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Frauke Kreuter

Professor, Joint Program in Survey Methodology at the University of Maryland; Professor of Methods and Statistics, University of Mannheim; Head of Statistical Methods, German Institute for Employment Research in Nuremberg

Published onApr 10, 2020
Frauke Kreuter

Frauke Kreuter is Professor in the Joint Program in Survey Methodology at the University of Maryland, Professor of Methods and Statistics at the University of Mannheim, and head of the statistical methods group at the German Institute for Employment Research in Nuremberg. Frauke serves on several advisory boards for National Statistical Institutes around the world, and within the Federal Statistical System in the United States. Frauke is a Gertrude Cox Award winner, which recognizes statisticians who have made significant breakthroughs in statistical practice, inaugural recipient of the Links-Lecture Award honoring advancements of official statistics, and elected fellow of the American Statistical Association. She is co-founder of the Coleridge Initiative providing access and training to work with confidential micro-data for government employees, and founder of the International Program in Survey and Data Science. Her research focuses on privacy and on improving data quality through advancements in data collection and analysis, disseminated among other places in her MOOCs on Coursera.


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