DATE’16 – Dresden, Germany


My paper, “Hardware Trojans in Incompletely Specified On-chip Bus Systems“, was accepted to DATE as an “Interactive Presentation”, meaning I gave a 1-minute elevator pitch during a regular paper session and then presented a poster during the coffee break.  Dresden is a beautiful city.  It was cold, but I went running along the Elbe river and got a great view of all the old buildings and bridges.  I also visited Berlin for several days after the conference ended.


An old cigarette factory. It looks like something out of a Wes Anderson movie! By far one of my favorite buildings I’ve ever seen anywhere.


The social event was held in a museum. There was a jazz band!


View of the exhibition hall.