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Wednesday, May 1

Get together

Get-together: Anker' T Pub, Budapest, Paulay Ede u 33.

Thursday, May 2

9:30 - 11:00 | Ludovika Assembly Hall
Welcome & Keynote Session I
Tamás Szádeczky
09:30 - 11:00 | Ludovika Assembly Hall
András Koltay
National University of Public Service
Regina Rusz
Director of the Austrian Cultural Forum Budapest
Anna Steidle
University of Pubic Administration and Finance, Ludwigsburg
Natalia Panina
PS&HC General Manager, Middle & Eastern Europe, SAP AG
Welcome Addresses & Keynote
11:00 - 11:30 | Ludovika Lounge
Coffee break
11:30 - 12:30 | Ludovika Assembly Hall
Keynote Session II
Tamás Szádeczky
Keynote Council of Europe
Martin Fodor
Councillor City of Bristol
Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe
Ronald Bieber
General Secretary of the Austrian Computer Society
12:30 - 13:30 | Ludovika Lounge
Lunch break (buffet)
14:00 - 15:30
Session 3.1 - 3.4
Session 3.1
Cyber Security I
Tamás Szádeczky
Zrínyi Hall
The role of Internet intermediaries in combatting cybercrime: Obligations and liability
Kinga Sorbán
Education in cyber security
Rodica Bulai, Dinu Țurcanu, Dumitru Ciorbă
Examining the role of the knowledge gap as a driver towards e-Government service adoption
Mihály Csoto
Session 3.2
eDemocracy I
Martin Fodor
Hunyadi Hall I
Legal implications of the use of Social Media by public authorities
Jan Dirk Roggenkamp
The impact of Council of Europe Recommendation (2017)5 on eVoting protocols
Domenica Bagnato
Safeguards against electoral fraud vs. accessibility and citizens' convenience –Need for changes in the German electoral system
Evelyn Armbruster, Arne Pautsch
Session 3.3
eGovernment I
Ronald Bieber
Hunyadi Hall II
The new customisable electronic administration user interface in Hungary
Anna Orbán
Agility in Public Administration – Is Agility a Possibility and Where are its Limits?
Birgit Schenk, Nadine Anders
Session 3.4
eGovernment and Society I
Oliver Sievering
Assembly Hall
The Power of virtuality as a challenge for governments: A post-state dystopia
Norbert Kis
What is the state’s role in a world driven by AI tools?
Veronica Mocanu
The review of evaluation practices, focussing on challenges in the Hungarian small and medium cities
Tamás Kaiser, András Bojtor
15:30 - 16:00 | Ludovika Lounge
Coffee break
16:00 - 17:30
Session 4.1 - 4.4
Session 4.1
Cyber Security II
Dona Scola
Zrínyi Hall
Inspecting current cybersecurity status and new trends in Hungary
Kálmán Hadarics
A bibliometric analysis of cybersecurity research papers in Eastern Europe: Case study from the Republic of Moldova
Irina Cojocaru, Igor Cojocaru
Cybersecurity in the V4 countries – A cross-border case study
Anita Tikos, Csaba Krasznay
Session 4.2
Anna Steidle
Hunyadi Hall II
Design of a web-based learning system: shifting the accent from knowledge transmission to knowledge construction
Tatiana Chiriac
Digitization and system integration in the Public Sector – Consequences for teaching
Robert Müller-Török, Alexander Prosser, Birgit Schenk
Critical success factors of teaching Information Systems and Accounting as an integrated programme
Vencel Kis, Elvira Böcskei, András Nemeslaki
Session 4.3
eDemocracy II
Hiroko Kudo
Hunyadi Hall I
eDemocracy and eTools of citizen participation on local level in Poland
Magdalena Musiał-Karg
Citizen participation as a tool for creating an effective e-Governance system in Iraq
Paiman Ramazan Ahmad
Public Financing Beyond Participatory Budgeting: The Quantum Budget
Alois Paulin
Session 4.4
eGovernment and Society II
Norbert Kis
Assembly Hall
Reflections on the proposals of the European Commission for a digital tax
Oliver Sievering
Influence of the economic gap on the level of e-Government in the developing countries - Republic of Moldova
Mihai Grecu, Ion Dicusar
The Role of ICT in poverty alleviation in India
Sanjay Chopra
17:30 - 19:00
Break - Change of location
19:00 - 20:30 | BME, Dísz-terem
Cyber Security and eGovernment
Welcome Adress
Frank Spengler
Konrad Adenauer Foundation, Budapest

