

Publications

Refereed Publications

  1. Stark, P.B. and C. Frohlich, 1985. The depths of the deepest deep Earthquakes, Journal of Geophysical Research, 90, 1859–1869.
  2. Stark, P.B., R.L. Parker, G. Masters, and J.A. Orcutt, 1986. Strict bounds on seismic velocity in the spherical Earth, Journal of Geophysical Research, 91, 13,892–13,902.
  3. Stark, P.B., 1986. Travel-Time Inversion: Regularization and Inference, Ph.D. Thesis, Scripps Instution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego, 106pp.
  4. Stark, P.B., and R.L. Parker, 1987. Smooth profiles from tau(p) and X(p) data, Geophysical Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, 89, 2713–2719.
  5. Stark, P.B., and R.L. Parker, 1987. Velocity bounds from statistical estimates of tau(p) and X(p), Journal of Geophysical Research, 92, 2713–2719.
  6. Stark, P.B., 1987. Rigorous velocity bounds from soft tau(p) and X(p) data, Geophysical Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, 89, 987–996.
  7. Orcutt, J.A., R.L. Parker, P.B. Stark, and J.D. Garmany, 1988. Comment concerning “A method of obtaining a velocity-depth envelope from wide-angle seismic data” by R. Mithal and J.B. Diebold. Geophysical Journal, 95, 209–212.
  8. Stark, P.B. and R.L. Parker, 1988. Correction to “Velocity bounds from statistical estimates of tau(p) and X(p).” Journal of Geophysical Research, 93, 13,821–13,822.
  9. Donoho, D.L. and P.B. Stark, 1989. Uncertainty principles and signal recovery. SIAM Journal of Applied Mathematics, 49, 906–931.
  10. Stark, P.B., 1992. Affine minimax confidence intervals for a bounded Normal mean, Statistics and Probability Letters, 13, 39–44.
  11. Stark, P.B., 1992. Minimax confidence intervals in geomagnetism, Geophysical Journal International, 108, 329–338.
  12. Stark, P.B., 1992. Inference in infinite-dimensional inverse problems: Discretization and duality, Journal of Geophysical Research, 97, 14,055–14,082. Reprint:
    http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1029/92JB00739/epdf
  13. Donoho, D.L. and P.B. Stark, 1993. A note on rearrangements, spectral concentration, and the zero-order prolate spheroidal wavefunction. IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, 39, 257–260.
  14. Pulliam, R.J. and P.B. Stark, 1993. Bumps on the core-mantle boundary: Are they facts or artifacts?, Journal of Geophysical Research, 98, 1943–1956.
  15. Stark, P.B. and N.W. Hengartner, 1993. Reproducing Earth’s kernel: Uncertainty of the shape of the core-mantle boundary from PKP and PcP travel-times, Journal of Geophysical Research, 98, 1957–1972.
  16. Stark, P.B., 1993. Uncertainty of the COBE quadrupole detection, Astrophysical Journal Letters, 408, L73–L76.
  17. Stark, P.B. and D.I. Nikolayev, 1993. Toward tubular tomography, Journal of Geophysical Research, 98, 8095–8106.
  18. Constable, C.G., R.L. Parker, and P.B. Stark, 1993. Geomagnetic field models incorporating frozen-flux constraints, Geophysical Journal International, 113, 419–433.
  19. Gough, D.O. and P.B. Stark, 1993. Are the 1986–1988 changes in solar free-oscillation frequency splitting significant?, Astrophysical Journal, 415, 376–382.
  20. Stark, P.B., M.M. Herron, and A. Matteson, 1993. Empirically minimax affine mineralogy estimates from Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy data using a decimated wavelet basis, Applied Spectroscopy, 47, 1820–1829.
  21. Pulliam, R.J. and P.B. Stark, 1994. Confidence regions for mantle heterogeneity, Journal of Geophysical Research, 99, 6931–6943.
  22. Genovese, C.R., P.B. Stark, and M.J. Thompson, 1995. Uncertainties for Two-Dimensional Models of Solar Rotation from Helioseismic Eigenfrequency Splitting, Astrophysical Journal, 443, 843–854.
  23. Stark, P.B. and R.L. Parker, 1995. Bounded-variable least-squares: an algorithm and applications, Computational Statistics, 10, 129–141. Preprint:
    https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/bvls.pdf
  24. Hengartner, N.W. and P.B. Stark, 1995. Finite-sample confidence envelopes for shape-restricted densities, The Annals of Statistics, 23, 525–550.
  25. Stark, P.B., 1995. Reply to Comment by Morelli and Dziewonski, Journal of Geophysical Research, 100, 15,399–15,402.
  26. Gough, D.O., T. Sekii, and P.B. Stark, 1996. Inferring spatial variation of solar properties from helioseismic data, Astrophysical Journal, 459, 779–791.
  27. Benjamini, Y. and Stark, P.B., 1996. Non-equivariant simultaneous confidence intervals less likely to contain zero, Journal of the American Statistical Association, 91, 329–337.
  28. Hill, F., P.B. Stark, R.T. Stebbins, E.R. Anderson, H.M. Antia, T.M. Brown, T.L. Duvall, Jr., D.A. Haber, J.W. Harvey, D.H. Hathaway, R. Howe, R. Hubbard, H.P. Jones, J.R. Kennedy, S.G. Korzennik, A.G. Kosovichev, J.W. Leibacher, K.G. Libbrecht, J.A. Pintar, E.J. Rhodes, Jr., J. Schou, M.J. Thompson, S. Tomczyk, C.G. Toner, R. Toussaint, and W.E. Williams, 1996. The solar acoustic spectrum and eigenmode parameters, Science, 272, 1292–1295.
  29. Thompson, M.J., J. Toomre, E.R. Anderson, H.M. Antia, G. Berthomieu, D. Burtonclay, S.M. Chitre, J. Christensen-Dalsgaard, T. Corbard, M. DeRosa, C.R. Genovese, D.O. Gough, D.A. Haber, J.W. Harvey, F. Hill, R. Howe, S.G. Korzennik, A.G. Kosovichev, J.W. Leibacher, F.P. Pijpers, J. Provost, E.J. Rhodes, Jr., J. Schou, T. Sekii, P.B. Stark, and P.R. Wilson, 1996. Differential rotation and dynamics of the solar interior, Science, 272, 1300–1305.
  30. Stark, P.B., 1996. A few considerations for ascribing statistical significance to earthquake predictions, Geophysical Research Letters, 23, 1399–1402.
  31. Evans, S.N., and P.B. Stark, 1996. Shrinkage estimators, Skorokhod’s problem, and stochastic integration by parts, The Annals of Statistics, 24, 809–815.
  32. Genovese, C.R. and P.B. Stark, 1996. Data Reduction and Statistical Consistency in Linear Inverse Problems, Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 98, 143–162.
  33. Stark, P.B., 1997. Earthquake prediction: the null hypothesis, Geophysical Journal International, 131, 495–499.
  34. Benjamini, Y., Y. Hochberg, and P.B. Stark, 1998. Confidence Intervals with more Power to determine the Sign: Two Ends constrain the Means, Journal of the American Statistical Association, 93, 309–317.
  35. Tenorio, L., P.B. Stark, and C.H. Lineweaver, 1999. Bigger uncertainties and the Big Bang, Inverse Problems, 15, 329–341.
  36. Stark, P.B., 1999. Geophysics, Statistics in, in Encyclopedia of Statistical Sciences, Update Volume 3, S. Kotz, C.B. Read, and D.L. Banks, eds., John Wiley and Sons, NY. Invited. Reprint:
    http://mrw.interscience.wiley.com/emrw/9780471667193/ess/article/ess1053/current/pdf
  37. Komm, R., Y. Gu, P.B. Stark, and I. Fodor, 1999. Multitaper Spectral Analysis and Wavelet Denoising Applied to Helioseismic Data, Astrophysical Journal, 519, 407–421.
  38. Freedman, D.A., and P.B. Stark, 1999. The swine flu vaccine and Guillain-Barré syndrome: a case study in relative risk and specific causation, Evaluation Review, 23, 619–647. Preprint:
    https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/users/census/546.pdf
  39. Fodor, I. and P.B. Stark, 2000. Multitaper Spectrum Estimation for Time Series with Gaps, IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, 48, 3472–3483.
  40. Freedman, D.A., P.B. Stark, and K.W. Wachter, 2001. A probability model for census adjustment, Mathematical Population Studies, 9, 165–180.
  41. D.A. Freedman and P.B. Stark, 2001. The swine flu vaccine and Guillain-Barré syndrome. Law and Contemporary Problems, 64, 49–62. Reprint:
    http://www.law.duke.edu/shell/cite.pl?64+Law+\&+Contemp.+Probs.+49+(Autumn+2001)
  42. Evans, S.N. and P.B. Stark, 2002. Inverse Problems as Statistics, Inverse Problems, 18, R55–R97. Invited. Reprint:
    http://iopscience.iop.org/0266-5611/18/4/201/pdf/0266-5611_18_4_201.pdf
  43. Stark, P.B. and D.A. Freedman, 2003. What is the Chance of an Earthquake? in Earthquake Science and Seismic Risk Reduction, F. Mulargia and R.J. Geller, eds., NATO Science Series IV: Earth and Environmental Sciences, v. 32, Kluwer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 201–213. Invited. Preprint:
    https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/611.pdf
  44. Stark, P.B., 2003. Capture-recapture. Encyclopedia of Social Science Research Methods, Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA. Invited. Preprint:
    https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/capt2002.pdf
  45. Stark, P.B., 2003. Census Adjustment. Encyclopedia of Social Science Research Methods, Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA. Invited. Preprint:
    https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/adj2002.pdf
  46. Schafer, C.M. and P.B. Stark, 2004. Using what we know: inference with physical constraints. Proceedings of the Conference on Statistical Problems in Particle Physics, Astrophysics and Cosmology PHYSTAT2003, L. Lyons, R. Mount and R. Reitmeyer, eds., Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, Menlo Park, CA, 25–34.
  47. Evans, S.N., B. Hansen, and P.B. Stark, 2005. Minimax Expected Measure Confidence Sets for Restricted Location Parameters, Bernoulli, 11, 571–590. Also Tech. Rept. 617, Dept. Statistics Univ. Calif Berkeley (May 2002, revised May 2003). Preprint:
    https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/617.pdf
  48. Divenyi, P., P.B. Stark, and K. Haupt, 2005. Decline of Speech Understanding and Auditory Thresholds in the Elderly, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 118, 1089–1100.
  49. Freedman, D.A. and P.B. Stark, 2007. Ecological Inference, in 1 Encyclopedia of Law and Society: American and Global Perspectives, 447–448, David S. Clark, ed., Sage Publications. Invited. Preprint:
    https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/ecoInf07.txt
  50. Luen, B. and P.B. Stark, 2008. Testing Earthquake Predictions. IMS Lecture Notes—Monograph Series. Probability and Statistics: Essays in Honor of David A. Freedman, 302–315. Institute for Mathematical Statistics Press, Beachwood, OH. Invited. Reprint:
    http://arxiv.org/abs/0805.3032
  51. Stark, P.B., 2008. The effectiveness of Internet content filters, I/S: A Journal of Law and Policy for the Information Society, 4, 411–429.
    Reprint: http://www.is-journal.org/V04I02/Stark.pdf
    Preprint: https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/filter07.pdf
  52. Stark, P.B., 2008. Conservative statistical post-election audits, The Annals of Applied Statistics, 2, 550–581. Reprint:
    http://arxiv.org/abs/0807.4005
  53. Stark, P.B., 2008. A Sharper Discrepancy Measure for Post-Election Audits, The Annals of Applied Statistics, 2, 2008, 982–985. Reprint:
    http://arxiv.org/abs/0811.1697
  54. Stark, P.B., 2008. Generalizing resolution, Inverse Problems, 24, 034014. Invited; selected for 2008 Highlights for Inverse Problems Reprint:
    https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/resolution07.pdf
  55. Schafer, C.M., and P.B. Stark, 2009. Constructing Confidence Sets of Optimal Expected Size. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 104, 1080–1089. Reprint:
    https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/schaferStark09.pdf
  56. Berlow, E.L., J.A. Dunne, N.D. Martinez, P.B. Stark, R.J. Williams and U. Brose, 2009. Simplicity on the other side of ecological complexity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 106, 187–219. Reprint:
    http://www.pnas.org/content/106/1/187.full.pdf+html
  57. Hall, J.L., L.W. Miratrix, P.B. Stark, M. Briones, E. Ginnold, F. Oakley, M. Peaden, G. Pellerin, T. Stanionis and T. Webber, 2009. Implementing Risk-Limiting Audits in California, 2009 Electronic Voting Technology Workshop/Workshop on Trustworthy Elections (EVT/WOTE ’09). Reprint:
    http://static.usenix.org/events/evtwote09/tech/full_papers/hall.pdf.
    SSRN’s Top Ten download list for ERN: Models of Political Processes: Rent-Seeking, Elections, Legislatures, & Voting Behavior
  58. Stark, P.B., 2009. CAST: Canvass Audits by Sampling and Testing. IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security: Special Issue on Electronic Voting, 4, 708–717. Reprint:
    https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/cast09.pdf
  59. Miratrix, L.W. and P.B. Stark, 2009. Election Audits using a Trinomial Bound. IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security: Special Issue on Electronic Voting, 4, 974–981. Reprint:
    https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/trinomial09.pdf
  60. Stark, P.B., 2009. Risk-limiting post-election audits: P-values from common probability inequalities. IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security: Special Issue on Electronic Voting, 4, 1005–1014. Reprint:
    https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/pvalues09.pdf
  61. Stark, P.B., 2009. Efficient post-election audits of multiple contests: 2009 California tests. Refereed paper presented at the 2009 Conference on Empirical Legal Studies. Preprint:
    http://ssrn.com/abstract=1443314
  62. Stark, P.B., 2010. Risk-Limiting Vote-Tabulation Audits: The Importance of Cluster Size. Chance, 23(3), 9–12. Preprint:
    https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/auditingChance10.pdf
  63. Stark, P.B., 2010. Super-simple simultaneous single-ballot risk-limiting audits. 2010 Electronic Voting Technology Workshop/Workshop on Trustworthy Elections (EVT/WOTE ’10), D. Jones, J.J. Quisquater and E.K. Rescorla, eds. Reprint:
    http://www.usenix.org/events/evtwote10/tech/full_papers/Stark.pdf
  64. Stark, P.B. and L. Tenorio, 2010. A Primer of Frequentist and Bayesian Inference in Inverse Problems. In Large Scale Inverse Problems and Quantification of Uncertainty, Biegler, L., G. Biros, O. Ghattas, M. Heinkenschloss, D. Keyes, B. Mallick, L. Tenorio, B. van Bloemen Waanders and K. Willcox, eds. John Wiley and Sons, NY. Preprint:
    https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/freqBayes09.pdf
  65. Stark, P.B., 2010. Null and Vetoed: “Chance Coincidence”? Chance, 23(4), 43–46. Preprint:
    https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/acrosticVeto09.htm
  66. Benaloh, J., D. Jones, E. Lazarus, M. Lindeman, and P.B. Stark, 2011. SOBA: Secrecy-preserving Observable Ballot-level Audit. 2011 Electronic Voting Technology Workshop/Workshop on Trustworthy Elections (EVT/WOTE ’11). Reprint:
    http://static.usenix.org/events/evtwote11/tech/final_files/Benaloh.pdf
    Video: https://www.usenix.org/conference/evtwote-11/soba-secrecy-preserving-observable-ballot-level-audit
  67. Higgins, M.J., R.L. Rivest and P.B. Stark, 2011. Sharper p-values for Stratified Post-Election Audits. Statistics, Politics, and Policy, 2(1), Article 7. Reprint:
    http://www.degruyter.com/downloadpdf/j/spp.2011.2.issue-1/2151-7509.1031/2151-7509.1031.xml
  68. Shearer, P.M. and P.B. Stark, 2012. The global risk of big earthquakes has not recently increased. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 109(3), 717–721. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1118525109. (Commentary by G. Beroza, PNAS 2012, 109(3) 651–652. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1120744109.) Reprint:
    http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2011/12/12/1118525109.full.pdf+html
  69. Luen, B. and P.B. Stark, 2012. Poisson tests of declustered catalogs. Geophysical Journal International, 189, 691–700. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-246X.2012.05400.x
    Reprint:
    http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1365-246X.2012.05400.x/pdf
    Preprint:
    https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/decluster11.pdf
  70. Lindeman, M., P.B. Stark, and V.S. Yates, 2012. BRAVO: Ballot-polling Risk-Limiting Audits to Verify Outcomes. 2012 Electronic Voting Technology Workshop/Workshop on Trustworthy Elections (EVT/WOTE ’12). Reprint:
    https://www.usenix.org/system/files/conference/evtwote12/evtwote12-final27.pdf
  71. Huttunen, J.M.J., and P.B. Stark, 2012. Cheap contouring of costly functions: The Pilot Approximation Trajectory Algorithm. Computational Science & Discovery. 5, 015006. Reprint:
    http://stacks.iop.org/1749-4699/5/015006
  72. Lindeman, M. and P.B. Stark, 2012. A Gentle Introduction to Risk-Limiting Audits. IEEE Security and Privacy, 10, 42–49. Preprint:
    https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/gentle12.pdf
  73. Stark, P.B., and D.A. Wagner, 2012. Evidence-Based Elections. IEEE Security and Privacy, 10, 33–41. Preprint:
    https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/evidenceVote12.pdf
  74. Benjamini, Y., V. Madar, and P.B. Stark, 2013. Simultaneous confidence intervals uniformly more likely to determine signs, Biometrika, doi: 10.1093/biomet/ass074
    Reprint: http://biomet.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2013/02/20/biomet.ass074.full.pdf
    Preprint: https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/qc11.pdf
  75. Benaloh, J., M. Byrne, B. Eakin, P. Kortum, N. McBurnett, O. Pereira, P.B. Stark, and D.S. Wallach, 2013. STAR-Vote: A Secure, Transparent, Auditable, and Reliable Voting System. JETS: USENIX Journal of Election Technology and Systems, 1,18–37. Reprint: https://www.usenix.org/sites/default/files/jets0101-complete.pdf
  76. Stark, P.B., and V. Teague, 2014. Verifiable European Elections: Risk-limiting Audits for D’Hondt and Its Relatives, JETS: USENIX Journal of Election Technology and Systems, 3.1, https://www.usenix.org/jets/issues/0301/stark
  77. Stark, P.B., and R. Freishtat, 2014. An evaluation of course evaluations. Science Open, DOI 10.14293/S2199-1006.1.-.AOFRQA.v1, https://www.scienceopen.com/document/vid/42e6aae5-246b-4900-8015-dc99b467b6e4 (post refereed)
  78. Luo, T., and P.B. Stark, 2015. Nine out of 10 restaurants fail? Check, please. Significance, 12, 25–29. Preprint: http://arxiv-web3.library.cornell.edu/abs/1410.8603v1 Reprint: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1740-9713.2015.00813.x/abstract
  79. Saltelli, A., P.B. Stark, W. Becker, and P. Stano, 2015. Climate Models as Economic Guides: Scientific Challenge or Quixotic Quest?, Issues in Science and Technology, Spring 2015. Preprint: https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/saltelliEtal15.pdf Reprint: http://issues.org/31-3/climate-models-as-economic-guides-scientific-challenge-or-quixotic-quest/
  80. Matchett, J.R., P.B. Stark, R.A. Knapp, S.M. Ostoja, H.C. McKenny, M. Brooks, W. Langford, L.N. Joppa, and E. Berlow, 2015. Detecting the influence of rare stressors on rare species in Yosemite National Park using a novel stratified permutation test, Nature Scientific Reports, 5. doi:10.1038/srep10702, Reprint: http://www.nature.com/srep/2015/150602/srep10702/full/srep10702.html
  81. Arratia, R., S. Garibaldi, L. Mower, and P.B. Stark, 2015. Some people have all the luck. Mathematics Magazine, 88, 196–211. doi:10.4169/math.mag.88.3.196.c, Reprint: https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/luck15.pdf
  82. Stark, P.B., 2015. Constraints versus priors. SIAM/ASA Journal on Uncertainty Quantification, 3(1), 586–598. doi:10.1137/130920721, Reprint: http://epubs.siam.org/doi/10.1137/130920721, Preprint: https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/constraintsPriors15.pdf.
  83. Mulargia, F., P. Gasperini, B. Lolli, and P.B. Stark, 2015. Purported precursors: poor predictors. Bollettino di Geofisica Teorica ed Applicata, 56, 351–356. doi:10.4430/bgta0142, Reprint: http://www2.ogs.trieste.it/bgta/pdf/bgta0142_MULARGIA.pdf
  84. Regier, J.C. and P.B. Stark, 2015. Uncertainty quantification for emulators. SIAM/ASA Journal on Uncertainty Quantification, 3, 686–708. doi:10.1137/130917909, Reprint: http://epubs.siam.org/doi/10.1137/130917909, Preprint: https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/uqEmu15.pdf.
  85. Boring, A., K. Ottoboni, and P.B. Stark, 2016. Teaching evaluations (mostly) do not measure teaching effectiveness, Science Open, doi:10.14293/S2199-1006.1.SOR-EDU.AETBZC.v1, https://www.scienceopen.com/document/vid/818d8ec0-5908-47d8-86b4-5dc38f04b23e (post refereed)
  86. Mulargia, F., P.B. Stark, and R.J. Geller, 2017. Why is Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analysis (PSHA) Still Used? Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 264, 63–75. Reprint: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0031920116303016
  87. Kuusela, M., and P.B. Stark, 2017. Shape-constrained uncertainty quantification in unfolding steeply falling elementary particle spectra, Annals of Applied Statistics, 11, 1671–1710. Preprint: http://arxiv.org/abs/1512.00905
  88. Bernhard, M., J.A. Halderman, R.L. Rivest, P. Vora, P.Y.A. Ryan, V. Teague, J. Benaloh, P.B. Stark and D. Wallach, 2017. Public Evidence from Secret Ballots, in In: Krimmer R., Volkamer M., Braun Binder N., Kersting N., Pereira O., Schrmann C. (eds), Electronic Voting. E-Vote-ID 2017. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 10615. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-68687-5_6. Preprint: https://arxiv.org/abs/1707.08619
  89. Evans, S.N., R.L. Rivest, and P.B. Stark, 2017. Leading the field: Fortune favors the bold in Thurstonian choice models, Bernoulli, to appear. Preprint: http://arxiv.org/pdf/1409.5924.pdf
  90. S. Behnezhad, A. Blum, M. Derakhshan, M. Hajiaghayi, M. Mahdian, C.H. Papadimitriou, R.L. Rivest, S. Seddighin and P.B. Stark, 2018. From Battlefields to Presidential Elections: Winning Strategies of Blotto and Auditing Games, ACM-SIAM Conference on Discrete Algorithms (SODA 2018), to appear. Preprint: https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/behnezhadEtal18.pdf
  91. Mulargia, F., R.J. Geller, and P.B. Stark, 2018. Reply to comments by Console et al. Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, to appear. Preprint: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0031920117303084

    Papers submitted for publication
  92. Kafkafi, N., J. Agassi, E.J. Chesler, J.C. Crabbe, W.E. Crusio, D. Eilam, R. Gerlai, I. Golani, A. Gomez-Marin, R. Heller, F. Iraqi, I. Jaljuli, N.A. Karp, H. Morgan, G. Nicholson, D.W. Pfaff, H.S. Richter, P.B. Stark, O. Stiedl, V. Stodden, L.M. Tarantino, V. Tucci, W. Valdar, R.W. Williams, H. Wurbel, and Y. Benjamini, 2016. Reproducibility and replicability of rodent phenotyping in preclinical studies. Submitted to Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews. Preprint: BioArXiV, http://dx.doi.org/10.1101/079350

    Books and Edited Volumes
  93. Stark, P.B., 1997. SticiGui: Statistics Tools for Internet and Classroom Instruction with a Graphical User Interface.
    https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/SticiGui
  94. Freedman, D.A., 2009. Statistical Models and Causal Inference: A Dialog with the Social Sciences, D. Collier, J.S. Sekhon and P.B. Stark, eds., Cambridge University Press, New York.

