International Workshop on Requirements Engineering for Electronic Voting Systems
Trento, Italy - August 29, 2011
(In Conjunction with RE'11 )
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(Tentative) Program

Workshop Format and Duration

REVOTE 2011 will be a one-day workshop. In particular, we plan to organize an event based on the following four types of sessions:

  • Traditional presentations where every presenter will have about 15 minutes for the presentation in duration plus 5 minutes for the discussion (i.e., question time for every paper).
  • Invited speaker presentation where Robert Krimmer (a senior advisor on New Voting Technology ODIHR) will discuss his international experiences on trends of e-voting: Neutral observation, system development, verifiability, security evaluation (DO NOT MISS IT!)
  • Panel Discussion where some requirements-focused challenges will be presented and will stimulate a discussion on themes connected with the event topics and involving all the workshop presenters/attendees. The topics of the discussion will be also defined with attendees before/during the same workshop (e.g., we can propose a forum focused on the definition of new collaborations and/or projects among the workshop attendees), in particular, according to their relevance for future collaboration and potentiality of coming EU funding proposal.

The final format and program will be announced.

(Tentative) Summary: August, 29 2011

Opening and Welcome

9.30 - 10:30

Invited speaker: Robert Krimmer

10.30 - 11.00

Coffee break

11.00 - 12.20

Session I: Voter Verifiability

12.20 - 13.25

Lunch break

13.30 - 15.00

Session II: Systems

15.00 - 15.30

Coffee break

15:30 - 16:30

Session III: Interfaces

16:30 - 17:30

Panel Discussion


Workshop closing and next REVOTE edition

Detailed Tentative Schedule

9:25 Opening and Welcome
9.30 Invited speaker: International trends of e-voting: Neutral observation, system development, verifiability, security evaluation
11:00 Session I: Voter Verifiability
11:00 Vote casting device with VV-SV-PAT for elections with complicated ballot: Melanie Volkamer, Jurlind Budurushi and Denise Demirel
11:30 A Modular Multi-Modal Specification of Real-Timed, End-To-End Voter-Verifiable Voting Systems: Simon Kramer and Peter Ryan.
12:00 Vote Verification through Open Standard: A Roadmap: Ali Fawzi Najm Al-Shammari, Komminist Weldemariam, Adolfo Villafiorita and Sergio Tessaris
12:20 Lunch Break
13:30 Session II: Systems
13:30 Systems
13:30 Ballot stuffing in a postal voting system: Veronique Cortier, Jérémie Detrey, Pierrick Gaudry, Frédéric Sur, Emmanuel Thomé, Mathieu Turuani and Paul Zimmermann
14:00 Side-channels and eVoting machine security: Defining vulnerabilities and requirements: Denise Demirel, Jurlind Budurushi and Melanie Volkamer
14:30 Robust Electronic Voting : Introducing Robustness in Civitas: Fatemeh Shirazi Hosseini Dokht, Stephan Neumann, Ines Ciolacu and Melanie Volkamer
15:00 Coffee Break
15:30 Session III: Interfaces
15:30 Focus Group Views on Pret a Voter 1.0 : Steve Schneider, Morgan Llewellyn, Chris Culnane, James Heather, Sriramkrishnan Srinivasan and Zhe Xia
16:00 Just Like Paper and the 3-colour protocol: a voting interface requirements engineering case study: J Paul Gibson, Damien Macnamara and Ken Oakley
16:30 Panel discussion
17:30 Workshop closing and next RE-Vote edition
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