on March 22, 2017
Published on May 23, 2021 Updated on February 8, 2022

Embedded Microelectronic Systems and Digital Trust

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Conférence dans le cadre du cycle thématique "Risques, Société et Sécurité" (R2S)

Conference as part of the "Risks, Society, and Security" (R2S) thematic cycle

Lilian Bossuet will give a presentation on the level of trust that we are entitled to expect from microelectronic systems that make up the set of digital tools that we use daily: computers, tablets, smartphones, automotive sensors, etc. He will also provide a list of threats related to this type of material and protection systems that may be implemented to ward off those threats.

Date: March 22, 2017 at 2 PM
Venue: Gendarmerie nationale Judicial Center auditorium (Pôle judiciaire de la gendarmerie nationale, 5 Boulevard de l'Hautil in Cergy (95000))
Public: Open to anyone interested in the "Risks and Security" theme
Free entry

Presentation of the subject

Digital trust has become a major issue in recent years with the development and intensive use of embedded electronics, and the current developments in cybersecurity, the Internet of things, and connected objects for all types of applications, which range from the trivial to the most critical (health, transport, energy, etc.).

With the increased complexity, connectivity and mobility of chip-based microelectronics, trust has become a major issue in their development. Trust can take several forms depending on the needs: 
- Trust in the ability of systems to resist attacks against the confidentiality and integrity of data that they process
- Trust in the traceability offered by systems to prevent fraud (counterfeiting) and theft
- Trust in the resistance of their design cycle against malevolent activity (modification of systems and introduction of Trojan horses and other malware).

This presentation will give an overview of the current material threats and the type of protection that can be envisaged.

For information, contact: Olivier ROMAIN, University Professor, Head of the architecture team, ASTRE  at the ETIS Laboratory

UCP laboratories involved in the organization of this conference: ETISAGORA and SATIE

Other conference partners: Gendarmerie nationale Judicial Center (Pôle judiciaire de la gendarmerie nationale).

Funders: Cergy-Pontoise University's Institute of Advanced Studies and Université Paris Seine



Lilian Bossuet
Speaker profile

Lecturer with authority to supervise research at the Jean-Monnet University in Saint-Etienne, Lilian Bossuet conducts his research work at the Hubert Curien laboratory (UMR CNRS 5516), where he heads the IT, telecom, and image department. He is a teacher at Telecom Saint-Etienne.

A Cergy ENSEA graduate and ENS Cachan alumnus with an agrégation in electric engineering, he also holds a master's degree from INSA Rennes, a PhD from Bretagne Sud University and authority to supervise research from the University of Bordeaux.


His work mainly focuses on material security and embedded systems security.
In 2016, he received the SEE's Grand Prix de l’électronique Général Ferrié. He is a senior IEEE member.


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Contact: lilian.bossuet @ univ-st-etienne.fr