Malte Schwarzkopf

Assistant Professor
Systems and CAPS Groups
Computer Science Department, Brown University
CIT 525

I'm interested in computer systems, especially distributed systems, operating systems, and privacy-preserving systems.

Recent projects include Noria, a new streaming dataflow system, and Conclave, a query compiler for secure multi-party computation. I've also built several cluster schedulers (Omega, Firmament, and Decima).

In Fall 2019, I'm teaching CSCI 2390: Privacy-Conscious Computer Systems.





Before joining Brown, I was a postdoc in the PDOS group at MIT CSAIL. Prior to MIT, I spent several enjoyable years doing my PhD in the NetOS group in the other Cambridge.

You can find me on Twitter and GitHub. My wife, Julia Netter, is a political philosopher.