The Sustainable Electronic Technologies (SET) group aims to address aspects of sustainability which relate to electricity, electronics and communication. Electronic devices (computers, mobile phones, data centres) use a significant amount of the world's total energy consumption. Low power and efficient computing and electricity from renewable resources is required to allow electronic devices to have a continued positive impact on society.
The SET group held a seminar on 1 February, 2019. The seminar was organised by Dr Basel Halak and was attended by staff and students. The group was honoured to welcome Prof. Yier Jin from the University of Florida who provided a keynote presentation on the topic of “Analog Circuit Security in the Digital World”. The program of the seminar is as follows: Analog Circuit Security in the Digital World - Yier Jin (Invited Speaker) EDAB: A Low Cost Detector for Early Detection of Anomalous Behaviour in Embedded Systems - Elena Lai Leng Woo, Mark Zwolinski, Basel Halak On the Design and Implementation of Lightweight Authentication and Secure Key Exchange Protocol for Energy-Constrained Systems - Yildiran Yilmaz and Basel Halak Improved Physical Unclonable Function Design Against Machine Learning Attack - Haibo Su, Basel Halak and Mark ZwolinskiRead More