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PhD Colloquium on Voting 2019

University of Luxembourg (Campus Belval)

Organised in collaboration with INRIA Nancy Grand-Est

Venue

The colloquium will be located at the University of Luxembourg in Belval Campus, in MNO (Maison du Nombre) building, room 1.030. A map of the campus is available here: https://wwwen.uni.lu/contact/campus_belval
There are no registration fee.

Program

Day 1

10.00

Registration

 

10.15

Welcome

 

10.30

Itsaka Rakotonirina

Exploiting system symmetries for proving voting privacy

11.15

Damian Kurpiewski

An approach to verifying coercion-freeness in Pret a Voter using Tamarin

11.45

Simon Rastikian

Individual Verifiable Bulletin Board

12.05

Lunch Break

 

13.30

Tamara Finogina

Designated verification for an untrusted verifier

14.15

Karola Marky

Adding a layer of user experience to e-voting approaches

15.00

Break

 

15.30

Activity: Developing a voting protocol

17.00

End of day 1

 

Day 2

10.00

Roman Yakovliev

How can Blockchain e-voting system increase voters' turnout for the European Union elections?

10.45

Olayinka Olaoluwa

Development of a component-based model for a multimodal voting framework using coloured petri-nets

11.30

Marie-Laure Zollinger

Exploring mental models of voters with the Selene e-voting protocol

12.15

Lunch break

 

14.00

Activity: Analysing a voting protocol

16.00

End of Day 2

 

Call for Papers

This seminar continues a tradition of PhD workshops on e-voting. Since 2006, the seminar focuses on current research of PhD students on various aspects of e-voting including technical aspects, legal challenges, identity management, verifiability of the vote, etc.

The goal of the seminar series is to foster understanding and collaboration between PhD students from various disciplines. To this end, the program allows space for discussion and initiating collaboration based on presentations by attendees.

The target audience is:
    ■    PhD students directly in the field of e-voting (computer scientists, mathematicians, logicians, legal experts, public administration, political science, social scientists, cryptographers, anthropologists, etc.);
    ■    PhD students in related areas, where privacy, authentication, integrity and trust play a role, and for whom e-voting constitutes an interesting application domain;
    ■    Master students in e-voting and related areas are welcome to participate. Proposals for presentations will be considered if possible.
    ■    Academics and professionals with an interest in the topic of e-voting and who are willing to assist the participating PhD students with their research are welcome to join the seminar.

Contribution

Participants who wish to present their work will be able to submit a proposal of some two pages length through the EasyChair page of the colloquium https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=phdv2019. This includes recent work, ideas for papers or open problems, or other issues where feedback from colleagues would be helpful etc.
In particular, we encourage participants to present their topic even if they are not advanced in their research. Please precise in your document wether you prefer to give a short  (15+10min of discussion) or a long presentation (30+15min of discussion).

Important dates

Chairs

PhD Seminar Series Steering Committee

  • Robert Krimmer, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia
  • Melanie Volkamer, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, Germany

Additional Information

For information and general enquiries please contact us at marie-laure.zollinger@uni.lu or itsaka.rakotonirina@loria.fr