The event will take place :
* Sunday May 17, 2-7pm, IDC campus
* Monday May 18, 10-3pm, TAU campus
Day 1Welcome Day I and Dr. Ben Adida, Harvard University: Voting Security - an Overview
Prof. Avi Rubin, Johns Hopkins University: The state of electronic voting in the U.S.
Mr. Boaz Dolev, Israel Ministry of Finance: Laying the groundwork for electronic elections in Israel
Mr. Amit Ashkenazi, Israel Ministry of Justice: Legislation for computerized elections in Israel
Dr. Rivka Weil, IDC: The Big Brother and the Slippery Slope: On the Challenges of e-Voting
Prof. Peter Ryan, University of Luxemburg: The perils and opportunities of electronic voting
Mr. Michael Eitan, Minister of Government Services voting
Panel: Computerized elections in Israel. Moderator: Dr. Alon Rosen, IDC. Participants: Dr. Ben Adida, Mr. Amit Ashkenazi, Mr. Boaz Dolev, Ms. Tamar Edri (Head of Israeli General Elections Committee), Prof. Avi Rubin, Prof. Peter Ryan.
Day 2Welcome Day 2 and Dr. Michael Birnhack, Tel-Aviv University: Designing Law into Technology
Prof. Camil Fuchs, Tel-Aviv University, Statistics: If It Ain't Broke, Don't Fix It
*Prof. Itzchak Gilboa, Tel-Aviv University: An Overview of Voting Theory from the Economics Perspective
Prof. Yechiel Klar, Tel-Aviv University: Does the Voting Procedure Matter? A Social Psychology Perspective
Prof. Peter Ryan, University of Luxembourg: Advances in high assurance voting systems
Dr. Ben Adida, Harvard University: Helios – Real World Open-audit Voting
Panel: Electronic voting: Future aspirations Moderator: Prof. Moni Naor, Department of Computer Science, Weizmann Institute of Science Participants: Dr. Ben Adida, Prof. Itzchak Gilboa, Dr. Yechiel Klar, Prof. Avi Rubin, Prof. Peter Ryan
Advances in information technology bring great potential benefits to our
lives and our society. However, along with these benefits comes the
danger of greater harm as a result of misuse or malicious behavior.