Dr. Guru Venkataramani, Professor at George Washington University
In this talk, we will first visit the fundamental problems surrounding sensitive information leakage that dominate security research landscape and has the potential to hamper upcoming applications. More recently, timing channels have emerged as one of the most dangerous forms of information leakage leaving no physical evidence of an attack.
Professor Guru Venkataramani’s group conducts research in computer architecture with an emphasis on security and energy efficiency. His research has been funded by NSF, SRC, ONR and ORAU. Prof. Venkataramani’s research group has pioneering contributions in investigating hardware timing channels on multicore processors. He is a recipient of NSF CAREER award, ORAU Ralph E. Powe Junior Faculty Enhancement award and best paper awards in research conferences. He was one of the two general chairs for IEEE HPCA 2019 and organized NSF workshop on side and covert channels in computing systems at GWU in 2018.
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