    Book Chapters
  95. Stark, P.B., 1988. Strict bounds and applications. in Some Topics on Inverse Problems, P.C. Sabatier, ed., World Scientific, Singapore.
  96. Stark, P.B., 1990. Rigorous computer solutions to infinite-dimensional inverse problems. in Inverse Methods in Action, P.C. Sabatier, ed., Springer-Verlag. 462–467.
  97. Stark, P.B., 2000. Inverse Problems as Statistics, in Surveys on Solution Methods for Inverse Problems, Colton, D., H.W. Engl, A.K. Louis, J.R. Mclaughlin and W. Rundell, eds., Springer-Verlag, New York, 253–275. Invited.
  98. Schafer, C.M, and P.B. Stark, 2003. Inference in Microwave Cosmology: A Frequentist Perspective, in Statistical Challenges in Astronomy, E.D. Feigelson and G.J. Babu, eds., Springer, New York, 215–219.
  99. Stark, P.B., 2004. Estimating power spectra of galactic structure: can Statistics help?, in Penetrating Bars Through Masks of Cosmic Dust: The Hubble Tuning Fork Strikes a New Note, D.L. Block, I. Puerari, K.C. Freeman, R. Groess and E.K. Block, eds., Springer, The Netherlands, 613–617. Invited.
  100. Geller, R.J., F. Mulargia, and P.B. Stark, 2015. Why we need a new paradigm of earthquake occurrence, in Subduction Dynamics: From Mantle Flow to Mega Disasters, Geophysical Monograph 211, American Geophysical Union, G. Morra, D.A. Yuen, S. King, S.M. Lee, and S. Stein, eds., Wiley, New York, 183–191. Preprint: https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/paradigm16.pdf
  101. Stark, P.B., 2017. Nullius in verba, in The Practice of Reproducible Research: Case Studies and Lessons from the Data-Intensive Sciences, J. Kitzes, D. Turek, and F. İmamoğlu, eds., University of California Press, Oakland, CA. https://www.practicereproducibleresearch.org/core-chapters/0-preface.html
  102. Millman, K.J., K. Ottoboni, N.A.P. Stark, and P.B. Stark, 2017. Reproducible Applied Statistics: Is Tagging of Therapist-Patient Interactions Reliable?, in The Practice of Reproducible Research: Case Studies and Lessons from the Data-Intensive Sciences, J. Kitzes, D. Turek, and F. İmamoğlu, eds. University of California Press, Oakland, CA. https://www.practicereproducibleresearch.org/case-studies/millmanOttoboniStark.html
  103. Bell, S., J. Benaloh, M.D. Byrne, D. DeBeauvoir, B. Eakin, G. Fisher, P. Kortum, N. McBurnett, J. Montoya, M. Parker, O. Pereira, P.B. Stark, D.S. Wallach, and M. Winn, 2017. STAR-Vote: A Secure, Transparent, Auditable, and Reliable Voting System, in Real-World Electronic Voting: Design, Analysis and Deployment, F. Hao and P.Y.A. Ryan, eds. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.

    Technical Reports, White Papers, Unrefereed Publications
  104. Donoho, D.L. and P.B. Stark, 1988. Rearrangements and Smoothing, Tech. Rept. 148, Dept. Stat., Univ. Calif. Berkeley.
  105. Donoho, D.L. and P.B. Stark, 1989. Recovery of a Sparse Signal When the Low Frequency Information is Missing, Tech. Rept. 179, Dept. Statistics, Univ. Calif. Berkeley.
  106. Hengartner, N.W. and P.B. Stark, 1992. Conservative finite-sample confidence envelopes for monotone and unimodal densities, Tech. Rept. 341, Dept. Statistics, Univ. Calif. Berkeley.
  107. Hengartner, N.W. and P.B. Stark, 1992. Confidence bounds on the probability density of aftershocks, Tech. Rept. 352, Dept. Statistics, Univ. Calif. Berkeley.
  108. Stark, P.B., 1992. The Cosmic Microwave Background and Earth’s Core-Mantle Boundary: A Tale of Two CMB’s, Tech. Rept. 371, Dept. Statistics, Univ. Calif. Berkeley. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/371.pdf
  109. Genovese, C. and P.B. Stark, 1993. l1 spectral estimation: Algorithms and tests of super-resolution, in GONG 1992: Seismic Investigations of the Sun and Stars, Proc. Astr. Soc. Pac. Conf. Ser., 42, T. Brown, ed., 453–456.
  110. Gough, D.O. and P.B. Stark, 1993. The significance of changes in solar free-oscillation splitting from 1986–1990, in GONG 1992: Seismic Investigations of the Sun and Stars, Proc. Astr. Soc. Pac. Conf. Ser., 42, T. Brown, ed., 221–224.
  111. Stark, P.B., 1994. Simultaneous Confidence Intervals for Linear Estimates of Linear Functionals, Tech. Rept. 417, Dept. Statistics, Univ. Calif. Berkeley.
  112. Sekii, T., C.R. Genovese, D.O. Gough, and P.B. Stark, 1995. Observational constraints on the internal solar angular velocity, in Fourth SOHO Workshop: Helioseismology, J.T. Hoeksema, V. Domingo, B. Fleck and B. Battrick, eds., ESA Publications Division SP-376, Noordwijk, Volume 2, 279–283.
  113. Stark, P.B., 1997. Data Sampling Rate Reduction for the OERSTED Geomagnetic Satellite. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/Oersted/writeup.htm
  114. Fodor, I.K., J.G. Berryman, and P.B. Stark, 1997. Comparison of Autoregressive and Multitaper Spectral Analysis for Long Time Series, Stanford Exploration Project, 95, 331–355.
  115. Borrill, J., and P.B. Stark, 1998. A fast method for bounding the CMB power spectrum likelihood function.
  116. Stark, P.B., 1998. Testimony before U.S. House of Representatives Subcommittee on the Census, 5 May 1998. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Census/house-5-5-98-pbs.pdf
  117. Stark, P.B., 1998. Response to 25 Questions from Representative C. Maloney, Ranking Minority Member, U.S. House of Representatives Subcommittee on the Census, 13 May 1998. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Census/maloney-5-13-98-pbs.pdf
  118. Stark, P.B., 1999. Letter to the Editor of USA Today regarding Sampling to Adjust the 2000 Census, 19 January. (original version: https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Census/usaOpEd99.htm)
  119. Komm, R.W., Y. Gu, F. Hill, P.B. Stark, and I.K. Fodor, 1998. Multitaper Spectral Analysis and Wavelet Denoising Applied to Helioseismic Data, Proc. Tenth Cambridge Workshop on Cool Stars, Stellar Systems and the Sun, ASP Conference Series, 154, CDR 783–790.
  120. Komm, R.W., E. Anderson, F. Hill, R. Howe, A.G. Kosovichev, P.H. Scherrer, J. Schou, I. Fodor, and P. Stark, 1998. Comparison of SOHO-SOI/MDI and GONG Spectra, Proceedings of the SOHO 6/GONG 98 Workshop, ’Structure and Dynamics of the Interior of the Sun and Sun-like Stars,’ Boston, USA, 1–4 June 1998, ESA SP-418, 253–256.
  121. Komm, R.W., E. Anderson, F. Hill, R. Howe, I. Fodor, and P. Stark, 1998. Multitaper analysis applied to a 3-month time series, Proceedings of the SOHO 6/GONG 98 Workshop, ’Structure and Dynamics of the Interior of the Sun and Sun-like Stars,’ Boston, USA, 1–4 June 1998, ESA SP–418, 257–260.
  122. Fodor, I.K. and P.B. Stark, 1999. Multitaper Spectrum Estimates for Time Series with Missing Values, Computing Science and Statistics, 31: Models, Predictions, and Computing. K. Berk and M. Pourahmadi, eds., 383–387.
  123. Stark, P.B., 1999. The 1990 and 2000 Census Adjustment Plans, Tech. Rept. 550, Dept. Statistics, Univ. Calif. Berkeley. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Census/550.pdf (revised May 2000)
  124. Schafer, C.M. and P.B. Stark, 2006. Constructing Confidence Sets of Optimal Expected Size. Technical report 836, Department of Statistics, Carnegie Mellon University. http://www.stat.cmu.edu/tr/tr836/tr836.html
  125. Jefferson, D., K. Alexander, E. Ginnold, A. Lehmkuhl, K. Midstokke and P.B. Stark, 2007. Post Election Audit Standards Report—Evaluation of Audit Sampling Models and Options for Strengthening California’s Manual Count. http://www.sos.ca.gov/elections/peas/final_peaswg_report.pdf
  126. Stark, P.B., 2009. Auditing a collection of races simultaneously. http://arxiv.org/abs/0905.1422v1
  127. Stark, P.B., 2009. The status and near future of post-election auditing. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/auditingPosition09.htm
  128. Stark, P.B., 2010. Why small audit batches are more efficient: two heuristic explanations. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/smallBatchHeuristics10.htm
  129. Higdon, D., R. Klein, M. Anderson, M. Berliner, C. Covey, O. Ghattas, C. Graziani, S. Habib, M. Seager, J. Sefcik, P. Stark, and J. Stewart, 2010. Panel Report on Uncertainty Quantification and Error Analysis, in Scientific Grand Challenges in National Security: The Role of Computing at the Extreme Scale, U.S. Department of Energy Office of Advanced Scientific Computing Research and National Nuclear Security Administration. http://science.energy.gov/~/media/ascr/pdf/program-documents/docs/Nnsa_grand_challenges_report.pdf
  130. McLaughlin, K., and P.B. Stark, 2011. Workload Estimates for Risk-Limiting Audits of Large Contests. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/workload11.pdf
  131. Scott, L.R., J. Brown, G.W. Bergantz, D. Cooley, C. Dawson, M. de Hoop, D. Estep, N. Flyer, E. Foufoula-Georgiou, M. Ghil, M. Knepley, R.J. LeVeque, L.-H. Lim, G. Papanicolaou, S. Prudhomme, A. Sandu, G. Schubert, F.J. Simons, P.B. Stark, M. Stein, S. Stein, T. Tanimoto, D. Tartakovsky, J. Weare, R. Weiss, G.B. Wright, and D. Yuen, 2012. Fostering Interactions Between the Geosciences and Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science. Technical Report TR-2012-02, Department of Computer Science, The University of Chicago. https://www.cs.uchicago.edu/research/publications/techreports/TR-2012-02
  132. Bańuelos, J.H. and P.B. Stark, 2012. Limiting Risk by Turning Manifest Phantoms into Evil Zombies. http://arxiv.org/abs/1207.3413
  133. Bretschneider, J., S. Flaherty, S. Goodman, M. Halvorson, R. Johnston, M. Lindeman, R.L. Rivest, P. Smith, and P.B. Stark, 2012. Risk-Limiting Post-Election Audits: Why and How. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/RLAwhitepaper12.pdf
    Endorsement by the American Statistical Association: http://www.amstat.org/policy/pdfs/StarkEtAlLetterOfSupport.pdf
  134. Stark, P.B., 2012. Ballot-Polling Audits in Two Pages (±1). https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/bpa2pp.pdf
  135. Benaloh, J., M. Byrne, P. Kortum, N. McBurnett, O. Pereira, P.B. Stark, and D.S. Wallach, 2012. STAR-Vote: A Secure, Transparent, Auditable, and Reliable Voting System. http://arxiv.org/abs/1211.1904
  136. Lindeman, M., R.L. Rivest, and P.B. Stark, 2013. Machine Retabulation is not Auditing. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/retabNotAudit13.pdf
  137. Lindeman, M., R.L. Rivest, and P.B. Stark, 2013. Retabulations, Machine-Assisted Audits, and Election Verification. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/retabulation13.htm
  138. Evans, S.N., R.L. Rivest, and P.B. Stark, 2014. Leading the field: Fortune favors the bold in Thurstonian choice models. http://arxiv.org/abs/1409.5924
  139. Verified Voting Foundation, 2015. Principles for New Voting Systems, http://www.verifiedvotingfoundation.org/voting-systems-principles/
  140. Benaloh, J., R.L. Rivest, P.Y.A. Ryan, P.B. Stark, V. Teague, and P. Vora, 2015. End-to-end verifiability. http://arxiv.org/abs/1504.03778
  141. Kuusela, M. and P.B. Stark, 2015. Shape-constrained uncertainty quantification in unfolding steeply falling elementary particle spectra. http://arxiv.org/abs/1512.00905
  142. Stark, P.B., 2016. Pay no attention to the model behind the curtain. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/eucCurtain15.pdf
  143. Chilingirian, B., Z. Perumal, R.L. Rivest, G. Bowland, A. Conway, P.B. Stark, M. Blom, C. Culnane, and V. Teague, 2016. Auditing Australian Senate Ballots. https://arxiv.org/abs/1610.00127
  144. Matthees, A., T. Kindlon, C. Maryhew, P. Stark, and B. Levin, 2016. A preliminary analysis of ‘recovery’ from chronic fatigue syndrome in the PACE trial using individual participant data. Virology Blog,
    http://www.virology.ws/2016/09/21/no-recovery-in-pace-trial-new-analysis-finds/
  145. Benaloh, J., M. Bernhard, J.A. Halderman, R.L. Rivest, P.Y.A. Ryan, P.B. Stark, V. Teague, P.L. Vora, and D.S. Wallach, 2017. Public Evidence from Secret Ballots. https://arxiv.org/abs/1707.08619
  146. Saltelli, A., and P.B. Stark, 2017. Statistiche al Tempo della Crisi, Epidemiologia & Prevenzione, 41, 165–169, http://dx.doi.org/10.19191/EP17.3-4.P165.048.
  147. Dabady, S., and P.B. Stark, 2017. Urban Foraging in Municipal Parks and Public Schools: Opportunities for Policymakers, Berkeley Food Institute and Berkeley Open Source Food, Policy Brief, July.

    Editorials, Reviews, Comments, Letters
  148. Stark, P.B., 2001. Review of Who Counts? by Margo J. Anderson and Stephen E. Fienberg, Journal of Economic Literature, XXXIX, 593–595. Invited.
  149. Tenorio, L., E. Haber, P.B. Stark, D. Cox, O. Ghattas and W.W. Symes, 2008. Guest editors’ introduction to the special section on statistical and computational issues in inverse problems, Inverse problems, 24, 034001. Reprint: http://www.iop.org/EJ/article/0266-5611/24/3/034001/ip8_3_034001.pdf
  150. Stark, P.B., 2008. Obituary: David A. Freedman, IMS Bulletin, 38, 10–11. Preprint: https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/dafObituary.htm
  151. Collier, D., J.S. Sekhon and P.B. Stark, 2009. Preface to David A. Freedman, 2009. Statistical Models: Theory and Practice, Revised edition, Cambridge University Press, New York.
  152. Ash, A., S. Pierson and P.B. Stark, 2009. Thinking outside the urn: Statisticians make their marks on U.S. Ballots. Amstat News, 384. 37–40. Reprint: http://www.amstat.org/outreach/pdfs/SP_ANJun09.pdf
  153. Audit working group, 2009. Data requirements for vote-tabulation audits: Statement to NIST, ElectionAudits.org. http://electionaudits.org/niststatement
  154. Hall, J.L., P.B. Stark, H.E. Brady, and J.S. Sekhon, 2009. Comments on the CA SoS Precinct Level Data Pilot Project. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/CACountyData09.pdf
  155. Stark, P.B., 2010. Testimony before California State Assembly Committee on Elections and Redistricting, 20 April 2010. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/ab2023-assembly-20-4-10.htm
  156. Stark, P.B., 2010. Testimony before California State Senate Committee on Elections, Reapportionment and Constitutional Amendments, 15 June 2010. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/ab2023-senate-15-6-10.htm
  157. Stark, P.B., 2010. Open letter to UC Berkeley Law School Dean Christopher Edley regarding UC Online Education. http://www.samefacts.com/2010/08/archive/technology-and-society/online-education-notes-from-the-field/
  158. Stark, P.B., 2010. Testimony proffered to Judge Ira Warshawsky, New York Supreme Court, 4 December 2010. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/nysd7-4-12-10.htm
  159. Letter to President Barack Obama re election technology, 6 December 2012 (with Barbara Simons and 48 others).
    http://www.verifiedvoting.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/PresidentLetter.pdf
  160. Bates, D., P. Courant, C. Hesse, K. Hoekstra, M. Lovell, J. Midgley, G. Nunberg, P. Papadopoulos, H. Schiraldi, G. Sposito, P.B. Stark, and M. van Houweling, 2013. Final Report of the Commission on the Future of the UC Berkeley Library
    http://evcp.berkeley.edu/sites/default/files/FINAL_CFUCBL_report_10.16.13.pdf
  161. Stark, P.B., 2013. Leave Election Integrity to Chance, The Huffington Post, 12 July 2013. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/american-statistical-association/leave-election-integrity-_b_3580649.html
  162. Stark, P.B., and R. Freishtat, 2013. Evaluating Evaluations, Part 1: Do student evaluations measure teaching effectiveness?, The Berkeley Teaching Blog, 9 October 2013. http://teaching.berkeley.edu/blog/evaluating-evaluations-part-1
    The Berkeley Blog, 14 October 2013.
    http://blogs.berkeley.edu/2013/10/14/do-student-evaluations-measure-teaching-effectiveness/
  163. Stark, P.B., and R. Freishtat, 2013. What Evaluations Measure, Part 2: What exactly do student evaluations measure?, The Berkeley Teaching Blog, 17 October 2013. http://teaching.berkeley.edu/blog/what-evaluations-measure-part-ii
    The Berkeley Blog, 21 October 2013.
    http://blogs.berkeley.edu/2013/10/21/what-exactly-do-student-evaluations-measure/
  164. Stark, P.B., 2015. Out of the Weeds, Lucky Peach, 29 June 2015, Invited. http://luckypeach.com/out-of-the-weeds/
  165. Stark, P.B., 2015. Salad from the Sidewalk, The New York Times, 9 July 2015, Invited. http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2015/07/09/opinion/09bittman.html
  166. Arratia, R., S. Garibaldi, L. Mower, and P.B. Stark, 2015. Some people have all the luck …or do they? MAA Focus, August/September, 37–38. http://www.maa.org/sites/default/files/pdf/MAAFocus/Focus_AugustSeptember_2015.pdf
  167. Stark, P.B., 2015. Science is “show me,” not “trust me,” Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in the Social Sciences, 31 December, Invited. http://www.bitss.org/2015/12/31/science-is-show-me-not-trust-me/
  168. Boring, A., K. Ottoboni, and P.B. Stark, 2016. Student evaluations of teaching are not only unreliable, they are significantly biased against female instructors, London School of Economics and Political Science Impact Blog, 4 February, Invited. http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/2016/02/04/student-evaluations-of-teaching-gender-bias/
  169. Stark, P.B., 2016. The value of P-values, The American Statistician, 70, DOI:10.1080/00031305.2016.1154108, Invited. http://amstat.tandfonline.com/doi/suppl/10.1080/00031305.2016.1154108
  170. Stark, P.B., 2016. Review of Privacy, Big Data, and the Public Good: Frameworks for Engagement, by J. Lane, V. Stodden, S. Bender, and H. Nissenbaum, eds., The American Statistician, Invited. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00031305.2015.1068625
  171. Saltelli, A., S. Funtowicz, M. Giampietro, D. Sarewitz, P.B. Stark, and J.P. van der Sluijs, 2016. Climate Costing is Politics not Science, Nature, 532, 177. go.nature.com/wamqwt http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/532177a (signatory list) Reprint: https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/saltelliEtal16.pdf
  172. Stark, P.B., 2016. Eat your Weedies!, The Urbanist, Issue 549, February 2016, Invited. http://www.spur.org/publications/urbanist-article/2016-03-09/walking-oakland
  173. Stark, P.B., and P.L. Vora, 2016. Maryland voting audit falls short, The Baltimore Sun, 28 October 2016. http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/opinion/oped/bs-ed-voting-audit-20161028-story.html
  174. Rivest, R.L., and P.B. Stark, 2016. Still time for an election audit: Column, USA Today, 18 November 2016. http://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2016/11/18/election-audit-paper-machines-column/93803752/
  175. Harvie Branscomb, Joe Kiniry, Mark Lindeman, Neal McBurnett, Ronald L. Rivest, John Sebes, Pamela Smith, Philip B. Stark, Howard Stanislevic, Paul Stokes, Poorvi L. Vora, and Luther Weeks, 2016. Comments on 2016 General Election: Post-Election Tabulation Audit Procedures, https://www.seas.gwu.edu/~poorvi/MarylandAudits/Final-Audit-Comments-11-27-16.pdf
  176. Letter to Senators Ron Johnson and Claire McCaskill, U.S.  Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, re appointment of Thomas P. Bossert as White House Homeland Security Advisor, 11 January 2017 (with Marc Rotenberg, EPIC President, and 39 others). https://epic.org/policy/SHSGAC_EPIC_Bossert_Jan_2017.pdf
  177. Letter to Senator Lindsey Graham re election integrity and cybersecurity, 13 January 2017 (with Duncan Buell, JoAnne Day, J. Alex Halderman, Eleanor Hare, Frank Heindel, Candice Hoke, Joseph Kiniry, Marilyn Marks, Neal McBurnett, Stephanie Singer, Jason Grant Smith, and Daniel M. Zimmerman). https://www.scribd.com/document/336463904/Experts-Letter-to-Lindsey-Graham-20170113
  178. An open letter to Psychological Medicine about “recovery” and the PACE trial, 13 March 2017 (with 73 others). http://www.virology.ws/2017/03/13/an-open-letter-to-psychological-medicine-about-recovery-and-the-pace-trial/
  179. Rivest, R.L., and P.B. Stark, 2017. When is an Election Verifiable? IEEE Security & Privacy, to appear
  180. Letter to Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp, 15 April 2017 (with Andrew W. Appel, Duncan Buell, Larry Diamond, David L. Dill, Richard DeMillo, Michael Fischer, J. Alex Halderman, Joseph Lorenzo Hall, Martin E. Hellman, Candice Hoke, Harri Hursti, David Jefferson, Douglas W. Jones, Joseph Kiniry, Justin Moore, Peter G. Neumann, Ronald L. Rivest, John E. Savage, Bruce Schneier, Dr. Barbara Simons, Dr. Vanessa Teague) https://www.verifiedvoting.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/KSU.Kemp_.3.15.17.pdf
  181. Open-Source Software Won’t Ensure Election Security, 24 August 2017 (with Matt Bishop, Josh Benaloh, Joseph Kiniry, Ron Rivest, Sean Peisert, Joseph Hall, Vanessa Teague) https://lawfareblog.com/open-source-software-wont-ensure-election-security

