Cryptography Group GP 2014-2015
2- Cryptographic E-Voting: Electronic voting have been a rising field of research for the past few years and have been deployed in real-life situations in many countries. However, the existing approaches may not cover all the challenges facing developing countries. In particular, the unavailability of a reliable internet connection in many rural–and sometimes urban–areas; the potentially widespread corruption; and the illiteracy, whether to reading or to technology. The goal of this project is to investigate and implement a (partial) solution that is tailored to the unique challenges in Egypt, a developing country, using advanced cryptographic techniques, while at the same time assuring the whole system can tolerate the decaying infrastructure and be easily understandable by the general public.