Noah Moroze

Kronos: Proving Open-source Hardware Secure

I recently completed my MEng thesis, Kronos: Verifying leak-free reset for a system-on-chip with multiple clock domains. For this thesis, I built a system called Kronos that formally verifies a security property for hardware based on OpenTitan, an existing open-source project.

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Experiments with the CM1K Neural Net Chip

In March 2017 I received funding from the MIT Sandbox program to build a product using the CM1K neural network chip. The CM1K is an integrated circuit that implements RBF and KNN classifiers in hardware, which supposedly gives much better performance than implementing these algorithms in software.

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