Computer Architecture and Security Laboratory (CASLAB) projects cover a variety of computer architecture and security topics. You can read about our current research projects here.
Read about recent and past publications from the group. You can also find publications for each project by going to each project's page, using the link on top of the web page.
The program for the HASP 2019 workshop is now available! Looking forward to seeing you on June 23rd, 2019 in Phoenix, Arizona, USA.
Jakub Szefer's new book educates readers about how the different challenges of secure processor architecture design have been solved in the past and what are the best practices, i.e., the principles, for design of new secure processor architectures. More details are available on publisher's web page. Many students can access free PDF via their institution's subscriptions, check here. Published Oct. 2018.
Jakub Szefer, assistant professor of electrical engineering, has been selected to receive a 2017 Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The award provides funding for Szefer’s project, titled “Security Applications of DRAM Cell Decay Effects.” Awarded to researchers who exemplify the role of teacher-scholars, the CAREER is the NSF’s most prestigious award for junior faculty.
Each year we welcome visiting undergraduate students and graduate researchers form various countries. In 2016 we had guests from University of Cologne (pictured) and Technische Universität Darmstadt. If you are interested in a research visit, please contact Jakub.
Our lab is located on the historic Hillhouse Ave.
Visit us at the below address, or for electronic contact e-mail
CASLAB c/o Jakub Szefer
Dept. of Electrical Engineering
Dunham Lab, Room 519
10 Hillhouse Ave.
New Haven, CT 06511, USA