Dr. Kurt Rohloff is an associate professor of computer science at NJIT. His areas of technical expertise include homomorphic encryption, secure computing and high-assurance software engineering. He is and has been the PI of multiple large DARPA projects focused on the development and application of highly secure and scalable computing technologies. He is the chief architect of an open-source lattice encryption library supported by multiple agencies in the DoD and currently used by multiple large defense contractors. He was a senior scientist in the distributed computing group at Raytheon BBN Technologies. He received his bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from Georgia Tech, and his MS and PhD in Electrical Engineering from the University of Michigan.