Final Programme


Country of the Year: Moldova

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Wednesday, May 2

Get together

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

Thursday, May 3

9:30 - 11:00 | Ludovika Assembly Hall
Welcome & Keynote Session I
Tamás Szádeczky
09:30 - 11:00 | Ludovika Assembly Hall
Györgyi Nyikos
Vice-Rector for International Affairs, National University of Public Service
Georg Trautnitz
Vice Rector Andrássy University Budapest
Regina Rusz
Director of the Austrian Cultural Forum Budapest Ronald Bieber
General Secretary of the Austrian Computer Society
Welcome Addresses
Rudolf Schicker
Priority Area Coordinator, PA10 EUSDR
Endre Szabó Vice President National Authority of Data Protection and Freedom of Information
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
Keynote “Country of the Year”
Dona Scola
UNIDO National Expert for Moldova
Keynote Smart Cities in India
Jose Jacob Kalayil
Bavaria India Centre for University and Business Collaboration, New Delhi
12:30 - 13:30 | Ludovika Lounge
Lunch break (buffet)
14:00 - 15:30
Session 3.1 - 3.4
Session 3.1
eGovernment I
Roland Traunmüller
Hunyadi Hall I
E-Citizens Web Portal – Case of Croatia
Martina Tomičić Furjan, Nikolina Žajdela Hrustek, Igor Pihir
eGovernment as an element of the right to good administration
Justyna Matusiak, Marcin Princ
eCohesion: How to measure the main drivers of administrative burden reduction
Tamás Laposa
Session 3.2
Workshop on Smart Cities, Council of Europe I
Martin Fodor, Hiroko Kudo
Zrínyi Hall
Elements of Local Autonomy and New Technology in Urban Revitalization Process
Anastasia Stefanita
ECDL – a basic tool for Smart Cities
Ronald Bieber
Three Major Cities of Baden-Württemberg - Are They Really Smart Cities?
Thomas Laue, Birgit Schenk
Session 3.3
Identity Management
Kálmán Hadarics
Hunyadi Hall II
Global identity management for individuals? The right to be forgotten and issues of extraterritoriality
Petra Lea Láncos
The effect of the EIDAS Regulation on the model of Hungarian public administration
Gábor Klimkó, Péter József Kiss, József Károly Kiss
Rules for identity management in the Public Sector (Hungary, 2018)
Alexandra Zámbó
Session 3.4
Workshop on Gender and IT
Christine Leitner
Lecture Hall VII
Austria, Sabine Zauchner
Bulgaria, Elissaveta Gourova
Hungary, Henriett Primecz
Moldova, Dona Scola
Slovakia, Silvia Rucinska
15:00 - 15:30 | Ludovika Lounge
Coffee break
15:30 - 16:00
Session 4.1 - 4.4
Session 4.1
eGovernment II
Ronald Bieber
Hunyadi Hall I
Semantic Reconciliation between two Different Aspects of Law
Bálint Molnár
Which barriers hinder a successful digital transformation in small and medium-sized municipalities in a federal system?
Markus Jakob, Helmut Krcmar
The Puzzle of ICT Driven Innovation in the Public Sector: Hungary’s Case
András Nemeslaki
Session 4.2
Workshop on Smart Cities, Council of Europe II
Martin Fodor, Dona Scola
Zrínyi Hall
Top ten smart cities in the world. What do they have in common and how can Eastern European cities use that?
Catalin Vrabie, Andreea-Maria Tirziu
Digital Government as Service Delivery for Difficult Territory – A case study of Bonin Islands
Hiroko Kudo
What the Smart City in the Danube Region Can Learn From Industry 4.0
Alexander Prosser
Session 4.3
Open Data
Alois Paulin
Hunyadi Hall II
Revisiting open data research through the Lens of the Data Value Chain
Csaba Csáki, Andrea Kő
The Need for Standards - Tools for Transparency and Open Data (The Case of the Republic of Moldova)
Alexandru Petrov, Cristina Petrov
Session 4.4
E-Government via Social Media Platforms vs. Data Protection
Jan Dirk Roggenkamp
Lecture Hall VII
A case study by means of social media activity by German police authorities
17:00 - 19:00
Break - Change of location
19:00 - 20:30 | AUB
Open Data Requirements for Smart Cities - What do we need from the Legislators?
Welcome Adress
Frank Spengler
Konrad Adenauer Foundation, Budapest

Panel discussion
Jani Makraduli
Deputy Minister of Environment and Physical Planning, Macedonia
Stefan Krebs
Chief Digital Officer and Chief Information Officer, Federal State of Baden-Württemberg
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

