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List of students


2013 - 18 students

From: Georgia, Turkey, Estonia, Palestine

2014 – 35 students

From: Georgia, Estonia, Ukraine, Nigeria, USA, Moldova, Palestine, Hungary, Russia, China, Sri Lanka

2015 – 29 students

From: Ukraine, Norway, Estonia, Indonesia, Nigeria, USA, Belgium, Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, Namibia

2016 – 25 students

From: Pakistan, Estonia, Ukraine, Nigeria, Germany, Georgia, USA, Nepal, Moldova, Zambia

2017 - 28 students

From: Japan, Ecuador, Kyrgyzstan, China, Estonia, Georgia, Ukraine, Indonesia, Russia, Kenya, Nigeria, India, Nepal, Pakistan

2018 - 30 students

From: Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Iran, Brazil, Mexico, USA, Nigeria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Azerbaijan, Ukraine, Georgia,  Belarus, Moldova, Kyrgyzstan

2019 - 34 students

From: Philippines, Bangladesh, India, Egypt, Iran, Peru, Mexico, Kenya, Rwanda, Nigeria, Uganda, Bulgaria, Spain, Finland, Estonia, Azerbaijan, Ukraine, Georgia, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan






Taavi Kotka (Cum Laude) Concept of Estonian Government Cloud and Data Embassies. Innar Liiv


Aet Rahe Modern governments need No Legacy Policy to keep ICT cost under control. Taavi Kotka
Kairit Kulm Analyses of Return on Investments in Estonian eGovernment Development Projects. Expectations, Needs and Shortcomings. Enn Õunapuu, Janek Rozov
Mohammed Shahwan Suggesting the best Information Security Management System for Palestinian e-Government. Katrin Nyman-Metcalf
Oskar Poola Analysis of Integrity: Cloud Service Provider Case Ahto Buldas
Rein Nõukas (Cum Laude) Service Brokering Environment for an Airline Alexander Norta
Selin Ayaeş The Effects of the Digital Divide in the Society and Analysis of Digital Divide in Turkey. Supervisor Katrin Merike Nyman-Metcalf
Terje Tampere Attracting Foreign Entrepreneurs to Open Businesses in Estonia. Regina Sirendi


Anna Mõtlik Trust Towards Services of e- Government Kuldar Taveter
Artem Dudchenko Digitalization of the national diplomatic systems: Small powers dimension Katrin Nyman-Metcalf
Beqa Avaliani A MOOC for Teaching a MSc-Level Blockchain-Tech Course Alexander Norta
Bogdan Kelichavyi Perspectives of Local e-Governance Development in Ukraine Katrin Nyman-Metcalf
Crystal LaGrone         (Cum Laude) Engaging Youth Voter Participation with Internet Voting in Estonia Alexander Norta, Robert Krimmer, Kristjan Vassil
Ievgen Bilyk (Cum Laude) How New e-Services for e-Residency Project Can Be Designed: The Case of Virtual Incubation Service Ermo Täks
Jaanika Leinberg The Improvement of a Self-Service Process of Employment Mediation in Estonian Unemployment Insurance Fund Regina Sirendi
Khaled H. M. Al Basayna Factors Influencing the Use of e-Learning in Schools in Crisis Areas: Syrian Teachers’ Perspectives Ingrid Pappel
Maarja Pütsep            (Cum Laude) Decreasing Public Sector Spending Through the Increment of E-Service Usage by Implementing Marketing in E-Governance. Example of the Road Administration Regina Sirendi, Martin Andla
Mariane Koplimaa      (Cum Laude) Designing a proactive service to disabled child’s parents Regina Sirendi
Mzia Gapriandashvili Development of e-Service Environment in Public Sector at the Local Government (Case of Georgia) Ingrid Pappel, Enn Õunapuu
Onur Alper Unur Citizen Centric e-Health Information System Model for Turkey Enn Õunapuu 
Risto Hansen Cyber Security Capability Assessment Robert Krimmer, Ingrid Pappel
Tamar Maglakelidze Georgian ID card and its Relation to the e-Governance and Citizen Awareness Enn Õunapuu, Ingrid Pappel
Tamar Tabagari Georgian Cyber Defence Unit Cyber Reserve Alexander Norta
Valerian Goguadze The Introduction to E-Learning Design to School Teachers in Georgia Alexander Norta
Wasim Kullab ICT in Water Governance and Stakeholders Enhancement in Palestine Ingrid Pappel
David Tsanava Creating Ontology Prototype Based on X-Road System Alexander Norta, Archil Chochia
Iana Nezdemovska Increasing Digital Invoice Handling Maturity Model Alexander Norta
Achiko Gobejishvili The Introduction of RFID microchipping, lessons from e-Voting Alexander Norta
Thomas Olusola Ajayi Impact of Service Process Improvement in a Public-Private Organizational Environment Regina Sirendi
Yasith Navoda Abeysinghe Contribution of Living Labs for Territorial Development and Innovation Regina Sirendi
Lörinc Thurnay           (Cum Laude) The potential of the Estonian e-Governance infrastructure in supporting displaced Estonian residents in national emergencies Dirk Draheim, Benjamin Klasche
Chibuzor Joseph Udokwu (Cum Laude) Analysis of Digital Security Threats in Aviation Sector Alexander Norta, Raimundas Matulevicius
Beka Rogava Building Trust in Digital Age Enn Õunapuu
Kedi Välba Improving Knowledge Transfer Processes of e-Governance Competence Jaak Tepandi, Arvo Ott


