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Wednesday, April 14 • 7:25am - 7:45am
On the Efficiency of RISC-V Cryptographic Instruction Set Extensions - Tolga Yalcin & Gorkem Nisanci, Northern Arizona University

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Cryptography and bit-manipulation instruction set extensions have been proposed for RISC-V. However, their efficiency in terms of code size and execution time reduction have not been thoroughly investigated on different algorithms except AES and SHA. In this study, we have implemented various algorithm with and without the proposed extensions and compared them. We have also implemented the supporting hardware for the proposed instructions and integrated it into a generic RISC-V core and included the results in our comparison.

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Tolga Yalcin

Research Assistant Professor, Northern Arizona University
Dr. Yalcin is a research assistant professor at Northern Arizona University. His research focus is on embedded cybersecurity systems. Currently, he is co-PI in an AFRL project where he and his team are implementing a secure version of RISC-V.

Gorkem Nisanci

Research Assistant, Northern Arizona University
Gorkem Nisanci is a graduate student and research assistant professor at Northern Arizona University. His works on the design of a secure RISC-V core as part of an AFRL research funding.

Wednesday April 14, 2021 7:25am - 7:45am PDT