Anthony Etim

Anthony Etim

PhD Student

Yale University

Biography

Anthony Etim is a third year Ph.D. student at Computer Architecture and Security Lab, Yale University. His research interests lie in computer architecture and hardware security, as well as attacks and defenses in machine learning accelerators and algorithms to exploit vulnerabilities and leak sensitive information.

Interests
  • Hardware Security
  • FPGA Security
  • Cloud Infrastructure Security
  • Machine Learning
Education
  • PhD in Electrical Engineering, 2027 (Expected)

    Yale University

  • BSc in Electrical Engineering, 2021

    Villanova University

Experience

 
 
 
 
 
Yale University
Graduate Research Assistant & Teaching Fellow
August 2021 – Present New Haven, Connecticut

Research Asistant:

Teaching Asistant:

  • EENG 200–Introduction to Electronics (Jung Han)
  • EENG 201–Introduction to Computer Engineering (Jakub Szefer)
 
 
 
 
 
Villanova University
Undergraduate Research Assistant
March 2018 – May 2021 Villanova, Pennsylvania

Recent Publications

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(2023). Extending FPGA Information Leaks with Trojan Phantom Circuits. IEEE International Symposium on Secure and Private Execution Environment Design (SEED).

Cite

(2023). Covert-channels in FPGA-enabled SmartSSDs. ACM Transactions on Reconfigurable Technology and Systems (TRETS).

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Recent & Upcoming Talks

Accomplish­ments

Dean’s Award for Academic Excellence
Dean’s Award for Meritorious Service

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