Muhammad Faisal

PhD student

  • Title PhD student
  • Education B.S. Computer Engineering (spring 20′), the American University in Cairo, Egypt

I am a second year PhD student at Boston University. During my undergraduate studies, I worked on a variety of projects including projects related to decentralized systems, computer vision, natural language processing. I have also interned in Microsoft and EPFL.

In CASP, I am working on building Secrecy, which is a framework for efficient query evaluation on private data using MPC. I am also a co-founder of, a technology based startup for secure computation on private data (a 2021 BU Summer Accelerator alumni).

My research interests include Distributed and Decentralized Systems, Multi-Party Computations (MPC), and Security and Privacy.

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