Prof. Aaron Wagner, Prof. Ed Suh, and Prof. Negar Kiyavash (UIUC) received an NSF medium grant to study information leaks in computer and communication systems using new information theoretic techniques. The details can be found in the award abstract on
News on a new research fund.
Prof. Suh’s paper, “A technique to build a secret key in integrated circuits for identification and authentication applications”, which was presented in 2004 Symposium on VLSI Circuits, has been selected as the most often cited among all papers presented in
Prof. Zhiru Zhang and Prof. Ed Suh received a $500K research grant from the NSF/SRC STARSS program for their project, titled “Automatic Synthesis of Verifiably Secure Hardware Accelerators”. The project aims to develop ASSURE, a design automation framework that synthesizes
Prof. Ed Suh along with Prof. Andrew Myers and Prof. Mark Campbell receives a new research grant ($1M) from NASA to build a secure autonomous driving system. The project aims to provide strong and comprehensive security assurance for self-driving cars