Reseach on hardware Trojan
Hardware Trojans are malicious circuits that are secretly inserted into IC chips and circuit boards. They have received widespread attention when news about concerns about contamination into LSIs for 5G is taken up. The goal of the research is...
Reserch on NAM (Nano-artifact Metrics)
The distribution of counterfeit products or parts with high added value causes disruption to the supply chain, such as disadvantages for legitimate vendors and users. If you can create a unique tag which is physically difficult to create the same thing, you...
Research on evaluation techniques for detecting LSI vulnerabilities
In today's information society, not only information terminals such as smart phones and computers, but also cars, machine tools in factories, and many other things are electrically controlled. There is a growing concern about the risk of leakage of confidential information and malfunction of these electronic...
1985 Completed the master's program at the Department of Electrical Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, the University of Tokyo. Doctor of Engineering from the University of Tokyo (1996). Currently, Deputy Director of Cyber Physical Security Research Center, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology and Leader of Hardware Security Research Team. Specializes in cryptographic implementation and hardware security.
Received his Ph.D. degree from Waseda University. After professional experiences in Waseda university, University of Rome Tor Vergata (JST/JSPS overseas young research fellowship), and the University of Tokyo, working in National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology as a senior researcher. Conducting theoretical researches on applications of physics and information theory to computer science and engineering.
M.Eng. and Ph.D. degrees at the Graduate School of Electro-Communications, University of Electro-Communications in 1992 and 2001 respectively. Currently working as a senior researcher for Hardware Security Research Team, Cyberphysical Security Research Center (CPSEC), National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST). His major research interest is hardware security.
Saki Osuka received her M.E. and Ph.D. degrees from Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan, in 2019, and 2022, respectively. She is currently working as a researcher at National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology. Research interests: side-channel analysis, fault injection attack.
Junihci Sakamoto received his M.I.S and Ph.D. degrees from Yokohama National University, Japan, in 2017, and 2020, respectively. He is currently working as a researcher at Yokohama National University and National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology. He has engaged in various researches with respect to hardware security, efficient implementations of the cryptographic algorithms, side-channel attacks, and laser-based fault attack. He is currently interested in remote-based physical attacks and hardware implementation of homomorphic encryptions.
2004 Doctoral Program in Functioning Systems, Graduate School of Engineering, University of Tsukuba, Japan. PhD (Engineering). He is currently a senior researcher in the Advanced CMOS Technology Research Group, Device Technology Research Institute (D-Tech), National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST). He concurrently works for Cyber Physical Security Research Center (CPSEC) and AI Chip Design Open Innovation Laboratory (AIDL). His research interests include FPGA and hardware security.
Makoto Nagata is a professor of the graduate school of science, technology and innovation, Kobe University, Japan. He is also an invited senior researcher of cyber physical security research center, The National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST). His research interests include design techniques targeting high-performance mixed analog, RF and digital VLSI systems with particular emphasis on power/signal/substrate integrity and electromagnetic compatibility, testing and diagnosis, three-dimensional system integration, as well as their applications for hardware security and safety.
Ph. D. degree: Information Sciences, Tohoku University, 2009. Since 2017, Professor, Graduate School of Science and Technology, Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan. RESEARCH INTERESTS: Hardware Security, Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC), Electromechanical Devices (EMC)
M.S. degree in Physics from Ochanomizu University in 1990. Ph.D. in Science from Ochanomizu University in 1998. Currently, Invited Senior Researcher of Hardware Security Research Team, Cyber Physical Security Research Center, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST). Research interests: cryptographic implementation and side-channel analysis
1999: Ph.D. degree in Engineering from Department of Mathematical Engineering and Information Physics, Graduate School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo 1999: Research Associate, The University of Tokyo 2000: Assistant Professor, The University of Tokyo 2002–2019: National Institute of Information and Communications Technology. 2019–: Professor, The University of Tokyo Research interests: Information physics and computing, Natural computing, Optical systems, Decision making, Information network, Categorical system modeling
1984: Ph.D. degree in Chemistry from Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Tokyo Institute of Technology. 2006: Entrepreneur of Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Science and technology. Research interests: Resist materials for semiconductor and fundamental science of microfabrication.