Marina BlantonAssistant Professor Computer Science and Engineering Department
University of Notre Dame
Education: PhD from Purdue University (2007); MS from Purdue University (2004); MS from Ohio University (2002)
My research interests are centrally in information security, privacy, and applied cryptography. Recent projects span across areas such as secure computation and outsourcing, integrity of outsourced computation and storage, private biometric and genomic computation, privacy-preserving systems for medical and social networks, authentication, anonymity, and key management.
New! The PICCO compiler is available from GitHub
My research projects were featured in International Innovation: PDF, link.
Algorithms and Theory of Computation Handbook
Current Program Committees:
Information for prospective graduate students
CSE 30151 Spring 2015