Vincent Beroulle

LCIS Laboratory Director

Professor Grenoble INP-UGA Esisar

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  • vincent.beroulle@lcis.grenoble-inp.fr

Portrait Vincent Beroulle

Short presentation

Vincent Beroulle received an Engineer Degree from the National Polytechnical Institute of Grenoble (INPG) in 1996, and a Master Degree and a Ph.D in Microelectronics from the University of Montpellier II, respectively in 1999 and 2002. He is currently Professor at the Grenoble Institute of Technology. He is head of the LCIS laboratory. His main interest concerns security and safety of complex integrated circuits and systems. In particular, his work deals with fault modeling and fault injection with emulation platforms with a specific focus on IoT and RFID technologies.

Research activities : Security and Safety of Integrated Systems

Keywords: Fault Modeling, Fault injection, FPGA Prototyping, Verification, Test

Applications: SoC, RFID, IoT, Critical Systems, …

 

Current projects

  • POP Project (ANR funding): « Power-OFF attacks on PUF »

Academic Partners: MSE (leader), TIMA, LHC

  • ANACONDA Project LCIS co-head (AURA Region funding), « Automated Cybersecurity Analysis with non Intrusive tools »

Industrial Partners: Ponant technologies, Rtone, Esisar

Academic Partner: TIMA (Paolo Maistri), Verimag (Marie-Laure Potet)

  • Safe-Air Project Coordinator (AURA Region funding): « Safety Evaluation of Aircraft Systems using Virtual Platforms »

Industrial Partners: Thales Valence, AEDvices consulting

Academic Partners: LCIS, TIMA, LHC

 

Past projects

  • Safe-RFID Project Coordinator (ANR funding): « Dependability and Security of RFID Systems »

Dependability improvement of RFID systems

Vulnerability analysis of RFID systems

RFID Systems Model for Fault Simulation

  • ANR LIESSE project « Laser-Induced fault Effects in Security-dedicated circuitS »

Industrial Partner: ST Microelectronics

Academic Partners: LIRMM, LCIS, TIMA, ENSME, ONERA

 

Current Ph.D. supervision

  • Ihab ALASHAER, « Cross-layer Fault Analysis on Microprocessor Architecture », November 2020
  • Hiep Manh DO, « Design of Secure Tags using ECC », December 2019
  • Nikolaos Foivos POLYCHONOUS, « Supervisor Design for Critical Embedded Systems », December 2019
  • Amir ALI POUR, « Machine Learning for Modeling of PUF », October 2019

Previous Ph.D. supervision

 

Full publication list

List is available here

Teaching activities : Professor in Embedded System Security & Safety

Keywords: Digital Design, VHDL, FPGA, Functional Verification, Safety, Security

Responsible of the following courses:

  • Advanced Digital Architecture Design
  • Verification and Test of Secure Embedded Systems
  • Design of Analog and Mixed Systems

Coordinator of EMNESS ERASMUS+ Cooperation Partnership Project « European Master Network On Embedded System Security and Safety »

Academic Partners: University of Stuttgart, University of Freiburg, University of Pireaus, University of Barcelona (UPC), Politechnico de Torino, Grenoble INP Phelma