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This is the ninth edition of the leading international event for e-voting experts from all over the world, taking place in Tarragona, October 2-4, 2024.

One of E-Vote-lD's major objectives is to provide a forum for inter-disciplinary and open discussion of all issues related to electronic voting (including, but not limited to, polling stations, kiosks, ballot scanners, and Internet voting). In the first eight editions, over 270 presentations were discussed, gathering more than 1000 participants. The format of the conference is an in-place three-day meeting. No parallel sessions will be held and sufficient space will be given for informal communication.

General Conference Chairs: Duenas-Cid, David (Kozminski University, Poland), Volkamer, Melanie (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany), Roenne, Peter (University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg).

Local Chairs: Castellà, Jordi (Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Catalonia) and Barrat, Jordi, (Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Catalonia).

Track 1: Security, Usability and Technical Issues

Chairs: Budurushi, Jurlind (DHBW Karlsruhe, Germany) and Blom, Michelle (The University of Melbourne, Australia)

Track 2: Governance Issues

Chairs: Spycher-Krivonosova, Iuliia (University of Bern, Switzerland) and Rodríguez, Adrià (Scytl and Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Catalonia).

This track is intended to cover all non-technical issues that occur during the digital transformation of elections including, but not limited to the following:

Track 3: Election and Practical Experiences

Chairs: Martin-Rozumilowicz, Beata (Independent Electoral Expert, UK) and Spycher, Oliver (Swiss Federal Chancellery, Switzerland)

These experiences and practical reports need not contain original research, but must be an accurate, complete, and, where applicable, evidence-based account of the technology or system used.

Track 4: Posters and Demonstrations

Chair: Kirsten, Michael (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany).

We invite Posters depicting new ideas or approaches you want to discuss with the community or summarizing papers you have published on other venues but think are important for the E-Vote-ID community to know and to discuss. A Short Paper (see section on paper submission and proceedings) is requested. If it relates to already published papers, we ask you to provide the information where to find the original publication and whether you want the Short Paper being included in the proceedings or not (due to potential copyright restrictions of the main paper).

Further, we invite demonstrations of electronic voting systems or parts thereof. We request a Short Paper describing the main properties (type of system local/remote; kind of elections the system is intended for, e.g. legally binding elections to parliament, non-political elections within associations etc: support for voters with disabilities; which security properties are fulfilled (incl. verifiability, voter privacy, etc.); how to receive further information about the system, e.g. where the source code is published).

Track 5: PhD Colloquium

Chairs: Debant, Alexandre (CNRS, France) and Passanti, Cecilia (Université Paris Cité, France)

The goal of the colloquium is to foster the understanding and academic quality of PhD students' contributions in collaboration with senior researchers in the field. Further the collaboration between PhD students from various disciplines working on e-voting is supported. To this end, the program allows plenty of space for discussion and initiating collaboration based on presentations by attendees.

Each interested participant should ideally submit their research proposal (or alternatively ideas for papers, open problems, or other issues where feedback from colleagues would be helpful etc.) in the form of an extended draft using the conference platform. High-potential master students can also submit their work to the colloquium.

The PhD Colloquium takes place on the day before the formal conference begins.

Conference Fees

Early Bird Registration Late Registration
Regular 400 550
Presenter 650 700
Student 250 250

All prices are in EUR

Organizers

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Kozminski University
University of Luxembourg
Universitat Rovira i Virgili

Sponsors

Port of Tarragona
KASTEL Security Research Labs