The USENIX Journal of Election Technology and Systems

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JETS is not currently seeking new articles for submission. 

JETS is in the process of finding a new publisher. This page is provided for archive purposes. Past articles will continue to be hosted by USENIX.

The USENIX Journal of Election Technology and Systems (JETS) is a hybrid journal/conference where papers will have a journal-style reviewing process and online-only publication. We seek publications across the gamut of academic inquiry related to elections. We publish papers from computer scientists and political scientists, statisticians and human factors experts, lawyers and cryptographers. JETS is the place to publish original research into these and other related areas.

JETS grew out of EVT/WOTE, an annual USENIX workshop, hosted adjacent to the larger USENIX Security Symposium. Every paper submitted to JETS will have one or more of its authors present at the next JETS Workshop to present their work, serving as the nucleus for our community to gather and exchange ideas.

JETS is an open access journal. There is no cost to submit and publish a paper, and there is no cost to download and read our publications. However, authors of accepted JETS papers are required to present their papers at the next JETS Workshop.

Past publications 
Call for articles

JETS is not currently seeking new articles for submission. JETS is in the process of finding a new publisher. Past articles, however, will continue to be hosted by USENIX.

Editorial board

Editors-in-chief: Carsten Schürmann (IT University of Copenhagen) and Aleksander Essex (Western University, Canada).



Sponsorship

JETS is organized and governed by the USENIX Association, with the generous support of the Pew Charitable Trusts.


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