ABSTRACT

The research community lacks both the capability to explain the effectiveness of existing techniques and the metrics to predict the security properties and vulnerabilities of the next generation of nano-devices and systems. This book provides in-depth viewpoints on security issues and explains how nano devices and their unique properties can address the opportunities and challenges of the security community, manufacturers, system integrators, and end users. This book elevates security as a fundamental design parameter, transforming the way new nano-devices are developed. Part 1 focuses on nano devices and building security primitives. Part 2 focuses on emerging technologies and integrations.

section I|174 pages

Nano and Emerging Devices

chapter 19|20 pages

Nano CMOS Logic-Based Security Primitive Design

ByFahim Rahman, Atul Prasad Deb Nath, Domenic Forte, Swarup Bhunia, Mark Tehranipoor

chapter 3|16 pages

Nanoscale CMOS Memory-Based Security Primitive Design

ByDaniel E. Holcomb

chapter 4|18 pages

Memristor-Based Security

ByMd Tanvir Arafin, Gang Qu

chapter 5|20 pages

RRAM-Based Hardware Security Primitives

ByShimeng Yu, Xiaoyu Sun, Rui Liu, Huaqiang Wu, Yachuan Pang, Bin Gao, He Qian, An Chen

chapter 6|22 pages

Phase Change Memory and Its Applications in Hardware Security

ByRaihan Sayeed Khan, Nafisa Noor, Chenglu Jin, Jake Scoggin, Zachary Woods, Sadid Muneer, Aaron Ciardullo, Phuong Ha Nguyen, Ali Gokirmak, Marten van Dijk, Helena Silva

chapter 7|28 pages

Spin-Transfer-Torque RAM and Domain Wall Memory Devices

ByRekha Govindaraj, Mohammad Nasim Imtiaz Khan, Swaroop Ghosh

chapter 8|14 pages

Polarity-Controllable Silicon NanoWire FET-Based Security

ByYu Bi, Pierre-Emmanuel Gaillardon, X. Sharon Hu, Michael Niemier, Jiann-Shiun Yuan, Yier Jin

chapter 9|18 pages

Carbon-Based Novel Devices for Hardware Security

ByHaoting Shen, Fahim Rahman, Mark Tehranipoor, Domenic Forte

section II|186 pages

Emerging Technologies and Architectures

chapter 10|20 pages

Composition of Physical Unclonable Functions: From Device to Architecture

ByFahim Rahman, Atul Prasad Deb Nath, Swarup Bhunia, Domenic Forte, Mark Tehranipoor

chapter 11|18 pages

Security in Emerging Fabrication Technologies

ByYuntao Liu, Yang Xie, Ankur Srivastava

chapter 12|20 pages

Nanoscale Memory Architectures for Neuromorphic Computing

ByChaofei Yang, Hai Li, Yiran Chen

chapter 13|22 pages

Leveraging Circuit Edit for Low-Volume Trusted Nanometer Fabrication

ByBicky Shakya, Xiaolin Xu, Navid Asadizanjani, Mark Tehranipoor, Domenic Forte

chapter 14|30 pages

BIST for Online Evaluation of PUFs and TRNGs

BySiam U Hussain, Mehrdad Majzoobi, Farinaz Koushanfar

chapter 15|20 pages

Digital Microfluidic Biochip Security

ByJack Tang, Mohamed Ibrahim, Krishnendu Chakrabarty, Ramesh Karri

chapter 16|20 pages

Nanoelectromechanical Systems Secure FPGA and Security Primitives

ByPhilip X.-L. Feng, Swarup Bhunia

chapter 17|16 pages

A Chaotic Logic-Based Physical Unclonable Computing System

ByCory Merkel, Mesbah Uddin, Garrett S. Rose

chapter 18|18 pages

Security from Sneak Paths in Crossbar Memory Architectures

ByMd. Badruddoja Majumder, Mesbah Uddin, Garrett S. Rose