Security and Safety
- Date: Friday, February 10, 2017
- Time: 10:00-13:40
- Room: #300, Conference Room (South), COEX
- Language: English and Korean (Simultaneous interpretation will NOT be provided)
|Pre-regi(by Feb 1)||120,000 won||150,000 won||60,000 won|
|Onsite||150,000 won||180,000 won||80,000 won|
Most of important technical issues for semiconductor circuit designers are power, performance, area, reliability and so on. The security of information processed in a chip, on the other hand, has not been regarded as a big deal to designers. However, it is revealed that the information security can hardly be guaranteed by software approach based on cryptography alone, but should be supported by hardware approach including circuit design. The importance of the information security cannot be overemphasized in the current hyper-connected society where more than tens of billions of devices are connected, each of which contains need-to-be-secured information. In this forum, circuit designers can learn how the information inside a chip can be taken by attackers and also the basic principle and the state-of-the-art design methodologies for secure process and storage of information in a chip.
Prof. Byong-Deok Choi (Hanyang University)
|10:00-10:30||Overview of Hardware Security and Functional Safety Chips for IoT Devices|
|Prof. Dong Kyue Kim, Hanyang University|
|10:30-11:00||Side Channel Attacks: Fundamentals and More|
|Dooho Choi, ETRI|
|11:00-11:40||Side-Channel Analysis Threat and Silicon-Level Solutions|
|Prof. Amir Moradi, Ruhr-University Bochum|
|12:00-12:40||Introduction and Application of Physical Unclonable Functions|
|Junjin Kong, Samsung Electronics|
|12:40-13:10||Secure IC Design with Physical Unclonable Function|
|Jein Ryu, ICTK|
|13:10-13:40||Automotive IC Design with Consideration of Functional Safety|
|Prof. Byung Chul Kim, Hanyang University|
*The agenda will be subject to change without notice.
*Presentation materials only for agreed by speaker will be distributed via website after the events.