The E-Vote-ID conference is the leading international event for e-voting experts from all over the world. It will take place from 5-8 October 2021. Given the current pandemic situation and the experience with 2020 edition, the conference will be organized in a virtual format.
One of its major objectives is to provide a forum for interdisciplinary and open discussion on various aspects of all forms of electronic voting. The conference brings together e-voting specialists working in academia, politics, government, and the industry. Cumulatively, over the past sixteen years more than 1,000 experts from over 70 countries have attended to discuss electronic voting and related topics. It is held in an academic format with 30 presentation that were selected by an international programme committee consisting of top experts on electronic voting.
This year's keynote speakers will provide insightful perspectives on their area of expertise.
- Toomas Hendrik Ilves: former President of Estonia
- Matt Masterson: Non-Resident Policy Fellow, Stanford Internet Observatory
- Daniel Popescu: Head of the Department of Democracy and Governance, Council of Europe
For more information please see our website at www.e-vote-id.org.
Registrations are now open!
Day 1 (Oct 5) - The first day of the E-Vote-ID provides a platform for PhD students to present their work in the Demo Session.
Day 2 (Oct 6) - The conference will be formally opened with opening statements from the organizers, as well as supporting organizations. After a keynote speech, we will have the first round of presentation.
Day 3 (Oct 7) - This conference day will hold a keynote speech, presentations and informal discussion rounds.
Day 4 (Oct 8) - The last day of the E-Vote-ID 2021 starts off with a keynote and will be followed by the last round of presentations. At the end of the day, we will award the best papers and close the conference with the official closing ceremony.