We offer a wide range of BSc and MSc theses in the areas of Implementation Security dealing with either implementation of cryptographic primitives, i.e., considering their performance metrics (area, latency, power, and energy consumption) or their physical security. More precisely, in some theses, the goal is to conduct attacks (by side-channel analysis or fault-injection) on various implementations often protected by a certain countermeasure. In some other theses, the aim is to develop countermeasures (against side-channel analysis or fault-injection attacks or their combination) under certain criteria, e.g., when area is limited or a high throughput is expected, etc. Here you may find a suitable topic for your BSc/MSc thesis at our group, and here you can have a look at the selected excellent theses accomplished at our group.