Hosted in Hong Kong, China, this year’s Field Programmable Technology Conference awarded BYU’s team win the Best Paper Award. Held annually, the FPT Conference is the primary conference in the Asia-Pacific region focused on field-programmable technologies.
The BYU team wrote their research paper entitled Cloning the Unclonable: Physically Cloning an FPGA Ring-Oscillator PUF. It presents a novel technique to physically clone a ring oscillator physically unclonable function (RO PDF) onto another distinct FPG A die, using precise, targeted aging. Check out the article here: Cloning the Unclonable: Physically Cloning an FPGA Ring-Oscillator PUF.
Dr. Goeders worked with students Hayden Cook, Jonathan Thompson, and Zephram Tripp as well as retired BYU professor, Dr. Brad Hutchings.
Congratulations to the entire team!