Articles by M. Grant Belton

Mr. Belton is an undergraduate in the Department of Cognitive Sciences at Rice University. His current area of study focuses on improving the usability of emerging technologies for use in limited-resource settings.

How Hard Can It Be to Place a Ballot Into a Ballot Box? Usability of Ballot Boxes in Tamper Resistant Voting Systems

Abstract End-to-end verifiable voting methods are an emerging type of voting system, and a number of new designs are being actively developed. Many of these systems try to mirror current paper voting methods and use a paper ballot that can be scanned and then placed into a ballot box. Previous research has shown that having […] [Read More]