Dmitry Nedospasov is hardware design engineer, security researcher, trainer and speaker. Dmitry recieved his PhD (Dr-Ing.) in 2014 in the field of IC Security with the Security in Telecommunications Research Group of TU Berlin and the Telekom Innovation Laboratories. Dmitry is a scholar of the Helmholtz Research School for Security Technologies doctoral program. His research interests include hardware and IC reverse-engineering as well as physical attacks against ICs and embedded systems. Dmitry’s academic research focused primarily on developing new and novel techniques for semi- and fully-invasive IC analysis. Most recently, Dmitry was involved in identifying vulnerabilities in the most wide-spread Phyiscally Unclonable Function (PUF) schemes.
Email: dmitry [at] nedos [dot] net