Matthew Green

Associate Professor at Johns Hopkins University

Matthew Green Bio

Matthew Green is a cryptographer and professor at Johns Hopkins University. He has designed and analyzed cryptographic systems used in wireless networks, payment systems, and digital content protection platforms. His research focuses on how cryptography can promote user privacy.

He is one of the creators of the Zerocash protocol, which is used by the Zcash cryptocurrency, and a founder of Sealance, which enables regulatory compliance for digital assets. He was formerly a partner in Independent Security Evaluators, a custom security evaluation and design consultancy and he currently consults independently. From 1999-2003, he served as a senior technical staff member at AT&T Laboratories/Research in Florham Park, NJ.

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Matthew Green Current Work

  • Johns Hopkins University Associate Professor
  • Sealance Corp. Co-Founder
  • Cryptography Engineering LLC Chief Scientist

Matthew Green Previous Work

  • Johns Hopkins University Assistant Research Professor Nov 2009 - Aug 2015
  • Independent Security Evaluators CTO 2005 - 2011
  • AT&T Senior Technical Staff, AT&T Labs Jun 1999 - Jun 2004

Matthew Green Education

  • The Johns Hopkins University, PhD Computer Science, 2003 - 2008
  • Oberlin College, Bachelor's Degree, Double Degree in Computer Science and Electronic Music,

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