The Privacy Tools Project has opened our call for students, researchers, and postdocs to join their research efforts. We regularly seeks students, interns, postdocs, and visitors in Computer Science, Statistics, Government, Mathematics, Law, and Social Sciences with Quantitative Experience, particularly those with an interest in learning about or working on Data Privacy.
PI Salil Vadhan presented "Differential Privacy: Theoretical and Practical Challenges" at Academia Sinica's Institute of Information Science Distinguished Lecture Series on November 10th, 2015. A video is available for download on the Institute's Distinguished Lecture Series page.
The National Science Foundation featured an article about differential privacy, its application to Dataverse and the Privacy Tools for Sharing Research Data Frontier project. The article, titled "Theoretical computer science provides answers to data privacy problem," is available at this link.