Trustworthy and Secure Semiconductors and Systems
Cybersecurity threats are heightened by the growing scale and complexity of information networks and embedded systems and our increasing reliance upon them. Hardware security is a function of processes and tools at each step of design and manufacture.
SRC is leading an industry working group on Trustworthy and Secure Semiconductors and Systems (T3S) to identify research priorities and to address those needs in partnership with government agencies. A workshop co-sponsored by SRC and the National Science Foundation (NSF) in January 2013 explored fundamental research opportunities.
SRC sees opportunity in applying its collaborative research model to new initiatives in this field. This model enables all participants to leverage individual investment in basic research to accelerate progress toward broadly useful solutions. A key outcome of SRC research programs is a cadre of relevantly educated graduates who contribute to finding innovative solutions.
For additional information, please contact Celia Merzbacher.