Conference Chairs

  • Alexander Balthasar, Austrian Federal Chancellery
  • Hendrik Hansen, Andrássy University Budapest
  • András Nemeslaki, National University of Public Service, Budapest
  • Johannes Pichler, Austrian Institute for European Law and Policy, Salzburg
  • Alexander Prosser, Austrian Computer Society/University of Economics and Business, Vienna
  • Robert Müller-Török, University of Applied Sciences, Ludwigsburg


  • Ludovika: Ludovika Campus, 1083, Budapest, Ludovika tér 2 (Google Maps)
  • AUB: Andrássy Universität Budapest, 1088, Budapest, Pollack Mihály tér 3. (Google Maps)


Wednesday, May 7

Informal get together

Anker't Pub
Paulay Ede utca 33
1061 Budapest

Thursday, May 8

09:30 - 11:00 | Ludovika
Welcome and Keynotes
Session 1.0
Welcome & Keynote
Johannes Pichler
09:30 - 10:00 | Ludovika
Welcome addresses
10:00 - 11:00 | Ludovika
Keynote session
Jani Makraduli
Vice President of the National Assembly of Macedonia
Manfred Matzka
Director General, Austrian Federal Chancellery
Csaba Makó
Chair of Research Department for Social Relations and Network Analysis, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
11:00 - 11:30 | Ludovika
Coffee break
11:30 - 13:00 | Ludovika
Sessions 1.1 - 1.3
Session 1.1
European Aspects of eGovernment
Birgit Schenk
Legal aspects of e-government in the light of cost effectiveness of public administration in Hungary
Miklos Polgar
Right of Access to Information? Prolegomena to a rising issue with due consideration of the legal nature of information
Alexander Balthasar
Powering European Public Sector Innovation: Towards A New Architecture
Christine Leitner
Session 1.2
eDemocracy I
Blaz Golob
Electronic participation and non-governmental organisations in Central and Eastern Europe
Simon Delakorda
Multiple Citizenships, multiple Adresses and other Phenomena requiring a central and accurate Voter Roll for the Elections to The European Parliament
Robert Müller-Török
Toward a collaborative citizen-based European Online-Integration
Jörg Hebenstreit
Session 1.3
Cyber Security
Mohamed Awad
Information Security Awareness in the Hungarian Public Sector: Results of an Empirical Study
András Nemeslaki, Miklós Illésy
Laws aiding cyber security in the EU
Zoltan Som
Identifying and analyzing human risks in the public sector
Ferenc Leitold, Eszter Oroszi
13:00 - 14:00 | Ludovika
Lunch break (buffet)
14:00 - 15:30 | Ludovika
Sessions 2.1 to 2.2
Session 2.1
eGovernment and Society
András Nemeslaki
Individualised advisory service for newcomers – potentials and shaping
Birgit Schenk
Digitalization has changed society
Avelien Haan
e-Government in Aging Society: How ICT has to cope with aging population
Hiroko Kudo
Session 2.2
Workshop e-ID I | e-Government StatusQuo (Hungary / Austria)
eGovernment Services and Interoperability in Hungary
Balázs Rátai
Mobile e-ID, register harmonisation and eIDAS
Peter Reichstädter, Peter Kustor
15:30 - 16:00 | Ludovika
Coffee break
16:00 - 17:00 | Ludovika
Sessions 3.1 - 3.2
Session 3.1
Data Protection
Balázs Kőnig
The European data protection legal framework in relation to e-Government
Attila Kiss
The Tools of Privacy Protection at the Dawn of a New Era - ’Privacy by Design’ in Theory and in Practice
István Böröcz
Session 3.2
Alexander Balthasar
Practical and legal aspects of interoperability in the development of e-government in Hungary
Mihály Csótó
The role of Interoperability in global e-Governance: Cloud Computing, Smart Grid and the Internet of Things
Nikolaos Lymouris, George Kokolakis
18:30 - 20:00 | AUB
The role of "e" in creating a European identity in a time of crisis
Panel discussion
Moderation: Blaz Golob
Center for eGovernance Development
Erhard Busek
former Austrian Vice-Chancellor, former Special Co-ordinator of the Stability Pact for South Eastern Europe
Diana Simic
Univ. Zagreb, Fac. Org. Inf., former deputy state secretary for e-Croatia
Gerald Haefner
Wolfgang Riedler
General Manager Wiener Zeitung
Réka Szemerkényi
Chief advisor to the Hungarian Prime Minister on cyber-security
20:00 | AUB

Friday, May 9

09:30 - 11:00 | Ludovika
Sessions 4.1 - 4.2
Session 4.1
eDemocracy II
Alexander Prosser
eParticipation: The case of online-based Participatory Budgeting Processes in Germany
Janina Apostolou
Cryptography and Democracy: Providing Assurance to Voters
Mohamed Awad
The European Citizens’ Initiative as an Instrument of eDemocracy
Christoph Schnellbach
Session 4.2
Organisational Aspects of eGovernment
Robert Müller-Török
Un)sustainability of e-Government: Hazards and Guidelines for Future Research
Alois Paulin
Efficient Public Administration Procedures Across Borders
Klaus Stranacher
New Impulses for Knowledge Management in Government
Roland Traunmüller
11:00 - 11:30 | Ludovika
Coffee break
11:30 - 13:00 | Ludovika
Sessions 5.1 to 5.2
Session 5.1
Open Data
Attila Kiss
State Task Cadastre
Eva Krisztina Pethö
eGovernment in the Danube Region – a Comparative Analysis of Municipal Websites
Martina Eckhardt
E-government vs. m-government in Hungary
Balázs Kőnig
Session 5.2
Transparency and Anti-Corruption
Cyril Velikanov
Managing Against Governmental Information Misuses: Institutions and Practices in South Korea
Heungsuk Choi
Corruption Reduction and the Application of Electronic Anti-Corruption Systems in China
Xinli Hu, Kaisong Wu
13:00 - 14:00 | Ludovika
Lunch break (buffet)
14:00 - 15:30 | Ludovika
Sessions 6.1 to 6.2
Session 6.1
Business and eGovernment I
Christine Leitner
How Could Knowledge Intensive Business Services Support eGovernment and European Integration in the Small and Medium Sized Enterprises Sector
Sándor Nagy
E-Balance Sheet in Germany- where we are
Angelika Dölker
Differences in the Use of IT Infrastructure Among Business Enterprises Operating in the Visegrád Group of Countries
Péter Sasvári
Session 6.2
eDemocracy III
Alois Paulin
Identity Management as a prerequisite for sound e-Particitpation – Results of a Research Project
Margit Gäng, Birgit Schenk
eDemocracy in Opposition: Russian Case
Cyril Velikanov
Becoming Citizen: Facebook, anger political imagination
Anna Krasteva
15:30 - 16:00 | Ludovika
Coffee break
16:00 - 16:30 | Ludovika
Closing session
Roland Traunmüller
Closing Remarks
Best Paper Award
ceee|Gov Days 2015
Alexander Balthasar
Austrian Federal Chancellery
Hendrik Hansen
Andrássy University Budapest
András Nemeslaki
National University of Public Service, Budapest
Johannes Pichler
Austrian Institute for European Law and Policy, Salzburg
Alexander Prosser
Austrian Computer Society/University of Economics and Business, Vienna
Robert Müller-Török
University of Applied Sciences, Ludwigsburg