Neil Hanley

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Neil Hanley

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PhD Candidate

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Research

Biography

Neil Hanley completed the B.E. (Elec) degree at the Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering in UCC in 2006. He is currently a member of the Coding and Cryptography Research Group at UCC, and is working towards a PhD. degree under the supervision of Dr. Liam Marnane. His research interests include Side Channel Attacks (SCA) on public and private key cryptographic implementations, the cost of countermeasures to such attacks, as well as efficient hardware implementations of cryptographic algorithms.

“Hardware Trojans for Inducing or Amplifying Side-Channel Leakage of Cryptographic Software”, Jean-Francois Gallais, Johann Großschädl, Neil Hanley, Markus Kasper, Marcel Medwed, Francesco Regazzoni, Jörn-Marc Schmidt, Stefan Tillich and Marcin Wojcik, International Conference on Trusted Systems - INTRUST 2010, Springer-Verlag

“FPGA Implementations of the Round Two SHA-3 Candidates” , Brian Baldwin, Andrew Byrne, Liang Lu, Mark Hamilton, Neil Hanley, Maire O'Neill and William P. Marnane, Field Programmable Logic and Applications - FPL 2010, IET

”FPGA Implementations of the Round Two SHA-3 Candidates”, Brian Baldwin, Neil Hanley, Mark Hamilton, Andrew Byrne, Liang Lu, Maire O'Neill and William P. Marnane, The Second SHA-3 Candidate Conference, NIST

“A Hardware Wrapper for the SHA-3 Hash Algorithms” , Brian Baldwin, Andrew Byrne, Liang Lu, Mark Hamilton, Neil Hanley, Maire O'Neill and William P. Marnane, Irish Signals and Systems Conference – ISSC 2010, IET

“Unknown Plaintext Template Attacks”, Neil Hanley, Michael Tunstall and William P. Marnane, Information Security Applications – WISA 2009, Springer-Verlag

“FPGA Implementations of SHA-3 Candidates: CubeHash, Grostl, LANE, Shabal and Spectral Hash" , Brian Baldwin, Andrew Byrne, Mark Hamilton, Neil Hanley, Robert P. McEvoy, Weibo Pan and William P. Marnane, Digital System Design, Architectures, Methods and Tools - DSD 2009, IEEE

“Correlation Power Analysis of Large Word Sizes” , Michael Tunstall, Neil Hanley, Robert P. McEvoy, Claire Whelan, Colin C. Murphy and William P. Marnane, Irish Signals and Systems Conference - ISSC 2007, IET

“Attacking Smart Cards: Side Channel and Fault Analysis”, Philipp Grabher, Neil Hanley and Michael Tunstall, Computer Science Research and Technology (Book Chapter), Nova Publishing

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