Presentations delivered on E-voting are available as follows:

Ms Sarah Birch, Dr (Essex University, United Kingdom): "The social Dimension of Electronic Voting: How the Use of Technology in the Voting Process can alter the Meaning of Elections"Mr John Borras (Director of Technology Policy, Office of e-Envoy, United Kingdom): "Technical standards for e-voting"Mr Michael Chevallier (State of Geneva, Switzerland): "Internet voting, status, perspectives and issues"Mr Lajos Farkas (Main adviser on informatics, Ministry of the Interior, Hungary): "A short overview on the introduction of e-voting in Hungary"Mr Michael Remmert (Project Manager, Integrated project "Making democratic institutions work" Council of Europe): "Towards European standards on e-voting: The Council of Europe's draft recommendation on legal, operational and technical aspects of e-voting"Mr Jenő Szép, Dr (E-voting expert, ACEEEO): "E-voting - a view from Central and Eastern Europe"Ms Kate Sullivan (Assistant Director Policy, The Electoral Commission, United Kingdom): "The shape of UK elections to come"
Mr Alexander A. Veshnyakov (Chairman of the Central Election Commission, Russian Federation): "Automated systems in the election process"