9th Workshop on Advances in Secure Electronic Voting


A Workshop Associated with Financial Crypto 2024
March 8, 2024
Curacao Marriott Beach Resort
Willemstad, Curaçao


Secure voting protocols, such as cryptographically end-to-end verifiable (E2E-V) schemes, have been a hot topic of research for the past two decades. Voting poses many challenges: the precise characterization of subtle properties, including verifiability and coercion resistance, accountability, and the design and analysis of schemes providing these properties in a complex, hostile environment. The field requires a deep understanding of modern crypto and information security, but it is also highly interdisciplinary, requiring knowledge of the role of governments, voters, physical components, procedures, legal and regulatory aspects, etc.

Program Chairs

Jurlind BudurushiBaden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University Karlsruhe, Germany
Oksana KulykIT University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Program Committee

Roberto Araujo Universidade Federal do Pará (UFPA)
Josh Benaloh MSR
Matthew Bernhard University of Michigan
Jurlind Budurushi Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University Karlsruhe
Jeremy Clark Concordia University
Costantin Catalin Dragan University of Surrey
Aleksander Essex Western University
Tamara Finogina Polytechnic University of Catalonia
Kristian Gjøsteen Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Rolf Haenni Bern University of Applied Sciences
Thomas Heines Queensland University of Technology
Oksana Kulyk IT University of Copenhagen
Johannes Mueller University of Luxembourg
Olivier Pereira UCLouvain
Daniel Rausch University of Stuttgart
Peter Roenne University of Luxembourg
Peter Y. A. Ryan University of Luxembourg
Carsten Schuermann IT University of Copenhagen
Philip Stark University of California, Berkeley
Vanessa Teague Thinking Cybersecurity