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Wednesday, May 17 • 12:50pm - 1:50pm
An Informed Discussion of Online Voting

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You might think that giving people the ability to vote online would solve a lot of problems. Unfortunately it's not that simple. The good news is that there is actual federally funded research regarding the feasibly of online voting, so we can have an informed, research based conversation about the challenges. The bad news is that many of the issues are not technical, but legal, administrative, and political.

Moderators
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David Beirne

Director, Federal Voting Assistance Program
Executive with fifteen years of experience in the field of government relations, communications, project management and personnel administration; Career demonstrates an aggressive progression to senior executive level with increasing scope of responsibilities transitioning from l... Read More →

Speakers
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David Dill

Professor, Computer Science, Stanford University
Dill has interests in computational systems biology as well as the theory and application of formal verification techniques to system designs, which encompass hardware, protocols, and software. He has also done research in asynchronous circuit verification and synthesis, and in v... Read More →
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Joe Kiniry

CEO and Chief Scientist, Free & Fair
Dr. Kiniry is the CEO and Chief Scientist of Free & Fair, a Galois spin-out focusing on high-assurance elections technologies and services. He is also the Research Lead at Galois of several programs: Rigorous Software Engineering, Verifiable Elections, High-assurance Cryptography... Read More →
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Gregory Miller

Co-Founder & Chief Development Officer, OSET Institute
Gregory is one of two co-founders and Chief Development Officer for the U.S. based Open Source Election Technology (OSET) Institute, a non-profit 501.c.3 public benefit corporation headquartered in the Silicon Valley. He leads all aspects of the Institute's resource development, corporate partner R&D alliances, public outreach, election official stakeholder relations, and government and legal affairs. OSET is an election technology research and development institute working with elections officials across the country to create publicly available election technology to increase confidence in elections and their outcomes and because we all deserve a better voting experience. The mission is simple: increase integrity; improve turnout; and lower taxpayer cost. The strategy is delivery. To do this, the Institute is tackling the lack of verifiable, accurate, secure and transparent publicly available election technology primarily in the U.S., but with intentions of global availability. The Institute's flagship effort – known as the... Read More →


Wednesday May 17, 2017 12:50pm - 1:50pm
UC Hastings Room A 198 McAllister Street San Francisco CA 94102