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Ingrid Verbauwhede (#170)
Name Ingrid Verbauwhede
Personal Homepage http://homes.esat.kuleuven.be/~iverbauw/
Topic of his/her doctorate. VLSI Design Methodologies for the ASIC realization of cryptographic and algebraic systems
Category (no category)
Year of completion 1991
Last Change 2013-12-03 05:43:18
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Ingrid Verbauwhede's Students

Kazuo Sakiyama - Secure Design Methodology and Implementation for Embedded Public-key Cryptosystems (implementation)
Michael Hutter - Secure and Efficient Implementation of RFID Tags Supporting Cryptography (implementation)
Elke De Mulder - Electromagnetic Techniques and Probes for Side-Channel Analysis on Cryptographic Devices (implementation)
Miroslav Knezevic - Efficient Hardware Implementations of Cryptographic Primitives (implementation)
Anthony Van Herrewege - Security components for trusted computer systems (implementation)
Amitabh Das - Differential Scan-Based Side-Channel Attacks and Countermeasures (implementation)

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