Parity - Gender equality
IA & Ocean
Industry of the Futur
From sensors to knowledge: Communicate and decide
Hardware and Software
WG virtual FPGAs
Former PhD students:
Dr Mohamed EL-BOUAZZATI, 2020-2023, grant funded by Brittany Région and UBS , PhD thesis on "
A Lightweight Host-based Intrusion Detection System using a Hardware-Assisted Monitor to detect Wireless Attacks Targeting Constrained IoT Devices
Dr Noura AIT MANSSOUR, 2019-2023, PEC grant funded by Brittany Région (CNRS administrative management), PhD thesis on "
Hardware Security of Embedded Processors against Fault Injection Attacks
Dr Émilien FOURNIER, 2018-2022, PEC grant funded by Brittany Région, PhD thesis on "Accélération matérielle de la vérification de sûreté et vivacité sur des architectures reconfigurables".
Dr Alemeh GHASEMI, 2018-2022, grant funded by ANR Nooman project, PhD thesis on "
Notifying Memories for Dataflow Applications on Shared-Memory Parallel Computer
Dr Rohit PRASAD, 2017-2021, grant funded by UBS and Univ. di Bologna (Italia), PhD thesis on "
Integrated Programmable-Array accelerator to design heterogeneous ultra-low power manycore architectures
Dr Hannah BOENNING BADIER, 2017-2021, grant funded by DGA and Brittany Région, PhD thesis on "
Transient obfuscation for HLS security : application to cloud security, birthmarking and hardware Trojan defense
Dr Libey DJATH, 2017-2021, PEC grant funded by DGA-UBO (UBO administrative management), PhD thesis on "
RNS-Flexible Hardware Accelerators for High-Security Asymmetric Cryptography
Dr Ghita HARCHA, 2017-2021, PEC grant funded by DGA and Brittany Région (UBS administrative management), PhD thesis on “
Introducing shuffling into hardware architectures: a contribution to the security of AES cyphers in an IoT context
Dr Timo ZIJLSTRA, 2017-2020, PEC grant funded by DGA and Brittany Région (CNRS administrative management), PhD thesis on "
Secure Hardware Accelerators for Post-Quantum Cryptography
", now with
Dr Maria MUSHTAQ, 2016-2019, grant funded by UBS and Brittany Région, PhD thesis on "
Software-based detection and mitigation of microarchitectural attacks on Intel's x86 architecture
Dr Gabriel GALLIN, 2014-2018, IRISA and Lab-STICC, grant from HAH project (CNRS administrative management), PhD thesis on "
Hardware arithmetic units and cryptoprocessors for hyperelliptic curve cryptography
" (document in French), now with
Dr Théotime BOLLENGIER, 2015-2018, PhD thesis on "
From prototyping to exploitation of FPGA overlays
Former Post-doc researchers:
Dr. Rodrigo Cadore Cataldo, 2020/02 - 2020/11, grant funded by ANR Nooman, Post-doc on “Efficient memory strategies”.
Dr. Arnab kumar Biswas, 2018/01 - 2019/02, grant funded by CominLabs HardBlare, Post-doc on "Multi-core/multiprocessor hardware-assisted DIFC system".