Software

  1. Stark, P.B., and R.L. Parker, 1994. BVLS (Bounded-Variable Least Squares), STATLIB (Carnegie-Mellon University ftp server)
    http://lib.stat.cmu.edu/general/bvls
  2. Java Applets for Statistics
    https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Java/Html/index.htm
  3. Millman, K., K. Ottoboni, P.B. Stark, and S. van der Walt, 2015. permute — a Python package for permutation tests
    https://github.com/statlab/permute
  4. Tools for election audits
    https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Vote/auditTools.htm
    https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Vote/ballotPollTools.htm
    https://github.com/pbstark/auditTools
    https://github.com/pbstark/DKDHondt14
  5. Tools to assess suspected lottery fraud
    https://github.com/pbstark/Lotto
  6. Miscellaneous software and teaching materials:
    https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Code
    https://github.com/pbstark

Patents

  1. McDonald, T., S. Smuin, B. Smuin, and P.B. Stark, 6 December 2012. United States Patent 9,510,638. Securement strap for a sandal.

Selected Presentations

229. Opportunities in applied statistics: an n = 1 observational study, Statistics Undergraduate Student Association (SUSA), University of California, Berkeley, CA, 30 October 2017.
228. Don’t Bet on Your Random Number Generator, Consortium for Data Analytics in Risk (CDAR) Annual Colloquium, University of California, Berkeley, CA, 27 October 2017.
227. Leave Election Integrity to Chance, Science @ Cal, University of California. Berkeley, CA, 21 October 2017.
226. Audits and Evidence-Based Elections, 2nd Take Back the Vote Conference, Berkeley, CA, 7–8 October 2017.
225. Wild And Feral Foods: Increasing Nutrition, Food Security, Farm Biodiversity, and Farm Revenue; Decreasing Herbicides, Water Use, and the Carbon Footprint of the Food System, 2nd AgroecoWeb—International Online Congress on Agro-ecology and Permaculture, Brazil, 4–10 October 2017.
224. How Statistics can improve election integrity, PoliSci 191, The Right to Vote in America, University of California, Berkeley, 4 October 2017.
223. Wild and Feral Food Identification Walk, ESPM 98, Berkeley Urban Garden Internship (BUGI), University of California, Berkeley, 27 September 2017.
222. Urban Foraging and Gleaning, FoodInno, University of California, Berkeley, 16 September 2017.
221. ETAS-trophic failures: fit, classification, and forecasting, Big Data in Geosciences: From Earthquake Swarms to Consequences of Slab Dynamics, a conference in honor of Robert Geller, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan, 25–27 May 2017. Slides: https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/gellerFest17.pdf
220. Risk-Limiting Audits, Global Election Technology Summit, San Francisco, CA, 17 May 2017. https://www.getsummit.org/
219. Where the Wild Things Grow, Berkeley Path Wanderers Association, Berkeley, CA, 22 April 2017. http://berkeleypaths.org/events/event/where-the-wild-things-grow-2/
218. Sometimes a Paper Trail Isn’t Worth the Paper It’s Written On, Keynote lecture, Workshop on Advances in Secure Electronic Voting, Financial Crypto 2017, Malta, 3–7 April 2017. Slides: https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/malta17.htm
217. Don’t Bet on Your Random Number Generator, Distinguished Lecture (http://wwwen.uni.lu/snt/distinguished_lectures), Center for Security, Reliability, and Trust, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg, 31 March 2017. Slides: https://github.com/pbstark/pseudorandom/blob/master/prngLux17.ipynb
216. Faculty-Student Feedback: End-of-Semester Teaching Evaluations, Dialogues, Center for Teaching and Learning, University of California, Berkeley, 20 March 2017. Slides: https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/setUCBDialogue17.htm
215. Edible Weeds Tour of South Hayward, Seed Lending Library, Hayward Public Library, Weekes Branch, Hayward, CA, 11 March 2017. http://www.libraryinsight.com/eventdetails.asp?jx=hzp&lmx=\%C7cn\%2D\%AA\%AE&v=3
214. Risk-limiting Audits and Evidence-based Elections, Santa Clara County Citizens Advisory Committee on Elections, San Jose, CA, 7 March 2017. Slides: https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/santaClara17.pdf
213. Causal Inference from Data, Emerging Science for Environmental Health Decisions, Workshop on Advances in Causal Understanding of Human Health Risk-Based Decision Making, National Academy of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, Washington, DC, 6–7 March 2017. Slides: https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/nasCause17.htm
212. BRII and Brie, Berkeley Research Impact Initiative (BRII), University of California, Berkeley, CA 22 February 2017.
211. Uncertainty Quantification, Conférence Universitaire de Suisse Occidentale, Les Diablerets, Switzerland, 5–8 February 2017. Slides: https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/lesDiablerets17-1.pdf, https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/lesDiablerets17-2.pdf, https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/lesDiablerets17-3.pdf
210. Whose Votes (were) Counted in the Election of 2016?, ISF 198, The 2016 U.S. Elections in Global Context: A Semester-Long Teach-In, University of California, Berkeley, 24 January 2017. Slides: https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/teachIn17.pdf
209. Invited panelist, “How Blockchain Technology Will and Won’t Change the World,” University of California, Berkeley, College of Letters and Sciences, hosted by Glynn Capital and Boost VC, San Mateo, CA, 30 November 2016.
208. Teaching Evaluations (Mostly) Do Not Measure Teaching Effectiveness, Distinguished Lecture Series, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of California, San Diego, San Diego, CA, 14 November 2016. Slides: https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/setUCSD16.htm
207. Simple Random Sampling is not that Simple, Random Processes And Time Series: Theory And Applications, A Conference In Honor Of Murray Rosenblatt, UC San Diego, San Diego, CA, 21–23 October 2016.
206. Invited panelist, “Productive Ecologies in the Anthropocene: Foraging Systems,” Sixth International Conference on Food Studies, Berkeley, CA, 12–13 October 2016.
205. Teaching Evaluations (Mostly) Do Not Measure Teaching Effectiveness, Ethics Colloquium Series, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, 3 October 2016. Slides: https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/setCSU16.htm Video: https://echo.colostate.edu/ess/echo/presentation/64309bd5-6afd-4394-b5d3-5e6748f545f1
204. Simple Random Sampling is not that Simple, Neyman Seminar, Department of Statistics, University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 21 September 2016.
203. The Aliens Have Landed …and They Are Delicious, Visions of the Wild, Vallejo, CA, 15 September 2016.
202. Simple Random Sampling: Not So Simple, Section of Theoretical Computer Science, IT University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark, 27 June 2016.
201. Simple Random Sampling: Not So Simple, Section of Mathematics, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Lausanne, Switzerland, 24 June 2016.
200. Invited panelist, “Carrot vs. Stick: approaches to encouraging reproducibility,” Moore-Sloan Data Science Environment Reproducibility Conference, New York University, New York, 3 May 2016.
199. Guest lecturer, MCB 15 (Public understanding of science), University of California, Berkeley, 12 April 2016.
198. Teaching Evaluations: Biased Beyond Measure, Center for Studies in Higher Education, and The Social Science Matrix, University of California, Berkeley, CA 11 April 2016. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/setCSHE16.htm Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yhxUxBk-6GE, http://uctv.tv/shows/Teaching-Evaluations-Biased-Beyond-Measure-30870
197. Teaching Evaluations (Mostly) Do Not Measure Teaching Effectiveness, Wharton Statistics Department, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, 17 March 2016. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/setPenn16.htm
196. Invited Panelist, “The potentials and pitfalls of electronic auditing,” Election Verification Network Conference: Securing Elections in the 21st Century, George Washington University, Washington, DC, 10–11 March 2016.
195. Invited Panelist, “Interoperability standards, proprietary codes, and verification/testing,” III Arnold Workshop: Reproducibility in Modeling and Code, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Washington, DC, 16–17 January 2016. http://www.aaas.org/event/iii-arnold-workshop-modeling-and-code
194. Teaching Evaluations (Mostly) Do Not Measure Teaching Effectiveness, Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics, University of California, Santa Cruz, 1 February 2016. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/setUCSC16.htm
193. A Noob’s Guide to Reproducibility and Open Science, Department of Nuclear Engineering, Berkeley Institute for Data Science, and Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in Social Science, University of California, Berkeley, 25 January 2016. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/reproNE16.htm Video: http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/81987743
192. Chair, Wild Edibles Taste Workshop, 2015 Indigenous Terra Madre Conference, Shillong, Meghalaya, India, 3–7 November, 2015.
191. Invited Panelist, “From Field to Fork, the Stories of Chefs, Communities, and Writers,” 2015 Indigenous Terra Madre Conference, Shillong, Meghalaya, India, 3–7 November, 2015. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/forageITM15.htm
190. Guest lecturer, ESPM 117 (Urban Garden Ecosystems), University of California, Berkeley, 20 October 2015. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/forageAgroEcol15.htm
189. Invited Panelist, “Statistical Implications of Big Data Applied to Risk Modeling,” Consortium for Data Analytics in Risk (CDAR) Symposium, University of California, Berkeley, 16 October 2015. http://cdar.berkeley.edu/events/2015cdarsymposium/
188. Guest lecturer, Statistics 210A (Theoretical Statistics), University of California, Berkeley, 13–15 October 2015. https://github.com/pbstark/Nonpar
187. Risk-Limiting Audits and the Colorado Uniform Voting System Pilot, Colorado Pilot Election Review Committee Meeting, Office of the Colorado Secretary of State, Denver, CO, 9 October 2015. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/auditCO15.pdf
186. Wild and Feral Food in EBRPD, East Bay Regional Park District Volunteer Meeting, Oakland, CA, 15 September 2015. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/forageEBRPD15.htm
185. Probability and Statistics for Physical Science and Engineering PhD Students (a 15-hour course), University of Tokyo, 23–26 August 2015. Materials: http://www.github.com/pbstark/PhysEng
184. Statistics for Engineering PhD students (a 30-hour course), University of Padova, Padova, Italy, 29 June–7 July 2015. Materials: http://www.github.com/pbstark/Padova15
183. Pay no attention to the model behind the curtain, Significant Digits: Responsible Use of Quantitative Information, European Commission Joint Research Centre, Brussels, Belgium, 9–10 June 2015. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/rabbitsBrux15.htm
182. Reaping without Sowing: Wild Food and Urban Foraging, Berkeley Food Institute Seed Grant Forum, Berkeley, CA, 6 May 2015. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/bfi-15-5-6.htm Video: http://food.berkeley.edu/seed-grant-forum/
181. Invited panelist, Data Science: Supporting new Modes of Research, Annual Meeting of the Association of Research Libraries, Berkeley, CA, 28–30 April, 2015.
180. Teaching evaluations: class act or class action?, National Center for the Study of Collective Bargaining in Higher Education and the Professions, Annual Conference, Hunter College, New York, NY, 19–21 April 2015. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/setNCSCB15.htm
179. Where the Wild Things Grow, Berkeley Path Wanderers Association, Berkeley, CA, 4 April 2015. http://berkeleypaths.org/events/event/where-the-wild-things-grow/
178. Invited panelist, Brave New Audits: How We Can Implement Risk-Limiting Audits with Today’s Machines, Off-the-Shelf Hardware, and Open Source Software, 2015 Election Verification Network Annual meeting, New Orleans, LA, 4–6 March 2015. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/evn15.htm
177. Co-chair, Election Auditing, NIST / U.S. Election Administration Commission Future of Voting Systems Symposium II, Washington, DC, 9–10 February 2015.
176. Teaching evaluations: truthful or truthy?, European Commission Joint Research Centre Third Lisbon Research Workshop on Economics, Statistics and Econometrics of Education, Lisbon, Portugal, 23–24 January 2015. http://cemapre.iseg.ulisboa.pt/educonf/3e3/ https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/setLisbon15.htm
175. Bad Numbers, Bad Policy, 5th Impact Assessment Course by the Joint Research Centre and the Secretariat General of the European Commission, Brussels, Belgium, 20–21 January 2015. https://ec.europa.eu/jrc/en/event/training-course/5th-impact-assessment-course https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/fauxBrux15.htm
174. Quantifauxcation, European Commission Joint Research Centre, Ispra, Italy, 19 January 2015. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/fauxIspra15.htm
173. Preproducibility for Research, Teaching, Collaboration, and Publishing, Replicability and Reproducibility of Discoveries in Animal Phenotyping, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel, 5–7 January 2015. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/reproTAU15.htm
Video: http://video.tau.ac.il/events/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=5563:preproducibility-for-research-teaching-collaboration-and-publishing&Itemid=552
172. Urban Foraging—Real Street Food, Discover Cal: A Menu for Change, Los Angeles, CA, 18 November 2014. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/discoverCalLA14.htm
171. Guest lecturer, 6.S897/17.S952: Elections and Voting Technology, MIT, 13 November 2014.
170. Open Geospatial Data Down in the Weeds: Urban Foraging, Food Deserts, Citizen Science, Sustainability, and Reproducibility, Assessing the Socioeconomic Impacts and Value of ‘Open’ Geospatial Information, The George Washington University, Washington DC, 28–29 October 2014. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/openGeospatial14.htm
169. Student Evaluations of Teaching, University of San Francisco, 23 October 2014. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/setUSF14.htm
168. Guest lecturer, CS 76N: Elections and Technology, Stanford University, 14 October 2014.
167. Statistical Evidence and Election Integrity, XXIX International Forum on Statistics, UPAEP, Puebla, Mexico, 29 September–3 October 2014. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/foro14.pdf
166. Nonparametric Inference, Auditing, and Litigation, Short course at XXIX International Forum on Statistics, UPAEP, Puebla, Mexico, 29 September–3 October 2014. https://github.com/pbstark/MX14
165. Invited participant, Pew Charitable Trusts roundtable: Challenges Related to the Voting Systems Marketplace, Chicago, IL, 8 September 2014.
164. Invited panelist, U.S. Election Assistance Commission roundtable: Expanding the Body of Knowledge of Election Administration–Reflections and Future Direction, 3 September 2014. http://www.eac.gov/eac_grants_expanding_the_body_of_knowledge_of_election_administration_\%E2\%80\%93_reflections_and_future_dire/ Video: http://mediasite.yorkcast.com/webcast/Play/a90f223fa61940cd893b70fab55fe1b51d
163. Reproducibility, Evidence, and the Scientific Method, Late-breaking session on Reproducibility, Joint Statistical Meetings, Boston, MA, 2–7 August 2014. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/reproJSM14.htm
162. Invited panelist, Big Data & Academic Libraries, International Alliance of Research Universities, 3rd Librarians’ Meeting, University of California, Berkeley, CA, 23–24 June 2014.
161. Mini-Minimax Uncertainty Quantification for Emulators, 2nd Conference of the International Society for Nonparametric Statistics, Cadiz, Spain, 11–16 June 2014. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/emulatorISNPS14.pdf
160. Reproducible and Collaborative Statistical Data Science, Transparency Practices for Empirical Social Science Research, 2014 Summer Institute, University of California, Berkeley, CA, 2–6 June 2014. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/bitss14.pdf
159. Risk-Limiting Audits for Denmark and Mongolia, Third DemTech Workshop on Danish Elections, Trust, and Technology for the Mongolian General Election Commission, IT University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark, 24 May 2014. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/itu14.pdf
158. How to Lie With Big Data (and/or Big Computations), Panel on Data Deluge or Drought (Quality and Quantity), MPE13+ Workshop on Global Change, DIMACS Special Program: Mathematics of Planet Earth 2013+, University of California, Berkeley, CA, 19–21 May 2014. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/mpe14.pdf
157. Invited panelist, Relying on Data Science: Reproducible Research and the Role of Policy, DataEDGE conference, UC Berkeley School of Information, Berkeley, CA, 8–9 May 2014.
156. Invited panelist, Some Tools and Solutions, University of Washington / Moore–Sloan First Reproducibility Workshop, eScience Institute, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 8 May 2014 https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/reproUW14.pdf
155. Some people have all the luck, public lecture, Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, 28 April 2014. (with Skip Garibaldi and Lawrence Mower) http://www.ipam.ucla.edu/programs/PUBLEC2014/ Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s8cHHWNblA4
154. Invited panelist, Ask a Statistician, SIAM/ASA/GAMM/AGU Conference on Uncertainty Quantification, Savannah, GA, 29 March – 3 April 2014.
153. Invited panelist, The Reliability of Computational Research Findings: Reproducible Research, Uncertainty Quantification, and Verification & Validation, SIAM/ASA/GAMM/AGU Conference on Uncertainty Quantification, Savannah, GA, 29 March – 3 April 2014. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/reproUQ14.pdf Video: http://client.blueskybroadcast.com/SIAM14/UQ/siam_uq14_MS42_3
152. Invited panelist, New Paradigms for Voting Systems, 2014 Election Verification Network Annual meeting, San Diego, CA, 5–7 March 2014. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/evn14NewParadigms.pdf Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bTlHYkiYBZI
151. Invited panelist, End-to-End Verifiable Voting Roundtable, 2014 Election Verification Network Annual meeting, San Diego, CA, 5–7 March 2014. Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jsGSQV_rFzA
150. Invited panelist, Improving Teaching through uncharted Waters: Peer Observation and other Approaches, Dialogues, a Colloquium Series on Teaching, Center for Teaching and Learning, University of California, Berkeley, 26 February 2014. http://teaching.berkeley.edu/dialogues-colloquium-series-teaching
149. Invited panelist, Unpacking the Voting Technology Debate, 2014 Voting and Elections Annual Summit, Overseas Vote Foundation and U.S. Vote Foundation, George Washington University, Washington, D.C., 30 January 2014. https://www.overseasvotefoundation.org/initiatives-UOCAVAsummit-summit2014-agenda Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UXqqnOWhsmA\&list=PLtRB8fQ0zBR8Nza-G-RGln-HTrkp4UM6F\&feature=share\&index=1\#t=23m30s
148. Risk-Limiting Audits for Party-List Elections. IT University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark, 21 November 2013. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/itu13.pdf
147. Selective Inference and Conditional Tests. Department of Statistics and Operations Research, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel, 28 October 2013.
146. Ontology of Earthquake Probability: Metaphor. Dynamics of Seismicity, Earthquake Clustering and Patterns in Fault Networks, Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute (SAMSI), Research Triangle Park, NC, 9–11 October 2013. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/samsiSeis13.pdf
145. Invited panelist, Innovations in On-line Learning, Designing a World University, World Academy Forum on Global Higher Education, Berkeley, California, 2–3 October 2013.
144. E2E to Hand-to-Eye: Verifiability, Trust, Audits, Vote ID 2013: The 4th International Conference on e-Voting and Identity, University of Surrey, Guildford, UK 17–19 July 2013. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/voteID13.pdf
143. Mini-Minimax Uncertainty of Emulators, Center for Security, Reliability, and Trust, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg, 9 July 2013. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~starkstark/Seminars/emulatorLux13.pdf
142. Invited panelist, Extracting Actionable Insight From Dirty Time-Series Data, Berkeley Research Data Science Lectures, University of California, Berkeley, 21 June 2013. Video: http://vcresearch.berkeley.edu/datascience/webcast-data-science-lecture-series-june-21
141. Uncertainty quantification for emulators, Dipartimento di Fisica e Astronomia, Universitŕ di Bologna, Bologna, Italy, 5 June 2013. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/emulatorUniBo13.pdf
140. Leveraging Paper Ballots, Running Elections Efficiently, A Best Practices Convening, Common Cause – Common Cause / NY – Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University, New York, NY, 20 May 2013. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/ccNY13.pdf
139. Uncertainty quantification for emulators, University of California, Los Angeles, 11 April 2013. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/emulatorUCLA13.pdf
138. Brittle and Resilient Verifiable Voting Systems, Verifiable Voting Schemes Workshop: from Theory to Practice, Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg 21–22 March 2013. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/vv13.pdf
137. Now What?, Election Verification Network Annual Conference, The Right to a Secure, Transparent and Accurate Election, Atlanta, Georgia 14–15 March 2013. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/evn13nowWhat.pdf
136. Machine-Assisted Transitive Audits, Election Verification Network Annual Conference, The Right to a Secure, Transparent and Accurate Election, Atlanta, Georgia 14–15 March 2013.
135. Risk-limiting Audits and Evidence-Based Elections in a Nutshell, Election Verification Network Annual Conference, The Right to a Secure, Transparent and Accurate Election, Atlanta, Georgia 14–15 March 2013. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/evn13nutshell.pdf
134. Reproducibility in Computational and Experimental Mathematics, ICERM, Brown University, Providence, RI, 10–14 December 2012. http://icerm.brown.edu/tw12-5-rcem
133. Whaddya know? Bayesian and Frequentist approaches to inverse problems, Inverse Problems: Practical Applications and Advanced Analysis, Schlumberger WesternGeco, Houston, TX, 12–15 November 2012. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/swg12.pdf
132. Evidence-Based Elections, E-Voting: Risk and Opportunity Conference, Center for Information Technology Policy, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, 1 November 2012. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/princeton12.pdf Video: http://youtu.be/1Z6JW1t_sFI
131. Evidence-Based Elections, Berkeley/Stanford Data, Society and Inference Seminar, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 8 October 2012. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/dataSocietyInference12.pdf
130. Voting Technology Exploratory Meeting, The Pew Charitable Trusts Center on the States, Santa Monica, CA 23–24 August 2012.
129. Lightning Debates, Workshop on Electronic Voting Technology / Workshop on Transparent Elections, (EVT/WOTE ’12), USENIX, Bellevue, WA, 6–7 August 2012. Video: https://www.usenix.org/conference/evtwote12/panel-2-title-tbd
128. BRAVO: Ballot-polling Risk-limiting Audits to Verify Outcomes, Workshop on Electronic Voting Technology / Workshop on Transparent Elections, (EVT/WOTE ’12), USENIX, Bellevue, WA, 6–7 August 2012. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/evt12.pdf Video: https://www.usenix.org/conference/evtwote12/s6-paper-title-tbd
127. The Will of the People and the Luck of the Draw: Using Statistics to Limit the Risk of Wrong Electoral Outcomes, Joint Statistical Meetings, San Diego, CA, 29 July 2012. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/jsm12.pdf
126. Evidence-Based Elections, Risk-Limiting Audits, and Resilient Canvass Frameworks, SecVote 2012 Summer School on Secure Voting, Leibniz-Zentrum für Informatik, Schloss Dagstuhl, Germany, 16 July 2012. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/dagstuhl12.pdf
125. The Effectiveness of Internet Content Filters, Distinguished Lecture (http://wwwen.uni.lu/snt/distinguished_lectures), Center for Security, Reliability, and Trust, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg, 13 July 2012. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/luxembourg12.pdf
