The following workshops are co-located with ETS’19 and will run in parallel, starting Thursday May 30 at 16:00, ending Friday May 31 at 15:00. Registration will be possible through the ETS registration system; the registration fee is valid for all three workshops.

Secure Hardware, Integrity and preVention of Attacks Workshop

  • Hans-Joachim Wunderlich – University of Stuttgart
  • Bernd Becker – University of Freiburg

The SHIVA1 Workshop will provide an environment for researchers and practitioners from academia and industry as well to discuss challenges, recent developments, and on-going work in hardware security, in particular w.r.t. topics like securing scan infrastructure against attacks, techniques to protect a system against (un)intentional manipulation and against reading out of confidential information or intellectual property.

Further Information: Workshop Website

4th International Test Standards Application Workshop

  • General Chair: Michele Portolan – TIMA, Grenoble (FR)

The TESTA workshop is a focused, open discussion platform dedicated to exchange of fresh ideas, industrial best practices, methodologies and work-in-progress around test related standards, especially those being actively developed today or the ones recently released. Contributions covering IEEE 1149.x, IEEE 1500, IEEE 1687, IEEE 1450, and open Working Groups like IEEE P1838, IEEE P1687.x and STAM are expected. Particularly welcome are contributions that discuss what works, what does not, or how the standards were incorporated into existing or new DFT methodologies. Reports on first-time usage of new and upcoming standards are welcome, as is research exploring the best usage of features described in these standards.

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8th Workshop on Trustworthy Manufacturing and Utilization of Secure Devices

  • General Chairs: Francesco Regazzoni – ALaRI – USI (CH), Giorgio Di Natale – CNRS – TIMA, Grenoble (FR)
  • Program Chairs: Osnat Keren – Bar Ilan University (IL), Stjepan Picek – Delft University of Technology (NL)

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.

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