Keegan McBride           (Cum Laude)                                                                     Government as a platform: Exploiting Open Government Data to Drive Public Service Co-Creation                                            Robert Krimmer, Maarja Toots                                                                 
Anders Røsten Maroe   (Cum Laude) Understanding e-Democracy: Key Features to Increase Citizen Participation in e- Participatory Budgeting Projects  Alexander Norta, Ingrid Pappel

Nikita Morozov 

Experimental Analysis of the Effects of a Quota on Manipulations in Weighed Voting Games  Anton Vedešin

Shobhit Shakya            (Cum Laude)

The Challenges of e-Governance Implementation in Nepal  Regina Sirendi, Kuldar Taveter

Iaroslav Denysenko

State Integrated Informatization Program in Poland: Single-Entrypoint Portal and Trans-Boundary Concept 

Katrin Nyman-Metcalf

Karoline Paide              (Cum Laude)

Analysing Estonian X-Road as a Collaboration Tool for Public-Private Partnerships  Ingrid Pappel, Heiko Vainsalu

Valeriia Rusakova

The Methods of Prototyping User Interfaces in Educational Applications with Augmented Reality Technology  Kristina Vassiljeva, Jekaterina Tšukrejeva

Margarita Kimmo

E-Residency as a Nation Branding Case 

Ingrid Pappel

Maarja Männik              (Cum Laude)

Principles for Designing a Proactive and Personalised One-Stop-Shop Service for People with Reduced Work Ability in Estonia

Kuldar Taveter

Elizabeth Olaniyi

The Role of National Electronic Identity Cards in Enhanching Public Service Effectiveness: the Nigerian Case 

Katrin Nyman-Metcalf, Msury Mahunnah

Sihou Zhang

The Role of Information and Communication Technology for Smart City Development in China

Ingrid Pappel

Ines Boski

E-Palestine: Digital State Empowerment as Grounded Development Opportunity 

Katrin Nyman-Metcalf

Anhelina Prokopenko

Affordances of Augmented Reality for Education: Case study of MoleQL – Mobile Application for Learning Chemistry Ermo Täks

Roksolana Sliusar

Augmented reality as a future of the education. Case study of MoleQL – educational augmented reality application

Alexander Norta

Valentyna Tsap

Ukrainian eID: Its Aspects and Citizens´Awareness  

Ingrid Pappel

Nina Khomeriki

Strategic Integration of Electronic Human Resource Management

Alexander Norta

Protasius Ipinge

Proposing an E-Governance Interoperability Framework for Namibia

Msury Mahunnah

Natia Khutshishvili

Open government partnership as a platform to support and implement the development of e-participation in Georgia

Enn Õunapuu

Anne Muldme 

Citizens’ Customer Satisfaction with the Estonian Electronic ID User Support

Dirk Draheim

Krõõt Kroonmäe

Implementing Proactive Services in Estonian Local Governments

Innar Liiv

Volodymyr Shyshla

Usability Analysis and Improvement of the User Interface of the “Online Portal of Lviv Citizen” Ermo Täks

Maris Järvsoo               (Cum Laude)

Implementation of Information Security in EU Information Systems Without Unified  Security Standard  Alexander Norta, Elis Iloste

Syed Naweed Shah 

Analysis of Sindh Education Management Information System

Enn Õunapuu

Triin Tartes (Cum Laude)

Interdependencies Between Organisational Culture and Adoption of an ICT Solution Study of DreamApply

D. Draheim, A. Säär

Anastasiia Dudko 

Investigation of Ukrainian Public e-Services Provision and Consumption in the Context of e-Governance Ingrid Pappel


Liina Vahtras

The Role of Communication in e-Government Implementation: the Case of Estonian Public e-Services Regina Sirendi, Päivi Tampere
Brian Kustantoro Edityanto Local Government and It Startup Collaboration to Support Public e-Service Development: a Case Study of Jakarta Province, Indonesia Ingrid Pappel

Nugzar Sikharulidze

Electronic Procurement System (Case of Georgia) Dirk Draheim

Kai Kreos (Cum Laude)

Reducing Barriers in Cross-Border e-Commerce through an Automated VAT Declaration System  Ermo Täks

Florian Lemke 

From eGov to sGov: Super-Applications as a Driver for eGov Transformation – a Case Study Research  Kuldar Taveter

Mariami Tsulukidze      (Cum Laude)

Legal and Technological Aspects of Personal Data Protection from State and Citizen Perspectives (Case of Georgia)

Katrin Merike Nyman-Metcalf

Kaisa Lõhmus               (Cum Laude)

e-Government: the Private Sector's Role from a Legal Perspective

Katrin Merike Nyman-Metcalf

Olha Popelyshyn          (Cum Laude)

