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More PSC brown bags, Fall 2018

To develop and test privacy-protection techniques that enable researchers to collect and analyze sensitive data

Research Project Description

The University of Michigan will support the Sloan-funded REVET activity to develop cryptographic approaches and open-source implementations to both specifically enable external researchers to perform high-value statistical analyses on sensitive data maintained by the IRIS team at the University of Michigan and for broader use. The Michigan performers will meet with team members, inform on use cases and application needs, provide system-level information useful for prototype development and provide feedback on designs and performance.

Funding: Alfred P. Sloan Foundation (subcontract: 996698)

Funding Period: 4/1/2017 to 10/31/2018