Schaumont named teacher of the week (May 2012)
Testing the crypto standard in ASIC (2012 Annual Report)
Evaluating cryptographic performance (2011 Annual Report)
Magnifying processing flaws to make on-chip fingerprints (2011 Annual Report)
Shedding Sunshine on sensor network hardware design (2010 Annual Report)
Unlocking the secrets of the Spartan boards (2010 Annual Report)
Standardizing crypto evaluations, benchmarks (2010 Annual Report)
Office: Durham 337
Mailing Address: 302 Whittemore (0111)
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Tel: (540) 231-3553
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Affiliated Research Group
Center for Embedded Systems for Critical Applications (CESCA)
Title: Associate Professor
- Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, University of California at Los Angeles, CA, 2004.
- Licenciaat degree in de Informatica, University of Ghent, Belgium, 1990.
- Industrieel Ingenieur Electronica, Industriele Hogeschool van het Rijk, Ghent, Belgium, 1988.
- ECE/CS 5580: Cryptographic Engineering
- ECE 5520: Secure Hardware Design
- ECE 4530: Hardware/Software Codesign
My research covers design and implementation aspects of security in embedded systems design. This includes secure protocols and cryptography implemented in embedded hardware and software and countermeasures against implementation attacks. I am interested in all abstraction levels of design, including circuits, hardware micro-architecture, firmware, and platform-specific software. I am also working on methodologies, with a focus on the trade-off between system performance, system cost, and system security. Selected Publications:
- P. Schaumont, “A Practical Introduction to Hardware/Software Codesign,” Springer, 2nd Edition, xxii+480p, January 2013. Project Information
- P. Schaumont, “Google Scholar Page,” , August 2013.