András Nemeslaki
Technical University Budapest
20:30 | AUB

Friday, May 4

09:30 - 11:00 | Ludovika
Sessions 5.1 - 5.4
Session 5.1
eGovernment III
Igor Cojocaru
Hunyadi Hall I
Electronic Administration of the Asylum Directives within the EU: A check on Asylum Shopping and Security Challenges
Catherine Odorige
How to Stop Digitalization - An E-Government Pilot Project Case Study
Birgit Schenk, Tobias Giesbrecht
Digitalisation vs. Informatisation: Different Approaches to Governance Transformation
Alois Paulin
Session 5.2
Workshop on Smart Cities, Council of Europe III
Martin Fodor, Alexander Prosser
Zrínyi Hall
The role of Internet of Things in developing smart cities
Andreea-Maria Tirziu, Catalin Vrabie
Knowledge in Government – New Directions
Roland Traunmüller
Researchers as mediators between policymakers and practitioners – Do they have the necessary skills?
Adriana Zaiţ
Session 5.3
Student Workshop I: Political extremism and its use of the Internet
Hendrik Hansen, Robert Müller-Török
Hunyadi Hall II
Likes and connections - visualization of activities of selected Hungarian extremist groups on Facebook
Balázs Kőnig
Reconquista Germanica - Right-wing "Medienguerilla" Strategically Deceiving the Public
Maike Kölpin, Desirée Landerer, Arian Siefert
Microtargeting as a factor in online radicalization
Oliver Dickmann, Jessica Klassen, Máté Szili
Session 5.4
Cybersecurity I
Petra Láncos
IV. auditorium
Cybersecurity Authorities and Related Policies in the EU and Hungary
Tamás Szádeczky
Big Data and Algorithms in the Public Sector and Their Impact on the Transparency of Decision-Making
Gergely László Szőke
Cybersecurity in the European Union
Andreas Düll, Anja Schoch, Matthias Straub
11:00 - 11:30 | Ludovika Lounge
Coffee break
11:30 - 13:00 | Ludovika
Sessions 6.1 to 6.4
Session 6.1
eGovernment IV
Birgit Schenk
Hunyadi Hall I
On e-Governance development opportunities in the Republic of Moldova
Mihai Grecu, Igor Cojocaru, Ion Coșuleanu
A self-reflection of municipal IT professionals in small Romanian city administrations
Nicolae Urs
State of Digital Literacy: Preparedness of Higher Education Students for E-Administration in Hungary
László Berényi, Péter László Sasvári
Session 6.2
Country of the Year: Moldova
Dona Scola, Cornelia Amihalachioaie
Zrínyi Hall
Session 6.3
eDemocracy and Open Government
Anastasia Stefanita
Hunyadi Hall II
Democracy at the one-click distance: Is electronic voting the best option for Moldova?
Ina Vîrtosu, Ion Guceac
Open Government Data in Hungary
Anna Orbán
Session 6.4
Cybersecurity II
Dirk Rogenkamp
IV. auditorium
Improving distributed vulnerability assessment model of cybersecurity
Kálmán Hadarics and Ferenc Leitold
OTT Regulation a way of combating cybercrimes
Veronica Mocanu
Advanced Biometric Electronic Signature in Practice – Lessons for the Public Administration from a Hungarian Case Study
Péter Máté Erdősi
13:00 - 14:00 | Ludovika Lounge
Lunch break (buffet)
14:00 - 15:30 | Ludovika
Sessions 7.1 to 7.4
Session 7.1
eGovernment V
Catalin Vrabie
Zrínyi Hall
Public Research and Innovation Infrastructure of the Republic of Moldova: Challenges and Opportunities
Igor Cojocaru, Alfreda Rosca, Andrei Rusu
Interoperability: How to improve the management of public financial resources
Györgyi Nyikos, Bálint Szablics, Tamás Laposa
Cryptography Chaos Theory
Bulai Rodica, Victor Fanari
Session 7.2
Student Workshop II: Fake news, cyberbullying and the need for regulating the Internet
Hendrik Hansen, Robert Müller-Török
Hunyadi Hall I
Online Disinformation – a form of political persuasion?
Viktória Fetzer, Diana Shtuts
Cyberbullying: the Blue Whale Case
Judit Szakos
Who regulates the Internet? Platform responsibility through the 2017 German ‘Netzwerkdurchsetzungsgesetz‘ (Network Enforcement Act)
Evelyn Haefs, Meike Haufe, Marian Pietsch
Session 7.3
Internet and Society
Alexander Prosser
Hunyadi Hall II
The permanent campaign in social media: A case study of Poland
Dorota Domalewska
Effects of digitalization on the labor market in Baden-Wuerttemberg
Oliver Sievering
Emergency Communications and Alerting Systems for Fire Brigades in Baden-Württemberg - Much Room for Improvement?
Eva Gräßle, Robert Müller-Török
Session 7.4
Transferability of e-Democracy Tools: Challenges and Opportunities of Participatory Budgeting in the CEE Region: Presentations and Panel
Kristina Reinsalu
Designed and facilitated by e-Governance Academy, Estonia
IV. auditorium
Transferability of e-Democracy Tools: Challenges and Opportunities of Participatory Budgeting in the CEE Region
Jelizaveta Krenjova-Cepilova
Overview of the existing e-Participation tools in PB and their use in different contexts
Yuri Misnikov
Estonian PB practices. Applicability and adaptability of Estonian experience in Georgia
Kristina Reinsalu, Teona Turashvili
Practices of PB in Germany
Arne Pautsch, Robert Müller-Török
Panel Discussion
Moderated by Christine Leitner
15:30 - 16:00 | Ludovika Lounge
Coffee break
16:00 - 16:30 | Ludovika Assembly Hall
Closing session
András Nemeslaki
Presentation Best Paper Awards
Ronald Bieber
Closing Remarks
CEE e|Dem and e|Gov Days 2018
Hendrik Hansen, Robert Müller-Török, András Nemeslaki, Alexander Prosser, Dona Scola, Tamás Szádeczky