Research Assistant Professor
Dr. Gabe Kaptchuk is a Research Assistant Professor in Computer Science and Research Development Fellow at BU’s Hariri Institute for Computing. He earned his PhD in Computer Science from Johns Hopkins University in 2020, under the supervision of his advisors Avi Rubin and Matt Green. Gabe has worked in industry, at Intel Labs, and in the policy sphere, working in the United States Senate in the personal office of Sen. Ron Wyden. He has broad research interests within cryptographic systems and is passionate about the spread of provably secure systems beyond the laboratory setting.