[Air-l] CFP: Workshop on >>e-Voting in Europe<< to be held 7th-9th july 2004 in Austria

Robert Krimmer robert.krimmer at gmx.at
Tue Dec 16 19:16:19 PST 2003

Dear Readers!

The European Science Foundation, the working group "e-Democracy" of
the Austrian Computer Society and the research group e-Voting.at are jointly
announcing the following call for papers for the workshop
"e-Voting in Europe" from 7th till 9th of July 2004. For more details
see below, http://e-voting.at/main.php?ID=80 and

Important Dates:

Draft of the paper....................15th February 2004 
Notification of acceptance .......... 15th March 2004 
Receipt of the final paper............23rd April 2004

Seasons Greetings,

Alexander Prosser
Robert Krimmer


Liebe Leserinnen und Leser!

Anbei finden sie den Call for Papers für die Tagung "e-Voting in
Europe" von 7.-9. Juli 2004 in Bregenz/Vorarlberg, die von der
European Science Foundation, der OCG und der Forschunsgruppe
e-Voting.at organisiert wird. Nähere Details finden sie unten und im
Anhang oder auf http://e-voting.at/main.php?ID=80. Die
Konferenzwebsite ist http://e-voting.at/ted.

Frohe Weihnachten und einen guten Rutsch wünschen

Alexander Prosser
Robert Krimmer


                    The ESF TED Workshop on

                  Electronic Voting in Europe

                 Technology, Law and Politics

                      Jointly Organized by

Working Group "e-Democracy" of the Austrian Computer Society (OCG)


Institute of Information Processing and Information Economics
University of Economics and Business Administration, Vienna 
                         (WU Vienna)

Supported by

                ESF: European Science Foundation (ESF)

within the project

                  TED: Towards Electronic Democracy

                 Internet-based Complex Decision Support


The aim of this ESF Workshop is to bring together e-voting specialists
working in academia, government and industry in order to 

- Formulate the issues involved (technology, law and politics) in
implementing e-voting. 
- Report on implementations, their legal, organisational and technical
framework, the project experience made and future plans. 
- Analyse the effects of e-voting on our democratic system and voter


The idea of this workshop is to discuss the development in this field
in a 3-day workshop with 2 tracks that deal with the topics from a
theoretical view as well as real-world case studies. 

- Implementation issues of e-voting, whether technical or legal,
preferably combined with their application in real or test elections. 
- Social and political analysis of the effects of electronic voting.


The workshop "Electronic Voting in Europe" will be held in
Bregenz/Austria (Lake of Constance). There will be no parallel
sessions and sufficient space will be given to informal

Working language 

The working language of the workshop will be English. 

Contributed papers 

The full paper submissions will be subject to a double-blind review. 
Electronic submissions shall be made through the platform provided at
http://e-Voting.at/ted or by e-mail to e-voting at wu-wien.ac.at, which
serves as an online-system for the whole review process. 


Draft of the paper....................15th February 2004 
Notification of acceptance .......... 15th March 2004 
Receipt of the final paper............23rd April 2004


Participants are responsible for their accommodation. The organisers
will reserve blocks of accommodations at the conference location. 


Before 25th April 2004 ...... 150 EUR / student fee.......75 EUR 
After 25th April 2004.........200 EUR / student fee .....100 EUR

The registration fee covers participation in regular, poster and
computer sessions, one set of preprints, welcome party, conference
dinner and three lunches. 

If you cancel your registration before May 31, 2004, you will obtain
50 percent of the registration fee 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 Lecture Notes in Computer Sciences of the

Best Paper Award 

The IPC will award the best contribution presented at the Workshop. 


Accommodation for the participants of the Workshop is possible in the
conference location hotels nearby the conference location. 

International Programme Committee 

A. Prosser, Austria Chairman 
W. Polasek, Switzerland 
N. Braun, Switzerland 
J. Scholl, USA 
R. Traunmüller, Austria 

National Organisation Committee 

R. Krimmer Chairman 
R. Kofler Web 

General Enquiries 

Prof. Alexander Prosser 
The ESF TED e-voting workshop 
Institute of Information Business and Information Economics 
WU Vienna, Pappenheimgasse 35/5, A-1200 Vienna, Austria 

Phone: +43/1/31336/5615, Fax: +43/1/31336/905622 
E-Mail: e-Voting at wu-wien.ac.at
Web: http://e-Voting.at/ted

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