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ECE Graduate Seminar Lecture by Dr. Elke De Mulder, Senior Research Engineer, Rambus Cryptography Research (via Zoom)

Wednesday, October 13, 2021
1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
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Security Research at Rambus



In this talk, I will address the how and why of doing security research at Rambus [1]. Why do we do it, what kind of research do we do, how does it work, and what do we do with the results?


[1]  [Online] Accessed Oct.7, 2021





Dr. Elke De Mulder

Senior Research Engineer

Rambus Cryptography Research



Elke De Mulder is a Senior Research Engineer at Rambus Cryptography Research. Her research interests include embedded security in general, but with a strong focus on the practical side of both side-channel attacks and protections, as well as the design of security solutions in hardware and software. She has a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from COSIC, KU Leuven, Belgium. Throughout the years, she has authored many peer-reviewed papers and served on several program committees in the field as a member or chair.


Host: Professor Fatemeh (Saba) Ganji