Thomas EisenbarthAssistant Professor
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Atwater Kent Laboratories, AK 307
100 Institute Road
Worcester, MA, USA 01609-2280
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I am an assistant professor at the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at WPI. Before joining WPI I spent two years at the Center for Cryptology and Information Security
(CCIS) at Florida Atlantic University. I received my Ph.D. in ECE from Ruhr University Bochum, Germany. There I worked as a member of the Horst Goertz Institute
(HGI) in the embedded security group of Prof. Christof Paar.
My research interests are in:
Spring 2015: Applied Cryptography and Physical Attacks (ECE 579C)
Fall 2014: Computer Architecture (ECE 505)
D Term 2014: Introduction to Cryptography and Communication Security (ECE 480X)
Fall 2013: Cryptography and Data Security (ECE/CS 578)
Spring 2013: Applied Cryptography and Physical Attacks (ECE 579C)
Guest Editor for IEEE Embedded Systems Letters Special Issue on Embedded System Security.
General Co-Chair: CHES 2013
TPC Co-chair: LightSEC 2014 WESS 2013
PC Member: Latincrypt 2015 RFIDsec 2015 COSADE 2015 ReConFig 2014 CARDIS 2014 M2MSec 2014 WESS 2014 CHES 2014, RFIDsec 2014, RFIDsec 2013, ICICS 2013, CHES 2012, ISC 2010
Communication Chair for CHES
A presentation on research exchanges with Europe and Germany and some additional links.