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The course is not running in this semester.
For more information, please contact Claudia Petzsch.
*02/01/2013: These are the rooms for the HW Security lectures in 2013 on Thursdays, 12:00-14:00. Please register at the reception on 18th floor.
- 10.1. – Green Box
- 17.1. – Audtorium 2 on 20th floor; (direct access without registration at reception)
- 24.1. – Green Box
- 31.1. – Sputnik
- 7.2. - Sputnik
- 14.2. - Sputnik
*13/11/2012: These are the rooms for the remaining HW Security lectures in 2012 on Thursdays, 12:00-14:00. Please register at the reception on 18th floor.
- 22.11. – Green Box
- 29.11. – Green Box
- 6.12. – Green Box
- 13.12. – Sputnik
- 20.12. – Auditorium 2 on 20th floor (direct access without registration at reception)
*12/11/2012: This week's HW Security lecture on 15/11/2012 will take place in TEL, Green Box, from 12:00 to 13:30. Please register at the reception on 18th floor in order to get to the room.
*08/11/2012: The HW Security lecture will take place at 12:15 today! We will meet in front of TEL1118/19
*01/11/2012: Today's lecture is canceled.
*18/10/2012: Today's lecture is canceled.
*09/10/2012: We created an ISIS course for this lecture. You can register for the course via: https://www.isis.tu-berlin.de/course/view.php?id=7380
*05/10/2012: If you are interested in this course offer, please attend our introductory meeting on Monday, 15 October 2012, 10-12 a.m. in room TEL 1118/19.
*05/10/2012: The first lecture will be held on 18 October 2012.
|Content||More and more powerful electronical devices and their applications, from mobiles, car infotainment, e-banking, electronic cash, internet via PC, mobile, gaming consoles or televisions to machine to machine communication are pervading our lives. In that context the requirements to these systems to ensure a secure and reliable program execution even in malicious environments are constantly increasing. These requirements can often be fulfilled with special hardware only. Modern CPUs and platforms provide with e.g. La Grande (Intel) and Trustzone (ARM) hardware extensions which make construction of such systems feasible. This lecture deals with existing modern security hardware and discusses their functions and principles.|
|Lecturer||Prof. Jean-Pierre Seifert|
|Course ID||0434 L 983|
|Teaching Period||Winter semester 2012/13|
|Time||Thursdays, 2:00 - 4:00 pm (weekly)|
|Credit||3 ECTS / 2 SWS|
|Target Audience||Diploma/master students in the main study period; can also be taken as part of the bachelor program|
|Contact Person||Prof. Jean-Pierre Seifert|