Assistant Professor, Computer and Mathematical Sciences
Ph.D., Computer Science, Rutgers University, 2015
M.A., Computer Science, Princeton University, 2004
B.S., Computer Science, University of Kentucky, 1999
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
Perry, J. (2018, November). The landscape of multi-party computation. Presentation delivered at DIMACS workshop in honor of Prof. Rebecca N. Wright, New Brunswick, NJ.