FICS Research Education Director, Prof. Swarup Bhunia, and and Co-director, Prof. Mark Tehranipoor, have established a new academic serial publication entitled the Journal of Hardware and Systems Security (HaSS). The journal, which highlights new and ground-breaking developments in the rapidly expanding field of electronic hardware and systems security, is scheduled to be published quarterly beginning January 2017.
Researchers and practitioners from industry and academia are encouraged to submit their original work as soon as possible in order to be considered for the inaugural issue.
Among the topics the publication aims to cover are embedded systems, automotive systems, cyber-physical systems, The Internet of Things (IoT), reconfigurable systems, hardware intellectual property (IP) blocks, microchips, printed circuit boards (PCBs) and biomedical systems -including implants and wearable devices, as well as the interaction between hardware and firmware/software as it relates to system security and trust.
HaSS is currently accepting two types of submissions: (1) a regular paper with original technical contributions, and (2) a review paper on a relevant topic. Regular papers should be no longer than fourteen (14) pages, including double or 1.5 line−spaced text, figures, tables and references. Review papers should be no longer than twenty (20) pages and should follow the same manuscript style as specified for regular papers.
Please follow the link below to learn more about HaSS and how to submit your original articles on topics related to hardware and systems security.