They/Them. I am currently a postdoc advised by Damon McCoy at New York University Tandon. I graduated with my PhD in 2022 from the Security and Privacy Lab at University of Washington's Computer Science School. I was advised by Franziska Roesner.
I am broadly interested in user interactions with misinformation, usable privacy and security, understanding privacy practices and concerns of marginalized communities, as well as designing for privacy in the age of Internet-of-Things.
I can be contacted at cg4247 (at) nyu.edu
Like Lesbians Walking the Perimeter": Experiences of U.S. LGBTQ+ Folks With Online Security, Safety, and Privacy
Christine Geeng, Mike Harris, Elissa M. Redmiles, and Franziska Roesner
31st USENIX Security Symposium, Fall 2022.
Usable Sexurity: Studying People’s Concerns and Strategies When Sexting
Christine Geeng, Jevan Hutson, and Franziska Roesner
16th Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS), August 2020.
Fake News on Facebook and Twitter: Investigating How
People (Don’t) Investigate
Christine Geeng, Savanna Yee, Franzi Roesner
ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI), April 2020.
Who's In Control?: Interactions In Multi-User Smart Homes
Christine Geeng, Franzi Roesner
ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI), May 2019.
extended abstracts and workshops
cgeeng (at) cs.washington.edu