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[liberationtech] FW: [EL] CFP for EVT/WOTE 2012 now available...

David Jandura djandura at ifes.org
Tue Mar 20 07:00:17 PDT 2012


I'm forwarding this message, originally from the Election Law listserv, as I think the event/CFP would be of interest to many on this list as well.

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-----Original Message-----
From: law-election-bounces at department-lists.uci.edu [mailto:law-election-bounces at department-lists.uci.edu] On Behalf Of Joseph Lorenzo Hall
Sent: Friday, March 16, 2012 12:47 PM
To: Election Law List
Subject: [EL] CFP for EVT/WOTE 2012 now available...



FYI for voting technology scholars...



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https://www.usenix.org/conference/evtwote12/call-for-papers



Overview



In many countries, most votes are counted and transported electronically, but there are numerous practical and policy implications of introducing electronic machines into the voting process. Both voting technology and its regulations are very much in flux, with open concerns including accuracy, reliability, robustness, security, transparency, equality, privacy, usability, and accessibility.



USENIX is sponsoring the 2012 Electronic Voting Technology Workshop/Workshop on Trustworthy Elections (EVT/WOTE '12). EVT/WOTE brings together researchers from a variety of disciplines, ranging from computer science and human-computer interaction experts through political scientists, legal experts, election administrators, and voting equipment vendors. EVT/WOTE seeks to publish original research on important problems in all aspects of electronic voting.



EVT/WOTE '12 will be a two-day event, Monday, August 6, and Tuesday, August 7, 2012, co-located with the 21st USENIX Security Symposium in Bellevue, WA. In addition to paper presentations, the workshop may include panel discussions with substantial time devoted to questions and answers. The workshop papers will be published electronically.

Attendance at the workshop will be open to the public, although talks and refereed paper presentations will be by invitation only. There will be an award for the best paper.



Conference Organizers:



Program Co-Chairs

J. Alex Halderman, University of Michigan Olivier Pereira, Université catholique de Louvain



Program Committee

Ben Adida, Mozilla

Josh Benaloh, Microsoft Research

Jeremy Clark, Carleton University

Jeremy Epstein, SRI International

Joseph Lorenzo Hall, New York University James Heather, University of Surrey Candice Hoke, C|M|Law, Cleveland State University Sharon Laskowski, NIST Tal Moran, IDC Herzliya Eric Rescorla, RTFM, Inc.

Ronald L. Rivest, MIT EECS

Peter Y. A. Ryan, University of Luxembourg Mark D. Ryan, University of Birmingham Hovav Shacham, University of California, San Diego Alexander Shvartsman, University of Connecticut Philip B. Stark, University of California, Berkeley Vanessa Teague, University of Melbourne Melanie Volkamer, TU Darmstadt David Wagner, University of California, Berkeley Dan S. Wallach, Rice University Douglas Wikström, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm





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Joseph Lorenzo Hall

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Media, Culture and Communication

New York University

https://josephhall.org/

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