Seminar / AMfoRS, CDSI
On February 20, 2020
These Scientific Days are meant to present the research topics and to disseminate the recent advances of TIMA researchers. These presentations are open to everybody, whether they are members of TIMA or not.
|14h00 – 14h15||Giorgio Di Natale – Hardware Security and Trust – Brief introduction|
|14h15 – 14h45||Vincent Reynaud – Secure Test Infrastructures
This talk will present an innovative solution designed at TIMA to provide a secure access management inside modern test architectures
|14h45 – 15h15||Amine Jaamoum – Cache Timing Attacks
This talk will present different categories of cache-based side channel attacks, as well as a countermeasure developed at the LSOSP laboratory to defend first level cache memories (L1) against such attacks.
|15h15 – 15h45||Invited talk – Thomas Hiscock (CEA LETI) – Side-channel analysis and reverse engineering: recovering instructions from electromagnetic leakages.
This talk will present some ongoing research on side-channel based instruction disassembling done at the LSOSP laboratory.
|15h45 – 16h15||Coffee Break|
|16h15 – 16h45||Amir Ali Pour – Physically Unclonable Functions and Deep Learning
This talk will present the potentiality of integrating Deep Learning modeling for efficient PUF enrollment, secure and robust PUF authentication.
|16h45 – 17h15||Ricardo Aquino – Hardware Trojan Detection in Asynchronous Circuits
This work explores the intrinsic current characteristics of asynchronous circuits in order to detect malicious circuitry in a fine-grained level.
|17h15 – 17h45||Grégoire Gimenez – Self-Timed Ring based TRNG with Entropy Monitoring
This talk will present a very efficient True Random Number Generator architecture and means to protect its entropy source from physical attacks.