CARDIS 2021 is over. All pre-recordings and the recordings of the live sessions are now available on the CARDIS YouTube Channel.

CARDIS 2021 was accompanied by the Fall School on Nano-Electronics for Secure Systems (NESSY). NESSY is aimed at PhD students, postdocs and interested individuals and is supposed to offer the opportunity for networking, discussions, and collaboration. CARDIS 2021 and NESSY shared an invited talk.

Accepted Posters

  • Giulio Galderisi, Thomas Mikolajick and Jens Trommer
    Reconfigurable Field Effect Transistors an an Innovative Nanotechnology Platform for Hardware Security Applications

  • Sahitya Yarragolla and Thomas Mussenbrock
    Compact stochastic modelling of memristive devices for nano-security applications

  • Sajjad Parvin, Frank Sill Torres and Rolf Drechsler
    Toward Optical Probing Resistant Circuits: A Comparison of Logic Styles and Circuit Design Techniques

  • Andrea Caforio, Fatih Balli and Subhadeep Banik
    The Last SCARE-Frontier: Practical Reverse Engineering of Protected AES-Like Ciphers

  • Mohammad Eslami, Tara Ghasempouri and Samuel Pagliarini
    Reusing the Verification Assertions as Security Checkers for Hardware Trojan Detection

  • Jonas Ruchti, Danilo Bürger, Nan Du, Michael Pehl and Heidemarie Schmidt
    PUF Key Storage Based on BiFeO3 Memristors

  • Soundes Marzougui, Nils Wisiol, Patrick Gersch, Juliane Krämer and Jean-Pierre Seifert
    Machine-Learning Side-Channel Attacks on the GALACTICS Constant-Time Implementation of BLISS

  • Pierre-Antoine Tissot, Lilian Bossuet and Vincent Grosso
    Fault Resistant Symmetric Encryption Implementation

  • Alexander Treff, Thore Tiemann, Okan Seker and Thomas Eisenbarth
    Extracting machine learning models from IoT ML accelerators via Power and EM attacks

  • Simon Böttger, Florian Frank, Nikolaos Athanasios Anagnostopoulos, Tolga Arul, Stefan Katzenbeisser and Sascha Hermann
    Development of Nanomaterial-Based Physically Unclonable Functions and Dedicated Readout Peripherals

  • Vincent Ulitzsch, Soundes Marzougui, Mehdi Tibouchi and Jean-Pierre Seifert
    Universal Forgery Attack on Dilithium Leveraging Power Side Channels

  • Animesh Pratap Singh, Elmira Moussavi, Daniyar Kizatov, Dominik Sisejkovic, Xuan Thang Vu, Sven Ingebrandt, Rainer Leupers, Farhad Merchant and Vivek Pachauri
    On the design of genetic analogue keys for biologically logic-locked circuits for Nano-security applications

  • Mateus Simões, Lilian Bossuet, Vincent Grosso, Patrick Haddad, Nicolas Bruneau and Thomas Sarno
    Low Latency Masked Implementation