Gabrielle Beck

CS PhD Student

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I am a Computer Science PhD candidate at Johns Hopkins advised by Matthew Green. I am also a member of the ARC and SPAR research groups at Hopkins. My interests are broadly in cryptography and privacy preserving technologies. I enjoy researching the construction of new cryptographic primitives to solve pressing, real-world security problems and analyzing the deployment of critical cryptographic software/hardware systems. Ultimately, I am passionate about utilizing current advances within cryptography to make the Internet more secure for everyday users.

In the past, I was an undergraduate at the University of Michigan where I received a Bachelor of Science with a major in computer science and a minor in mathematics.


  • Gabrielle Beck, Julia Len, Ian Miers, and Matthew Green. Fuzzy Message Detection . ACM CCS 2021. [eprint]
  • Gabrielle Beck, Aarushi Goel, Abhishek Jain, Gabriel Kaptchuk. Order-C Secure Multiparty Computation for Highly Repetitive Circuits . EUROCRYPT 2021.†
  • Gabrielle Beck,Maximilian Zinkus,Matthew Green. Automating Chosen Ciphertext Attacks . 29th Usenix Security Symposium (Usenix 2020), Boston, MA. Aug 12-14, 2020.
  • Deepak Kumar,Zhengping Wang,Matthew Hyder,Joseph Dickinson,Michael Bailey,Gabrielle Beck,David Adrian,Zakir Durumeric, J. Alex Halderman. Tracking Certificate Misissuance in the Wild . 39th IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (Oakland 2018), San Franciso, CA. May 21-23,2018.
★ - the authors contributed equally to the work
† - the authors are listed alphabetically rather than by contribution


Email: becgabri [at] cs [dot] jhu [dot] edu