Panel discussion
Peter Kraus
Member of the State and Municipal Council of Vienna
Martin Fodor
Councillor City of Bristol, Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe
Ferenc Vágujhelyi
Chairman of the National Council for Telecommunications and Information Technology, Hungary
Dona Scola
Fmr Deputy Minister for Information and Communications Technology, Moldova UNIDO expert for Moldova

Thomas Geldmacher
20:30 | BME

Friday, May 3

09:30 - 11:00 | Ludovika
Sessions 5.1 - 5.3
Session 5.1
eGovernment II
Alois Paulin
Hunyadi Hall I
Application of Computer Games in Public Administration: Learning System Analysis and Technology-Society Policies with Sid Meyer´s Civilization
András Nemeslaki, László Molnár, Tas Steven Nemeslaki
Enabling reliable, interoperable and secure e-Government services in Croatia
Martin Zagar, Josip Knezović, Branko Mihaljević
Digital maturity in the administration of a University of Applied Sciences
Katrin Hummel, Birgit Schenk
Session 5.2
Open Data
Igor Cojocaru
Hunyadi Hall II
Research data in the context of open science: Case study of the Republic of Moldova
Andrei Rusu, Nelly Turcan, Rodica Cujba, Mihai Grecu
Economics of open source tools for open data and open science in the Digital Moldova
Ion Coșuleanu, Mihai Grecu, Roman Bahnaru
Collective intelligence for more inclusive communities
Andreea-Maria Tirziu, Catalin Vrabie
Session 5.3
Workshop: Interactive strategic simulation game
Timea Pahi
Zrínyi Hall
This workshop is organised by AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH, Security & Communication Technologies Center for Digital Safety & Security.
This session includes an interactive strategic cyber security simulation game. Please bring your own web-enabled device (e.g., laptop, mobile phone). No technical knowledge is required for participation.
11:00 - 11:30 | Ludovika Lounge
Coffee break
11:30 - 13:00 | Ludovika
Sessions 6.1 to 6.3
Session 6.1
Social Media and eGovernment
Birgit Schenk
Hunyadi Hall II
Public institutions in the social media arena: Searching for citizens’ attention. Zoom on Romania's particularities
Nicolae Urs
The hashtag as a tool to set up a governmental agenda
Stefanía Agila Ruano
The role of social media in the Arab Spring uprisings
Araz Ramazan Ahmad
Session 6.2
eGovernment III
Dona Scola
Hunyadi Hall I
LibreOffice in public service: First impressions of the future users
László Berényi, Péter Sasvári
Challenges in the comparative analysis of the developments of the public administrations – The case of Hungary
András Bojtor, Gábor Bozsó
Smart Cities 2.0 – Connected city, or how to use technologic infrastructure for improving the quality of life
Catalin Vrabie
Session 6.3
Student Workshop
Robert Müller-Török, Arne Pautsch
Zrínyi Hall
Enabling Digitalization by European Administrative Law
13:00 - 14:00 | Ludovika Lounge
Lunch break (buffet)
14:00 - 15:30 | Ludovika
Sessions 7.1 to 7.3
Session 7.1
eGovernment IV
Alexander Prosser
Hunyadi Hall I
Research ethics: Realities and perspectives (the case of the Republic of Moldova)
Aliona Onofrei, Olga Duhlicher
Introduction of integrity in Hungarian public administration
Miklos Polgár, Zsolt Brambauer
Digital competences for the Police - A new ECDL
Ronald Bieber
Session 7.2
Smart Cities and Open Data
Rodica Bulai
Hunyadi Hall II
An overview of information systems and data handling of Hungarian living communities from the perspective of General Data Protection Regulation requirements and information security
Zoltán Polgar, Zoltán Som
Electronic Services or Smart Cities – Current Experiences and Perspectives in the Slovak Republic
Silvia Ručinská, Miroslav Fečko
Death of “Open Data”? - How Open Data has been realising and/or not realising Open Government
Hiroko Kudo
Session 7.3
Human Resources
Birgit Schenk
Zrínyi Hall
Measuring human resources performance using process mining
Robert Kelemen
Who cares about digital literacy of 54+ citizens?!
Robertina Zdjelar
Emergency Communications and Alerting Systems for Fire Brigades in Baden-Württemberg - Much Room for Improvement?
Eva Gräßle, Robert Müller-Török
15:30 - 16:00 | Ludovika Lounge
Coffee break
16:00 - 16:30 | Ludovika Assembly Hall
Closing session
Dona Scola
Presentation Best Paper Awards
Anna Steidle
Closing Remarks
CEE e|Dem and e|Gov Days 2020
Robert Müller-Török, András Nemeslaki, Alexander Prosser, Dona Scola, Tamás Szádeczky