Hardware Security

Course description:

Teaching hardware security to electrical engineering students is new at graduate level. It requires a wide field of knowledge and a lot of time. This paper describes a compact course on hardware security that is available to electrical engineering
master’s students at the Saint-Etienne Institute of Telecom, University of Lyon, France. It is intended for instructors who wish to design a new course on this topic. The paper reviews the motivation for the course, the pedagogical issues involved, the curriculum, the lab materials and tools used, and the results. Details are provided on two original lab sessions, in particular, a compact lab that requires students to perform differential power analysis of hardware implementation of the AES cipher. ...

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