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M.Sc. Jonas Schupp

Dienstort

Lehrstuhl für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik (Prof. Sigl)

Work:
Theresienstr. 90(0101)/1.ZG
80333 München

PGP: 7E18 E0AF 3586 EF29 93C2  A75F BC9B E35B 5945 6397

Research Interests

  • Asic Design
  • Post-Quantum Cryptography

Student Research Positions

The table below lists the public set of my currenly available research and working opportunities for you. Please do not hesitate to contact me for potential Bachelor or Masters Theses, as well as Research Internships, if you are interested to work in one of my research domains. Should your research interest not be listed right now, let us have a personal conversation in which we may identify and discuss suitable topics.

Open Positions for Students

Masterarbeiten

Post-Quantum Crypto on RISC-V

Beschreibung

As the ongoing development of quantum computers poses a significant threat to classic assymetric cryptography, new approaches for assymetric encryption and signatures need to be developed. These post-quantum secure cryptography can be grouped into different subsets, among them schemes based on lattices, error-correcting codes, isogenies or multivariate equations.

The NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) chose 3 lattice-based Post-Quantum secure algorithms for standardization in July 2022.

The goals of this work is to implement one these algorithms on a State-of-the-Art RISC-V platform and evaluate its potential for hardware acceleration as well as its side-channel resilience.

References:

NIST Round 3 Report

Voraussetzungen

  • Very good programming skills in C and RISC-V assembly
  • Experience in hardware design with VHDL or SystemVerilog

Kontakt

Betreuer:

Jonas Schupp

Forschungspraxis (Research Internships)

Post-Quantum Crypto on RISC-V

Beschreibung

As the ongoing development of quantum computers poses a significant threat to classic assymetric cryptography, new approaches for assymetric encryption and signatures need to be developed. These post-quantum secure cryptography can be grouped into different subsets, among them schemes based on lattices, error-correcting codes, isogenies or multivariate equations.

The NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) chose 3 lattice-based Post-Quantum secure algorithms for standardization in July 2022.

The goals of this work is to implement one these algorithms on a State-of-the-Art RISC-V platform and evaluate its potential for hardware acceleration as well as its side-channel resilience.

References:

NIST Round 3 Report

Voraussetzungen

  • Very good programming skills in C and RISC-V assembly
  • Experience in hardware design with VHDL or SystemVerilog

Kontakt

Betreuer:

Jonas Schupp

Ingenieurpraxis

Temperaturlogging Labor

Kurzbeschreibung:
Konzeptionierung und Aufbau/Implementierung einer Temperaturüberwachung für ein Messlabor

Beschreibung

Seitenkanalmessungen können von Umwelteinflüssen erheblich beeinflusst werden. Um einen Zusammenhang zwischen potentiell fehlerhaften Messungen und der Temperatur des Messplatzes herstellen zu können, soll eine dauerhafte Temperaturübewachung des Labors etabliert werden, die Werte in regelmäßigen Abständen protokolliert und sowohl eine visuelle als automatisierbare Auswertung der Daten über beliebige Zeiträume bietet.

Voraussetzungen

  • Grundkenntnisse der Webentwicklung (z.B.: PHP, RubyOnRails, Javascript)
  • Grundkenntnisse Datenbanken (z.B.: PostgreSQL)
  • Grundkenntnisse Programmierung auf Linux
  • Grundkenntnisse Hardwareentwicklung

Kontakt

Betreuer:

Jonas Schupp