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Speaker: Nitin Pundir (under Farimah Farahmandi)
Abstract: FPGA-as-a-Service is becoming in prominence to fulfill the growing demand for low-power hardware accelerators on the cloud. Because of the reconfigurability and flexibility in establishing the architecture, FPGAs on the cloud are well suited to the needs of increasing machine learning and artificial intelligence applications. This session examines the security implications of FPGAs in the cloud, as well as the problems that lie ahead. We will also talk about our own experiences and found vulnerabilities that might be used to launch denial-of-service attacks.
Short bio: Nitin Pundir is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Florida in the FICS Research lab. He is advised by Prof. Mark Tehranipoor and co-advised by Prof. Farimah Farahmandi. His research focuses on hardware and system security, side-channel assessment, fault injection assessment, FPGA-as-a-Service security, and machine-learning assisted secure physical design.
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