I care about Field-Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) security. Today FPGAs are used in everything from datacenters to airplanes, so ensuring secure FPGA operations is rapidly becoming as critical as processor-based systems. My students and I help design new security layers for existing FPGAs and designs for new FPGA architectures focused on improved security.
Our group is currently focused on three main projects:
For more details, please check out our research group, SAIL-IN.
If you are interested in pursuing a PhD in FPGA or embedded systems security, please contact me!
I am currently teaching ENGR-315 "Hardware/Software Codesign".