Gabrielle De Micheli
I am a PhD student at the University of Pennsylvania working with Nadia Heninger. Currently, I am focusing on the mathematical aspects of applied cryptography. My work lies at the intersection of Mathematics and Cryptography, with particular research interests in lattice-based cryptography, computational number theory and the Number Field Sieve algorithm. I am interested in both attacks and defenses with a particular interest in using mathematical techniques for obtaining a better understanding of the security properties of commonly used cryptographic primitives in real-world applications.
Here is a link to my CV.
|September 2016 - Current||PhD in Computer Science, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA|
|October 2016||Master of Mathematics, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland|
|Sept 2015 - Jan 2016||Master Thesis, Imperial College, London, UK|
|July 2014||Bachelor of Mathematics, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland|
|Address||Distributed Systems Lab
3300 Walnut St
Philadelphia PA, 19104
Fields of Interest
Applied Cryptography, Security, Algebra, Geometry (Riemannian Geometry), General Relativity
- Characterizing overstretched NTRU attacks. Gabrielle De Micheli, Nadia Heninger, and Barak Shani [eprint]
- CacheQuote: Efficiently Recovering Long-term Secrets of SGX EPID via Cache Attacks. Fergus Dall, Gabrielle De Micheli, Thomas Eisenbarth, Daniel Genkin, Nadia Heninger, Ahmad Moghimi, and Yuval Yarom. TCHES 2018.
Workshops and invited talks
- CacheQuote: Efficiently Recovering Long-term Secrets of SGX EPID via Cache Attacks. Security Seminar, MIT September 2018
- Characterizing overstretched NTRU attacks. Mathcrypt, August 2018 [slides]
- 2013 Spring Semester (EPFL) - General Phyiscs II
- I play the piano.
- I enjoy mountaineering and traveling the world.