Dr. Michael Zuzak is an Assistant Professor in the department of computer engineering at the Rochester Institute of Technology. Dr. Zuzak’s research interests are in hardware security, digital VLSI, and electronic design automation (EDA). His current research explores methods for the design and manufacture of secure, trustworthy, and reliable electronic systems with provable security against reverse engineering, hardware trojan insertion, and side-channel attacks. Prior to his academic career, Dr. Zuzak investigated high-frequency, wide-band digital signal processing system architecture at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory. He received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Maryland, College Park.
For more information on Dr. Zuzak, visit his website.
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October 26, 2023
Engineering faculty-researcher awarded grant to decrease computer chip vulnerabilities
Michael Zuzak, a faculty-researcher at RIT, is one of a growing field of engineers looking to improve computer chip security during manufacturing. Zuzak received a two-year National Science Foundation grant to use the developmental practice of logic obfuscation to enable system-wide security during the manufacturing and testing of integrated circuits.