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You are cordially invited by the IEEE Benelux Information Theory Chapter and the IEEE
Benelux Signal Processing Chapter
to attend a Symposium on


Security w
ith Noisy Data



Date:
Friday
,

J
anuary
21
st
,
2011

Time: 13.00


17.
0
0

Location: Eindhoven University of Technology, Traverse, Van Trier Z
aal


(see
http://w3.tue.nl/en/the_university/route_and_map/
)

The
Eindhoven
region plays an

important role in the
field of s
ecurity with noisy data. Philips
Research
, Eindhoven,

initiated pioneering work in this field.
This resulted in
two spin
-
off
companies,
Intrinsic
-
ID

and Priv
-
ID. Intrinsic
-
ID

offers solutions to securely store
d

cryptographic

keys in smart cards

and consume
r devices such as digita
l TV
-
decod
ers that
can
be
subject to reverse
-
engineering attacks
.
Priv
-
ID uses similar concepts to provide privacy
protection in biometric authentication, even if the verifier cannot be trusted fully.
The Holst
C
enter has developed
a CMOS IC prototype
for
generat
ing

keys

for smart cards and consumer
devices.

At Eindhoven
University of
Te
chno
lo
gy
, the D
epartment of Electrical Engineering
made
significant
progress in the
information
-
theoretic
analysis of
privacy leakage in biometric
systems,

while
at
the Department of Mathematics

t
he Eindhoven Institute for the Protection of
Systems and Information

focuses
on
information security in
a
broad sense.

The

S
ymposium intends to bring together researchers from industry, start
-
ups, institutes
, and
academia

in Eindhoven
, for sharing and discussing recent developments in the field of
security with noisy data.

PROGRAM

13.00


13.20


Jean
-
Paul Linnartz

(Philips Research, Eindhoven)
:
“Roots of Research on Security
with Noisy Data in and around Eind
hoven”

13.
20



13.
5
0

Pim Tuyls (Intrinsic ID, Eindhoven)
:
“Introduction to Hardware Intrinsic

Security and
its Applications”


13.50


14.10

Jos Huisken (
Holst

Center
, Eindhoven)
:
“Design and Evaluation of 6T SRAM PUFs in
90nm CMOS”

1
4
.
1
0


1
4
.
3
0

Boris
Škorić (TU/e)
:
“Optical PUFs”

14.
3
0


1
5
.
00

Coffee
-
Tea Break

1
5
.
0
0



15.
3
0

Michiel van der Veen (Private ID, Eindhoven)
:
“From Theory to Practice: Security
with Noisy Data for Biometric T
emplate
Protection in Large S
cale e
-
ID”

15.
3
0


15.
5
0

Emile Kelk
boom
(Philips Research
, Eindhoven)
:
“Aspects
and

System Performance
for Helper
-
Data Systems”

15.
5
0


1
6
.
1
0

Tanya

Ignatenko (TU/e)
:
“Privacy Leakage in Authentication and Identification
Systems”

1
6
.
1
0


16.
3
0

Frans

Willems (TU/e)
:
“Limits and Codes for Authentication Systems
Based on
Gaussian Biometrics”

16.
3
0


17.
0
0

Reception

All participants
are
invited for a reception celebrating the fact that Jean
-
Paul Linnartz was
recently
elevated to the grade of

Fellow of the IEEE for “Leadership in Security with Noisy
Data”.

Please indicate your attendance by sending a
n e
-
mail

message to
f.m.j.willems@tue.nl
.