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College of Information Science and Engineering  /
Department of Information Science and Engineering

 (Male)
 UWE IMRE   SERDULT  Professor

■Graduate school/University/other
12/2000  University of Zurich  Department of Political Science  Political Science  Doctoral course  Completed
■Academic degrees
Dr. phil. (01/2004 University of Zurich, Switzerland)   lic. phil. I (06/1996 University of Zurich, Switzerland)  
■Career history
04/01/2000-08/31/2005  Post-Doc, Political Science Department, University of Zurich, Switzerland
09/01/2005-07/31/2006  Adjunct Professor, Kent State University Geneva Semester, Switzerland
09/01/2005-08/31/2007  Senior researcher, Law Faculty, University of Geneva, Switzerland
10/01/2006-03/31/2007  Lecturer, Political Science Department, University of Geneva, Switzerland
09/01/2007-03/31/2017  Vice director and principle investigator, Centre for Democracy Studies Aarau at the University of Zurich, Switzerland
09/30/2007-07/31/2013  Lecturer, Political Science Department, University of Zurich, Switzerland
01/01/2008-07/31/2013  Lecturer, MACIS program, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
02/01/2010-07/31/2010  Lecturer, Political Science Department, University of Geneva, Switzerland
10/01/2014-03/31/2015  Guest lecturer, Pedagogical University, Krakow, Poland
04/01/2015-04/30/2015  Guest lecturer, Karl-Franzens University, Graz, Austria
10/01/2016-10/31/2016  Guest lecturer, Andrassy University, Budapest, Hungary
■Committee history
01/2017-  State Ministry Baden-Württemberg, Stuttgart, Germany  Academic Council for Civil Society and Citizen Participation
01/2011-12/2015  Swiss Academy of Engineering Sciences SATW  ICT committee
■Academic society memberships
IFIP WG8.5: Information Systems in Public Administration  
■Subject of research
Internet Voting, e-petition, voting advice applications
■Research summary
Digital Democracy Research

 Ongoing research includes:

a) statistical analysis of digital divide and trust in ICT among internet voters using partial least squares structural equation models,
b) systematic worldwide assessment of the use of digital signatures for the endorsement of different forms of e-petitions,
c) to investigate individual (internet) voter behavior over time with the help of big data techniques for vote registry data,
d) to investigate whether the success or failure of election candidates can be related to their respective activities in social media such as Twitter, Facebook, etc. Special attention will be paid to the way how candidates were presented in traditional (online) newspapers in contrast to social media (journal article).
■Research keywords
E-Government, E-Participation, E-Democracy, Social Network Analysis, Digital Social Science 
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Books
Recall in Japan as a Measure of Vertical Accountability  MITSUHIKO OKAMOTO and Uwe Serdült  Palgrave Macmillan  95-116  03/2020  978-3-030-37610-9
Special on Survey Methodology: What is the price of going fully online?A mixed-mode sampling experiment on the occasion of the Swiss general elections 2019  Thomas Milic, Uwe Serdült, Salim Brüggemann  Centre for Democracy Studies Aarau (ZDA)  02/2020  978-3-906918-09-9
FOKUS Aargau Nr. 5: Nationalrats­wahl vom 20. Oktober 2019  Thomas Milic, Uwe Serdült and Salim Brüggemann  Centre for Democracy Studies Aarau (ZDA)  12/2019  978-3-906918-08-2
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Papers
Reconnecting Citizens to Politics via Blockchain – Starting the Debate  Uwe Serdült  CEUR Workshop Proceedings  1-8  09/2019  1613-0073  https://doi.org/10.5167/uzh-175213
Internet voting user rates and trust in Switzerland  Serdült, Uwe ; Kryssanov, Victor  Third International Joint Conference on Electronic Voting: E-Vote-ID 2018, Lochau/Bregenz, Austria, 2 Oktober 2018 - 5 Oktober 2018  211-212  10/2018
E-Collecting als Herausforderung für die direkte Demokratie der Schweiz  Bisaz, Corsin and Serdult, Uwe  LeGes - Gesetzgebung und Evaluation  28/ 3, 235-254  03/2018  1420-2395  not known yet
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Research presentations
What is the price of going fully online? A large-scale sampling experiment on the occasion of the Swiss general elections  Annual Meeting of the Swiss Political Science Association  02/04/2020
We Know What You Will Do Next Summer: A Deep Learning Approach to Predict Internet Voting With Electoral Register Data  European Symposium Series on Societal Challenges in Computational Science – 2019 Polarization and Radicalization  09/04/2019
The Ideological Dimension of Response Latency Data: Evidence from Swiss referendum surveys  GOR2019 – 21st General Online Research Conference, 6-8 March 2019  03/07/2019
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Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (KAKENHI)
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Courses taught
2017  PBL: Problem Analysis and Modeling  Seminar
2017  PBL: Team-based Design  Seminar
2017  Research for Master  Seminar
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■Message from researcher
Research Statement
 Within the field digital democracy I am especially interested in the analysis of internet based platforms and tools for citizens (e-participation) as well as public administrations (e-government) in order to enhance transparency and deliberation in an information society.
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■Tel
561-5106
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■Research keywords(on a multiple-choice system)
Human interface and interaction
Web informatics, Service informatics
Politics