Assistant Professor, Math & Computer Science
Jason Perry earned his PhD from Rutgers University and started at Lewis in August 2015. His dissertation topic is protocols for secure computation. His published work includes a systematization of knowledge for secure multi-party computation protocols; efficient protocols for secure policy compliance checking in databases; and analyses of the vulnerabilities of searchable encryption techniques that are currently in use in cloud security products. Jason has also done work in statistical and logic-based natural language processing.
He has taught courses in programming languages, business applications, and high school mathematics, has contributed to research in cyber-security education, and mentored undergraduate research projects.
Research and Educational Interests:
Secure Computation Protocols
Theory of Programming Languages
Logic and Computer-assisted Proofs
Natural Language Processing
Ph.D. Computer Science, Rutgers University, 2015
M.A. Computer Science, Princeton University, 2004
B.S. Computer Science, University of Kentucky, 1999