Leveraging the Potential of Open Data in Ukraine to Enhance Transparency and Accountability of State Governance

Dirk Draheim, Valentyna Tsap

Sharoj Pokharel

Challenges to the e-government System of Nepal due to the Transition to Federalism

Dirk Draheim, Ingrid Pappel

Andrii Grygoriev

Analysis of Obstacles in the Rapid Introduction of Internet Voting in the USA

Ingrid Pappel, Valentyna Tsap

Nele Labi (Cum Laude)

Provision of Counselling Services from Distance – a Model for online Video Educational Counselling  Regina Sirendi

Abel Oluwabunmi Christiana

The Systematic Development and Integration of E-Services- in the case of Developing Countries

Alexander Norta 

Mohammad Rashidul Hassan naim 

Designing Knowledge Management Model for Universities 

Alexander Norta

Ebizimoh Abodei          (Cum Laude)

Enabling Government – Public Collaboration in Public Project Processes in Developing Economies – A Case Study of Nigeria

Alexander Norta

Irene Nonyelum Azogu  (Cum Laude)

A Framework for the Adoption of Blockchain Technology in Healthcare Information Management System: A case Study of Nigeria  Alexander Norta

Stanislav Juc 

Analyzing the Educational System in Moldova and Developing an e-school Mobile Application Prototype 

Enn Õunapuu 


Marili Ruus

Redesigning Experience to Improve Delivery of e-Services to Youngsters Ingrid Pappel

Helena Kõrge (Cum Laude)

Designing proactive business event services: a case study of the Estonian Company Registration Portal Regina Sirendi

Nino Mezurnishvili

An exploratory study of influences the regulatory entities on the blockchain-based crowdfunding method

Alexander Norta

Silvia Lips (Cum Laude)

Designing an effective long-term identity management strategy for a mature e-state

Dirk Draheim, Ingrid Pappel

Temofe Isaac Akaba 

A framework for the adoption of a blockchain-based 

e-procurement system: a case study of Nigeria 

Alexander Norta

Oleksandr Kosenkov 

The Key Challenges and Barriers in Implementation of Digital Education in Ukraine 

Ingrid Pappel

Chiemezie Francis Iroka

Citizens Technology Acceptance: The Scalability of the eID and Electronic Governance in Nigeria

Dirk Draheim  

Eyoyibo Misan George

Adoption of an integrated electronic patient health record system in healthcare: a case of Nigeria 

 Ermo Taks, Dirk Draheim

Millicent Achieng Kwede

Analyzing/exploring interoperability frameworks that support organizational collaborations

Alexander Norta, Chibuzor Udokwu

Rakshya Bhattarai (Cum Laude)

Analyzing the User Journey of Students of Member state to understand the Impact of Single Digital Gateway Regulation from citizens perspective 

Ingrid Pappel, Heiko Vainsalu 

Sidra Azmat Butt 

Electronic records management and its effectiveness in the local government of Pakistan 

Ingrid Pappel, Karin Oolu 

Sijo Arakkal Peious 

Enabling Sensemaking and Trust in Communities; An Organizational Perspective 

Dirk Draheim 

Timur Baltabaev

Risk factors for the successful implementation of the new European interoperability framework from the EU expert’s perspective at the level of public administration

Dirk Draheim, Ingrid Pappel

Zaib Liaqat 

Factors influencing the citizens' behaviour in adaptation of e-government services in a developing country (use case: Pakistan)

Dirk Draheim 

Hiroki Kaminaga (Cum Laude)

Augmented k-anonymity in the realm of Generative Adversarial Networks 

Dirk Draheim, Genlang Chen

Tania Ernestina Erazo Villacres

Analysis of the turnout in the constituencies with electronic voting and non-electronic voting in Ecuador

Robert Krimmer, Iuliia Krivonosova

Yuliia Petriv (Cum Laude)

How to design a chatbot for a public sector: Case-study of LvivCityHelper bot 

Regina Erlenheim

Rois Saputro (Cum Laude)

Analysis of Countries’ Prerequisites to Adopt the X-Road Interoperability and Data Exchange Framework in the Public Sector   

Ingrid Pappel, Heiko Vainsalu 

Julia Tserentsova 

Ericsson Agile Transformation Journey: A Case study for Ericsson Supply Tallinn

Dirk Draheim 

Polina Medvedieva 

The role of public-private partnership in eID security risk management: A case study of Estonia 

Keegan David Braun McBride

Jyotirmoy Patgiri (Cum Laude)

Leveraging Big Data Analytics in the Public Sector: Opportunities and Challenges

Dirk Draheim

Heidi Kogres 

Measuring ICT services, provided by public central ICT organization 

Regina Erlenheim 

Nino Lazuashvili 

Integration of the blockchain technology into the land registration system. 

A case study of Georgia

Alexander Norta

Kalev Mändmaa (Cum Laude) 

Framework for developing Key Risk indicators for Situational Awareness – the case study of Estonia 

Kuldar TaveterDirk Draheim

Yishuang Liu 

Technology Acceptance Study of an Integrated Gamification/ e-Learning Solution 

Dirk Draheim