Custom CMOS and Post-CMOS Crossbar Circuits for Resource-Constrained Hardware Security Primitives


Securing ubiquitous resource-constrained electronic systems in emerging applications faces severe hardware constraints on power and costs, as well as vulnerability to physical attacks. In this paper, we present a suite of latest hard-ware security primitives, exploiting custom crossbar circuits in CMOS and post-CMOS processes, to provide reliable and energy-efficient hardware root of trust for system security.

2019 IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM)
Kaiyuan Yang
Associate Professor of ECE