Department of
Computer Science
 

Marcin Wójcik

Short Bio

I'm a PhD student under the supervision of Elisabeth Oswald and Dan Page.

I obtained my Bachelor's (2004) and Master's (2007) degrees in Telecommunication, and Master's (2009) degree in Mathematics, all from Warsaw University of Technology. In 2004-2006 I worked as a Service Engineer and then in 2006-2009 as a Cryptography Specialist in Warsaw, designing and implementing secure FPGA systems for telecommunication applications. At the beginning of 2010 I moved to Bristol to work towards my Ph.D. In June 2011 I had an opportunity to join Intel for a three month internship, working in Innovation Open Labs on applications of Physically Unclonable Functions (PUFs).

Interests

In addition to wide-ranging topics in physical security, FPGAs and embedded systems, I'm interested in hardware platforms for automated trading and in startups as a way to bring innovations from universities to the market.

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Publications

An Exploration of Mechanisms for Dynamic Cryptographic Instruction Set Extension. Philipp Grabher, Johann Gro脽sch盲dl, Simon Hoerder, Kimmo J盲rvinen, Dan Page, Stefan Tillich and Marcin W贸jcik. In: Journal of Cryptographic Engineering. (note: to appear)

Evaluation of a PUF Device Authentication Scheme on a Discrete 0.13um SRAM. Patrick Koeberl, Jiangtao Li, Roel Maes, Anand Rajan, Claire Vishik and Marcin W贸jcik. In: Trusted Systems - Third International Conference, INTRUST 2011. (note: to appear)

Consumerization: Consequences of Fuzzy Work-Home Boundaries. Patrick Koeberl, Jiangtao Li, Anand Rajan, Claire Vishik and Marcin W贸jcik. In: Securing Electronic Business Processes, ISSE 2011, Vieweg+Teubner Verlag, 2012 edition. [book]

An Exploration of Mechanisms for Dynamic Cryptographic Instruction Set Extension. Philipp Grabher, Johann Gro脽sch盲dl, Simon Hoerder, Kimmo J盲rvinen, Dan Page, Stefan Tillich and Marcin W贸jcik. In: Cryptographic Hardware and Embedded Systems - CHES 2011, Nara, Japan, September 28- October 1, 2011. [pdf]

An Evaluation of Hash Functions on a Power Analysis Resistant Processor Architecture. Simon Hoerder, Marcin W贸jcik, Stefan Tillich and Dan Page. In: Information Security Theory and Practice. Security and Privacy of Mobile Devices in Wireless Communication - WISTP 2011, Heraklion, Crete, Greece, June 1-3, 2011. [pdf]
A preliminary version of this paper is available from the Cryptology ePrint Archive: Report 2010/614. [pdf]

Hardware Trojans for Inducing or Amplifying Side-Channel Leakage of Cryptographic Software. Jean-Fran莽ois Gallais, Johann Gro脽sch盲dl, Neil Hanley, Markus Kasper, Marcel Medwed, Francesco Regazzoni, J枚rn-Marc Schmidt, Stefan Tillich and Marcin W贸jcik. In: Trusted Systems - Second International Conference, INTRUST 2010, Beijing, China, December 13-15, 2010. [pdf]

Contact

Department of Computer Science
University of Bristol
Merchant Venturers Building, Room 3.53
Woodland Road
Bristol
BS8 1UB
United Kingdom

E-mail: wojcik at cs(dot)bris(dot)ac(dot)uk

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