Seny is a Fellow at The Policy Lab, Associate Professor of Computer Science at Brown University, and Chief Scientist for Aroki Systems.

Before joining Brown, Seny was a researcher at Microsoft Research (Redmond Lab). His research is in cryptography and is driven by real-world problems from privacy, security and surveillance. His primary focus is on the design and cryptanalysis of encrypted algorithms, which are efficient algorithms that operate on end-to-end encrypted data. He maintains interests in various aspects of theory and systems, including applied and theoretical cryptography, data structures and algorithms, data systems, algorithmic fairness, game theory and technology policy.

Seny directs the Encrypted Systems Lab at Brown University and is affiliated with the CAPS group, the Data Science Initiative and the Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Studies.

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