124. Evidence-Based Elections, International Association of Clerks, Recorders, Election Officials & Treasurers (IACREOT) annual conference, Albuquerque, NM, 30 June 2012. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/iacreot12.pdf
123. Confidence Limits, Progress on Statistical Issues in Searches, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, Stanford, CA, 4–6 June 2012. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/slac12.pdf
122. UQQ, UQ: Transition Workshop, Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute (SAMSI), Research Triangle Park, NC, 21–23 May 2012. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/samsi12.pdf
121. Testing for Poisson Behavior, Seismological Society of America Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, 17–19 April 2012. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/ssa12.pdf
120. Get Out The Audit (GOTA), Election Verification Network Annual Conference, Santa Fe, NM, 29–30 March 2012. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/evnGOTA12.pdf
119. The Long View: Evidence-Based Elections, Election Verification Network Annual Conference, Santa Fe, NM, 29–30 March 2012. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/evnLongView12.pdf
118. The Will of the People and the Luck of the Draw: Risk-Limiting Audits and Resilient Canvass Frameworks, San Francisco Chapter of the American Statistical Association, Berkeley, CA, 16 February 2012. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/asa12.pdf
117. Evidence-Based Elections: Colorado’s Future?, Colorado Elections Best Practices & Vision Commission, Denver, CO, 14 December 2011. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/co-11-12-14.pdf Audio: mms://pub.sos.state.co.us/20111214130705B
116. From the Virtual Trenches, Letters and Sciences Colloquium on Undergraduate Education: The Virtual University—Challenges and Opportunities, University of California, Berkeley, CA, 16 November 2011. http://ls.berkeley.edu/stories/archive/fall-2011-colloquium-undergraduate-education-0 https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/onlineEd11.pdf Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=40vGDuPSJso
115. Earthquake Clustering and Declustering, Institute de Physique du Globe de Paris, Paris, France, 4 October 2011. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/ipg11.pdf
114. Fears, Predictions, Hopes & Plans, Panel on the Future, Election Integrity: Past, Present, and Future, Caltech/MIT Voting Technology Project, Cambridge, MA, 1 October 2011. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/mit11.pdf Video: http://techtv.mit.edu/collections/vtp/videos/14802-eippf-2011-3-the-future
113. Risk-limiting Audits: Soup to Nuts, and Beyond, Workshop on Electronic Voting Technology / Workshop on Transparent Elections, (EVT/WOTE ’11), USENIX, San Francisco, CA, 9 August 2011. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/evtRLA11.pdf
112. SOBA: Secrecy-preserving Observable Ballot-level Audit, Workshop on Electronic Voting Technology / Workshop on Transparent Elections, (EVT/WOTE ’11), USENIX, San Francisco, CA, 9 August 2011. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/evtSoba11.pdf
111. The Effectiveness of Internet Content Filtering, Workshop on Free and Open Communication on the Internet (FOCI ’11), USENIX, San Francisco, CA, 8 August 2011. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/foci11.pdf
110. SticiGui, Onsophic, and Statistics W21, Panel on online instruction, Joint Statistical Meetings, Miami Beach, FL, 31 August 2011. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/jsm11.pdf
109. Risk Limiting Audits, Colorado Secretary of State, Colorado Risk Limiting Audit (CORLA) Kick-off Meeting, Denver, CO, 16 June 2011. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/co-11-6-16.pdf
108. Simultaneous Confidence Intervals with more Power to Determine Signs, Conference in honor of Erich Lehmann, Rice University, Houston, TX, 12 May 2011. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/lehmann11.pdf
107. Close enough for government [to] work, Verified Voting Foundation, Palo Alto, CA, 27 April 2011. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/vv-11-4-27.pdf
106. Close enough for government [to] work: Risk-limiting post-election audits, Berkeley-Stanford Joint Statistics Colloquium, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, 12 April 2011. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/stanford11.pdf
105. Audits: The After-Math of Elections, Verify early, verify often: creating secure, transparent and accurate elections, Election Verification Network, Chicago, IL, 25–26 March 2011. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/reed11.pdf
104. Simultaneous Confidence Intervals with more Power to Determine Signs, Department of Mathematics, Reed College, Portland, OR, 10 March 2011. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/reed11.pdf
103. Close enough for government work: Risk-Limiting Post-Election Audits, Wharton Statistics Department, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, 26 January 2011. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/penn11.pdf
102. Audits: The After-Math of Election Reform, Conference on Innovative Electoral Reforms and Strategies, Washington, DC, 10–11 December 2010. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/innovative10.pdf
101. Risk-Limiting Post-Election Audits: Statistics, Policy, and Politics, Department of Statistics, Rice University, Houston, TX, 1 November 2010. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/rice10.pdf
100. Are Declustered Earthquake Catalogs Poisson?, Department of Statistics, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, 14 October 2010. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/psu10.pdf
99. Super-simple simultaneous single-ballot risk-limiting audits, 2010 Electronic Voting Technology Workshop / Workshop on Trustworthy Elections (EVT/WOTE ’10), Washington, DC, 9–10 August 2010. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/evtwote10.pdf
98. AB 2023 and Risk-Limiting Audits, California Association of Clerks and Election Officials Legislative Committee Meeting, 14 May 2010. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/caceo-legis10.pdf
97. Justice and inequalities, Department of Statistics and Operations Research, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel, 13 April 2010. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/tau10.pdf
96. Size Matters: Smaller Batches Yield More Efficient Risk-Limiting Audits, Small-Batch Audit Meeting, Washington, DC, 27–28 March 2010. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/smallBatch10.pdf
95. Sexy Audits and the Single Ballot, Election Verification Network (EVN) annual conference, Washington, DC, 25–27 March 2010. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/evn10.pdf
94. Simple, Affordable, Post-Election Audits, Institute for Mathematical Behavioral Sciences, University of California, Irvine, CA, 7 January 2010. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/uci10.pdf
93. Efficient Post-Election Audits of Multiple Contests: 2009 California Tests, Conference on Empirical Legal Studies, University of Southern California Gould School of Law, Los Angeles, CA, 20–21 November 2009. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/cels09.pdf
92. Risk-Limiting Audits, Audit Working Meeting, American Statistical Association, Arlington, VA, 23–24 October 2009. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/asa09.pdf
91. Invited panelist, Uncertainty Quantification and Error Analysis, Scientific Grand Challenges in National Security: the Role of Computing at the Extreme Scale, Washington, DC, 6–8 October 2009.
90. Some Ado about (mostly) Nothing: zero-dominated data, Alameda County Workshop on Avian Mortality at Altamont, Emeryville, CA, 22 September 2009. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/altamont09.pdf
89. Freedman’s Dialogue with the Social Sciences, 2009 Joint Statistical Meetings, Washington, DC, 5 August 2009.
88. Invited panelist, David A. Freedman’s Dialogue with the Social Sciences, The Society for Political Methodology 26th Annual Summer Meeting, Institution for Social and Policy Studies, Yale University, New Haven, CT, 23 July 2009.
87. Election Auditing: How Much is Enough?, The Society for Political Methodology 26th Annual Summer Meeting, Institution for Social and Policy Studies, Yale University, 23 July 2009. (Keynote lecture) https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/polMeth09.pdf
86. Risk-Limiting Post-Election Audits, Department of Statistics, University of California, Berkeley, CA, 31 March 2009. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/ucb09.pdf
85. Uncertainty Quantification Qualification, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, CA, 26 March 2009. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/llnl09.pdf
84. 2008 Risk-limiting Audits in California, The Pew Charitable Trusts Audit Workshop, Salt Lake City, UT, 23–24 February 2009. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/pew09.pdf
83. Election Auditing and Nonparametric Confidence Bounds, Department of Mathematics, Reed College, Portland, OR, 20 November 2008. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/reed08.pdf
82. Risk-Limiting Post-Election Audits, Department of Statistics, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS, 2 October 2008. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/ksu08.pdf
81. CAST: Canvass Audits by Sampling and Testing, 2008 American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Panel 2008MP04292: Catch Me If You Can: Techniques to Detect Electoral Fraud, Boston, MA, 28–31 August 2008. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/apsa08.pdf
80. Invited panelist, Joint Statistical Meetings session, Statistical Measures Can Help Restore Confidence in U.S. Elections, Denver, CO, 3–7 August 2008.
79. Invited Panel on Post-Election Auditing: The Academic & Advocacy Perspective, California Association of Clerks and Election Officials (CACEO) 100th Anniversary Celebration Conference, Long Beach, CA, 8–11 July 2008.
78. Statistical Audits: Why and How Much?, Invited Panel on Post-Election Auditing: Practical Experience and Best Practices, California Association of Clerks and Election Officials (CACEO) 100th Anniversary Celebration Conference, Long Beach, CA, 8–11 July 2008. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/caceo08.pdf
77. Invited Panel on Online Learning, UC21st Century, Teaching, Learning and Technology: Past, present and future, University of California, Davis, 20–21 June 2008.
76. SticiGui—What is it?, Department of Statistics, University of California, Los Angeles, CA, 29 May 2008. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/ucla08.pdf
75. Election Auditing: How Much Is Enough?, Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Annual Meeting of Academic Sponsors and Steering Committee, Berkeley, CA, 7 March 2008. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/msri08.pdf
74. Invited panelist, 2007 Post Election Audit Summit, Minneapolis, MN, 25–27 October 2007. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/peaSummit07.pdf
73. Urning Voter Confidence, Department of Mathematics, Reed College, Portland, OR, 11 October 2007. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/reed07.pdf
72. Frequentist Methods in Inverse Problems, Sandia CSRI Workshop on Large-Scale Inverse Problems and Quantification of Uncertainty, Santa Fe, NM, 10–12 September 2007. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/sandia07.odp
71. How Statistics Helps, 9th US Congress on Computational Mechanics, San Francisco, CA, 22–26 July 2007. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/compMech07.odp
70. Nonparametrics: nonpareil?, Veterans Administration Hospital, Neuropsychology Brown Bag Lunch, Martinez, CA, 15 May 2007. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/ebire-5-15-07.pdf
69. The Null Hypothesis: Are Earthquakes Predictable?, Assessment schemes for earthquake prediction, Royal Astronomical Society/Joint Association for Geophysics Discussion Meeting 7–8 November 1996, the Geological Society, London 68. Shaking Down Earthquake Predictions, Department of Statistics, University of California, Davis, 25 May 2006 https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/ucd-5-25-06.pdf
67. Measuring Resolution in Nonlinear and Constrained Inverse Problems, Workshop on Statistical Inverse Problems, Institute for Mathematical Stochastics, Göttingen, Germany, 23–25 March 2006. http://www.num.math.uni-goettingen.de/gk/?Workshops:Workshop_on_Statistical_Inverse_Problems
66. Resolution in Nonlinear and Constrained Inverse Problems, Workshop on Computational and Mathematical Geoscience, Colorado School of Mines, Golden CO, 15–17 June 2005.
65. Quantifying uncertainty in inverse problems, Summer school: Mathematical Geophysics and Uncertainty in Earth Models, Colorado School of Mines, Golden CO, 14–25 June 2004. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/mines04.pdf
64. Estimating power spectra of galaxy structure: can Statistics help?, Penetrating bars through masks of cosmic dust: the Hubble tuning fork strikes a new note, Pilanesberg National Park, South Africa, 7–12 June 2004. http:www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/bars04.ppt
63. Quantifying uncertainty in inverse problems, Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM) Conference on Statistical Methods for Inverse Problems, IPAM, Los Angeles, CA, 5–6 November 2003. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/ipam03.ppt
62. Using what we know: inference with physical constraints, PhyStat 2003: Statistical Problems in Particle Physics, Astrophysics and Cosmology, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, Stanford, CA, 8–10 September 2003. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/phyStat03.pdf
61. Statistical Approaches to Inverse Problems. Danish Interdisciplinary Inversion Group Seminars on Inverse Problems: Insight and Algorithms. Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen University, Copenhagen, Denmark, 27–29 May 2002. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/bohr02.ppt
60. Statistical Measures of Uncertainty in Inverse Problems. Institute for Mathematics and its Applications Tutorial on Inverse Problems and the Quantification of Uncertainty, Annual Program Mathematics in the Geosciences, Minneapolis, MN, 19 March 2002. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/ima02.ppt
59. Data Errors, Model Errors, and Estimation Errors, Frontiers of Geophysical Inversion Workshop, Waterways Experiment Station, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Engineer Research and Development Center, Vicksburg, MS, 17–19 February 2002. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/wes02.ppt
58. Strategic Planning and Implementation I: The Challenge of Adapting Organizations and Creating Partnerships to Target New Markets, University Teaching as E-business?, Center for Studies in Higher Education, Berkeley, CA, 26–27 October 2001.
57. Inverse Problems and Data Errors, New Developments in Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics, Chateau de Mons, Caussens, France, 25–29 June 2001.
56. Data Reduction and Inverse Problems in Helioseismology, Workshop Statistics of inverse problems, Institut Henri Poincaré, Paris, France, 28–29 May 2001.
55. Why Statistics is worth the Stigma, Letters and Sciences Faculty Forum, University of California, Berkeley, CA, 23 April 2001. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/stigma01.ppt
54. Inverse Problems in Helioseismology, Second MaPhySto Workshop on Inverse Problems: Inverse problems from a Statistical Perspective, Aalborg, Denmark, 28–31 March 2001.
53. What are the Chances?, NATO Advanced Research Workshop: State of scientific knowledge regarding earthquake occurrence and implications for public policy, Le Dune, Piscinas — Arbus, Sardinia, Italy, 15–19 October 2000.
52. Why Unadjusted Census Results should be Used for Reapportionment and Funding within the State of California, 13th Annual Demographic Workshop, U.S. Bureau of the Census, California State Census Data Center, and the Population Research Laboratory of the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, 15 May 2000.
51. Invited discussant, Workshop of the National Academy of Sciences Panel to Review the 2000 Census, Washington, D.C., 2–3 February 2000.
50. Invited discussant, Panel discussion on the role of sampling in the US Census, San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of the American Statistical Association, 20 December 1999.
49. Lecturer, Mathematical Geophysics Summer School, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, 2–20 August 1999.
48. Less Asymptotic Tomography. 9th SOHO Workshop: Helioseismic Diagnostics of Solar Convection and Activity, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, 12–15 July 1999.
47. Invited panelist, Reinventing Undergraduate Education: Technology Enhanced Learning in the Sciences, Math, and Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, CA, 23 April 1999.
46. Error in Numerical Models Fitted to Data. DSRC/DARPA Study on Numerical Simulation of Physical Systems: The State of the Art, and Opportunities for Further Advances, Kick-Off Meeting, Arlington, VA, 19–20 January 1999. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/dsrc99.htm
45. Sampling to Adjust the U.S. Census. Miller Institute for Basic Research in Science, University of California, Berkeley, CA, 12 January 1999. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/mibrs99.htm
44. A Statistician’s Perspective on Census Adjustment, Berkeley Breakfast Club, Berkeley, CA, 5 December 1998. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/bbc98.htm
43. SticiGui: Melts in your Browser, not in your Brain, Joint Berkeley-Stanford Statistics Colloquium, Department of Statistics, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, 27 October 1998. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/bsc98.htm
42. SticiGui: Statistics Tools for Internet and Classroom Instruction with a Graphical User Interface, 1998 Joint Statistical Meetings of the American Statistical Association, International Biometric Society, and Institute of Mathematical Statistics, Orlando, FL, 12 August 1998.
41. Presidential Panel on Statistics in Public Policy, 1998 Joint Statistical Meetings of the American Statistical Association, International Biometric Society, and Institute of Mathematical Statistics, Orlando, FL, 10 August 1998.
40. Misfit Measures and Statistical Inconsistency in Linear Inverse Problems. AMS/IMS/SIAM Joint Summer Research Conferences in the Mathematical Sciences, Mathematical Methods in Inverse Problems for Partial Differential Equations, Mt. Holyoke, MA, 4–9 July 1998. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/ams-ims-siam-98.pdf
39. Uncertainties for functions from incomplete, erroneous data. NSF/DOE Workshop on Uncertainty in Modeling, National Science Foundation, Arlington, VA, 11–12 June 1998. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/nsf-doe-98.htm
38. Sampling to adjust the 1990 Census for Undercount. U.S. House of Representatives Subcommittee on the Census, May 1998. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Census/house-5-5-98-pbs.pdf
37. Sounding the Sun: Helioseismology. 1998 American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Annual Meeting and Science Innovation Exposition, Philadelphia, PA., February 1998. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/Aaas/helio.htm
36. Data Sampling Rate Reduction for the OERSTED geomagnetic Satellite, Department of Geological Sciences, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, 28 July 1997. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/Oersted/writeup.htm
35. Does God play dice with the Earth, and if so, are they loaded? Fourth SIAM Conference on Mathematical and Computational Methods in the Geosciences, Albuquerque, NM, 16 June 1997. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/doesgod.htm
34. Solving Problems for a Large Statistics Lecture Course using a Website UC Berkeley Academic Senate Workshop on Classroom Technology, Berkeley, CA, 11 April 1997. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Seminars/itpTalk.htm
33. Deficiencies of the simple theories, Local Helioseismology Workshop, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, 1997.
32. CMB’s, Royal Astronomical Society Ordinary Meeting, London, England, 1996.
31. The Null Hypothesis, Royal Astronomical Society and Joint Associations for Geophysics discussion meeting on Assessment of Schemes for Earthquake Prediction, London, England, 1996.
30. On the consistency of multiple inference in inverse problems using lp confidence sets, International Conference on Multiple Comparisons, Tel Aviv, Israel, 1996.
29. Confidence Intervals in Inverse Problems, Conference in Honor of George Backus, Institute for Geophysics and Planetary Physics, La Jolla, CA, 1995.
28. The Need for Wave-Equation Travel-Time Tomography, Institute for Mathematics and Its Applications, Conference on Tomography, Minneapolis, MN, 1995.
27. Inference, Prior Information, and Misfit Measures, Interdisciplinary Inversion Conference on Methodology, Computation and Integrated Applications, University of Aarhus, Aarhus, Denmark, 1995.
26. Optimization and Inference in Travel-Time Seismology, National Research Council Board on Mathematical Sciences Symposium on Mathematical Sciences in Seismology, Washington, DC, 1995.
25. Prior Information and Confidence Intervals in Inverse Problems, International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics Meeting, Boulder, CO, 1995.
24. Something AGAINST Nothing: A Confidence Game, Joint Statistical Meetings of the American Statistical Association, International Biometric Society, and Institute of Mathematical Statistics, Orlando, FL, 1995.
23. Uncertainties in Travel-Time Seismology, SIAM/GAMM Symposium on Inverse Problems: Geophysical Applications, Fish Camp, CA, 1995.
22. Toward Tubular Tomography, 27th General Assembly of the Int. Assoc. of Seismology and Phys. of the Earth’s Inter. (IASPEI), Wellington, New Zealand, 1994.
21. Alternative Data Analysis Techniques, Global Oscillation Network Group annual meeting, Los Angeles, CA, (presented by C. Genovese due to illness), 1994.
20. Mathematical Aspects of Integral Equation Inversion, Global Oscillation Network Group workshop, Sydney, Australia, 1994.
19. Conservative Finite-Sample Confidence Envelopes for Monotone and Unimodal Densities, Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach meeting on Curves, Images and Massive Computation, Oberwolfach, Germany, 1993.
18. Invited discussant, Joint IMS/ASA/ENAR Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, 1993.
17. Uncertainty of the Quadrupole Component of the Cosmic Microwave Background, Israel Statistical Association Annual Meeting, Tel Aviv, 1993.
16. Brute-Force Minimax Estimation in Geochemistry, Joint Statistical Meetings of the American Statistical Association, International Biometric Society, and Institute of Mathematical Statistics, San Francisco, CA, 1993.
15. Conservative Numerical Uncertainty Estimates in Inverse Problems, SIAM 40th Anniversary Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, 1992.
14. Minimax Estimation in Geomagnetism, European Geophysical Society Annual Meeting, Wiesbaden, Germany, 1991.
13. Minimax Estimation in Geophysical Inverse Problems: Applications to Seismic Tomography and Geomagnetism, Schmitt Institute for Physics of the Earth, Academy of Sciences of the USSR, Moscow, 1991.
12. Imagining Earth’s Interior: Controversies in Seismology and Geomagnetism, Mathematical Sciences Research Institute Workshop on Statistical Methods in Imaging, Berkeley, CA, 1991.
11. Discretization and its Discontents: New Methods in Inverse Theory, Institute for Theoretical Physics program Helioseismology—Probing the Interior of a Star, National Science Foundation Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1990.
10. Inference in Infinite-Dimensional Inverse Problems, Schmitt Institute for Physics of the Earth, Academy of Sciences of the USSR, Moscow, 1990.
9. Inference in Infinite-Dimensions: Discretization and Duality, Israel Statistical Association Annual Meeting, Jerusalem, 1990.
8. Superresolution: What, When and How?, Institute for Theoretical Physics program Helioseismology—Probing the Interior of a Star, National Science Foundation Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1990.
7. Sparsity-Constrained Deconvolution, International Union of Radio Science Meeting, Boulder, CO, 1989.
6. Invited discussant, Statistics, Earth and Space Sciences Meeting of the Bernoulli Society, Leuven, Belgium, 1989.
5. Rigorous Computer Solutions to Infinite-Dimensional Inverse Problems, rcp 264 problemes inverses, Montpellier, France, 1989.
4. Duality and Discretization Error, Conference on Mathematical Geophysics, Blanes, Spain, 1988.
3. Spectral extrapolation with positivity, International Union of Radio Science Meeting, Boulder, CO, 1987.
2. Travel-Time Constraints on Core Structure, Special Session on Geophysics of the Core and Core-Mantle Boundary, American Geophysical Union Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 1986.
1. Smooth Models from tau(p) and X(p) Data, Scripps Industrial Associates Short Course on Inverse Theory, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La Jolla, CA, 1986.

