I will be joining Purdue University as an Assistant Professor of Computer Science starting in January 2018!
I am looking for Ph.D. students at Purdue this year, so if you are interested in working with me, please drop me a line with your areas of interest. Don't forget to apply as well!
CONTACTJohns Hopkins University Information Security Institute
EDUCATIONPh.D. Student, Computer Science
Stephen Checkoway, Jacob Maskiewicz, Christina Garman, Joshua Fried, Shaanan Cohney, Matthew Green, Nadia Heninger, Ralf-Philipp Weinmann, Eric Rescorla, Hovav Shacham. "A Systematic Analysis of the Juniper Dual EC Incident". In ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS), 2016. BEST PAPER AWARD [PDF] [ePrint]
Christina Garman, Matthew Green, Gabriel Kaptchuk, Ian Miers, Michael Rushanan. "Dancing on the Lip of the Volcano: Chosen Ciphertext Attacks on Apple iMessage". In USENIX Security, 2016. [PDF] [USENIX]
Joseph A. Akinyele, Christina Garman, Susan Hohenberger. "Automating Fast and Secure Translations from Type-I to Type-III Pairing Schemes". In ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS), 2015. [PDF] [CCS] [ePrint]
Eli Ben-Sasson, Alessandro Chiesa, Christina Garman, Matthew Green, Ian Miers, Eran Tromer, Madars Virza. "Zerocash: Practical Decentralized Anonymous E-Cash from Bitcoin". In IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (Oakland), 2014. [PDF] [IEEE] [ePrint]
Christina Garman, Matthew Green, Ian Miers, Aviel Rubin. "Rational Zero: Economic Security for Zerocoin with Everlasting Anonymity". In Workshop on Bitcoin Research, 2014. [PDF]
Joseph A. Akinyele, Christina Garman, Ian Miers, Matthew W. Pagano, Michael Rushanan, Matthew Green, Aviel D. Rubin. "Charm: A Framework for Rapidly Prototyping Cryptosystems". In Journal of Cryptographic Engineering, 2013. [PDF] [JCEN]
Garman C*, Bindert N*, Sunkara A*, Paliulis L, Ebenstein DM. "Deformation Mapping in Micro- and Nanoscale Fibers". In: N Tamura, editor. Probing Mechanics at Nanoscale Dimensions, (Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings 1185), 2009.
International Conference on Financial Cryptography and Data Security 2018
Proceedings on Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PoPETs 2018.2) Reviewer
Workshop on Bitcoin Research 2017
Proceedings on Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PoPETs 2017.4) Reviewer
World Wide Web Conference (WWW) Security and Privacy Track 2016
Workshop on Bitcoin Research 2016
IEEE Security and Privacy (Student) 2016
USENIX Workshop on Offensive Technologies (WOOT) 2015
Workshop on Bitcoin Research 2015
Subreviews for PKC 2012, USENIX 2012, FC 2014, USENIX 2014, CCS 2014, FC 2015, USENIX 2015, USENIX 2016, CRYPTO 2016
AutoGroup+: cryptographic tool for securely and automatically converting Type-I (symmetric) to Type-III (asymmetric) pairing schemes
Zerocash: privacy-preserving decentralized anonymous payment system
Christina Garman is a sixth year Ph.D. student at Johns Hopkins University (JHU) and expects to graduate in May 2017. Her research interests focus largely on practical and applied cryptography. More specifically, her work has focused on the security of deployed cryptographic systems from all aspects, including the evaluation of real systems, improving the tools that we have to design and create them, and actually creating real, deployable systems. Some of her recent work has been on the weaknesses of RC4 in TLS, cryptographic automation, decentralized anonymous e-cash, and decentralized anonymous credentials. She is also one of the co-founders of ZCash, a startup building a cryptocurrency based on Zerocash. A copy of her CV can be found here [PDF].
Last modified Tue 24 October 2017.