Hardware is the New Software: Finding Exploitable Bugs in Hardware Designs
Cynthia Sturton is an Assistant Professor and Peter Thacher Grauer Fellow at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She leads the Hardware Security @ UNC research group to investigate the use of static and dynamic analysis to protect against vulnerable hardware designs. Her research is funded by several National Science Foundation awards, the Semiconductor Research Corporation, Intel, a Junior Faculty Development Award from the University of North Carolina, and a Google Faculty Research Award. She was recently awarded the Computer Science Departmental Teaching Award at the University of North Carolina. Sturton received her B.S.E. from Arizona State University and her M.S. and Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley.
Lunch for talk attendees will be available at 12:00pm