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192. Auditor General examining unusually frequent lottery wins identified by PennLive, Daniel Simmons-Ritchie, Penn Live, 25 September 2017. http://www.pennlive.com/news/2017/09/auditor_general_examining_freq.html
191. Nationwide lottery project, like Post’s, finds improbable winnings, Lawrence Mower, Palm Beach Post, 22 September 2017. http://www.mypalmbeachpost.com/news/nationwide-lottery-project-like-post-finds-improbable-winnings/Sj8QrpwbqyT3xs9gBVPJSP/
190. When retailers win lottery prizes with luck that defies belief, could officials be turning a blind eye?, Daniel Simmons-Ritchie, Penn Live, 15 September 2017. http://www.pennlive.com/watchdog/2017/09/defying_the_odds_part_3.html
189. These Pennsylvania Lottery players have won more than a 100 times - but how?, Daniel Simmons-Ritchie, Penn Live, 14 September 2017. http://www.pennlive.com/watchdog/2017/09/defying_the_odds_part_2.html
188. How did PennLive investigate America’s ’luckiest’ lottery players?, Daniel Simmons-Ritchie and Jeff Kelly Lowenstein, Penn Live, 13 September 2017. http://www.pennlive.com/watchdog/2017/09/defying_the_odds_methodology.html
187. The math behind PennLive’s analysis of frequent lottery winners, Daniel Simmons-Ritchie, Penn Live, 13 September 2017. http://www.pennlive.com/watchdog/2017/09/defying_the_odds_math.html
186. The nation’s ‘luckiest’ lottery winners may not be as lucky as they seem, Daniel Simmons-Ritchie and Jeff Kelly Lowenstein, Penn Live, 13 September 2017. http://www.pennlive.com/watchdog/2017/09/defying_the_odds_part_1.html
185. Risky business: How do restaurants succeed long term?, Megan Favignano, Columbia Daily Tribune, 19 August 2017. http://www.columbiatribune.com/news/20170819/risky-business-how-do-restaurants-succeed-long-term
184. In System With Little Oversight, Connecticut’s Biggest Lottery Winners Often Pay Huge Price, Matthew Kauffman, Dave Altimari, and Jon William Allsop, Hartford Courant, 17 August 2017. http://www.courant.com/news/connecticut/hc-lottery-big-winners-20170817-story.html
183. Gaming the Lottery: Behind the Story, Jeff Kelly Lowenstein and Raymond Joseph, eNews Channel Africa, 14 August 2017. http://www.enca.com/south-africa/gaming-the-lottery-behind-the-story
182. Why are doctors and patients still at war over M.E.? How the best treatment for the debilitating condition is one of the most bitterly contested areas in medicine, Jerome Burne, The Daily Mail, 14 August 2017. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4790904/Why-doctors-patients-war-M-E.html
181. DefCon hackers made short work of voting machines. Now what?, Matt Leonard, GCN, 8 August 2017. https://gcn.com/articles/2017/08/08/defcon-voting-hacking.aspx
180. Colorado to require advanced post-election audits, Eric Geller, Politico, 17 July 2017. http://www.politico.com/story/2017/07/17/colorado-post-election-audits-cybersecurity-240631
179. Are edible weeds the next food trend? Devika Bansal, San Jose Mercury News, 16 July 2017. http://www.mercurynews.com/2017/07/16/is-picking-edible-weeds-off-the-streets-the-next-foodie-trend/
178. Here’s how to keep Russian hackers from attacking the 2018 elections, J. Alex Halderman and Justin Talbot-Zorn, Washington Post, 21 June 2017. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/posteverything/wp/2017/06/21/heres-how-to-keep-russian-hackers-from-attacking-the-2018-elections/
177. Do French Fries Kill You? A Lesson in Correlation vs. Causation, Leah Rosenbaum, Seeker, 16 June 2017. https://www.seeker.com/health/do-french-fries-kill-you-a-lesson-in-cargo-cult-science
176. White Men Of Academia Have An ‘Objectivity’ Problem, P.L. Thomas, Huffington Post, 9 June 2017. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/more-on-white-men-of-academia-student-and-self-evaluation_us_593a8204e4b0b65670e56963
175. Foraging, an educational skill set that could one day be taught in public schools, Jessica Wyant, The Pioneer, 1 May 2017. (urban foraging, food security, food safety, nutrition) http://piercepioneernews.com/11293/campus/11293/
174. There’s Probably a Salad’s Worth of Greens On Your City Block, Glenn Jackson, Bon Appetit / Healthy-ish, 9 May 2017. (urban foraging, food security, food safety, nutrition) http://www.bonappetit.com/story/urban-foraging-philip-stark
173. Berkeley Open Source Food Week promotes foraging, Gasia Mikaelian, KTVU, 20 April 2017. (urban foraging, food security, food safety) http://www.ktvu.com/news/249730521-story
172. UC Berkeley professor shares love of edible, nutritious weeds, Rebecca Parr, East Bay Times, 24 March 2017. (urban foraging, food security, food safety) http://www.eastbaytimes.com/2017/03/24/hayward-professor-shares-love-of-edible-nutritious-weeds/
171. Women Professors’ Salaries Have Gone Up More Than Men’s—but the Wage Gap Is Still Widening, Suzannah Weiss, Glamour, 23 March 2017. (teaching evaluations, gender bias) http://www.glamour.com/story/women-professors-salaries-have-gone-up-more-than-mensbut-the-wage-gap-is-still-widening
170. Inside the Recount, Steve Friess, New Republic, March 2017. (election integrity) https://newrepublic.com/article/140254/inside-story-trump-clinton-stein-presidential-election-recount
169. Ratings Show Students Unfairly Favor Male Professors, Peter Musto, Voice of America, 13 February 2017. (teaching evaluations, gender bias) http://learningenglish.voanews.com/a/ratemyprofessors-rating-system-unfair-to-females/3718237.html
168. Voter Fraud Experts: Trump’s “Bizarre” Claim Of Illegal Votes Could Lead To Severe Voter Restrictions. Journalists Urged To Call Out “Bogus” Assertion, Joe Strupp, Media Matters, 25 January 2017. (election integrity) https://mediamatters.org/blog/2017/01/25/voter-fraud-experts-trump-s-bizarre-claim-illegal-votes-could-lead-severe-voter-restrictions/215119
167. Stein Camp Believes Recount Price Tag Was ‘Jacked Up’ to Discourage Audit, Oliver Ortega, Who.What.Why, 18 January 2017. (election integrity). http://whowhatwhy.org/2017/01/18/stein-camp-believes-recount-price-tag-jacked-discourage-audit/
166. Team at Rice builds machine to transform the way we vote, Dylan Baddour, The Houston Chronicle, 27 December 2016. (election integrity) http://www.houstonchronicle.com/news/houston-texas/houston/article/Team-at-Rice-builds-machine-to-transform-the-way-10821587.php
165. Fact-checking the integrity of the vote in 2016, Jon Greenberg, PolitiFact, 17 December 2016. (election integrity) http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/article/2016/dec/17/fact-checking-claims-voter-fraud-2016/
164. RT America News, Interview by Ed Schultz, 9 December 2016. (election integrity) https://youtu.be/HUILuSbpKyM
163. Secure American Democracy, Robert Schlesinger, US News and World Reports, 9 December 2016. (election integrity) http://www.usnews.com/opinion/articles/2016-12-09/3-reforms-for-americas-vulnerable-democracy-in-light-of-the-2016-election
162. 7 Election Integrity and Cyber-Security Experts Say Stopping Michigan Recount Is a Corrupt Exercise of Power, Steven Rosenfeld, AlterNet, 8 December 2016. (election Integrity) http://airwww.alternet.org/7-election-integrity-and-cyber-security-experts-say-stopping-michigan-recount-corrupt-exercise-power
161. The Wisconsin recount may have a surprise in store after all, Stephen Ansolabehere, Barry C. Burden, Kenneth R. Mayer, and Charles Stewart III, The Washington Post, 5 December 2016. (election integrity) https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/monkey-cage/wp/2016/12/05/the-wisconsin-recount-may-have-a-surprise-in-store-after-all/
160. Could a Recount Overturn the Election? The Economist, 3 December 2016. (election integrity) http://www.economist.com/news/united-states/21711055-recounting-votes-tedious-expensive-and-cathartic-could-recount-overturn
159. KTVU 2 Fox News, Interview, 2 December 2016. (election integrity)
158. The Kathleen Dunn Show, Wisconsin Public Radio, Interview, 1 December 2016. (election integrity) http://www.wpr.org/listen/1028671
157. KCBS Radio, Interview with Doug Sovern, 1 December 2016. (election integrity)
156. What Would It Take to Fix The Voting System and Why Isn’t Anybody Doing It?, Jeff Clyburn and Klaus Marre, WhoWhatWhy?, 1 December 2016. (election integrity) http://whowhatwhy.org/2016/12/01/take-fix-voting-system-isnt-anybody/ 155. What 6 Top Election Experts Are Saying about the Next Big Step for the 2016 Recount, Steven Rosenfeld, AlterNet, 29 November 2016. (election integrity) http://www.alternet.org/election-2016/what-6-top-election-experts-are-saying-about-next-big-step-2016-recount
154. Judge rejects Stein’s request for hand recount, Jason Stein, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 29 November 2016. (election integrity) http://www.jsonline.com/story/news/politics/elections/2016/11/29/steins-recount-headed-court-tuesday/94598740/
153. UC Berkeley professor calls for audit of presidential election votes, Ashley Wong, The Daily Californian, 29 November 2016. (election integrity) http://www.dailycal.org/2016/11/28/uc-berkeley-professor-calls-for-audit-of-presidential-election-votes/
152. Security experts join Jill Stein’s ‘election changing’ recount campaign, Jon Swaine, The Guardian, 28 November 2016. (election integrity) https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/nov/29/security-experts-join-jill-steins-election-changing-recount-campaign
151. KTVU 2 Fox News, Interview, 28 November 2016. (election integrity) http://www.ktvu.com/news/220330952-story
150. US election recount: how it began—and what effect it could have, Jon Swaine and Mona Chalabi, The Guardian, 28 November 2016. (election integrity) https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/nov/28/election-recount-jill-stein-hillary-clinton-donald-trump
149. BBC World Service, 25 November 2016. Interview by Dotun Adebayo. (election integrity)
148. KCBS Radio, 25 November 2016. Interview. (election integrity)
147. BBC World Service, 24 November 2016. Interview. (election integrity)
146. US election: Leading statisticians call for vote audit over hacking fears, Harry Cockburn, The Independent, 23 November 2016. (election integrity) http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-election-statisticians-vote-audit-hacking-donald-trump-hillary-clinton-a7434516.html
145. Hacked or Not, Audit This Election (And All Future Ones), Andrew Greenberg, Wired, 23 November 2016. (election integrity) https://www.wired.com/2016/11/hacked-not-audit-election-rest/
144. Republicans Cannot Claim a Mandate When Hillary Clinton Has a 2 Million-Vote Lead, John Nichols, The Nation, 23 November 2016. (election integrity) https://www.thenation.com/article/republicans-cannot-claim-a-mandate-when-hillary-clinton-has-a-two-million-vote-lead/
143. Stop Saying the Election Was Rigged, Andrew Gelman, Slate, 22 November 2016. (election integrity) http://www.slate.com/articles/health_and_science/science/2016/11/reports_claiming_the_election_was_rigged_are_wrong.html// 142. Electoral Organizations Call For Nationwide Audit, Ethan Harfenist, Vocativ, 18 November 2016. (election integrity) http://www.vocativ.com/377544/election-audit/
141. Against all Odds, Gavin Off and Adam Bell, The Charlotte Observer, 29 September 2016. (lottery fraud) http://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/special-reports/against-all-odds/
140. Exercise and therapy cure for ME seriously flawed, Tom Whipple, The Times of London, 28 September 2016. (myalgic encephalomyelitis, chronic fatigue syndrome, clinical trials)
139. Livestream interview: Audits in California—How to Improve, Ballots for Bernie, 25 September 2016. (election integrity) https://www.facebook.com/events/536276663233125/
138. Foraging: Where the wild foods are, Shannon Eblen, Courier-Post / USA Today, 21 September 2016. (urban foraging, food security, food safety) http://www.courierpostonline.com/story/life/2016/09/21/foraging-food-edibles-deptford/90494736/
137. Bad science misled millions with chronic fatigue syndrome. Here’s how we fought back, Julie Rehmeyer, STAT, 21 September 2016. (chronic fatigue syndrome, analysis of clinical trials) https://www.statnews.com/2016/09/21/chronic-fatigue-syndrome-pace-trial/
136. How to Hack an Election in 7 Minutes, Ben Wofford, Politico Magazine, 5 August 2016. (election integrity, election auditing) http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2016/08/2016-elections-russia-hack-how-to-hack-an-election-in-seven-minutes-214144
135. Instead of Pokémon, Try Using Your Smartphone To Catch Tasty Wild Edibles, Jill Neimark, Good, 2 August 2016. (urban foraging, wild/feral food) https://food.good.is/articles/foragers-call-these-apps-the-tinder-for-wild-food
134. The Bias in Student Course Evaluations, Joey Sprague, Inside Higher Ed, 17 June 2016. (teaching evaluations, gender bias) https://www.insidehighered.com/advice/2016/06/17/removing-bias-student-evaluations-faculty-members-essay
133. How One Professor Is Trying to Paint a Richer Portrait of Effective Teaching, Emma Pettit, The Chronicle of Higher Education, 16 June 2016. (teaching evaluations, gender bias) http://chronicle.com/article/How-One-Professor-Is-Trying-to/236827 132. Survival of the Smartest: Berkeley Prof Stocks Up On Skill to Outlast Apocalypse, Krissy Eliot, California Magazine, 31 May 2016. (urban foraging, cooking, food, trail running) http://alumni.berkeley.edu/california-magazine/just-in/2016-05-31/survival-smartest-berkeley-prof-stocks-skill-outlast
131. MSU Professors Read Mean Reviews, Detroit Free Press, 2 May 2016. (teaching evaluations, gender bias) http://www.freep.com/story/news/local/michigan/2016/05/02/msu-professors-read-mean-reviews/83836716/ 130. Embracing ‘Messy’ Science, Colleen Flaherty, Inside Higher Ed, 15 March 2016. (P-values) https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2016/03/15/american-statistical-association-seeks-usher-new-era-statistical-significance
129. Are College Students Sexist? New Research Says They Grade Female Profs More Harshly, Krissy Eliot, California Magazine, 3 February 2016. (gender bias, teaching evaluations) http://alumni.berkeley.edu/california-magazine/just-in/2016-02-03/are-college-students-sexist-new-research-says-they-grade
128. Are student evaluations fair on female teachers?, Alecia Simmonds, Daily Life, 3 February 2016. (gender bias, teaching evaluations) http://www.dailylife.com.au/news-and-views/dl-opinion/are-student-evaluations-fair-on-female-teachers-20160202-gmjuw6.html
127. Scientists: Subtle Seismic Activity Hints at Predicting Large Quakes, Steve Herman, Voice of America, 28 January 2016. (earthquake prediction) http://www.voanews.com/content/subtle-seismic-activity-hints-predicting-large-quakes/3167842.html
126. New Study Shows College Students Are Overwhelmingly Biased Against Female Professors: Student evaluations aren’t just based on the effectiveness of teachers. Noelle Devoe, Seventeen, 27 January 2016. (gender bias, teaching evaluations) http://www.seventeen.com/life/school/news/a37577/new-study-shows-college-students-are-overwhelmingly-biased-against-female-professors/
125. Les évaluations des enseignements par les étudiants et les stéréotypes de genre, Anne Boring, The Conversation, 26 January 2016. (gender bias, teaching evaluations) https://theconversation.com/les-evaluations-des-enseignements-par-les-etudiants-et-les-stereotypes-de-genre-53590
124. Students Are Kind of Harsh When Evaluating Their Female Professors, Tanya Basu, New York Magazine, 26 January 2016. (gender bias, teaching evaluations) http://nymag.com/scienceofus/2016/01/students-give-women-professors-worse-evaluations.html
123. Student Evaluations Of College Professors Are Biased Against Women, Study Finds, Showing How Sexism Warps Our Views Of Competency, Erin Mckelle Fischer, Bustle, 26 January 2016. (gender bias, teaching evaluations) http://www.bustle.com/articles/137889-student-evaluations-of-college-professors-are-biased-against-women-study-finds-showing-how-sexism-warps-our
122. New Study Shows That Students Overwhelmingly Prefer Male Professors to Female Ones, but does having a male teacher mean a higher GPA? Kate Dwye, Teen Vogue, 26 January 2016. (gender bias, teaching evaluations) http://www.teenvogue.com/story/students-evaluate-male-professors-more-favorably
121. Students Favor Male Professors Regardless of Their Skills and Teaching Style, Madeleine Davies, Jezebel, 25 January 2016 (gender bias, teaching evaluations) http://jezebel.com/students-favor-male-professors-regardless-of-their-skil-1754947463 120. Why Female Professors Get Lower Ratings, Anya Kamenetz, NPR Education, 25 January 2016. (gender bias, teaching evaluations) http://www.npr.org/sections/ed/2016/01/25/463846130/why-women-professors-get-lower-ratings// 119. The Glaring Flaw In Student Evaluations, Casey Quinlan, Think Progress, 14 January 2016. (gender bias, teaching evaluations) http://thinkprogress.org/education/2016/01/14/3739455/gender-bias-professors/
118. Bias Against Female Instructors, Colleen Flaherty, Inside Higher Ed, 11 January 2016. (gender bias, teaching evaluations) https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2016/01/11/new-analysis-offers-more-evidence-against-student-evaluations-teaching
Reprinted as It’s Time to Kill the Student Evaluation: More and more evidence shows bias against female instructors, Slate, 14 January 2016. http://www.slate.com/articles/life/inside_higher_ed/2016/01/student_evaluations_show_bias_against_female_instructors.html
117. There’s No Easy Fix for Gender Bias in Students’ Evaluation of Teachers, Nathan Collins, Pacific Standard, 8 January 2016. (gender bias, teaching evaluations) http://www.psmag.com/politics-and-law/kids-will-be-gender-biased-kids
116. Is food foraged in cities safe to eat?, Christina Boyes, Civil Eats, 11 November 11 2015. (urban foraging, nutrition, food safety) http://civileats.com/2015/11/11/is-urban-foraging-cities-safe-to-eat-boston/
115. Terra Verde interview, by Jason Mark, KPFA, 21 August 2015. (urban foraging, nutrition, food equity, food security, sustainability) http://archives.kpfa.org/data/20150821-Fri1400.mp3
114. Un repas au coin du bitume, Julie Zaugg, Le Temps, 8 August 2015. (urban foraging, nutrition, food equity, food security, sustainability) http://www.letemps.ch/Page/Uuid/e58f7054-3d24-11e5-9458-9f31f164eeae/Un_repas_au_coin_du_bitume
113. A Walk on the Wild (Edibles) Side, Mark Bittman, The New York Times, 9 July 2015. (urban foraging, nutrition, food equity, food security, sustainability) http://www.nytimes.com/2015/07/09/opinion/mark-bittman-a-walk-on-the-wild-edibles-side.html
112. Why Mark Bittman Is Eating Weeds on Oakland’s Sidewalks, Yahoo Food Editors, Yahoo! Food, 9 July 2015. (urban foraging, nutrition, food equity, food security, sustainability) https://www.yahoo.com/food/why-mark-bittman-is-eating-edible-weeds-on-123662813296.html
111. The Logistics of Urban Food Foraging, Katherine Spiers, KCET, 8 July 2015. (urban foraging, nutrition, food equity, food security, sustainability) http://www.kcet.org/living/food/the-nosh/the-logistics-of-urban-food-foraging.html
110. With apps in hand, foragers find food underfoot, Rustik Magazine, 28 June 2015. (urban foraging, nutrition, food equity, food security, sustainability) http://rustikmagazine.com/technology-urban-foraging/
109. Flawed Evaluations. Colleen Flaherty, Inside Higher Ed, 10 June 2015. (teaching evaluations) https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2015/06/10/aaup-committee-survey-data-raise-questions-effectiveness-student-teaching
108. Take a walk on the wild (edible) side. Mark Bittman, California Matters, 8 June 2015. (urban foraging, nutrition, food equity, food security, sustainability) https://youtu.be/F8BLU3iaLgM
107. California Matters: Mark Bittman’s Online Video Series Premieres with ‘Take a Walk on the Wild (Edibles) Side’. Lisa Landers, KQED, 8 June 2015. (urban foraging, nutrition, food equity, food security, sustainability) http://ww2.kqed.org/bayareabites/2015/06/08/california-matters-mark-bittmans-online-video-series-premieres-with-take-a-walk-on-the-wild-edibles-side/
106. Edible urban weeds—Oakland’s sidewalk salads. Paul Belz, Wild Oakland, 30 May 2015. (urban foraging, nutrition, food equity, food security, sustainability) http://wildoakland.org/2015/05/edible-urban-weeds-oaklands-sidewalk-salads/
105. Eat Your Weeds: Get outside and forage for your food in the forests and sidewalk cracks of the East Bay. Sascha Bos, East Bay Express, 20 May 2015. (urban foraging, nutrition, food equity, food security, sustainability) http://www.eastbayexpress.com/oakland/eat-your-weeds/Content?oid=4289051
104. Student Evaluations: Feared, Loathed, and Not Going Anywhere. Stacey Patton, Chronicle of Higher Education, 19 May 2015. (teaching evaluations) https://chroniclevitae.com/news/1011-student-evaluations-feared-loathed-and-not-going-anywhere
103. Why Not Get Rid of Student Evaluations? Stephen Burt, Slate, 15 May 2015. (teaching evaluations) http://www.slate.com/articles/life/education/2015/05/a_defense_of_student_evaluations_they_re_biased_misleading_and_extremely.html
102. Q&A: Philip Stark. Rose Hayden-Smith, UC Food Observer, 11 May 2015. (urban foraging, nutrition, food equity, food security, sustainability, ecology) http://ucfoodobserver.com/2015/05/11/qa-philip-stark/
101. Course evaluations get a failing grade in terms of effectiveness. Riley Vetterkind, The Badger Herald, 30 April 2015. (teaching evaluations, misuse of statistics, gender bias) https://badgerherald.com/news/2015/04/30/course-evaluations-get-a-failing-grade-in-terms-of-effectiveness/
100. Dandelions Should Be the New Kale. Emiko Jozuka, Motherboard/Vice, 27 April 2015. (urban foraging, nutrition, food equity, food security, sustainability) http://motherboard.vice.com/read/dandelions-should-be-the-new-kale
99. Salad at Your Feet. Nicholas Boer, Diablo Magazine, 27 April 2015. http://www.diablomag.com/May-2015/Salad-at-Your-Feet/
98. Weeds are the future of healthy eating. Jason Mark, Salon.com, 18 April 2015. (urban foraging, nutrition, food equity, food security, sustainability) http://www.salon.com/2015/04/18/weeds_are_the_future_of_fine_dining_partner/
97. Weed Eaters: Accompanying Berkeley’s Urban Foragers from Weed Patch to Dining Table. Kristine A. Wong, California Magazine, 15 April 2015. (urban foraging, nutrition, food equity, food security, sustainability) http://alumni.berkeley.edu/california-magazine/just-in/2015-04-15/weed-eaters-accompanying-berkeleys-urban-foragers-weed-patch
96. Up Front with Vylma V, KPFA Radio, 9 April 2015. (urban foraging, nutrition, food equity, food security, sustainability) https://kpfa.org/episode/up-front-april-9-2015/ (at 30:02)
95. Bay Area Restaurants Cooking Weeds for Wild Food Week. Don Ford, KPIX CBS News, 8 April 2015. (urban foraging, nutrition, food equity, food security, sustainability) http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2015/04/08/bay-area-restaurants-cooking-weeds-wild-food-week/
94. Weeds — They’re What’s for Dinner, Jason Mark, Earth Island Journal, 8 April 2015. (urban foraging, nutrition, food equity, food security, sustainability) http://www.earthisland.org/journal/index.php/elist/eListRead/weeds_theyre_whats_for_dinner/
93. The app that helps you discover edible weeds. Richard Taylor, BBC, 8 April 2015. (urban foraging, nutrition, food equity, food security, sustainability) http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-32124855
92. Wild Food Week Highlights Edible Weeds Going to Waste, Tamara Palmer, NBC Bay Area News, 6 April 2015. (urban foraging, nutrition, food equity, food security, sustainability) http://www.nbcbayarea.com/news/local/Wild-Food-Week-298812881.html
91. KCBS News, 4 April 2015. (urban foraging, nutrition, food equity, food security, sustainability) http://www.contactlenzcommunications.com/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderfiles/wildweedsreplay.mp3
90. How do you convince people to eat weeds? Aarian Marshall, The Atlantic / CityLab, 3 April 2015. (urban foraging, nutrition, food equity, food security, sustainability) http://www.citylab.com/work/2015/04/how-do-you-convince-people-to-eat-weeds/389357/
89. Wild Weeds, Edible East Bay, 1 April 2015. (Urban foraging, nutrition, food equity, food security, sustainability) http://edibleeastbay.com/newsletter/wild-weeds/
88. San Francisco Bay Restaurants Serving Weeds For Wild Food Week, Growing Magazine, 1 April 2015. (urban foraging, nutrition, food equity, food security, sustainability) http://www.growingmagazine.com/take-control/san-francisco-bay-restaurants-serving-weeds-for-wild-food-week/
87. Top San Francisco Bay Restaurants Serving ’Weeds’ All Next Week, Broadway World, 31 March 2015. (urban foraging, nutrition, food equity, food security, sustainability) http://www.broadwayworld.com/bwwfood-wine/article/Top-San-Francisco-Bay-Restaurants-Serving-Weeds-All-Next-Week-20150331
86. Slinging Weeds: Wild Food Week, Luke Tsai, East Bay Express, 31 March 2015. (urban foraging, nutrition, food equity, food security, sustainability) http://www.eastbayexpress.com/WhatTheFork/archives/2015/03/31/slinging-weeds-wild-food-week
85. Wild Food Week: Bay Area dinner series showcases foraged plants, Paolo Lucchesi , SF Gate, 26 March 2015. (urban foraging, nutrition, food equity, food security, sustainability) http://insidescoopsf.sfgate.com/blog/2015/03/26/wild-food-week-bay-area-dinner-series-showcases-foraged-plants/
84. Professors tell America’s poor to harvest weeds, Rhys Blakely, The Times of London, 7 March 2015. (urban foraging, nutrition, food equity, food security, sustainability) http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/news/world/americas/article4375062.ece
83. Let Them Eat Weeds: App Helps People Forage Their Way out of Hunger, Sarah McColl, TakePart, 19 February 2015. (urban foraging, nutrition, food equity, food security, sustainability) http://www.takepart.com/article/2015/02/19/foraging-apps-food-insecurity
82. The Food that Grows from Concrete, Olivia Cueva, KALW, 12 February 2015. (urban foraging, nutrition, food equity, food security, sustainability) http://kalw.org/post/food-grows-concrete
81. Snacking In-Between Sidewalks: Mapping Abundance of Wild Edibles in the Bay Area’s Food Deserts, Angela Johnston, KQED Bay Area Bites, 5 February 2015. (urban foraging, nutrition, food equity, food security, sustainability) http://blogs.kqed.org/bayareabites/2015/02/05/snacking-in-between-sidewalks-mapping-abundance-of-wild-edibles-in-the-bay-areas-food-deserts/
80. Can urban foraging actually feed poor people? Nathanael Johnson, Grist, 30 January 2015. (urban foraging, nutrition, food equity, food security, sustainability) http://grist.org/food/can-urban-foraging-actually-feed-poor-people/
79. Foragers’ Delight: Can Wild Foods Make City Dwellers Healthier? Madeleine Key, Civil Eats, 5 December 2014. (urban foraging, nutrition, food equity, food security, sustainability) http://civileats.com/2014/12/05/foragers-delight-can-wild-foods-make-city-dwellers-healthier/
78. What’s for Dinner? For These Urban Foragers in Berkeley, The Answer is Weeds, Eric Neumann, California Magazine, Winter 2014. (urban foraging, nutrition, food equity, food security, sustainability) http://alumni.berkeley.edu/california-magazine/winter-2014-gender-assumptions/whats-dinner-these-urban-foragers-berkeley-answer
77. 12 things you didn’t know about holiday foods, UC Newsroom, 24 November 2014. (urban foraging, nutrition, food equity, food security, sustainability) http://universityofcalifornia.edu/news/12-things-you-didnt-know-about-holiday-foods
76. Weed Eaters: These guys want you to eat weeds—and they’ll show you where to find ’em, Alisa Opar, NRDC onEarth, 24 November 2014. (urban foraging, nutrition, food equity, food security, sustainability) http://www.onearth.org/earthwire/weed-eaters
75. Foragers find bounty of edibles in urban food deserts, Gretchen Kell, UC Berkeley Media Relations, 17 November 2014. (urban foraging, nutrition, food equity, food security, sustainability) http://newscenter.berkeley.edu/2014/11/17/urban-foraging/
74. How Many Ballots Do You Have To Count To Know Whether An Election Was Rigged? Short answer: Surprisingly few. Rafi Letzter, Popular Science, 4 November 2014. (Election integrity, auditing) http://www.popsci.com/article/science/how-many-ballots-do-you-have-count-know-whether-election-was-rigged
73. A New Voting Machine Could Make Sure Every Vote Really Counts. That is, if it ever gets used. Rafi Letzter, Popular Science, 4 November 2014. (Election integrity, auditing) http://www.popsci.com/article/technology/new-voting-machine-could-make-sure-every-vote-really-counts
72. Can we trust the Internet with our most basic civic duty? DecodeDC ponders the future of voting, Miranda Green and Andrea Seabrook, NewsNet5 ABC, 31 October 2014. (Election integrity) http://www.newsnet5.com/decodedc/podcast/can-we-trust-the-internet-with-our-most-basic-civic-duty
71. Cal professors on the hunt for edible, nutritious East Bay weeds, Carolyn Jones, The San Francisco Chronicle and SFGate, 25 October 2014. (urban foraging, nutrition, food equity, food security, sustainability) http://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article/Cal-professors-on-the-hunt-for-edible-nutritious-5846111.php, http://www.sfchronicle.com/bayarea/article/Cal-professors-on-the-hunt-for-edible-nutritious-5846111.php
70. Course evaluations ineffective, misused, report finds, Mina Corpuz, The Daily Free Press, 3 October 2014. (Evaluating teaching, misuse of Statistics) http://dailyfreepress.com/2014/10/03/course-evaluations-ineffective-misused-study-finds/
69. Course evaluations slammed as ineffective: A Berkeley professor said the evaluations aren’t a good gauge of a class, Noelle Wells, The Daily Tar Heel, 2 October 2014. (Evaluating teaching, misuse of Statistics) http://www.dailytarheel.com/article/2014/10/coures-evaluations-slammed\%20as\%20ineffective
68. Professor gives low rating to effectiveness of current teaching evaluations, Siera Stalcup, The Daily Cal, 30 September 2014. (Evaluating teaching, misuse of Statistics) http://www.dailycal.org/2014/09/29/effectiveness-student-course-evaluations/
67. Student Course Evaluations Get An ‘F,’ Anya Kamenetz, NPR Education Blog, 26 September 2014. (Evaluating teaching, misuse of Statistics) http://www.npr.org/blogs/ed/2014/09/26/345515451/student-course-evaluations-get-an-f
66. 2 scholars flunk course evaluations as measures of teaching quality, Dan Berrett, Chronicle of Higher Education, p. A16, 26 September 2014 http://chronicle.texterity.com/chronicle/20140926a?sub_id=2FQNKVDXMnsU\#pg16

