We would like to invite you to another lecture as part of our key researcher talk series.
Memory-Based PUFs – Constructions and Applications
Physically Unclonable Funcions have emerged as key tools to construct lightweight hardware security solutions. In particular, PUFs constructed from memory modules turned out to be beneficial, as they are intrinsically available in many devices and have good statistical properties. In the talk we survey recent constructions of memory-based PUFs, which are found in SRAM and DRAM memories. Furthermore, we will give an overview of applications of memory-based PUFs, from cryptographic key generation and storage up to software protection.
14:00 -14:30: Talk by Stefan Katzenbeisser
Please reach out to us at email@example.com if you would like to join.
hosted by Vienna ACM SIGSAC Chapter.