The research community lacks both the capability to explain the effectiveness of existing techniques and the metrics to predict the security properties and vulnerabilities of the next generation of nano-devices and systems. This book provides in-depth viewpoints on security issues and explains how nano devices and their unique properties can address the opportunities and challenges of the security community, manufacturers, system integrators, and end users. This book elevates security as a fundamental design parameter, transforming the way new nano-devices are developed. Part 1 focuses on nano devices and building security primitives. Part 2 focuses on emerging technologies and integrations.
Table of Contents
Introduction. Logic and Memory Devices: Nano CMOS Logic based Security Primitive Design. Nano CMOS Memory-based Security Primitive Design. Resistive Memory Elements: Memristor. Resistive Memory Elements: RRAM. Phase Change Memory. Spin Torque Transfer and Magnetic Domain Wall Memory Devices. Silicon Nanowire Devices. Graphene and Carbon Nanotubes. Emerging Architectures and Systems: Device Composition. 2.5 and 3D Architectures. Nano-scale Memory Architectures for Neuromorphic Computing. Circuit-Edit Techniques for IP Protection. Preventing Microprobing Attack. Polymer/Bendable Circuits. Digital-microfluidic Platform. NOC and Power Supply Security. MEMs and NEMs. Chaos Computing and Physically Unclonable Computing Systems. Authentication Techniques Based on Nanoelectronic Crossbar Architectures.