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Foundations of Trust and Security in Computing

Location

Information Directorate, RI/Advanced Computing Architecture

RO# Location
13.20.94.B6927 Rome, NY 134414514

Advisers

Name E-mail Phone
Matyjas, John D. john.matyjas@us.af.mil 315.330.4255
Osman, Joseph M. joseph.osman@us.af.mil 315.330.7671

Description

AFRL's Trusted Systems Branch offers research opportunities in the area of computer hardware security.  This area of research encompasses the design, development and demonstration of foundations for secure information systems, including technology, components and methods supporting a wide range of requirements for improving the security of computing systems via multiple trust anchors. Such technologies should exhibit security, dependability, confidentiality and manageability.  One particular area of interest is creating new logical microprocessor designs and utilizing conventional silicon integrated circuit foundries and industry standard design tools to demonstrate novel security enhancements.  Other areas of computational diversity and computer hardware research that show promise of improved security and roots of trust are also of interest.

 

Keywords:
Computer architecture; Root of trust; Cyber security hardware; Integrated circuit design; Embedded systems

Eligibility

Citizenship:  Open to U.S. citizens
Level:  Open to Postdoctoral and Senior applicants
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