Scholars Take Aim at Student Evaluations’ ‘Air of Objectivity’, Dan Berrett, Chronicle of Higher Education, 18 September 2014. (Evaluating teaching, misuse of Statistics) http://chronicle.com/article/Scholars-Take-Aim-at-Student/148859/
65. Making sure the votes count: Arapahoe County is pilot site, Ernest Luning, The Colorado Statesman, 15 August 2014. Also Colorado Springs Independent, 15 August 2014. (Statistical audits, election integrity) http://www.coloradostatesman.com/content/995064-making-sure-votes-count
64. Arapahoe County pioneering use of new vote verification system, John Aguilar, The Denver Post, 15 August 2014. (Statistical audits, election integrity) http://www.denverpost.com/news/ci_26339735/arapahoe-county-pioneering-use-new-vote-verification-system
63. Arapahoe Co. begins testing new ballot-counting system, Megan Verlee, Colorado Public Radio, 13 August 2014 (air date). (Statistical audits, election integrity) http://www.cpr.org/news/story/arapahoe-co-begins-testing-new-ballot-counting-system
62. Don’t blame John Pérez for the state’s abhorrent recount rules, Daniel Borenstein, Contra Costa Times, 25 July 2014. (Statistical audits, recounts, election integrity) http://www.contracostatimes.com/daniel-borenstein/ci_26211948/daniel-borenstein-dont-blame-john-perez-states-abhorrent
61. California law sought to prevent recount fights, Jim Miller, The Sacramento Bee, 1 July 2014. (Risk-limiting audits, recounts, election integrity)
http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2014/07/a-california-law-on-the.html
60. Lock the Vote, Julie Rehmeyer, Discover Magazine, July/August 2014. (STAR-Vote election system, election integrity) 59. Reproducible and Collaborative Statistical Data Science, Sarah Hillenbrand, Berkeley Science Review, 11 June 2014. (Reproducibility, education)
http://berkeleysciencereview.com/reproducible-collaborative-data-science/
58. Lottery odds: To win, you’d have to be a loser. Lawrence Mower, Palm Beach Post, 28 March 2014. (Lottery fraud)
http://www.mypalmbeachpost.com/news/news/lottery-odds-to-win-youd-have-to-be-a-loser/nfL57
57. How Might Economics Education Be Improved? Michael O’Hare, Ten Miles Square, Washington Monthly, 21 October 2013. (Evaluating teaching)
http://www.washingtonmonthly.com/ten-miles-square/2013/10/how_might_economics_education047441.php
56. From geeky to cool: Statistics is Berkeley’s fastest-growing major. Carol Ness, Berkeley NewsCenter, 16 April 2013. (growth in Statistics)
http://newscenter.berkeley.edu/2013/04/16/from-geeky-to-cool-statistics-is-berkeleys-fastest-growing-major
55. The Upbeat Stats on Statistics. Carl Bialik, The Wall Street Journal, 1 March 2013. (growth in Statistics)
http://blogs.wsj.com/numbersguy/the-upbeat-stats-on-statistics-1216
54. As Ohio Faces Vote-Rigging Lawsuit, Are Dems, Liberals, Election Officials Ready to Safeguard Votes? Art Levine, The Huffington Post, 2 November 2012. (election integrity)
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/art-levine/mia-in-voting-machine-war_b_2054411.html?utm_hp_ref=voting-rights
53. Will the Next Election be Hacked? Michael Agresta, The Wall Street Journal, 17 August 2012. (election integrity)
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10000872396390444508504577595280674870186.html
52. Saving throw: securing democracy with stats, spreadsheets, and 10-sided dice: “Risk-limiting audits” use sound math to make sure the right candidate won. Cyrus Farivar, Ars Technica, 24 July 2012. (Election auditing)
http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2012/07/saving-american-elections-with-10-sided-dice-one-stats-profs-quest/
51. New audit method could improve detection of flaws—and fix them. Adam Playford and Pat Beall, Palm Beach Post, 8 May 2012. (Election auditing)
http://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/new-post-election-audit-method-could-improve-detection-2346480.html
50. Florida law hinders vote audits. Adam Playford and Pat Beall, Palm Beach Post, 8 May 2012. (election integrity)
http://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/florida-law-hinders-vote-audits-2346483.html
49. Imagining a Census Survey Without a Mandate. Carl Bialik, The Wall Street Journal, 30 March 2012. (census)
http://blogs.wsj.com/numbersguy/imagining-a-census-survey-without-a-mandate-1129/
48. Are large earthquakes increasing in frequency? Deanna Conners, EarthSky, 4 March 2012. (Earthquake clustering)
http://earthsky.org/earth/are-large-earthquakes-increasing-in-frequency
47. New Equation for Voting Technology: Auditing > Testing? Doug Chapin, University of Minnesota Program for excellence in Election Administration, 12 January 2012.
http://blog.lib.umn.edu/cspg/peea/2012/01/new_equation_for_voting_techno.php
46. Cuyahoga County elections board leads pack in testing, auditing. Laura Johnston, The Plain Dealer, 1 January 2012. (risk-limiting audits, election integrity)
http://blog.cleveland.com/metro/2012/01/cuyahoga_county_elections_boar_5.html
45. Radio Australia “Connect Asia” program, 21 December 2011. (live appearance re earthquake clustering)
http://www.radioaustralia.net.au/connectasia/
44. Geologists wonder if the Northwest is up next for a giant earthquake. Joe Rojas-Burke, The Oregonian, 21 December 2011. Syndicated in Middle East North Africa Financial Network. (Earthquake clustering) http://www.oregonlive.com/environment/index.ssf/2011/12/geologists_wonder_if_the_north.html http://www.menafn.com/qn_news_story.asp?storyid=\%7B1ee57506-581b-4e99-a8be-41b9f35197e5\%7D
43. Mega-quake clusters unlikely: study. Anna Salleh, ABC, 20 December 2011. (Earthquake clustering) http://www.abc.net.au/science/articles/2011/12/20/3394245.htm
42. Rest Your Fears: Big Earthquakes Not on the Rise. Stephanie Pappas, LiveScience, 9 December 2011. Syndicated in MSNBC and Fox News 10 December 2011. (Earthquake clustering) http://www.livescience.com/17400-big-earthquakes-random.html http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/45616503/ns/technology_and_science-science/\#.TueIXGB8-oc http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2011/12/10/rest-your-fears-big-earthquakes-not-on-rise/
41. San Luis Obispo takes part in pilot program for ballot audits. Bethany Tucker, KSBY News, 12 September 2011. (Election auditing) http://www.ksby.com/news/san-luis-obispo-takes-part-in-pilot-program-for-ballot-audits/
40. In This Dating Game, the Best Match Could Be Years Away. Carl Bialik, The Wall Street Journal, 16 July 2011. (numerical coincidences) http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052702304521304576447892115939486.html
39. Dozens of personal care products mislabeled as ‘organic,’ lawsuit says. Joanna Lin, California Watch, 20 June 2011. http://californiawatch.org/dailyreport/dozens-personal-care-products-mislabeled-organic-lawsuit-says-10873
38. San Jose siblings two years apart, born on the same day at the same time. Jane J. Lee, Silicon Valley Mercury News, 14 June 2011. (numerical coincidences) http://www.mercurynews.com/breaking-news/ci_18273248?nclick_check=1
37. O.C. could see fewer election recounts. Martin Wisckol, Orange County Register, 6 May 2011. (Election auditing) http://totalbuzz.ocregister.com/2011/05/06/o-c-could-see-fewer-election-recounts/52659/
36. Consumer Reports Cops to Chrysler Data Gaps. Eric Mayne, WardsAuto.com, 2 March 2011. http://wardsauto.com/ar/consumer_reports_chrysler_110302/
35. Experts shouldn’t be needed to call outcome of election. Albany Times Sun Union, 1 January 2011. (Election auditing) http://www.timesunion.com/opinion/article/Experts-shouldn-t-be-needed-to-call-outcome-of-930928.php
34. Equation: Calculating Ballot Bungles is all about the P-Value. Julie Rehmeyer, Wired, November 2010, p.56. (Election auditing) http://www.wired.com/magazine/2010/11/st_equation_votes/
33. Fifty million to one: Mother defies odds to give birth on 10.10.10 after two others were born on 09.09.09 and 08.08.08. Daily Mail, 15 October 2010. (numerical coincidences) http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1320840/Fifty-million-Mother-defies-odds-birth-10-10-10-born-09-09-09-08-08-08.html?ito=feeds-newsxml
32. Mom’s babies born on 8-8-08, 9-9-09, 10-10-10. Elizabeth Weise, USA TODAY, 14 October 2010. (numerical coincidences) http://www.usatoday.com/yourlife/parenting-family/babies/2010-10-14-Birthday14_ST_N.htm
31. UC Berkeley Professor’s Auditing System Aims to Count Votes More Accurately. Claire Perlman, Daily Californian, 28 April 2010. (Election auditing) http://www.dailycal.org/article/109295/uc_berkeley_professor_s_auditing_system_aims_to_co
30. California Assembly committee endorses UC Berkeley statistician’s election auditing method. Robert Sanders, Media Relations, UCBerkeleyNews, 26 April 2010. (Election auditing) http://www.berkeley.edu/news/media/releases/2010/04/26_canvass.shtml
29. Ready or Not. Cosma Shalizi, American Scientist, March 2010. (Earthquake prediction) http://www.americanscientist.org/bookshelf/pub/ready-or-not
28. Judge upholds November election of Novato Sanitary District board. Brent Ainsworth, The Marin Independent Journal, 8 March 2010. (Contested election) http://www.marinij.com/marinnews/ci_14636416
27. Novato Sanitary election fight rolls on. Jim Welte, The Marin Independent Journal, 23 February 2010. (Contested election) http://www.marinij.com/marinnews/ci_14456925
26. Novato Sanitary board race tightens. Jim Welte, The Marin Independent Journal, 12 November 2009. (Contested election) http://www.marinij.com/election/ci_13773039
25. AIDS Vaccine Trial Shows Only Slight Protection. Donald G. McNeil Jr., New York Times, 21 October 2009. (epidemiology) http://www.nytimes.com/2009/10/21/health/research/21vaccine.html?_r=1
24. China To Require Filtering Software On PCs. Thomas Claburn, Information Week, 8 June 2009. (Internet content filtering) http://www.informationweek.com/news/internet/policy/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=217800108\&section=All+Stories
23. KQED-FM Forum program on the Census, 6 March 2009. (live appearance re census) 22. Census, partisan wrangling go hand-in-hand. Tyche Hendricks, Scripps News, 23 February 2009. (census) http://www.scrippsnews.com/node/41139
21. Why the census is always political. Tyche Hendricks, San Francisco Chronicle, 22 February 2009. (census) http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2009/02/22/MNPB161PBV.DTL
20. He’s Out for the Count. Mark Hosenball, NEWSWEEK, 14 February 2009, Magazine issue dated 23 February 2009. (census) http://www.newsweek.com/id/184802
19. Measure B court challenge heads to San Francisco. Karen de Sá, Mercury News, 1 December 2008. (election integrity) http://www.mercurynews.com/politics/ci_11113510
18. New Election Audit Targets Close Races. Laura Snider, Daily Camera, 26 November 2008. (risk-limiting audits, election integrity) http://www.dailycamera.com/news/2008/nov/26/new-election-audit-targets-close-races/
17. Counting Continues for Elections Department. Redwood Times, 19 November 2008. (risk-limiting audits, election integrity) http://www.redwoodtimes.com/local/ci_11023304
16. Checking It Twice. Julie J. Rehmeyer, Science News, 19 January 2008. (Election auditing) http://www.sciencenews.org/view/generic/id/9292/title/Math_Trek__Checking_It_Twice
15. Reelz Channel Dailies “Is it Real?” Reelz Channel, 15 June 2007. (gambling odds, probability)
14. Internet is 99 per cent porn free. Iain Thomson, vnunet.com, 15 November 2006. (Internet content filtering) http://www.vnunet.com/vnunet/news/2168636/internet-per-cent-porn-free
13. Internet Content Filters Fail to Block Sexually Explicit Material. Thomas Claburn, Information Week, 14 November 2006. (Internet content filtering) http://www.informationweek.com/news/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=194300677\&section=All+Stories
12. 1 percent of Web sites deemed pornographic. Maryclaire Dale, Associated Press, 14 November 2006. (Internet content filtering) http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/15721799/
11. Only 1 percent of Web pages have porn? Declan McCullagh, News.com, 14 November 2006. (Internet content filtering) http://www.news.com/8301-10784_3-6135662-7.html
10. U.S., Google Set to Face Off in Court. Michael Liedtke, Associated Press, 14 March 2006. (Internet content filtering) http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/n/a/2006/03/13/financial/f133050S47.DTL\&type=printable
9. Google privacy issue enters court. Al Jazeera, 14 March 2006. (Internet content filtering) http://english.aljazeera.net/archive/2006/03/2008410131655473737.html
8. In Case About Google’s Secrets, Yours Are Safe. Adam Liptak, New York Times, 26 January 2006. (Internet content filtering) http://www.nytimes.com/2006/01/26/technology/26privacy.html?_r=1\&emc=eta1\&oref=slogin
7. Google Resists U.S. Subpoena of Search Data. Katie Hafner and Matt Richtel, New York Times, 20 January 2006. (Internet content filtering) http://www.nytimes.com/2006/01/20/technology/20google.html?pagewanted=1\&_r=1
6. Feds take porn fight to Google. Declan McCullagh and Elinor Mills, CNET News, 19 January 2006. (Internet content filtering) http://news.cnet.com/Feds-take-porn-fight-to-Google/2100-1030_3-6028701.html?tag=mncol;txt
5. AFC NewSource story on airline security [Airings: The Osgood File (CBS Radio Network), 29 July 2003, 18 February 2003; KRON-TV (San Francisco), 3 February 2003]. (statistical auditing, security) http://www.acfnewsource.org/science/random_security.html
4. The Fred Ebert Show program on probability and statistics. KIRO 710, Seattle, WA, 27 October 2003. (live appearance re the Monty Hall problem, Statistics, Probability)
3. ABC 7 News story on census adjustment, 30 November 1998. (recorded appearance re census)
2. KQED-FM Forum program on the 2000 Census, San Francisco, CA, 17 July 1998. (live appearance re census) http://www.kqed.org/radio/programs/forum/
1. How deep is an earthquake? Science News, 2 March 1985. (Deep earthquakes)

