Proceedings 2006

The Proceedings and the videos of the EVOTE2006 can be downloaded here. The Proceedings are available as book or as the single papers. The following topics are covered: e-voting experiences, legal, social, political, technical, security-related and democratic issues of e-voting, e-voting solutions as well as the implementation and observation of e-voting systems.

Citation: AUTOR(EN) (2006) TITEL. In: Krimmer, R., Grimm, R.: Electronic Voting 2010. Proceedings of the 4th Conference on Electronic Voting P-167, LNI GI Series, Bonn.

Introductory Session

Robert Krimmer pp. 9-12

Session 1: E-Voting Experiences

E-voting in Estonia 2005. The first practice of country-wide binding Internet voting in the world
Ülle Madise, Tarvi Martens p. 15-26

Swiss E-Voting Pilot Projects: Evaluation, Situation Analysis and How to Proceed
Nadja Braun, Daniel Brändli p. 27-36

Session 2: Social, Technical, and Political Issues of E-Voting

Contributions to traditional electronic voting systems in order to reinforce citizen confidence
Ana Gómez, Sergio Sánchez Garcia, Emilia Pérez Belleboni p. 39-49

A preliminary question: Is e-voting actually useful for our democratic institutions? What do we need it for?
Jordi Barrat Esteve p. 51-60

How e-voting technology challenges traditional concepts of citizenship: an analysis of French voting rituals
Laurence Monnoyer-Smith p. 61-68

Session 3: Legal and Democratic Issues of E-Voting

The electoral legislation of the Basque autonomous community regarding electronic vote
Rosa M. Fernández, Esther González, José Manuel Vera p. 71-83

E-Voting in Brazil – The Risks to Democracy
José Rodrigues-Filho, Cynthia J. Alexander, Luciano C. Batista p. 85-94

Session 4: Analyzing Solutions for the Uncontrolled Environment

Multiple Casts in Online Voting: Analyzing Chances
Melanie Volkamer, Rüdiger Grimm p. 97-106

How to create trust in electronic voting over an untrusted platform
Gerhard Skagestein, Are Vegard Haug, Einar Nødtvedt, Judith Rossebø p. 107-116

Session 5: Redesigning Workflows for Electronic Voting

A generic re-engineering methodology for the organized redesign of the electoral process to an e-electoral process
Alexandros Xenakis, Ann Macintosh p. 119-130

Election Workflow Automation – Canadian Experiences
Goran Obradovic, James Hoover, Nick Ikonomakism, John Poulos p. 131-141

Session 6: Observing E-Voting

A Methodology for Auditing e-Voting Processes and Systems used at the Elections for the Portuguese Parliament
João Falcão e Cunha, Mário Jorge Leitão, João Pascoal Faria, Miguel Pimenta Monteiro, Maria Antónia Carravilla p. 145-154

Voting in Uncontrolled Environment and the Secrecy of the Vote
Kåre Vollan p. 155-169

Coercion-Resistant Electronic Elections with Observer
Jörn Schweisgut p. 171-177

Session 7: Implementing E-Voting

Maintaining Democratic Values in e-Voting with eVACS
Carol Boughton p. 181-190

Transition to electronic voting and citizen participation
Letizia Caporusso, Carlo Buzzi, Giolo Fele, Pierangelo Peri, Francesca Sartori p. 191-200

Session 8: Security for E-Voting

Security Requirements for Non-political Internet Voting
Rüdiger Grimm, Robert Krimmer, Nils Meißner, Kai Reinhard, Melanie Volkamer, Marcel Weinand p. 203-212

Online Voting Project – New Developments in the Voting System and Consequently Implemented Improvement in the Representation of Legal Principles
Klaus Diehl, Sonja Weddeling p. 213-222

Session 9: Political Views and Democratic Challenges

The Voting Challenges in e-Cognocracy
Joan Josep Piles, José Luis Salazar, José Ruíz, José María Moreno-Jiménez p. 225-235

E-Voting in Slovenia: The view of parliamentary deputies
Tina Jukić, Mirko Vintar p. 237-248