TRUDEVICE Workshop – Call for Contributions

TRUDEVICE 2019 – Call for Contributions

May 30-31, 2019


Hardware security is becoming increasingly important for many embedded systems applications ranging from small RFID tag to satellites orbiting the earth: secure applications such as public services, communication, control and healthcare keep growing, however hardware devices that implement cryptography functions has become the Achille’s heel in the last decade.

The TRUDEVICE Workshop will provide an environment for researchers from academic and industrial domains who want to discuss recent findings, theories and on-going work on all aspects of hardware security including design, manufacturing, testing, reliability, validation and utilization. Program will include invited talks, contributed talks and work in progress. Topics of the workshop include but are not limited to:

  • Manufacturing test of secure devices
  • Trustworthy manufacturing of secure devices
  • Reconfigurable devices for secure functions
  • Hardware Trojans in IPs and ICs
  • Fault attack injection, detection and protection
  • PUFs and TRGNs
  • Validation, Evaluation
  • Side channel attacks and resilient architectures


  Time Session
Thursday 16:00  Keynote: Ilia polian
16:45-17:30 Side channel attacks and countermeasures
Demonstration of dynamic write cycle power analysis attacks against SRAM implementations Ishai Kehati, Maoz Vicentowski and Yoav Weizman


SICAK: An open-source side-channel analysis toolkit Petr Socha, Vojtěch Miškovský and Martin Novotný


DPMUX Based LUT Towards Secure FPGA David Zooker Zabib, Alexander Fish and Osnat Keren
17:30-18:00  Hardware Security Primitives
Electroforming-free Memristors for Hardware Security Primitives

Nan Du, Mahdi Kiani, Xianyue Zhao, Danilo Bürger, Oliver G. Schmidt, Ramona Ecke, Stefan E. Schulz, Heidemarie Schmidt and Ilia Polian

High-Entropy STT-MTJ-based TRNG

Elena Ioana Vatajelu and Giorgio Di Natale

Friday 9:00-9:45 Hardware security implementation
Stream Cipher Based Encryption in IEEE Test Standards

Emanuele Valea, Marie-Lise Flottes, Giorgio Di Natale and Bruno Rouzeyre

Silicon implementation of compact protecting codes (CPC) for protection of memory modules against fault injection attacks

Hila Rabii, Yaara Neumeier, Yonathan Shushan, Ilan Sever and Yoav Weizman

Fault Sensitivity Analysis of Lattice-based Components

Felipe Valencia, Ilia Polian and Francesco Regazzoni

10:00-12:00 Joint Program of SHIVA and TRUDEVICE until Lunch
12:00-18:00 SHIVA workshop


Paper publication – Accepted papers will be published on the Workshop’s website. Every accepted paper must have at least one author registered to the workshop.

Co-organization with the SHIVA workshop – The workshop is complemented and organized back-to- back with the SHIVA workshop. The closing session of TRUDEVICE on Friday, May 31st, 10am – 12am at the same time will be the opening session of the SHIVA Workshop.


For more information:

Osnat Keren – Program Chair
Bar Ilan University (IL)
Stjepan Picek – Program Chair
Delft University of Technology (NL)

Francesco Regazzoni – General Chair
Giorgio Di Natale – General Chair
CNRS – TIMA, Grenoble (FR)