The objective of the Trusted and Assured MicroElectronics (TAME) Forum is to provide a bi-annual platform for researchers in academia, practitioners in industry and government to discuss innovative solutions in the domain of trusted microelectronics in today’s globalized and complex supply chain, grand challenges and identify collaboration opportunities.
The 3rd semi-annual Trusted & Assured MicroElectronic Forum was held at The Blackwell Inn in Columbus, OH hosted by co-chairs Waleed Khalil, Ohio State University and Matt Casto, Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL). The illustrious workshop had record-breaking attendance as well as informative keynote speakers Dr. Ken Hansen, President and CEO, Semiconductor Research Corp and Dr. Len Orlando and Air Force Research Lab and Booz Allen Hamilton Senior Technical Adviser Saverio Fazzari gave an innovative visionary talk.
The breakout sessions focused on key topics including Design for Security, Hardware Vulnerability Database and S& T Grand Challenge. The distinguished panel discussion on “Transitioning University Research to Practice TAME Domain” gave great insight to quintessential solutions on this subject.
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