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Aljuffri, A.A.M. (author)
The security of electronic devices holds the greatest importance in the modern digital era, with one of the emerging challenges being the widespread occurrence of hardware attacks. The aforementioned attacks present a substantial risk to hardware devices, and it is of utmost importance to comprehend the potential detrimental effects they may...
doctoral thesis 2024
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Köylü, T.C. (author)
Machine learning has gained a lot of recognition recently and is now being used in many important applications. However, this recognition was limited in the hardware security area. Especially, very few approaches depend on this powerful tool to detect attacks during operation. This thesis reduces this gap in the field of fault injection attack...
doctoral thesis 2023
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Fieback, M. (author)
Resistive random access memory (RRAM) is a promising emerging memory technology that offers dense, non-volatile memories that do not consume any static power. Furthermore, RRAMdevices can be written and read out in nanoseconds, and it is possible to use them to performcomputation-in-memory (CIM). These benefits make this technology a potential...
doctoral thesis 2022
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Cardoso Medeiros, G. (author)
The Fin Field-Effect Transistor (FinFET) technology became the most promising approach to enable the downscaling of technological nodes below the 20 nm threshold. However, the introduction of new technology nodes for embedded memories such as SRAMs, especially for even smaller nodes such as 10 and 5 nm, gives rise to new manufacturing failure...
doctoral thesis 2022
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Wu, L. (author)
As STT-MRAM mass production and deployment in industry is around the corner, high-quality yet cost-efficient manufacturing test solutions are crucial to ensure the required quality of products being shipped to end customers. This dissertation focuses on STT-MRAM testing, covering three abstraction levels: manufacturing defects, fault models, and...
doctoral thesis 2021
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Yu, J. (author)
Memristive devices are promising candidates as a complement to CMOS devices. These devices come with several advantages such as non-volatility, high density, good scalability, and CMOS compatibility. They enable in-memory computing paradigms since they can be used for both storing and computing. However, building in-memory computing systems...
doctoral thesis 2021
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Du Nguyen, H.A. (author)
In-memory computing is a promising computing paradigm due to its capability to alleviate the memory bottleneck. It has even higher potential when implemented usingmemristive devices ormemristors with various beneficial characteristics such as nonvolatility, high scalability, near-zero standby power consumption, high density, and CMOS...
doctoral thesis 2019
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