Indiana Innovation Institute: Trusted Microelectronics

Semiconductors are the key components that drive the operation of critical electronic systems in both the commercial and military sectors. However, the security and integrity of the microelectronics that control our electronics is under increasing hardware and software-based attacks which puts large portions of our economy and national security at risk. The Indiana Innovation Institute is working on technologies which help to counter these attacks, increases resistance to counterfeiting, and has applications in nearly all electronic devices. The technologies under development by our team in trusted microelectronics have a number of applications including increasing reliability, anti-counterfeiting, anti-tamper, and hardware security.

https://news.iu.edu/stories/2019/02/iub/01-martin-swany-in3-indiana-innovation-institute.html

https://in3indiana.com/what-we-do/projects/trusted-microelectronics/

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