The 2012 election was held October 1 through November 15 to fill three of nine IACR Director positions. In total, 518 of 1530 voters have cast their vote (approx. 33.9%). The result is:
The three directors whose terms are expiring are
This year, the election will be conducted electronically from October 1 through November 15 using the Helios cryptographically-verifiable election system.
See http://www.iacr.org/elections/eVoting/about-helios.html for a brief overview of how the Helios system works.
That email message contains the Election URL: https://vote.heliosvoting.org/helios/e/IACR-Elections-2012/vote, the Election Fingerprint: DnOzE1vNIWhG/P3fujhFqQk0oN3zGRyme3jqrEsk7C8, and in addition a username and password for voting in the elections. (Please notice that the system will only ask for your username and password at the end of the voting process, after you entered all your choices.) Questions about this election may be sent to election2012 (at) iacr.org.
I am really attached to the IACR and know its important role in promoting cryptography research. I've participated to several IACR PCs and will serve as co-GC of FSE'13. I will work on maintaining the high standards of IACR events and ensure the concerns of all cryptography sub-communities are considered.
Statement: The IACR is my home research community, and I'd like to give back. My priorities are: (1) High quality research and its effective dissemination, (2) mentoring, (3) dialogue with related research communities, industry, standards and funding agencies.
I have served the IACR since 1983 as Secretary, Treasurer, President, and Director. During that time we created conferences, workshops, literature, and community. Our present challenges include balance and tolerance in our evolving community. I know where we have been; I know where we are going. Please vote for me.
As an IACR member for more than a decade, I seek the opportunity to serve the community as a director. If elected, I'd like to help improve existing services provided by IACR, offer new services such as the organization of schools in cryptology, and promote worldwide dissemination of cryptologic research.
In gratitude for my decade in this vibrant community, my stewardship would, inter alia, promulgate open scholarly dissemination, facilitate balanced global outreach and participation, and explore mutually beneficial cross-community partnerships -- progressing carefully, always honoring the continuity of traditions that define us. Best decisions are consensual through meeting of the minds.