His scientific interests lie mostly in Embedded system, Field-programmable gate array, Cryptography, Physical unclonable function and Routing. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Software, Cryptographic hardware and Authentication. Patrick Schaumont has researched Software in several fields, including Java and Interface.
The concepts of his Field-programmable gate array study are interwoven with issues in Arbiter, Operand, XOR gate and Flexibility. He works mostly in the field of Cryptography, limiting it down to concerns involving CMOS and, occasionally, Key. His research in Physical unclonable function tackles topics such as Ring oscillator which are related to areas like Accelerated aging and Reliability.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Embedded system, Software, Cryptography, Field-programmable gate array and Side channel attack. His Embedded system research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Computer architecture and Encryption, Advanced Encryption Standard. His Software study typically links adjacent topics like Parallel computing.
Patrick Schaumont has included themes like Hash function, Key, Distributed computing and CMOS in his Cryptography study. His research in Field-programmable gate array intersects with topics in Physical unclonable function, Block cipher and Ring oscillator. He interconnects Leakage, Computer engineering and Power analysis in the investigation of issues within Side channel attack.
Patrick Schaumont mainly investigates Embedded system, Software, Side channel attack, Cryptography and Fault. His research integrates issues of Physical unclonable function, Key, Fault attack, Authentication protocol and Host in his study of Embedded system. His work carried out in the field of Software brings together such families of science as Redundancy, Code generation and Microarchitecture, Parallel computing.
His studies in Side channel attack integrate themes in fields like Key generator, Encryption, Leakage, Modular design and Information sensitivity. His work deals with themes such as Precomputation, Distributed computing, State and Random number generation, which intersect with Cryptography. The Overhead study combines topics in areas such as Field-programmable gate array, Computer hardware, Protocol and Energy consumption.
Patrick Schaumont mostly deals with Software, Cryptography, Computer security, Side channel attack and Embedded system. His work in the fields of Software, such as Software verification, overlaps with other areas such as Leak. His Cryptography research incorporates themes from Sensor node, Hash function, Security level and Public-key cryptography.
Patrick Schaumont works mostly in the field of Computer security, limiting it down to topics relating to Embedded software and, in certain cases, Exploit, Adversary and Information leakage, as a part of the same area of interest. His Side channel attack research focuses on subjects like Parallel computing, which are linked to Program synthesis. His Embedded system study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Overhead, Energy consumption, Authentication protocol, Software fault tolerance and Key.
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A large scale characterization of RO-PUF
Abhranil Maiti;Jeff Casarona;Luke McHale;Patrick Schaumont.
hardware oriented security and trust (2010)
A Systematic Method to Evaluate and Compare the Performance of Physical Unclonable Functions
Abhranil Maiti;Vikash Gunreddy;Patrick Schaumont.
IACR Cryptology ePrint Archive (2013)
A new algorithm for elimination of common subexpressions
R. Pasko;P. Schaumont;V. Derudder;S. Vernalde.
IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems (1999)
Improved Ring Oscillator PUF: An FPGA-friendly Secure Primitive
Abhranil Maiti;Patrick Schaumont.
Journal of Cryptology (2011)
Design and performance testing of a 2.29-GB/s Rijndael processor
I. Verbauwhede;P. Schaumont;H. Kuo.
IEEE Journal of Solid-state Circuits (2003)
A quick safari through the reconfiguration jungle
Patrick Schaumont;Ingrid Verbauwhede;Kurt Keutzer;Majid Sarrafzadeh.
design automation conference (2001)
Improving the quality of a Physical Unclonable Function using configurable Ring Oscillators
Abhranil Maiti;Patrick Schaumont.
field-programmable logic and applications (2009)
Offline hardware/software authentication for reconfigurable platforms
Eric Simpson;Patrick Schaumont.
cryptographic hardware and embedded systems (2006)
Prototype IC with WDDL and differential routing – DPA resistance assessment
Kris Tiri;David Hwang;Alireza Hodjat;Bo-Cheng Lai.
cryptographic hardware and embedded systems (2005)
AES-Based Security Coprocessor IC in 0.18- $muhbox m$ CMOS With Resistance to Differential Power Analysis Side-Channel Attacks
D.D. Hwang;K. Tiri;A. Hodjat;B.-C. Lai.
IEEE Journal of Solid-state Circuits (2006)
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