Teaching and Advising

Courses

* Course I created or co-created.

Former Graduate Students and Postdocs

Graduate Committees

  1. Alameida, Jose, Mathematics. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 2008
  2. Bach, Andre, Physics. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 2011
  3. Bar-Yossef, Ziv, Computer Science. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 2001; dissertation committee, “The Complexity of Massive Data Set Computations,” 2002
  4. Bein, Ed, Biostatistics. MA examination, 2002
  5. Berny, Axel Dominique, EECS. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 2004; dissertation committee, “Analysis and Design of Wideband LC VCOs,” 2006
  6. Bloniarz, Adam, Statistics. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 2014
  7. Bodik, Peter, Computer Science. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 2007; dissertation committee, “Automating Datacenter Operations Using Machine Learning,” 2010
  8. Bowman, John Penfield, IEOR. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 2003
  9. Bunn, Emory Freeman, Physics. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 1994; dissertation committee, “Statistical Analysis of Cosmic Microwave Background Anisotropy,” 1995
  10. Burleigh, Kaylan, Astronomy. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 2016, 2017.
  11. Burstein, Richard David II, Mathematics. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 2004; dissertation committee, “Hadamard Subfactors of Bisch-Haagerup Type,” 2008
  12. Buttrey, Samuel Edward, Statistics. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 1994; dissertation committee, “Nearest-Neighbor Classification with Categorical Variables,” 1996
  13. Calef, Brandoch Hugh, Applied Mathematics. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 1997; dissertation committee, “Optimal Sampling of the Discrete Fourier Transform,” 2002
  14. Charman, Andrew Emile, Physics. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 2003; dissertation committee, “Random Aspects of Beam Physics and Laser-Plasma Interactions,” 2006
  15. Chen, Raymond Lei, EECS. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 1993; dissertation committee, “A Qualitative Modeling Framework of Semiconductor Manufacturing Processes: Self-Learning Fuzzy Inference System and the Statistical Analysis of Categorical Data,” 1994
  16. Chien, George, EECS. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 1998
  17. Feldman, Arnold R., EECS. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 1995; dissertation committee, “High-Speed, Low-Power Sigma-Delta Modulators for RF Baseband Channel Applications,” 1997
  18. Fodor, Imola K., Statistics. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 1997; chair, dissertation committee, “Spectrum Estimation in Helioseismology,” 1999
  19. Fong, Keng Leong, EECS. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 1996; dissertation committee, “Design and Optimization Techniques for Monolithic RF Downconversion Mixers,” 1997
  20. Gagnon-Bartsch, Johann, Statistics. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 2009; co-chair, dissertation committee “Removing Unwanted Variation from Microarray Data with Negative Controls,” 2012
  21. Gawiser, Eric Joseph, Physics. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 1998
  22. Genovese, Christopher Ralph, Statistics. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 1992; chair, dissertation committee, “Statistical Problems in Helioseismology,” 1994
  23. Goldman, Megan, Biostatistics. Chair, Ph.D. qualifying examination, 2009
  24. Gung, Yuan-Cheng, Geophysics. Dissertation committee, “Q Tomography of the Earth Mantle,” 2003
  25. Hansen, Bendek, Statistics. Chair, MA thesis committee, “Minimax Expected Length Confidence Intervals,” 2000
  26. Hansen, Mark Henry, Statistics. Chair, Ph.D. qualifying examination, 1992
  27. Hengartner, Niklaus Walther, Statistics. Co-chair, dissertation committee, “Topics in Density Estimation,” 1993
  28. Higgins, Mike, Statistics. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 2009, 2010
  29. Huang, Hsiang-Ping, Mathematics. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 1996
  30. Huang, Jianhua, Statistics. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 1994; dissertation committee, “Topics in Extended Linear Modeling,” 1997
  31. Huang, Yuanlin, Civil Engineering. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 1993, 1994
  32. Jiang, Xuesong, EECS. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 2001
  33. Jones, David Morgan, Mathematics. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 1994; dissertation committee, “On Modular Galois Representations in Characteristic 3,” 1998
  34. Katsis, Dimitrios, EECS. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 2005
  35. Kiesling, Max Karl, Civil Engineering. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 1994
  36. Kuusela, Mikael Johan, Statistics, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, dissertation committee, “Uncertainty quantification in unfolding elementary particle spectra at the Large Hadron Collider,” 2016
  37. Li, Bo, Statistics. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 2004
  38. Li, Wenyu, Mechanical Engineering. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 2017
  39. Loscutoff, Peter, Physics. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 2011; dissertation committee, “Search for resonant WZ ℓνℓℓ production using 13fb?1 in √s-- = 8TeV pp collisions with the ATLAS detector,” 2013
  40. Luen, Bradley, Statistics. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 2006; Chair, dissertation committee, “Earthquake Prediction: Simple Methods for Complex Phenomena,” 2010
  41. Luo, Tian, Statistics. MA thesis chair, “Nonparametric estimation of business survival with an application to restaurant startups,” 2014
  42. Madar, Vered, Statistics and Operations Research, Tel Aviv University. MA thesis committee, “Non-equivariant confidence intervals,” 2002; Ph.D. committee, “Simultaneous Confidence Intervals for Multiple Parameters with More Power to Determine the Sign,” 2007
  43. Megnin, Charles Henri, Geophysics. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 1996; dissertation committee, “The Shear Velocity Structure of the Mantle from the Inversion of Time-Domain Waveform Data,” 1999
  44. Mieler, Michael William, Civil Engineering. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 2011
  45. Millman, Kenneth Jarrod, Biostatistics. MA thesis committee, “permute—a Python package for permutation tests and confidence sets,” 2015
  46. Miratrix, Luke W., Statistics. Chair, Ph.D. qualifying examination, 2010
  47. Murmann, Boris, EECS. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 2002; dissertation committee, “Digital Calibration for Low-Power High-Performance A/D Conversion,” 2003
  48. Oreluk, James, Mechanical Engineering. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 2017
  49. Ottoboni, Kellie, Statistics. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 2017
  50. Ou, Jeffrey Jiajiunn, EECS. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 1995
  51. Petkov, Vladimir Plamenov, EECS. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 2003
  52. Poobuapheun, Nuntachai, EECS. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 2005; dissertation committee, “LNA and Mixer Designs for Multi-Band Receiver Front-Ends,” 2009
  53. Puente, Suzette, Statistics. M.A. committee, 2013
  54. Pulliam, R. Jay, Geophysics. Ph.D. dissertation committee, “Imaging Earth’s Interior: Tomographic Inversion of Mantle P-Wave Velocity Structure,” 1991
  55. Qian, Kun, EECS. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 2009; dissertation committee, “Variability Modeling and Statistical Parameter Extraction for CMOS Devices,” 2015
  56. Regier, Jeffery, Statistics. Chair, M.A. committee, 2013; dissertation committee, “Topics in large-scale statistical inference,” 2016
  57. Rein, Steven Richard, Statistics. Chair, Ph.D. qualifying examination, 1990
  58. Rossi, Jim, Journalism. M.A. thesis committee, “Reverse-engineering the Echo Chamber,” 2017
  59. Schafer, Chad Michael, Statistics. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 2001; chair, dissertation committee, “Constructing Confidence Regions of Optimal Expected Size: Theory and Application to Cosmic Microwave Inference,” 2004
  60. Son, Sang Won, EECS. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 2000; dissertation committee, “High Dynamic Range CMOS Mixer Design,” 2002
  61. Stern, Aaron James, Computational Biology. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 2017.
  62. Suzuki, Toru, Demography. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 1995; dissertation committee, “Projection of Households in Japan with a Dynamic Macro-Simulation Model,” 1999
  63. Tee, Luns, EECS. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 2001
  64. Tenorio, Luis-Francisco, Mathematics. Ph.D. dissertation committee, “Asymptotic Dynamics of Locally Oblique Solitary Wave Solutions of the KP Equation,” 1992
  65. Thompson, Neil, Statistics. M.A. committee, 2012
  66. To, Albert Chi Fu, Statistics. M.A. committee, 2005
  67. Wagner, Tim Allen, CS. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 1995; dissertation committee, “Practical Algorithms for Incremental Software Development Environments,” 1997
  68. Wang, Jason, Astronomy. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 2017
  69. Wicks, Charles Wesley Jr., Geophysics. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 1990; dissertation committee, “An Investigation of Mantle Discontinuities Beneath the Southwest Pacific,” 1994
  70. Wilhelm, Matthieu., Universit de Neuchtel, Statistics. Ph.D. dissertation committee, “Random sampling with repulsion,” 2017
  71. Yao, Shijing, EECS. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 2015
  72. Yates, Vincent, Statistics. Chair, M.A. committee, 2012
  73. Ying, Jun, Naval Architecture. D. Eng. qualifying examination, 1995; dissertation committee, “Development and Verification of Computer Simulation Models for Evaluation of Siting Strategies and Evacuation Procedures for Mobile Drilling Units in Hurricanes,” 1996
  74. Zhang, Xiaoyan, Statistics. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 1997
  75. Zagheni, Emilio, Demography. Ph.D. qualifying examination, 2008
  76. Zamora, Joel Barajas, UC Santa Cruz, EE. Ph.D. dissertation defense, 2015; dissertation committee, “Online Display Advertising Causal Attribution and Evaluation,” 2015

First-year PhD advising

Current PhD advisees

Undergraduate Research and Honors Thesis Advisees

Service

Professional Societies and Government Agencies

Foundations, Non-Profit Corporations, and Industry

Editorial and Referee Service

Editorial Service

Referee Service

  1. American Association for the Advancement of Science
  2. American Mathematical Monthly
  3. Annales Geophysicae
  4. Annals of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics
  5. Annals of Statistics
  6. Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering
  7. Astrophysical Journal
  8. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America
  9. Cambridge University Press
  10. Chapman-Hall
  11. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis
  12. Electronic Journal of Statistics
  13. Geophysical Journal International
  14. Geophysical Research Letters
  15. Geophysics
  16. Geophysical & Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics
  17. HarperCollins
  18. IEEE Journal on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing
  19. IEEE Journal on Information Theory
  20. Inverse Problems
  21. Inverse Problems and Imaging
  22. Journal of the American Statistical Association
  23. Journal of Computational Physics
  24. Journal of Economic Literature
  25. Journal of Geophysical Research
  26. Jurimetrics
  27. Nature
  28. Nature Climate Change
  29. PeerJ
  30. Political Analysis
  31. Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors
  32. PLoS One
  33. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
  34. Science
  35. SIAM Review
  36. Simon and Schuster
  37. Springer-Verlag
  38. Statistics, Politics, and Policy
  39. Statistical Science
  40. Tectonophysics

