IEEE Int. Symposium on Hardware-Oriented Security and Trust
May 6-7, 2014
Arlington, VA, USA
Advanced registration will be available through April 22th, and costs are as follows:
IEEE member: $450
non-IEEE member: $540
Full-Time Student IEEE member: $250
Full-Time Student non-member: $450
IEEE life member: $250
On-site registration costs are higher, so please register before April 22nd!
Hardware trust and security now play critical roles as computing is intimately integrated into many infrastructures that we depend on. Trusted hardware platforms make up the backbone for successful deployment and operation of these infrastructures. Research in recent years show that as tampering and reverse engineering mature in their sophistication, the challenges in guaranteeing the trust and security of these components also grow. For example, backdoors inserted into electronic designs can allow for silent intruders into the system. Furthermore, new forms of attacks that exploit side-channel signals are being developed. Third, intellectual-property protection is becoming a major concern in the globalized, horizontal semiconductor business model. Located at a new location near the greater DC, where many defense agencies reside, HOST 2014 aims to continue to be a premiere forum that invites novel solutions to address these challenges.
The IEEE International Symposium on Hardware Oriented Security and Trust seeks original contributions in the area of hardware-oriented security. This includes tools, design methods, architectures, circuits, and novel applications of secure hardware. HOST 2014 seeks contributions based on, but not limited to, the following topics.
- Counterfeit detection and avoidance
- Cyber-physical security and trust
- Trojan detection and isolation
- Implementation attacks and countermeasures
- Side channel analysis and fault analysis
- Intellectual property protection and metering
- Hardware architectures for cryptography
- Hardware security primitives: PUFs and TRNGs
- Reliability-security optimization and tradeoffs
- Applications of secure hardware
- Tools and methodologies for secure hardware design
- Title & Abstract submission is due: January 10, 2014
- Full Paper submission is due: January 19, 2014
- Notification of Acceptance: March 14, 2014
- Camera-ready version: April 4, 2014
- Regarding accommodation, the attendees should make their own arrangements independently with their hotels of choice.
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