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E-Vote-ID 2019

Fourth International Joint Conference on Electronic Voting
Bregenz, Austria, 1-4 October 2019


Twitter: @evotingcc
Hashtag: #EVoteID2019





Anne-Marie Oostveen
Oliver Spycher (Swiss Federal Chancellery, Switzerland) and Philipp Egger (State Chancellery of St. Gallen)
Dan Zimmerman (Principal Researcher at Galois and co-founder of Free & Fair)


Accepted Papers can be found at


Track on Posters & E-Voting System Demo

Chair: Rønne, Peter (University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg)
We invite demonstrations of electronic voting systems and related software, and posters on e-voting topics in general, to be presented in an open session on Tuesday 1 October before the welcome reception. Participation is open to all participants at the conference, but for demos we request a Short Paper (two pages) by 15 September submitted via Easychair describing system requirements and properties, e.g.:
- whether the system is intended for use in controlled (i.e. in polling stations) or uncontrolled environments (i.e. remotely via the Internet or in kiosks);
- which types of elections it accommodates;
- whether it addresses needs of voters with disabilities;
- what sort of verifiability it provides;
- the extent to which it guarantees voter privacy;
- whether it has been deployed in a real election;
- how to obtain more information.

This year we also invite presentation of posters of preliminary or finished work on the topics mentioned in the other tracks below. Poster presentations will give you a chance to present your work and get feedback from other attendees. To join the session it is necessary to prepare a Short Paper of maximum two pages or the poster itself, and submit this by 15 September via Easychair. The participants will have to print and bring the posters themselves, and these will not appear in the proceedings.

Submission link:

Deadline for Demo and Poster submissions: 15 September 2019


This is the fourth time one of the leading international events for e-voting experts from all over the world has convened, and the 15th anniversary of the first e-voting conference taking place in Bregenz (Austria).
The conference will take place in October 2019, and one of its major objectives will be to provide a forum for interdisciplinary and open discussion of all issues relating to electronic voting. The first 3 times the conference was held, visitors numbered a total of more than 300 participants, discussing 95 presentations.
On the occasion of the 15th anniversary, papers focusing on a review of conference archives will be especially welcome.
The aim of the conference is to bring e-voting specialists working in academia, politics, government and industry together, in order to discuss various aspects of all forms of electronic voting (including, but not limited to, polling stations, kiosks, ballot scanners and remote voting by electronic means) in the four following tracks below, and in a PhD colloquium:


Format of the Conference
The format of the conference will be a three-day meeting. The PhD Colloquium and the Demonstration Session take place on the day before the formal conference begins. No parallel sessions will be held, and sufficient room will be provided for informal communication.


The conference will be held in the Renaissance Castle Hofen in Lochau/Bregenz on the shores of Lake Constance in Austria. A welcoming reception will be organized for all conference participants in Castle Hofen on the evening of 1 October, where the conference dinner will also take place on 3 October and will feature the traditional “cheese road”.



General Chairs
Krimmer, Robert (Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia)
Volkamer, Melanie (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany)

Track Chairs

Track on Security, Usability, and Technical Issues
Cortier, Véronique (CNRS, France)
Beckert, Bernhard (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany)
Küsters, Ralf (University of Stuttgart, Germany)

Track on Administrative, Legal, Political, and Social Issues
Serdült, Uwe (University of Zurich, Switzerland, and Ritsumeikan University, Japan)
Duenas-Cid, David (Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia and Kozminski University, Poland)

Track on Elections and Practical Experiences
Helbach, Jörg (Rheinische Fachhochschule Köln, Germany)

PhD Colloquium
Koenig, Reto (University of Applied Science Berne, Switzerland)
Driza Maurer, Ardita (Zentrum für Demokratie Aarau ZDA / University of Zurich, Switzerland)

Outreach Chairs
Rønne, Peter (University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg)
Krivonosova, Iuliia (Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia)

Track on Security, Usability, and Technical Issues Programme Committee
Arapinis, Myrto (The University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom)
Benaloh, Josh (Microsoft Research, USA)
Endriss, Ulle (University of Amsterdam)
Essex, Aleksander (Western University, Canada)
Galindo, David (University of Birmingham, UK)
Gibson, Paul (Telecom SudParis, France)
Gjosteen, Kristian (NTNU Trondheim, Norway)
Gore, Rajeev (Australian National University, Australia)
Grimm, Rüdiger (University of Koblenz, Germany)
Haenni, Rolf (Bern University of Applied Science, Switzerland)
Haines, Thomas (Polyas, Denmark)
Kulyk, Oksana (TU Darmstadt, Germany)
Pereira, Olivier (UC Louvain, Belgium)
Rønne, Peter (University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg)
Ryan, Mark (University of Birmingham, United Kingdom)
Ryan, Peter Y.A. (University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg)
Schneider, Steve (University of Surrey, UK)
Schoenmakers, Berry (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Schürmann, Carsten (IT University Copenhagen, Denmark)
Stark, Philip (University of Berkeley, USA)
Teague, Vanessa (University of Melbourne, Australia)
Truderung, Tomasz (Polyas, Germany)
Warinschi, Bogdan (University of Bristol, United Kingdom)
Wen, Roland (UNSW Sydney, Australia)
Willemson, Jan (Cybernetica, Estonia)

Track on Administrative, Legal, Political and Social Science Programme Committee
Aranyossy, Marta (Corvinus University, Hungary)
Barrat, Jordi (EVOL2 – eVoting Research Lab, Spain)
Braun Binder, Nadja (University of Zurich, Switzerland)
Germann, Micha (KU Leuven, Belgium)
Goodman, Nicole (University of Toronto, Canada)
Hall, Thad (University of Utah, USA)
James, Toby (University of East Anglia, United Kingdom)
Kalvet, Tarmo (Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia)
Masso, Anu (Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia)
Mecinas, Juan Manuel (Universidad de las Américas Puebla, Mexico)
Musial-Karg, Magdalena (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland)
Nemaslaki, András (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary)
Nurmi, Hannu (University of Turku, Finland)
Pammett, Jon (University of Carleton, Canada)
Reniu, Josep Maria (University of Barcelona, Spain)
Sasvari, Peter (National University of Public Service, Hungary)
Vinkel, Priit (National Election Commission, Estonia)

Track on Election and Practical Experience Programme Committee
Bismark, David (Votato, Sweden)
Bull, Christian (Telenor, Norway)
Caarls, Susanne (Independent Expert, Netherlands)
Catozzi, Gianpiero (EC-UNDP, Belgium)
Driza Maurer, Ardita (Independent Expert, Switzerland)
Franklin, Joshua (NIST, USA)
Loeber, Leontine (Council of State, Netherlands)
Martin-Rozumilowicz, Beata (IFES, Washington)
McDermott, Ronan (Independent Expert, Switzerland)
Petrov, Goran (Independent Expert, Macedonia)
Plante, Stephanie (University of Ottawa, Canada)
Spycher, Oliver (Federal Chancellery, Switzerland)
Vollan, Kåre (Quality AS, Norway)
Wolf, Peter (International IDEA, Stockholm)
Wenda, Gregor (Federal Ministry of the Interior, Austria)
Yard, Mike (IFES, Libya)

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