IIIT-Bangalore has been home to MOSIP since its inception in 2018. On an ongoing basis, the students
have contributed to solving engineering problems in MOSIP for real-world applications. Students have
contributed to the development of an Android equivalent of the Registration Client, which can be
installed on Android tablets.
CyLab-Africa, Carnegie Mellon University
CyLab-Africa, under the Upanzi Network Initiative, has contributed to MOSIP by working on 3
sub-projects to demonstrate deployability, security, and interoperability with applications that may
want to use it as a single source of identity.
Alan Turing Institute
The Alan Turing Institute continues to contribute to MOSIP through research projects. One such
endeavour is a project on anomaly detection, aiming to explore how fraud can be detected in MOSIP
systems. The Alan Turing Institute is also working on innovative inclusion measures related to
better use of feature phones for identity verification.
University of Philippines
Having completed an elective course on digital ID systems with MOSIP Academy, the University of the
Philippines is now engaging with MOSIP by offering internships and research opportunities to
students, conducting courses independently, and exploring the possibility of building a MOSIP
Experience Centre on the campus.
Oregon State University
Oregon State University is conducting an important project that explores gender inclusion in Digital
Public Goods, using MOSIP as a case study, through their GenderMag method.
Aapti Institute, a think-tank studying the intersection of technology and society, has partnered
with MOSIP to assess the accessibility of the platform through a lens of gender inclusion. The
research is being conducted through detailed on-ground case studies in two MOSIP-adopting countries.