Exploiting Emerging Memory Technologies for Hardware Security

Speaker:  Swaroop Ghosh – State College, PA, United States
Topic(s):  Security and Privacy


CMOS switches, although universal, fail to meet energy-efficiency, scalability and emerging constraints such as, security. Recent experimental studies have revealed that emerging spintronic, resistive and ferroelectric memory technologies possess many promising features that can not only enable non-Von Neumann compute models but also high-density storage and protection from cybersecurity threats. This talk will describe the novel application of emerging memory technologies in designing hardware security primitives namely, physically unclonable functions, true random number generators, hash functions and cryptographic engines. The application of these technologies in obfuscating sensitive IPs and side channel signatures will also be described.

About this Lecture

Number of Slides:  50
Duration:  60 minutes
Languages Available:  Dutch, English
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