Wenting Zheng was awarded the prestigious IBM PhD Fellowship for her work on security and distributed systems. Wenting is actively studying new methods for scalable secure analytics, multi-party computation for machine learning, and distributed zero knowledge proofs. The IBM Ph.D. fellowship is an “intensely competitive worldwide program that honors exceptional Ph.D. students who have an interest in solving problems that are important to IBM and fundamental to innovation in many academic disciplines and areas of study.” Only 50 fellowships are awarded worldwide annually.
Meet Ray, the Real-Time Machine-Learning Replacement for Spark
RISELab Newsletter, March 2017
Join RISELab at NSDI’17 on March 27th through the 29th in Boston. There we will be presenting the Opaque and Clipper systems. Please see the below links to read the final versions of the papers and try pre-release versions of the software and check out slides and videos from their previous talks. Opaque system: The paper is already available here Software is available here Slides and video from a previous talk here Clipper system: The paper is available here Software is available here Slides and video from a previous talk here
Ericsson Press Release
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