Accessible and Scalable
Secure Multi-Party Computation

We are developing open-source libraries and systems that enable the implementation and deployment of applications that employ secure multi-party computation in accessible and scalable ways. This page contains links to recent publications and other relevant articles.

Publications and Reports

Other Reports and Coverage

Current and Past Collaborators

Kinan Dak Albab
BU
Ran Canetti
BU
Azer Bestavros
BU
Eric Dunton
BU
Ben Getchell
BU
Kyle Holzinger
BU
Rawane Issa
BU
Frederick Jansen
BU
Rose Kelly
UMass
Andrei Lapets
BU
Shannon Roberts
UMass
Malte Schwarzkopf
MIT
Mayank Varia
BU
Nikolaj Volgushev
Alexandra Institute
Jacqueline You
BU

Acknowledgments

This effort exists thanks to the support and cooperation of Boston University, including the Department of Computer Science, the Hariri Institute for Computing, the Software & Application Innovation Lab, the MACS project, the Massachusetts Open Cloud, and the Initiative on Cities.

We also thank the City of Boston and the Boston Women's Workforce Council.

This work is partially supported by the National Science Foundation under Grants #1430145 (SCOPE), #1414119 (MACS), #1718135, and #1739000. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

This work is also supported in part by the Honda Research Institutes.