Navid Asadi is partnering with the Office of Naval Research (ONR) on a system which promises secure fabrication of electronic systems.
ECE PhD student Ulbert (Joey) Botero was recently awarded 2020 Outstanding Paper at the Electronic Device Failure Analysis Society (EDFAS) Virtual Workshop, held December 7–9 of last year for his paper, “Automated Via Detection for PCB Reverse Engineering.”
An article recently published in the Academic Times profiled exciting new technology patented by researchers at the Florida Institute for Cybersecurity (FICS) Research which promises a new way to detect recycled and counterfeit electronic parts. The technology created by ECE Associate Professor Domenic Forte and ECE Associate Professor Nima Maghari makes supply chains more secure, protects consumer safety and runs at almost zero cost.
It was revealed this week that widely-deployed servers manufactured by SuperMicro had been found to contain motherboards which had been modified at the factory.
Hardware security made news in the worst way possible last month with the announcement that two CPU bugs, nicknamed Spectre and Meltdown, leave virtually every modern computer, smartphone, tablet and PC vulnerable to malicious attack. FICS members are actively working on initiatives related to Spectre and Meltown, showing their global expertise in the field.
Students from Booker High School in Sarasota spent the day visiting two high-powered labs at the University of Florida on Wednesday, Oct. 11. Students visited the SCAN Lab at FICS Research and the Machine Intelligence Lab.
“On the Vulnerability of ECG Verification to Online Presentation Attacks,” has won best student paper at the recent IJCB 2017 conference in Denver.