[E-voting] [Fwd: [E-Voting-in-Europe] CfP Electronic Voting in
2nd to 4th of August 2006 in Bregenz/Austria next to the Swiss and German
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Wed Dec 7 21:46:30 GMT 2005
For the one of us doing reasearch in the field.
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Subject: [E-Voting-in-Europe] CfP Electronic Voting in Europe Workshop
2nd to 4th of August 2006 in Bregenz/Austria next to the Swiss and
Date: Wed, 7 Dec 2005 12:33:23 -0400
From: Robert Krimmer <robert.krimmer at wu-wien.ac.at>
To: <e-voting-in-europe at wu-wien.ac.at>
Please find attached the CfP for next years 2nd Workshop on Electronic
Voting which will again be held in the beautiful Castle Hofen from 2nd to
4th of August. This time there will also be the chance to visit the Bregenz
Festival on Friday Evening.
Also our meeting will be the academic review meeting of the Council of
Europe's recommendation on legal, technical and operational standards for
So we will be happy to receive your papers to have again a very interesting
and wonderful workshop on this so important topic for the electoral process.
In the name of the whole IPC,
The 2nd International Workshop on
Electronic Voting 2006
August, 2nd to 4th 2006
Bregenz, Austria at Lake Constance ad joint to Switzerland and Germany
Under the auspices of the
Secretary General of the Council of Europe, Mr. Terry DAVIS
Council of Europe (CoE)
ESF: European Science Foundation (ESF)
within the project TED: Towards Electronic Democracy
International Federation of Integrated Processing
Working Group 8.5 Information Systems in Public Administration
Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration
This workshop is the international meeting point for e-voting experts from
all over Europe and beyond to hold an interdisciplinary and open discussion
of all issues electronic voting involves. It is the continuation of the
successful 2004 E-Voting workshop in the same location. It also serves as
the academic review conference for the 2004 Recommendations on electronic
voting of the Council of Europe, preparing the Council of Europe's own
biennial review, and guarantees hereby heightened visibility for
presentations and papers.
The aim of this ESF TED Workshop is to bring together e-voting specialists
working in academia, politics, government and industry in order to
- Discuss all forms of electronic voting (including but not limited to
polling station, kiosk or remote voting by electronic means)
- Formulate the interdisciplinary issues involved (technology, law, politics
and society) in designing and implementing e-voting.
- Present new ways of solving the voting paradigm of unequivocal
identification of the voter and full anonymity of the vote.
- Report on implementations, their legal, organisational and technical
framework, the project experience made, and future plans.
- Analyse the interrelationship with and the effects of e-voting on,
democratic institutions and processes as well as voter behaviour.
- Conduct a social and political analysis of the effects of electronic
- Report on practical experience in implementing and conducting elections
with electronic voting parts.
- Discuss security requirements and testing in accordance to international
security standards i.e. Common Criteria or ITSEC.
- Evaluate electronic voting, the effects of it and how to evaluate
The idea of this workshop is to discuss the development in this field in a
3-day workshop that deals with the topics from a theoretical view as well as
practical case studies.
The workshop "Electronic Voting" will be held in the beautiful Renaissance
castle of Hofen at Lochau/Bregenz on the shores of Lake Constance in
Austria. Sufficient space will be given to informal communications. An
optional cultural program after the workshop is available by visiting the
Bregenz Opera Festival at the lake (see www.bregenzerfestspiele.com).
The working language of the workshop will be English.
The full paper submissions will be subject to a double-blind review.
Electronic submissions shall be made through the platform provided at
www.e-voting.cc/2006, which serves as an online-system for the whole review
Draft of the paper....................24th February 2006
Notification of acceptance .......... 3rd April 2006
Receipt of the final paper............28th April 2006
Accommodation is available at the workshop location either in the castle
itself and in hotels in walking distance.
Before 28th April 2006 ...... 175 EUR / student fee......100 EUR
After 28th April 2006.........275 EUR / student fee .....175 EUR
The registration fee covers participation in regular, poster and computer
sessions, one set of preprints, welcome party, coffee and non-alcoholic
drinks, conference dinner and three lunches.
If a registration is cancelled before June 30, 2006, 50 percent of the
registration fee will be refunded. No refund will be made after this date.
The proceedings will be sent by mail in any case.
All papers accepted for the Workshop will appear in the Workshop
Proceedings. The Workshop proceedings are intended to appear as an edition
in the GI Lecture Notes Series.
Best Paper Award
The IPC will award the best contribution presented at the Workshop.
Limited funding is available to PhD students on application basis. Please
apply by 30th of June to phd at e-voting.cc with the following content: title
and a short (1 page) abstract of your phd and why you want to take part in
International Programme Committee
F. Bannister, Ireland
N. Braun, Switzerland
T. Buchsbaum, Austria
T. Cresswell, USA
R. Grimm, Germany
M. Janssen, The Netherlands
S. French, United Kingdom
R. Krimmer, Austria
H. Nurmi, Finland
W. Polasek, Switzerland
A. Prosser, Austria
D. Rios, Spain
F. Ruggeri, Italy
D. Tokaji, USA
M. Volkamer, Germany
M. Wimmer, Germany
The Electronic Voting 2006 Workshop
A-1090 Vienna, Austria
E-Mail: 2006 at e-voting.cc
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