Collaboration Agreements

As part of its R&D strategy, Scytl continues to enter into collaboration agreements with leading academic research centers and groups specializing in eVoting and eGovernment security. These research groups collaborate with Scytl on R&D tasks and projects, keeping Scytl in a leadership position in the industry. Examples of the research centers which maintain agreements with Scytl can be found below:

LORIA (CNRS/Inria/Université de Lorraine)

http://www.loria.fr/

Internationally recognized for their work and investigation regarding security and online voting, the Laboratoire lorrain de recherche en informatique et ses applications (LORIA) and Scytl have established a partnership targeting the verifiability of electronic voting systems, with the aim to improve on their transparency.

Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB)

http://www.uab.es/

As a spin off from this University, Scytl maintains a strong relationship that has led to several collaborations with theDEIC's cryptographic research group where Dr. Andreu initiated his research on e-voting security.

Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya (UPC)

http://www.upc.edu/

The UPC SerTel cryptographic research group entered into a collaboration agreement with Scytl for giving support on e-voting and e-government security research.

International Teledemocracy Centre (ITC)

http://itc.napier.ac.uk/

Napier University – Scytl and the ITC have been in contact since 2004 and are collaborating on an EU-funded project on e-democracy (eRepresentative).

Universitat Rovira Virgili (URV)

http://www.urv.cat/

Scytl and the URV entered into a collaboration agreement in 2002. Since then, the CRISES cryptographic research group and Scytl have collaborated on multiple research projects.

Universitat de Lleida (UdL)

http://www.udl.cat/en.html

Scytl and the UdL cryptographic research group of the Mathematics Department entered into a collaboration agreement for jointly researching the application of new cryptographic algorithms on e-voting and e-government environments.

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