The ISR director will edit the 'security and privacy' section of the journal.
Gang Qu is one of the event organizers; Ankur Srivastava is a moderator of Panel 5 on hardware assurance for AI.
We congratulate graduates at all levels who have ISR advisors!
The student of Ankur Srivastava specializes in hardware-oriented security.
The former student of Ankur Srivastava talks about the growing counterfeit IC problem.
ISR advisors graduated 22 Ph.D., 2 M.S., and 4 M.S.S.E. new alumni in December!
Forte is an associate professor in the University of Florida’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
ISR's annual awards ceremony was held on the Iribe Building's cantilever plaza.
Institute for Systems Research faculty advised PhD, MS, BS and 12 MSSE students who graduated in May 2021.
The $68M 'ARTIAMAS' research agreement features faculty from UMD and UMBC.
At Maryland, Forte was advised by Ankur Srivastava.
The fellowships are awarded to outstanding students in the final stages of dissertation work in recognition of their research excellence.
Dr. Baheti passed away in March and will be greatly missed by ISR, ECE and the Clark School.
Research and education hub continues to expand programs, outreach
His subcontract team will stress test the security of SAHARA's new Intel eASIC chips.
They will investigate a wide range of attack methodologies that could be used against protoype IC chiplets being developed in the project.
ISR, ECE, Fraunhofer USA CESE and ARLIS researchers will assess strength of AISS security protections.
Preston was a guide and friend to the Institute for Systems Research throughout its history.
The paper proposes GANRED, an attack approach based on the generative adversarial nets framework which utilizes cache timing side-channel information to accurately recover the structure of DNNs without memory sharing or code access.
Rigorous mathematical techniques will be used to quantitatively assess the performance of the time delay obfuscation technique in protecting ASIC chips.
The 2020 ISR Welcome Back Reception and Awards Ceremony was held online due to the pandemic situation.
The new method is featured in a story on the Northrop Grumman website.
"A High Level Synthesis Approach to Logic Obfuscation" will develop a system-level way to hide an IC's functional and structural information
DRAMsim3 is a fast, cycle-accurate, validated, thermal-capable DRAM simulator that can simulate and model almost all modern DRAM protocols along with many of their unique features.
The award recognizes the outstanding contributions that graduate assistants provide to students, faculty, departments, administrative units, and the university as a whole.
ISR faculty's eight presentations are in machine learning, science of test, cybersecurity, and IoT sensing.
The former student of Ankur Srivastava also recently won a PECASE award.
The awards were given at ISR’s Welcome Back Reception and Awards Ceremony.
Professor Wu’s appointment will begin August 23, 2019.
The PECASE is the highest honor given to outstanding scientists and engineers beginning their independent careers.
His appointment will begin July 1, 2019.
Forte, on faculty at the University of Florida, will develop electronic system data collection technology for unique "fingerprints."
Liu’s research focus is hardware security, especially the security of deep learning hardware.
Two ECE/ISR student teams have made it to the proposal phase.
The workshop was sponsored by the Army Research Office, the Clark School, ECE and ISR.
Sennur Ulukus will serve as the Associate Chair for Graduate Studies from 2018-2021.
Krishnaprasad, Srivastava, Aloimonos each receive $75K for individual research projects.
Professor Srivastava's appointment begins in January of 2018.
The award funds research into “Transformative Approaches for Hardware Obfuscation Protection, Attacks, and Assessment.”
Five Electrical and Computer Engineering Ph.D. students were selected as ECE Distinguished Dissertation Fellows for 2016-17.
The ARO Young Investigator Program recognizes young faculty less than five years out of doctoral studies who show exceptional promise for creative research.
Research will allow the co-simulation of power, performance and reliability characteristics.
Forte will be focused on cybersecurity and computer engineering due, in part, to the UF Preeminence Initiative.
Faculty promoted to full professor, associate professor with tenure.
Srivastava's research has advanced the frontiers of chip design technology.
Qu is part of new AFOSR MURI on security theory for nano-scale devices.
Awards honor outstanding faculty, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff.
This year all five Ph.D. students are related to ISR.
Qu, Srivastava and Alumnus Forte Focus Research on Changing Future Nano-Scale Device Security
Srivastava selected for editing role focused on Modeling, Simulation, and Validation.
Associate Professor Ankur Srivastava is the PI for a collaborative-research grant with Georgia Tech.
He will serve as the interim associate chair for the 2013-14 academic year.
Forte, to graduate this month, will teach electrical and computer engineering at UConn.
Srivastava & Bar-Cohen teach attendees about microfluidic thermal management.
Bing Shi, an ECE graduate student, recieved accolades for her paper on hybrid and micro-fluidic cooling systems.
The research will enable improved silicon physically unclonable functions (PUFs), increasing the possibility of their adoption.
Technique could help architects evaluate multicore memory performance more efficiently.
Professor receives recognition and opportunity to share sought-after ideas with the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).
ECE graduate student advised by Ankur Srivastava was honored for his paper on adaptable video compression.
ECE Ph.D. student receives support for summer research.
Vikramjit Mitra and Yufu Zhang were among a select group of UMD students to receive this prestigious fellowship.
Research will reduce the carbon footprint of large data storage centers.
Thermal management research seeks to improve performance and reliability of multi-core processors.
Student of Ankur Srivastava is using thermal data mining to improve heat distribution on computer chips.
ISR faculty member has research interests in VLSI design automation.
Srivastava joins editorial boards of top journals in the VLSI field.
Assistant professor also has appointment with Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Twenty-seven ECE faculty members honored, representing 1/8 of researchers recognized university-wide.
Research to address manufacturing randomness, improve the productivity of semiconductor industry.
ECE assistant professor and graduate student featured in EE Times