“Workshop on Architectural Implications of Security in IoT Processors, IIT-Delhi”
28th November 2017
14 students namely Srinath thapa (18556), Sumit Sarohi (18555), Robil Sharma (18546), Saurabh Upadhaye (18549), V Sai Anila (18562), Abhishek Panchal (18762), Kajal Bhagel (18773), Preeti Kumari (18782), Lakshay Gupta (18778), Shreya Kumari Pandey (19885), Himanshu Sharma (19505), Aayush Tiwari (19841), Ayush Bhan (19851) and Megha (19869) from IT, CSIT and ECS Department of Dronacharya College of Engineering, Gurgaon attended one day workshop titled “Architectural Implications of Security in IoT Processors” at School of Information Technology Building (Seminar Hall - 001), IIT Delhi on 28th November 2017.
The objective of the workshop was the discussion on what roles micro-architecture can play in shaping the world of IoT.
The session was inaugurated by an enlightening speech by Prof. Ranjan Bose(IIT, Delhi) and Mr. Rajeev Shorey (TCS). First technical session was delivered by Prof. Rin Ichiro Taniguchi from Kyushu University on the topic “IoT application on social services”. He explained how the Internet-of-Things (IoT) is expected to dominate the electronics world of 2020s and beyond. IoTs are not sensor nodes, they are expected to process sensor data and communicate useful information. The need for relatively complex functionality but at a resource-constrained environment is likely to require innovation in computing micro-architecture. The key areas discussed by Prof. Rin were: Micro-architecture for IoT devices, Innovative computing, Power management techniques, Security architecture, Programming models for IoT and IoT Enabling technologies (smart sensors, energy harvesting, sensor networks, etc.)
Next session was dedicated to technical talk on “Security, authentication and protecting data send over IoT”. The session was delivered by Prof. Takatsugu Ono from Kyushu University and Prof. Smruti Ranjan Sarangi from IIT Delhi. The session provided an interesting insight on framework for evaluating the cost of security in IoT processors. At the last valedictory session of the workshop was conducted where participants were awarded with certificates.
The workshop proved to be knowledgeable for the participants.