Robert SchillingDipl.-Ing. BSc
Secure Systems, PhD Candidate
He is particularly interested in designing systems, which are secure against physical attacks. This research interest includes new software-based countermeasures, security hardened processors, and new compiler enhancements to automatically secure programs against fault attacks.
I teach an undergraduate course offering and introduction to computer and network architectures and a graduate course that focuses on the design of VLSI circuits from architectural until the backend design.
Small faults grow up - Verification of error masking robustness in arithmetically encoded programs
Karl, A., Schilling, R., Bloem, R. & Mangard, S.
Verification, Model Checking, and Abstract Interpretation - 20th International Conference, VMCAI 2019, Proceedings, Springer, 183-204, (Lecture Notes in Computer Science; vol. 11388)
Pointing in the Right Direction - Securing Memory Accesses in a Faulty World
Schilling, R., Werner, M., Nasahl, P. & Mangard, S.
Annual Computer Security Applications Conference
High Speed ASIC Implementations of Leakage-Resilient Cryptography
Schilling, R. & Mangard, S.
Design, Automation & Test in Europe Conference - DATE 2018, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Securing Conditional Branches in the Presence of Fault Attacks
Schilling, R., Werner, M. & Mangard, S.
Design, Automation & Test in Europe Conference - DATE 2018
Leakage Bounds for Gaussian Side Channels
Mangard, S. & Schilling, R.
16th Smart Card Research and Advanced Application Conference - CARDIS 2017, Springer