The Prime III Voting System Project (Baltimore)

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11am - 12pm EST Friday, February 20 2009
UMBC - Baltimore, MD
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Juan on Feb 13, 2009

Time: 10-10:50am
Place: ITE-231
Date: Friday, February 20, 2009
Free and open to the public.

Prime III is a multimodal electronic voting system research project. It allows people to vote using voice and/or touch. Individuals who can't read, see, hear, or those with physical disabilities, e.g. no arms, can all privately and independently vote using this multimodal interface. This presentation will give a demonstration of the Prime III multimodal interface and describe findings from usability studies, mock elections and organization elections that suggest Prime III is accessible and easy to use.

About the Speaker. Dr. Juan E. Gilbert is the T-SYS Distinguished Professor in the Computer Science and Software Engineering Department and a Fellow in the Center for Governmental Services at Auburn University where he directs the Human-Centered Computing (HCC) Lab. He is also a National Associate of the National Research Council of the National Academies, an ACM Distinguished Speaker and a Senior Member of the IEEE Computer Society.

Directions to UMBC. From I-95, take Exit 47B and follow signs to UMBC. Park in the visitor's lot by the Administration Building.



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