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CS 227r: Topics In Cryptography and Privacy

Semester: 

Fall

Offered: 

2014

Co-Instructors:  Kobbi Nissim & Or Sheffet

Meets: Tuesday/Thursday 11:30AM - 1:00PM in MD 119

Course Description: This course will cover topics in cryptography and data privacy drawn from the theoretical computer science research literature with particular focus on differential privacy -- a mathematical framework for privacy-preserving analysis of datasets, which enables aggregate computations while preventing the leakage of individual-level information.

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Salil Vadhan

Salil Vadhan

Vicky Joseph Professor of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics, SEAS, Harvard
Area Chair for Computer Science

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New Course Spring 2019: Applied Privacy for Data Science

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The risks to privacy when making human subjects data available for research and how to protect against these risks using the formal framework of differential privacy. Methods for attacking statistical data releases, the mathematics of and software implementations of differential privacy, deployed solutions in industry and government. Assignments will include implementation and experimentation on data science tasks.

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Audra McMillan

Postdoctoral Associate
Department of Computer Science, Boston University
College of Computer Science and Information Sciences, Northeastern University
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Audra McMillan

Postdoctoral Associate
Department of Computer Science, Boston University
College of Computer Science and Information Sciences, Northeastern University
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Daniel Alabi

Graduate student, Computer Science, Theory Group
Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences