Date: 2011/2/4 (Fri)

      Place: Collaboration Room #7 (Information Science Building, 5th floor)

      Name: Mitsuru Matsui
          Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Information Technology R&D Center, Information Security Department, Deputy Manager

      Title: Physical Unclonable Function using Glitch

      PUF (Physical Unclonable Function) is a new technology that can extract unique "fingerprint" information from a given hardware, such as LSI's and FPGA's, using an embedded circuit. PUF dynamically generates secret information without keeping it on static memory, and hence is considered much more robust against device cloning than securing static memory. In this talk, we will introduce a new PUF circuit using glitch and demonstrate some experimental evidences that our glitch PUF is highly practical.