The hardware security and trust area has experienced tremendous growth over the last decade. A multitude of approaches and methodologies have been developed by researchers in academia and industry for evaluating hardware security and trust, but the effectiveness of these methods is not universally accepted and they may be applicable to some designs, some platforms, some technologies but not to others. For these reasons, the need to develop effective trust benchmark circuits, tools, and hardware platforms is felt by the community.
Our goal in developing the original trust-HUB website was to connect researchers and provide the community with a forum to exchange ideas, benchmark circuits, platforms, tools, and resources. The new trust-HUB platform dramatically expands on all these features and provides them through two different mediums:
We hope that the new trust-HUB platform is as well-received as the original and continues to synchronize research activities, increase awareness and excitement, and accelerate research and development in the domain of hardware security and trust for many years to come.
Trust-Hub Management Team:
Mark Tehranipoor, University of Florida
Domenic Forte, University of Florida
Ramesh Karri, NYU
Farinaz Koushanfar, University of California, San Diego
Miodrag Potkonjak, University of California, Los Angeles