Nico Mexis

Nico Mexis
Universität Passau · Chair of Computer Engineering

Bachelor of Science
Student assistant at the Chair of Computer Engineering at the University of Passau and in my M.Sc. Computer Science

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p>In this work, we examine the potential of Physical Unclonable Functions (PUFs) that have been implemented on NAND Flash memories using programming disturbances to act as sustainable primitives for the purposes of lightweight cryptography. In particular, we investigate the ability of such PUFs to tolerate temperature and voltage variations, and ex...
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p>This work presents the hardware demonstrator of a secure encryption system based on synchronised Chua chaotic circuits. In particular, the presented encryption system comprises two Chua circuits that are synchronised using a dedicated bidirectional synchronisation line. One of them forms part of the transmitter, while the other of the receiver. B...
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p>This work presents the hardware demonstrator of a secure encryption system based on synchronised Chua chaotic circuits. In particular, the presented encryption system comprises two Chua circuits that are synchronised using a dedicated bidirectional synchronisation line. One of them forms part of the transmitter, while the other of the receiver. B...
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In this work, we examine the potential of Physical Unclonable Functions (PUFs) that have been implemented on NAND Flash memories using programming disturbances to act as sustainable primitives for the purposes of lightweight cryptography. In particular, we investigate the ability of such PUFs to tolerate temperature and voltage variations, and exam...
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p>In this work, we examine the potential of Physical Unclonable Functions (PUFs) that have been implemented on NAND Flash memories using programming disturbances to act as sustainable primitives for the purposes of lightweight cryptography. In particular, we investigate the ability of such PUFs to tolerate temperature and voltage variations, and ex...
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In recent years, a new generation of the Internet of Things (IoT 2.0) is emerging, based on artificial intelligence, the blockchain technology, machine learning, and the constant consolidation of pre-existing systems and subsystems into larger systems. In this work, we construct and examine a proof-of-concept prototype of such a system of systems,...

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