2019 Annual Conference

The UK Research Institute in Secure Hardware and Embedded Systems (RISE) 2nd Annual Conference was held on 21 November 2019 at the National Liberal Club in London.

The agenda for the day is below, along with the presentations from many of our contributors.

 21st November 2019 
09:30 – 10:00Registration
10:00 - 10:05Welcome: Prof. Máire O’Neill, Director, RISE, Queen’s University Belfast
10:05 – 10:50Keynote: Professor Cetin Koç, University of California Santa Barbara
Engineering of Post-Quantum Cryptography
10:50 - 11:50 RISE Core Project Updates
Simon Moore, Robert Watson, Theo Markettos, University of Cambridge
IOSEC: Protection and Memory Safety for Input/Output Security
Presentation
Dan Page, University of Bristol
SCARV: A Side-Channel Hardened RISC-V Platform
Presentation
Mark Ryan, Flavio Garcia, David Oswald, University of Birmingham
User-Controlled Hardware Security Anchors: Evaluation And Designs
Presentation
Máire O’Neill, Queen’s University Belfast
Deep Security: Applying Deep Learning To Hardware Security
Presentation
11:50 – 12:15Lightning Talks – Early Career Researchers & SMEs
Mahshid Delavar, University of Edinburgh
Quantum Physical Unclonable Functions
Presentation
Neil Hanley, Queens University Belfast
What Does Security Mean for Approximate Computing
Presentation
Vashti Galpin, University of Edinburgh
Micro-architecture simulation for verified security and performance
Presentation
Henry Harrison, CTO at Garrison
Hardsec: using non-Turing-machine logic in FPGAs for security controls
Presentation
12:15 – 12:30John Goodacre, Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund (ISCF) Director
Update on ISCF Challenge on Digital Security by Design
12:30-13:45Lunch/Networking
13:45 – 14:25RISE Tranche 2 Project Updates
Dirk Koch, University of Manchester
rFAS - reconfigurable FPGA Accelerator Sandboxing
Presentation
Simon Moore, University of Cambridge
SafeBet | Memory capabilities to enable safe, aggressive speculation in processors
Presentation
Pramod Bhatotia, University of Edinburgh
GUPT: A Hardware-Assisted Secure and Private Data Analytics Service
Ioana Boureanu, Tom Chothia, Liqun Chen, University of Surrey
TimeTrust: Robust Timing via Hardware Roots of Trust and Non-standard Hardware – with Application to EMV Contactless Payment
Presentation
14:25 – 14:30Close
15:00 – 16:00RISE ISAB Meeting