Dubuis, Eric

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Journal Article

Serdült, Uwe; Dubuis, Eric; Glaser, Andreas (2017). Elektronischer versus brieflicher Stimmkanal im Vergleich : Überprüfbarkeit, Sicherheit und Qualität der Stimmabgabe. Jusletter IT, 21.09., pp. 1-17. Weblaw

Book Section

Dubuis, Eric (2019). E-Demokratie: E-Voting In: Handbuch E-Government: Technikinduzierte Verwaltungsentwicklung (pp. 457-470). Wiesbaden: Springer 10.1007/978-3-658-21402-9_39

Haenni, Rolf; Dubuis, Eric; Koenig, Reto E.; Locher, Philipp (2018). Process Models for Universally Verifiable Elections In: Electronic Voting. E-Vote-ID 2018. Lecture Notes in Computer Science: Vol. 11143 (pp. 84-99). Cham: Springer 10.1007/978-3-030-00419-4_6

Haenni, Rolf; Locher, Philipp; Koenig, Reto; Dubuis, Eric (2017). Pseudo-Code Algorithms for Verifiable Re-Encryption Mix-Nets In: Financial Cryptography and Data Security. FC 2017. Lecture Notes in Computer Science: Vol. 10323 (pp. 370-384). Springer 10.1007/978-3-319-70278-0_23

Dubuis, Eric; Fischli, Stephan; Haenni, Rolf; Hauser, Severin; Koenig, Reto; Locher, Philipp; Ritter, J.; von Bergen, Philémon von (2013). Verifizierbare Internet-Wahlen an Schweizer Hochschulen mit UniVote In: Horbach, M. (ed.) INFORMATIK 2013 – Informatik angepasst an Mensch, Organisation und Umwelt. LNI P-220 (pp. 767-788). Bonn: Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V.

Conference or Workshop Item

Haenni, Rolf; Dubuis, Eric; Koenig, Reto; Locher, Philipp (2020). CHVote: Sixteen Best Practices and Lessons Learned In: E-Vote-ID'20, 5th International Joint Conference on Electronic Voting. LNCS: Vol. 12455 (pp. 95-111). Springer 10.1007/978-3-030-60347-2_7

Haenni, Rolf; Dubuis, Eric; Koenig, Reto; Locher, Philipp (2018). Process Models for Universally Verifiable Elections In: Krimmer, R.; Volkamer, M.; Cortier, V.; and U. Serdült, R. Goréand M. Hapsara; Duenas-Cid, D. (eds.) E-Vote-ID'18, 3rd International Joint Conference on Electronic Voting. LNCS: Vol. 11143 (pp. 84-99). Bregenz, Austria: Springer

Haenni, Rolf; Koenig, Reto; Dubuis, Eric (2017). Cast-as-Intended Verification in Electronic Elections Based on Oblivious Transfer In: 12th International Joint Conference on Electronic Voting, E-Vote-ID 2016. Lecture Notes in Computer Science: Vol. 10141 (pp. 73-91). Springer International Publishing

Haenni, Rolf; Locher, Philipp; Koenig, Reto; Dubuis, Eric (2017). Pseudo-Code Algorithms for Verifiable Re-Encryption Mix-Nets In: Brenner, M.; Rohloff, K.; Bonneau, J.; Miller, A.; Ryan, P. Y. A.; Teague, V.; Bracciali, A.; Sala, M.; Pintore, F.; Jakobsson, M. (eds.) Financial Cryptography and Data Security 2017, International Workshops,. LNCS: Vol. 10323 (pp. 370-384). Silema, Malta: Springer

Dubuis, Eric; Fischli, Stephan; Haenni, Rolf; Serdült, Uwe; Spycher, Oliver (2011). Selectio Helvetica: A Verifiable Remote E-Voting System In: Parycek, P.; Kripp, M.; Edelmann, N. (eds.) CeDEM11, 1st International Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government. Krems, Austria. 5-6 May 2011.

Spycher, O.; Haenni, Rolf; Dubuis, Eric (2010). Coercion-Resistant Hybrid Voting Systems In: Krimmer, R.; Grimm, R. (eds.) EVOTE'10, 4th International Workshop on Electronic Voting. Lecture Notes in Informatics (pp. 269-282). Research Institute for Security in the Information Society RISIS

Koenig, Reto E.; Dubuis, Eric; Haenni, Rolf (2010). Why Public Registration Boards are Required in E-Voting Systems Based on Threshold Blind Signature Protocols In: Krimmer, R.; Grimm, R. (eds.) EVOTE'10, 4th International Workshop on Electronic Voting. Lecture Notes in Informatics (pp. 255-266). Research Institute for Security in the Information Society RISIS

Journal or Series

Schnell, Fabian; Ammann, Matthias; Dubuis, Eric (2019). Digitale Direkte Demokratie - Schweizer Volksrechte stärken Avenir Suisse

Other

Dubuis, Eric; Haenni, Rolf; Koenig, Reto (2012). Konzept und Implikationen eines verifizierbaren Vote Électronique Systems

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