Research Team                                                                                                                                      
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Recognizing the necessity for an interdisciplinary approach, the FINER research team includes members with extensive experience in cryptography, software engineering, distributed systems and computer security as well as in political science, public administration and traditional voting system design and polling. 

The research team that includes a number of postdoctoral researchers and Ph.D. students, has developed the e-voting system DEMOS. The system has been developed after an extensive legal requirements analysis and is pushing the state of the art internationally in e-voting system design.  

 Computer Science  
 
 Political Science 
Aggelos Kiayias
FINER Principal Investigator 
and Associate Professor,  
Department of Informatics
and Telecommunications


Charalampos Koutalakis
Assistant Prof.
Department of Political Science and Public Administration


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Alex Delis
Prof. Department of Informatics
and Telecommunications

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Elias Nikolakopoulos
Prof. Department of Political Science and Public Administration

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Mema Roussopoulos
Assistant Prof. 
Department of Informatics
and Telecommunications

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George Sotirellis
Prof. Department of Political Science and Public Administration

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Dr. Bingsheng Zhang
Postdoctoral Researcher
Department of Informatics
and Telecommunications
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Dr. Pavlos Vasilopoulos
Postdoctoral Researcher
Department of Informatics
and Telecommunications

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Dr. Foteini Baldimtsi
Postdoctoral Researcher
Department of Informatics
and Telecommunications

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Dr. Panos Stathopoulos
Postdoctoral Researcher

Department of Political Science and Public Administration
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Thomas Zacharias
Doctoral Candidate
Department of Informatics
and Telecommunications

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Lambros Paschos
Doctoral Candidate
Department of Political Science and Public Administration

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Marios Levogiannis
Undergraduate Student
Department of Informatics
and Telecommunications

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Konstantina Gavatha
Doctoral Candidate
Department of Political Science and Public Administration

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