Architectures and Methods for Resilient Systems
since 2015

Research topics

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The AMfoRS team targets crucial challenges regarding resilient integrated systems. Our goal is twofold: guarantee that systems will not behave unexpectedly and ensure a substantial level of robustness and security. Our work aims at increasing the synergies between verification technologies and activities on the design and validation of reliable, safe and secure integrated systems, with a focus on digital parts.
The expected outcomes of our research include methods, tools and hardware blocks necessary to justify trust in increasingly complex integrated systems and even cyber-physical systems.
The team takes part in several scientific challenges identified not only at the laboratory level, but also in the Research "poles" of University Grenoble-Alpes (especially the MSTIC pole) and more generally at the national level (French strategic directions) and international level (in particular European H2020 priorities).

Last publications

Di Natale G., Bolchini C., Holding Conferences Online due to COVID-19: The DATE Experience, IEEE Design & Test, Ed. IEEE, Vol. 37, No. 3, pp. 116-118, DOI: 10.1109/MDAT.2020.2995140, 2020
Portolan M., Reynaud V., Maistri P., Leveugle R., Dynamic Authentication-Based Secure Access to Test Infrastructure, European Test Symposium (ETS 2020), Tallin, ESTONIA, 2020
Elshamy M., Di Natale G., Pavlidis A., Louërat M.-M., Stratigopoulos H., Hardware Trojan Attacks in Analog/Mixed-Signal ICs via the Test Access Mechanism, IEEE European Test Symposium (ETS 2020), Tallinn, ESTONIA, 2020
Portolan M., Rearick J., Keim M., Linking Chip, Board, and System Test via Standards, European Test Symposium (ETS 2020), Tallinn, ESTONIA, 2020
Portolan M., Automated Testing Flow: the Present and the Future, IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems, Ed. IEEE, Vol. , DOI: 10.1109/TCAD.2019.2961328, 2019
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