University Service

Contracts and Grants

  1. PI, NASA Grant NAG 5-883, “Constructing Core Fields Consistent with Geomagnetic Data and Geophysical Constraints,” 1987–1990.
  2. Project Director and PI, NSF Grant DMS-8810192, “Inference in Curved-Ray Tomography: Solid Earth Structure,” 1989–1992.
  3. PI, NSF Grant INT-9205103, “Long and Medium-Term Research: Inference in Seismological Investigations of Subducting Lithosphere,” 1992–1994.
  4. PI, NSF Grant DMS-930006P, “Estimating the Sun’s Internal Angular Velocity from Free-Oscillation Frequency Splittings,” 1993–1994.
  5. PI, NSF Presidential Young Investigator Award DMS-8957573, 1989–1995.
  6. Co-I, NASA Grant NAG5-2438, “The Analysis of Cobe DMR Sky Maps,” 1993–1994. PI: J. Silk
  7. PI, NASA Grant NAGW-2515, “New Methods for Inversion and Analysis of Solar Free-Oscillation Data,” 1991–1995.
  8. PI, NSF Grant DMS-9404276, “New Methods for Inference From COBE Data,” 1994–1997.
  9. PI, NSF Grant AST-9504410, “Function Estimation and Inference in Helioseismology,” 1995–1998.
  10. PI, LLNL/IGPP Grant 97-AP028, “Helioseismology with Solar Luminosity Constraints,” 1996–1997.
  11. Co-I, NASA Grant NAG5-3941, “Development of data analysis, compression and visualization tools for large data sets in astrophysics and cosmology,” 1997–1998. PI: J. Silk
  12. PI, NASA Grant NRA-96-09-OSS-034SOHO, “Modern Statistical Methods for Helioseismic Spectrum Estimation,” 1997–1998.
  13. PI, NASA Grant NAG 5-3919, “Data Sampling Rate Reduction for the Oersted Satellite,” 1997–1998.
  14. PI, UC Berkeley Classroom Technologies Grant, “Statistics Statim,” 1997–1998.
  15. Co-I, NSF Grant DMS-9872979,”KDI: Computational Challenges in Cosmology,” 1998–2000. PI: A. Jaffe.
  16. Co-I, NSF Grant IIS-98-17353, “Re-Inventing Scholarly Information Dissemination and Use,” 4/1/1999–3/31/2004. PI: R. Wilensky and D. Forsythe.
  17. PI, Hewlett Packard Company Grant 89293, “Applied Mobile Technology Solutions in Learning Environments,” 3/19/2003–8/31/2004. Status report:
    https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Grants/hp89293.htm
  18. PI, Hewlett Packard Company Grant 14928, “Applied Mobile Technology Solutions in Learning Environments—2004 Extension Grant,” 4/1/2004–6/30/2005.
  19. PI, LLNL Grant B565605, “Uncertainty in Complex Simulations,” 4/3/2007–9/30/2007.
  20. PI, LLNL Grant B585264, “Uncertainty Quantification with Applications to Climate Modeling,” 11/3/2009–9/30/2010.
  21. PI, Genentech Inc. Grant 008485, “Measuring Glucose with NIR,” 2/24/2010–10/31/2010.
  22. Co-I, NSF Grant DUE-1060487, “S-STEM Berkeley Science Network Scholarship Program,” 3/1/2011–2/28/2015. PI: M. Richards.
  23. PI, State of Colorado U.S. Election Assistance Commission subaward UC01, 2010 Pre-Election Logic and Accuracy Testing and Post-Election Audit Initiative, 5/23/2011–4/23/2013.
  24. PI, State of California Election Assistance Commission subaward 10I10066, Post Election Risk-Limiting Audit Pilot Program, 9/13/2011–4/23/2013.
  25. PI, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Grant OPP1077697, “An Introductory Statistics MOOC With Field-Tested Online Assessments,” 12/20/2012–7/31/2013.
  26. Co-I, UC Berkeley MOOCLab Grant, “Forum Usage in Statistics MOOCs: Disentangling Correlation from Causation,” 10/2013–8/2014. PI: M. Hearst.
  27. Co-I, Berkeley Institute for Data Science, grant from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation and the Sloan Foundation. 12/2013–12/2018. PI: S. Perlmutter.
  28. PI, UC Berkeley Food Institute Grant, “Reaping without Sowing: Urban Foraging, Sustainability, Nutrition, and Social Welfare,” 2/2014–8/2015.
  29. Co-I, “NRT-DESE Data Science for the 21st Century (DS421),” NSF, 1450053 2015–2020. PI: D. Ackerley.
  30. PI, UC Berkeley Food Institute Grant, “Wild Food: Investigating and Reducing Barriers to the Consumption of Foraged Foods,” 5/2015–12/2015.
  31. PI, State Street Bank and Trust Company Grant, “Industry Partners Program: Consortium for Data Analytics in Risk (CDAR); and Berkeley Institute for Data Science (BIDS) at UC Berkeley,” 2/2015–6/2018.
  32. PI, Dascena subaward from NIH, “SBIR: A Computational Approach to Early Sepsis Detection,” 4/2017–6/2017.
  33. PI, Peder Sather Grant, “Mainstreaming Sensitivity Analysis and Uncertainty Auditing,” 7/2017–6/2018.

Consulting and Expert Witness Experience

Recent Testimony (incomplete prior to 2003)

41. August 2017. Application of California-American Water Company (U210W) for Authorization to Modify Conservation and Rationing Rules, Rate Design, and Other Related Issues for the Monterey District (Public Utility Commission of the State of California, Application 15-07-019) Hearing.
40. July 2017. United States, the States of California, Delaware, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Nevada, New Mexico, New York, and Tennessee, the Commonwealths Of Massachusetts and Virginia, and The District Of Columbia Ex Rel. John Hendrix, Plaintiffs, vs. J-M Manufacturing Company, Inc., d/b/a JM Eagle, a Delaware corporation, and Formosa Plastics Corporation, U.S.A., a Delaware corporation (U.S. District Court, Central District of California, Case ED CV 06-00055-GW) Deposition.
39. March 2017. The People of the State of California vs. Keegan Lee Czirban, Richard Allen, Filoberto Pablo Alvidrez, Jaqwayne Bryant, Dale Gabriel Burnell, Juan Pablo Cardona aka Juan Luna-Cardona, Miguel Colina, Emmanuel Cordova, Ramon Duenas, Connie Renee Fields, Anisa Sakari Fortenberry, Louie Frank Gamboa, Cynthia Marie Harrell, Briana Hawkins, Jeremiah James Johnson, Kieth Carl Knutson, Mark Alex Mallory, Brian McMahon, David Moore, Marquise Lamar Owens, Mitkayem Dean Robinson, Patrice Sanders, and Seth Rui Sears. (Superior Court of the State of California, County of Contra Costa, 05-151662-4 and associated cases) Trial.
38. March 2017. Kelly Brunarski and Yvette Harmon vs. Miami University. (U.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio, Western Division, 1:16-cv-0311) Deposition.
37. January 2017. The Western and Southern Life Insurance Company, et al. vs. The Bank of New York Mellon. (Court Of Common Pleas, Hamilton County, Ohio, A1302490) Trial.
36. December 2016. Fixed Income Shares: Series M, Lvs II LLC, PCM Fund, Inc., PIMCO Absolute Return Strategy II Master Fund LDC, PIMCO Absolutereturnstrategy III Master Fund LDC, PIMCO Absolute Return Strategy III Overlay Master Fund Ltd., PIMCO Absolute Return Strategy IV Master Fund LDC, PIMCO Absolute Return Strategy V Master Fund LDC, PIMCO Bermuda Trust: PIMCO Bermuda Foreign Low Duration Fund, PIMCO Bermuda Trust: PIMCO Bermuda U.S. Low Duration Fund, PIMCO Cayman Spc Limited, PIMCO Cayman Japan Coreplus Segregated Portfolio, PIMCO Cayman Trust: PIMCO Cayman Global Advantage Bond Fund, PIMCO Cayman Trust: PIMCO Cayman Global Aggregate Ex-Japan (Yen-Hedged) Bond Fund II, PIMCO Cayman Trust: PIMCO Cayman Global Aggregate Exjapan (Yen-Hedged) Income Fund, PIMCO Cayman Trust: PIMCO Cayman Global Aggregate Ex-Japan Bond Fund, PIMCO Cayman Trust: PIMCO Cayman Global Bond (Nzdhedged) Fund, PIMCO Dynamic Credit Income Fund, PIMCO ETF Trust, PIMCO Total Return Active Exchange-Traded Fund, PIMCO Funds: Global Investors Series PLC, Diversified Income Fund, PIMCO Funds: Global Investors Series PLC, Global Bond Fund, PIMCO Funds: Global Investors Series PLC, Global Investment Grade Credit Fund, PIMCO Funds: Global Investors Series PLC, Income Fund, PIMCO Funds: Global Investors Series PLC, PIMCO Credit Absolute Return Fund, PIMCO Funds: Global Investors Series PLC, Unconstrained Bond Fund, PIMCO Funds: PIMCO Commodities Plus Strategy Fund, PIMCO Funds: PIMCO Commodity Real Return Strategy Fund, PIMCO Funds: PIMCO Credit Absolute Return Fund, PIMCO Funds: PIMCO Diversified Income Fund, PIMCO Funds: PIMCO Floating Income Fund, PIMCO Funds: PIMCO Foreign Bond Fund (Unhedged), PIMCO Funds: PIMCO Global Advantage Strategy Bond Fund, PIMCO Funds: PIMCO Global Bond Fund (Unhedged), PIMCO Funds: PIMCO Income Fund, PIMCO Funds: PIMCO International Stocksplus AR Strategy Fund (U.S. Dollarhedged), PIMCO Funds: PIMCO Investment Grade Corporate Bond Fund, PIMCO Funds: PIMCO Low Duration Fund, PIMCO Funds: PIMCO Low Duration Fund II, PIMCO Funds: PIMCO Low Duration Fund III, PIMCO Funds: PIMCO Real Return Fund, PIMCO Funds: PIMCO Short-Term Fund, PIMCO Funds: PIMCO Total Return Fund, PIMCO Funds: PIMCO Unconstrained Bond Fund, PIMCO Funds: PIMCO Worldwide Fundamental Advantage AR Strategy Fund, PIMCO Funds, Private Account Portfolio Series Emerging Markets Portfolio, PIMCO Funds: Private Account Portfolio Series International Portfolio, PIMCO Funds: Private Account Portfolio Series Mortgage Portfolio, PIMCO Funds: Private Account Portfolio Series Short-Term Portfolio, PIMCO Funds: Private Account Portfolio Series U.S. Government Sector Portfolio, PIMCO Multi-Sector Strategy Fund Ltd., PIMCO Offshore Funds - PIMCO Absolute Return Strategy IV Efund, PIMCO Variable Insurance Trust: PIMCO Global Advantage Strategy Bond Portfolio, PIMCO Variable Insurance Trust: PIMCO Global Bond Portfolio (Unhedged), PIMCO Variable Insurance Trust: PIMCO Low Duration Portfolio, CREF Bond Market Account, CREF Social Choice Account, TIAA Global Public Investments, MBS LLC, TIAA-CREF Bond Fund, TIAA-CREF Bond Plus Fund, TIAA-CREF Life Insurance Company, Prudential Bank & Trust, FSB, Prudential Retirement Insurance and Annuity Company, The Gibraltar Life Insurance Company, Ltd., The Prudential Series Fund, LIICA RE II, Inc., Monumental Life Insurance Company Modified Separate Account, Transamerica Life Insurance Company, Transamerica Premier Life Insurance Company, Kore Advisors LP, and Sealink Funding Limited vs. Citibank N.A. (U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York, 14-cv-09373-JMF) Deposition.
35. November 2016. Jill Stein, Petitioner, vs. Wisconsin Elections Commission and Members of the Wisconsin Elections Commission, each and only in his or her official capacity: Mark L. Thomsen, Ann S. Jacobs, Beverly Gill, Julie M. Glancey, Steve King, and Don M. Millis, Respondents. (State of Wisconsin Circuit Court, Dane County, Judge Valerie Bailey-Rihn) Trial.
34. October 2016. Citizens Oversight, Inc., a Delaware non-profit corporation; and Raymond Lutz, an individual, vs. Michael Vu, San Diego Registrar of Voters; Helen N. Robbins-Meyer, San Diego County Chief Administrative Officer; County of San Diego, a public entity; and Does 10–10, Defendants. (Superior Court of California, County of San Diego–Central Division, 37-2016-00020273-CL-MC-CTL) Trial.
33. July 2016. Loc Vu-Quoc vs. University of Florida. (American Arbitration Association Case no. 01-15-0006-1052). Arbitration.
32. July 2016. Memorial University of Newfoundland Faculty Association vs. Memorial University of Newfoundland (Arbitration I15-07) Arbitration.
31. June 2016. Gasia Thomas, et al., vs. First Energy Corporation, et al. (Court Of Common Pleas, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, 13-CV-798520) Deposition.
30. May 2016. The Western and Southern Life Insurance Company, et al., vs. The Bank of New York Mellon. (Court Of Common Pleas, Hamilton County, Ohio, A1302490) Deposition.
29. February 2016. Palms Place, LLC, a Nevada limited liability company, vs. Kittrell Garlock & Associates, Architects, AIA, LTD. d/b/a KGA Architecture, a Nevada professional corporation; M.J. Dean Construction, LLC, a Nevada limited liability company; Does I through X; Roe Corporations I through X; and Roe LLC I through X, Defendants.

M.J. Dean Construction, Inc., a Nevada corporation, Counterclaimant, vs. Palms Place, LLC, a Nevada limited liability company, Does I-X, Roe Corporations I-X, Boe Bonding Companies I-X, Loe Lenders I-X and Toe Tenants I-X, Counterdefendants.

Kittrell Garlock & Associates, Architects, AIA, Ltd. d/b/a KGA Architecture, a Nevada professional corporation, Counterclaimant, vs. Palms Place, LLC, a Nevada limited liability company, and Toes I XV, Counterdefendants.

M.J. Dean Construction, Inc., a Nevada corporation, Third-Party Plaintiff, vs. Embassy Glass, Inc., a Nevada corporation; Zetian Systems, Inc., a Nevada corporation; Bombard Mechanical, LLC, a Limited Liability Company; Century Steel, Inc., a Nevada corporation; Pacific Custom Pools, Inc., a Nevada corporation; Superior Tile & Mechanical, Inc., a Nevada corporation; Mesa Mechanical, LLC, a Limited Liability Company; Dean Roofing Co., a Nevada Corporation; Does 1 through 50; Roe Corporations 1 through 50, Third-Party Defendants.

Palms Place, LLC, a Nevada limited liability company, Cross-Claimant, vs. Embassy Glass, Inc., a Nevada corporation; Zetian Systems, Inc., a Nevada corporation; Does 1 through 50; Roe Corporations 1 through 50, Cross-Defendants. (Nevada District Court, Clark County, Nevada, A-11-645150-C) Deposition.
28. September 2015. Lavastone Capitol LLC vs. Coventry First LLC, LST I LLC, LST II LLC, LST Holdings LTD., Montgomery Capital, Inc., Alan Buerger, Reid Buerger, Constance Buerger, and Krista Lake. (U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York, 14-CV-07139 JSR) Trial.
27. May 2015. Lavastone Capitol LLC vs. Coventry First LLC, LST I LLC, LST II LLC, LST Holdings LTD., Montgomery Capital, Inc., Alan Buerger, Reid Buerger, Constance Buerger, and Krista Lake. (U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York, 14-CV-07139 JSR) Deposition.
26. April 2015. Testimony before the California State Assembly Committee on Elections and Redistricting. Legislative hearing. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/ab44-assembly-2015-4-15.htm
25. July 2014. New Jersey Carpenters Health Fund, New Jersey Carpenters Vacation Fund, and Boilermaker Blacksmith National Pension Trust, on Behalf of Themselves and All Others Similarly Situated, vs. Residential Capital, LLC; Residential Funding, LLC; Residential Accredit Loans, Inc.; Bruce J. Paradis; Kenneth M. Duncan; Davee L. Olson; Ralph T. Flees; Lisa R. Lundsten; James G. Jones; David M. Bricker; James N. Young; Residential Funding Securities Corporation d/b/a GMAC RFC Securities; Goldman, Sachs & Co.; RBS Securities, Inc. f/k/a Greenwich Capital Markets, Inc. d/b/a RBS Greenwich Capital; Deutsche Bank Securities, Inc.; Citigroup Global Markets, Inc.; Credit Suisse Securities (USA) LLC; Bank of America Corporation as successor-in-interest to Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith, Inc.; UBS Securities LLC; JPMorgan Chase & Co., Inc. as successor-in-interest to Bear, Stearns & Co., Inc.; and Morgan Stanley & Co., Inc. (U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York, Case 08-CV-8781 HB) Deposition.
24. October 2013. United States, the States of California, Delaware, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Nevada, New Mexico, New York, and Tennessee, the Commonwealths Of Massachusetts and Virginia, and The District Of Columbia Ex Rel. John Hendrix, Plaintiffs, vs. J-M Manufacturing Company, Inc., d/b/a JM Eagle, a Delaware corporation, and Formosa Plastics Corporation, U.S.A., a Delaware corporation (U.S. District Court, Central District of California, Case ED CV 06-00055-GW) Trial.
23. September 2013. Tessera, Inc. vs. Advanced Micro Devices, Inc., a Delaware corporation; Spansion, LLC, a Delaware limited liability corporation; Spansion, Inc., a Delaware corporation; Spansion Technology, Inc., a Delaware corporation; Advanced Semiconductor Engineering, Inc., a Republic of China corporation; ASE (U.S.), Inc., a California corporation; ChipMOS Technologies, Inc., a Republic of China corporation; ChipMOS U.S.A., Inc., a California corporation; Siliconware Precision Industries Co., Ltd., a Republic of China corporation; Siliconware USA, Inc., a California corporation; STMicroelectronics N.V., a Netherlands corporation; STMicroelectronics, Inc., a Delaware corporation; STATS ChipPAC, Inc., a Delaware corporation; STATS ChipPAC (BVI), Inc., a British Virgin Islands company; STATS ChipPAC, Ltd., a Singapore company (U.S. District Court, Northern District of California, Case C 05-04063 CW) Deposition.
22. July 2013. United States, the States Of California, Delaware, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Nevada, New Mexico, New York, and Tennessee, the Commonwealths Of Massachusetts And Virginia, and The District Of Columbia Ex Rel. John Hendrix, Plaintiffs, vs. J-M Manufacturing Company, Inc., d/b/a JM Eagle, a Delaware corporation, and Formosa Plastics Corporation, U.S.A., a Delaware corporation (U.S. District Court, Central District of California, Case ED CV 06-00055-GW) Deposition.
21. June 2013. Free Speech Coalition, Inc., American Society Of Media Photographers, Inc.; Michael Barone; David Conners a/k/a Dave Cummings; Thomas Hymes; Townsend Enterprises, Inc. d/b/a Sinclair Institute; C1R Distribution, LLC d/b/a Channel 1 Releasing; Barbara Alper; Carol Queen; Barbara Nitke; David Steinberg; Marie L. Levine a/k/a Nina Hartley; Dave Levingston; Betty Dodson; Carlin Ross vs. Eric H. Holder, Jr., Attorney General of the United States (U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Case 2:09–4607 MMB) Trial.
20. October 2011. Jonathan Buckheit vs. Tony Dennis, Dean Devlugt, Town of Atherton, County of San Mateo, Anthony Kockler and Jerry Carlson (U.S. District Court, Northern District of California, Case CV09-5000 JCS) Deposition.
19. June 2010. Testimony before California State Senate Committee on Elections, Reapportionment and Constitutional Amendments. Legislative hearing. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/ab2023-senate-15-6-10.htm
18. April 2010. Testimony before California State Assembly Committee on Elections and Redistricting. Legislative hearing. https://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~stark/Preprints/ab2023-assembly-20-4-10.htm
17. March 2010. Suzan Sharpley and Robert Abeling vs. William Long; Novato Sanitary District; Elaine Ginnold, Marin County Registrar of Voters; Does 1–10. (State of California Superior Court, County of Marin, Case CIV 096368) Trial.
16. January 2010. Kastanos et al. vs. Central Concrete Supply Co., Inc. (State of California Superior Court, County of Alameda, Lead Case No. HG 07-319366) Trial.
15. June 2009. Star Scientific, Inc., vs. R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, et al. (U.S. District Court, Maryland District, Northern Division, Case Nos. MJG-01 1504 and MJG-02 2504) Trial.
14. May 2009. Star Scientific, Inc., vs. R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, et al. (U.S. District Court, Maryland District, Northern Division, Case Nos. MJG-01 1504 and MJG-02 2504) Deposition.
13. July 2008. Coordination Proceeding Special Title (Rule 1550(b)) Cellphone Termination Fee Cases (State of California Superior Court, County of Alameda, Case 4332) Deposition.
12. April 2008. Coordination Proceeding Special Title (Rule 1550(b)) Cellphone Termination Fee Cases (State of California Superior Court, County of Alameda, Case 4332) Deposition.
11. August 2007. Self-Insurers’ Security Fund vs. Gallagher Bassett Services, Inc. (U.S. District Court, Northern District of California, Case No. C 06-02828 JSW) Deposition.
10. March 2007. Peter Wachtell vs. Capital One Financial Corporation and Capital One Services, Inc. (U.S. District Court, District of Idaho, Case No. CIV03-267-S-MHW) Deposition.
9. November 2006. Coordination Proceeding Special Title (Rule 1550(b)) Cellphone Termination Fee Cases (State of California Superior Court, County of Alameda, Case 4332) Deposition.
8. November 2006. ACLU vs. Gonzales (U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Civil Action No. 98-5591) Trial.
7. August 2006. ACLU vs. Gonzales (U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Civil Action No. 98-5591) Deposition.
6. December 2004. Star Scientific, Inc., vs. R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, et al. (U.S. District Court, Maryland District, Northern Division, Case Nos. MJG-01 1504 and MJG-02 2504) Trial.
5. December 2003. Richison et al. vs. American Cemwood Corporation (State of California Superior Court, San Joaquin County, Case No. 005532) Trial.
4. December 2003. Pacific Gas and Electric Co. vs. City and County of San Francisco (U.S. District Court, Northern District of California, Case No. C99-2071 VRW) Deposition.
3. May 2003. Richison et al. vs. American Cemwood Corporation (State of California Superior Court, San Joaquin County, Case No. 005532) Deposition.
2. May 1998. Testimony before the U.S. House of Representatives Subcommittee on the Census. Legislative hearing.
1. 1997. Testimony before the State of California Senate Committee on Natural Resources. Legislative hearing.

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