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Cryptography Scientist

Duality is a US company headquartered in New Jersey with offices in Tel Aviv, and is leading the development of Privacy Enhanced Technology (PET) solutions. Our mission is to revolutionize the way organizations use sensitive data to drive growth by doing so in a responsible way in light of growing privacy awareness.  Join us and become a pioneer in creating a new, innovative market of privacy enhanced data solutions.

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About Duality

We lead the best-of-breed open-source privacy software projects with companies like Google and Amazon, and use them in our commercial offerings. We recently won CB Insights’ AI 100, the RegTech 100 Awards and the AIFinTech 100 Awards. We’re well-funded and backed by Intel Capital, LG Ventures, Team8, Hearst Ventures, and additional leading investors.

Founded in 2016 by world leaders in the fields of data science and cryptography – including Prof. Shafi Goldwasser, a Turing Award winner, a Prof. Vinod Vaikuntanathan, an associate professor at MIT and a Godel prize winner, and Dr. Kurt Rohloff, a recipient of a DARPA Director’s Fellowship.

About the Role

We are currently hiring a Scientist to join our Advanced Research and Cryptography team. In this role you will be an integral part of a team developing and implementing cryptographic protocols for encrypted computations. The Advanced Research and Cryptography team includes well-known researchers and is a major contributor to the OpenFHE software library.

The ideal candidate is expected to have a strong background in lattice-based cryptography and/or fully homomorphic encryption. Experience in secure multiparty computation and/or zero-knowledge proofs is nice to have. Software prototyping experience is important, and C++ prototyping skills are preferred.

This position offers flexibility, with the expectation of working in a hybrid mode (in person half of the time at our Hoboken, NJ office). Candidates can start working remotely.



  • PhD in Computer Science, Mathematics, or a related field
  • More than 2 years of research experience in lattice-based cryptography and/or fully homomorphic encryption
  • More than 2 years of experience in software development/prototyping with C++


Desired Skills  

  • Research experience in other privacy-protected computing, such as with secure multiparty computation, TEE’s, etc.
  • Relevant experience with applications of privacy-protected data collaboration.
  • Experience with applied algorithm design.

Duality Technologies is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

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