Electrical and Computer Engineering Location: Thornton Hall E-316
Add to Calendar 2019-11-08T14:00:00 2019-11-08T14:00:00 America/New_York ECE Department Seminar - Bryan Wang Silicon Camouflage: A Solution to the Threat of IC Reverse Engineering Thornton Hall E-316

Silicon Camouflage: A Solution to the Threat of IC Reverse Engineering

Abstract: Reverse engineering (RE) poses a serious threat to chip makers. Unprotected chip designs are vulnerable to a myriad of RE-based attacks, resulting in loss of intellectual property, loss of revenue to counterfeit chips, and the risks of malicious modification (Trojan circuit insertion). Silicon Camouflage, a leading solution to the reverse engineering problem, protects hardware IP from reverse engineering by utilizing stealthy circuits whose functions cannot be extracted by reverse engineering techniques.