Prof. Dr. (Mrs.) Sumita Sur Kolay


Viterbi Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Technion

On Trusted Sharing of Intellectual Property of VLSI Design

Abstract In the emerging field of Intellectual property protection and security for VLSI design, misappropriation can be categorized as ( i ) unauthorized access or interception ( ii) generation of illegal copies ( iii) insertion of hardware trojan horse. In order to counter these attacks, lock based active protection is taken during transmission, signature based passive protection is taken to detect the illegal copies and trojan detection techniques have been under taken to protect against trojan Various types of IPs are present in the design flow. In this talk, efficient methods for deterministic obfuscation, signature embedding and verification protocols, post fabrication authentication and hardware  
Biography: Susmita Sur Kolay is a Professor in the Advanced Computing and Microelectronics Unit, and presently the Professor in Charge of the Computer and Communication Sciences Division of the Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata, India. She received the B. Tech Hons.) degree in Electronics and Electrical Communications Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur and the Ph. D. degree in Computer Science and Engineering from Jadavpur University India. During the period 1993 99 , she was a Reader in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering of Jadavpur University. Prior to that, she was a post doctoral fellow at University of Nebraska Lincoln, and a Research Assistant at the Laboratory for Computer Science in Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She was also a Visiting Faculty at Princeton University and Intel Corp., USA. Her research contributions are in the areas of algorithms for electronic design automation, synthesis of quantum computers, and graph algorithms. She has co authored edited books, several technical papers in leading international journals and refereed conference proceedings. Seminar Pdf

Date: Sun 22 Sep 2019

Start Time: 11:30

End Time: 12:30

Auditorium 1003 | Electrical Engineering Meyer Building