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  • 11.2022 – David Knichel, Amir Moradi, Nicolai Müller, Pascal Sasdrich won the 1st place in the 9th German IT Security Award and received 100,000 €.
  • 11.2022 – paper accepted at IEEE S&P 2023. Endres Puschner, Thorben Moos, Christian Kison, Steffen Becker, Amir Moradi, Christof Paar, “Red Team vs. Blue Team: A Real-World Hardware Trojan Detection Case Study Across Four Modern CMOS Technology Generations
  • 10.2022 – The BMBF project ProPair started by the kick-off meeting at cosinuss GmbH on 21.10.2022.
  • 09.2022 – The BMBF project KOSEF started by the kick-off meeting at NXP Semiconductors on 30.09.2022.
  • 09.2022 – paper accepted at CHES 2023. Aein Rezaei Shahmirzadi, Siemen Dhooghe, Amir Moradi, “Low-Latency and Low-Randomness Second-Order Masked Cubic Functions
  •  09.2022 – The BMBF project DevToSCA started by the kick-off meeting in Ruhr University Bochum on 01.09.2022.
  • 08.2022 – paper accepted at CCS 2022. Siemen Dhooghe, Aein Rezaei Shahmirzadi, Amir Moradi, “Second-Order Low-Randomness d+1 Hardware Sharing of the AES
  • 08.2022 – ImpSec presents 8 papers at CHES 2022.
  • 07.2022 – paper accepted at CHES 2022. Nicolai Müller, Amir Moradi, “PROLEAD – A Probing-Based Hardware Leakage Detection Tool
  • 07.2022 – paper accepted at CHES 2022. Jakob Feldtkeller, David Knichel, Pascal Sasdrich, Amir Moradi, Tim Güneysu, “Randomness Optimization for Gadget Compositions in Higher-Order Masking
  • 04.2022 – paper accepted at CCS 2022. David Knichel, Amir Moradi, “Low-Latency Hardware Private Circuits
  • 04.2022 – paper accepted at CHES 2022. Timo Bartkewitz, Sven Bettendorf, Thorben Moos, Amir Moradi, Falk Schellenberg, “Beware of Insufficient Redundancy – An Experimental Evaluation of Code-based FI Countermeasures
  • 03.2022 – Anita Aghaie has sucessfully defended her thesis titled “Design and Security Analysis of Hardware Cryptographic Primitives
  • 03.2022 – paper accepted at CHES 2022. David Knichel, Amir Moradi, “Composable Gadgets with Reused Fresh Masks – First-Order Probing-Secure Hardware Circuits with only 6 Fresh Masks
  • 12.2021 – paper accepted at CHES 2022. Nicolai Müller, David Knichel, Pascal Sasdrich, Amir Moradi, “Transitional Leakage in Theory and Practice Unveiling Security Flaws in Masked Circuits
  • 12.2021 – Thorben Moos has successfully defended his thesis titled “Physical Security for Next Generation CMOS ICs
  • 10.2021 – paper accepted at CHES 2022. Tim Beyne, Siemen Dhooghe, Amir Moradi, Aein Rezaei Shahmirzadi, “Cryptanalysis of Efficient Masked Ciphers: Applications to Low Latency
  • 09.2021 – paper accepted at CHES 2022. David Knichel, Amir Moradi, Nicolai Müller, Pascal Sasdrich, “Automated Generation of Masked Hardware
  • 09.2021 – paper accepted at CHES 2022. David Knichel, Pascal Sasdrich, Amir Moradi, “Generic Hardware Private Circuits – Towards Automated Generation of Composable Secure Gadgets