IEEE International Symposium on Hardware Oriented Security and Trust (HOST)
Washington DC, USA
2019 BEST Hardware Demo Awards
A CAD Framework for Machine Learning based Hardware IP Trust Verification
Tamzidul Hoque, Jonathan Cruz, Prabuddha Chakraborty and Swarup Bhunia – University of Florida, USA
Hardware Trojan Detection Using Backscattering Side Channel
Luong Nguyen, Alenka Zajic, Milos Prvulovic and Chia-Lin Cheng – Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Software-based Fault and Power Side-Channel Attacks inside Multi-Tenant FPGAs
Jonas Krautter and Dennis Gnad – Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
Falk Schellenberg and Amir Moradi – Ruhr-Universität, Germany
Mehdi Tahoori – Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
Fareena Saqib - University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Hassan Salmani - Howard University
2019 BEST Paper Awards
High Capability and Low-Complexity: Novel Fault Detection Scheme for Finite Field Multipliers over $GF(2^m)$ based on MSPB
Chiou-Yng Lee - LHU, TaiwanJiafeng Xie - Villanova University, USA
Best Student Paper
STELLAR: A Generic EM Side-Channel Attack Protection through Ground-Up Root-cause Analysis
Debayan Das – Purdue University, USAMayukh Nath – Purdue University, USABaibhab Chatterjee – Purdue University, USASantosh Ghosh – Intel Labs, Intel Corporation, USAShreyas Sen – Purdue University, USA
Jim Plusquellic - University of New Mexico
Brian Cohen - IDARo Cammarota - IntelVivek De - IntelRyan Helinski - Sandia National LabVincent Mooney - Georgia Tech.
HOST Hall of Fame
University of New Mexico
University of Florida
Booz Allen Hamilton
UC San Diego
Carnegie Mellon University
Jim Plusquellic – University of New MexicoMark Tehranipoor – University of FloridaFor contributions as HOST co-founders, general chairs, steering committee, and numerous initiatives since the beginning of the conference.
Saverio Fazzari – Booz Allen HamiltonFor contributions to establishing HOST as a preeminent conference in the government and industrial sectors.
Farinaz Koushanfar – UC San DiegoFor contributions as the first General Chair not co-located with DAC and Steering Committee member.
Ken Mai – Carnegie Mellon UniversityFor serving as General Chair in 2011 and 2012 during early transitional years from workshop to symposium.