Wayne Burleson
Wayne Burleson
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Bus-invert coding for low-power I/O
MR Stan, WP Burleson
IEEE Transactions on very large scale integration (VLSI) systems 3 (1), 49-58, 1995
12821995
Power-up SRAM state as an identifying fingerprint and source of true random numbers
DE Holcomb, WP Burleson, K Fu
IEEE Transactions on Computers 58 (9), 1198-1210, 2008
5822008
Reconfigurable computing for digital signal processing: A survey
R Tessier, W Burleson
Journal of VLSI signal processing systems for signal, image and video …, 2001
4892001
Initial SRAM state as a fingerprint and source of true random numbers for RFID tags
DE Holcomb, WP Burleson, K Fu
Proceedings of the Conference on RFID Security 7 (2), 01, 2007
3112007
PUF modeling attacks on simulated and silicon data
U Rührmair, J Sölter, F Sehnke, X Xu, A Mahmoud, V Stoyanova, G Dror, ...
IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security 8 (11), 1876-1891, 2013
2722013
Wave-pipelining: a tutorial and research survey
WP Burleson, M Ciesielski, F Klass, W Liu
IEEE Transactions on very large scale integration (vlsi) systems 6 (3), 464-474, 1998
2691998
Low-power encodings for global communication in CMOS VLSI
MR Stan, WP Burleson
IEEE transactions on very large scale integration (VLSI) systems 5 (4), 444-455, 1997
2081997
Stealthy dopant-level hardware trojans
GT Becker, F Regazzoni, C Paar, WP Burleson
International Workshop on Cryptographic Hardware and Embedded Systems, 197-214, 2013
2002013
Trojan side-channels: lightweight hardware trojans through side-channel engineering
L Lin, M Kasper, T Güneysu, C Paar, W Burleson
International Workshop on Cryptographic Hardware and Embedded Systems, 382-395, 2009
1572009
Limited-weight codes for low-power I/O
MR Stan, WP Burleson
International Workshop on low power design 6 (3), 6.8, 1994
1461994
Design challenges for secure implantable medical devices
W Burleson, SS Clark, B Ransford, K Fu
Proceedings of the 49th Annual Design Automation Conference, 12-17, 2012
1182012
MOLES: malicious off-chip leakage enabled by side-channels
L Lin, W Burleson, C Paar
Proceedings of the 2009 international conference on computer-aided design …, 2009
1082009
A dynamically reconfigurable adaptive viterbi decoder
S Swaminathan, R Tessier, D Goeckel, W Burleson
Proceedings of the 2002 ACM/SIGDA tenth international symposium on Field …, 2002
1062002
Dynamically configurable security for SRAM FPGA bitstreams
L Bossuet, G Gogniat, W Burleson
18th International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium, 2004 …, 2004
982004
Boosters for driving long onchip interconnects-design issues, interconnect synthesis, and comparison with repeaters
A Nalamalpu, S Srinivasan, WP Burleson
IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design of Integrated Circuits and …, 2002
912002
Wattsupdoc: Power side channels to nonintrusively discover untargeted malware on embedded medical devices
SS Clark, B Ransford, A Rahmati, S Guineau, J Sorber, W Xu, K Fu
Presented as part of the 2013 {USENIX} Workshop on Health Information …, 2013
902013
Trading off transient fault tolerance and power consumption in deep submicron (DSM) VLSI circuits
A Maheshwari, W Burleson, R Tessier
IEEE transactions on very large scale integration (VLSI) systems 12 (3), 299-311, 2004
902004
Reconfigurable hardware for high-security/high-performance embedded systems: the SAFES perspective
G Gogniat, T Wolf, W Burleson, JP Diguet, L Bossuet, R Vaslin
IEEE Transactions on Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI) Systems 16 (2), 144-155, 2008
832008
Low-power sub-threshold design of secure physical unclonable functions
L Lin, D Holcomb, DK Krishnappa, P Shabadi, W Burleson
2010 ACM/IEEE International Symposium on Low-Power Electronics and Design …, 2010
742010
Efficient power and timing side channels for physical unclonable functions
U Rührmair, X Xu, J Sölter, A Mahmoud, M Majzoobi, F Koushanfar, ...
International Workshop on Cryptographic Hardware and Embedded Systems, 476-492, 2014
732014
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