Advanced Topics in Computer Engineering - Trustworthy Computing
Current topics in trustworthy computing, especially hardware-enabled trust and security. Topics include enabling hardware to thwart attacks (e.g., with randomization), measuring and characterizing normal software-hardware behavior, hardware that does not leak information, building cryptographic support into computers, dynamic information flow tracking, building resilient computers that operate under both faults and attacks, multicore security, secure virtual machines and secure cloud storage.
Term Paper(s) - 80%
Class/Precept Participation - 20%
Not Open to Freshmen.
Reading List: Research papers from security, architecture and embedded system conferences.
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