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El profesor de la Universidad de Sevilla e investigador del IMSE-CNM Servando Espejo Meana, impartió el pasado miércoles 12 de mayo la conferencia titulada ' Mars Rover Perseverance: El reto de medir el viento marciano'. En la charla se describiieron algunos aspectos de la misión Mars-2020 de NASA/JPL y del equipamiento del Rover Perseverance, particularizando en el sensor de viento del instrumento MEDA, que el equipo del profesor Espejo ha ayudado a realizar.
12 Mayo 2021  ·  16:30h.
Aula Magna de la Facultad de Física (US)
Investigadores del Instituto de Microelectrónica de Sevilla en colaboración con investigadores de la Universidad de Cádiz han desarrollado un detector para medir la energía de electrones en microscopios SEM (microscopio electrónico de barrido) que permite medir tanto la intensidad como la energía de los electrones que se generan en éste.
16 Abril 2021
El CSIC, a través del Instituto de Microelectrónica de Sevilla, lidera el proyecto SPIRS, dirigido por la investigadora Piedad Brox, un proyecto para aumentar la seguridad de los dispositivos digitales sin necesidad de almacenar las claves.
25 Marzo 2021

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Timing-Optimized Hardware Implementation to Accelerate Polynomial Multiplication in the NTRU Algorithm  »
Post-quantum cryptographic algorithms have emerged to secure communication channels between electronic devices faced with the advent of quantum computers. The performance of post-quantum cryptographic algorithms on embedded systems has to be evaluated to achieve a good trade-off between required resources (area) and timing. This work presents two optimized implementations to speed up the NTRUEncrypt algorithm on a system-on-chip. The strategy is based on accelerating the most time-consuming operation that is the truncated polynomial multiplication. Hardware dedicated modules for multiplication are designed by exploiting the presence of consecutive zeros in the coefficients of the blinding polynomial. The results are validated on a PYNQ-Z2 platform that includes a Zynq-7000 SoC from Xilinx and supports a Python-based programming environment. The optimized version that exploits the presence of double, triple, and quadruple consecutive zeros offers the best performance in timing, in addition to considerably reducing the possibility of an information leakage against an eventual attack on the device, making it practically negligible.

Journal Paper - ACM Journal on Emerging Technologies in Computing Systems, vol. 17, no. 3, article 35, 2021 ACM
DOI: 10.1145/3445979    ISSN: 1550-4832    » doi
E. Camacho-Ruiz, S. Sánchez-Solano, P. Brox and M.C. Martínez-Rodríguez
The Mars Environmental Dynamics Analyzer, MEDA. A Suite of Environmental Sensors for the Mars 2020 Mission  »
NASA’s Mars 2020 (M2020) rover mission includes a suite of sensors to monitor current environmental conditions near the surface of Mars and to constrain bulk aerosol properties from changes in atmospheric radiation at the surface. The Mars Environmental Dynamics Analyzer (MEDA) consists of a set of meteorological sensors including wind sensor, a barometer, a relative humidity sensor, a set of 5 thermocouples to measure atmospheric temperature at ∼1.5 m and ∼0.5 m above the surface, a set of thermopiles to characterize the thermal IR brightness temperatures of the surface and the lower atmosphere. MEDA adds a radiation and dust sensor to monitor the optical atmospheric properties that can be used to infer bulk aerosol physical properties such as particle size distribution, non-sphericity, and concentration. The MEDA package and its scientific purpose are described in this document as well as how it responded to the calibration tests and how it helps prepare for the human exploration of Mars. A comparison is also presented to previous environmental monitoring payloads landed on Mars on the Viking, Pathfinder, Phoenix, MSL, and InSight spacecraft.

Journal Paper - Space Science Reviews, vol. 217, no. 3, article 48, 2021 SPRINGER
DOI: 10.1007/s11214-021-00816-9    ISSN: 1572-9672    » doi
J.A. Rodriguez-Manfredi, M. de la Torre-Juárez, A. Alonso, V. Apéstigue, I. Arruego, T. Atienza, D. Banfield, J. Boland, M.A. Carrera, L. Castañer, J. Ceballos, H. Chen-Chen, A. Cobos, P.G. Conrad, E. Cordoba, T. del Río-Gaztelurrutia, A. de Vicente-Retortillo, M. Domínguez-Pumar, S. Espejo, A.G. Fairen, A. Fernández-Palma, R. Ferrándiz, F. Ferri and E. Fischer
Low-Power Compensated Modified Comb Decimation Structure for Power-of-Two Decimation Factors  »
This paper presents a low power non-recursive compensated modified comb decimation structure. A new simple wideband compensator for a modified comb is proposed. The compensator has only three coefficients, presented in a Signed Power of Two (SPT) form, which can be implemented by adders and shifts. As a result, we get a multiplierless compensator. Since the modified comb is a multiplierless filter, the overall filter is, like a comb filter, also a multiplierless filter. The compensated modified comb decreases comb-filter passband droop and improves its alias rejection. The benefits of the compensated modified comb are proven by the comparisons with the state of the art.

Conference - IEEE Latin American Symposium on Circuits and Systems LASCAS 2021
G.J. Dolecek and J.M. de la Rosa
Effects of Electrical Fields on Neuroblastoma (N2A) Cell Differentiation: Preliminary Results  »
This work describes Electrical Stimulations (ES) assays on stem cells. The neuroblastoma (N2A) cell linage was submitted to several electrical fields to enable and enhance its differentiation toward neurons. Both Direct Current (DC) and Alternated Current (AC) time dependent electric field protocols were applied to N2A cell culture under differentiation conditions, obtaining different responses. Control and electrically excited samples’ number of differentiated cells and neurite lengths were measure after differentiation. Results showed that DC fields have a strong influence on N2A differentiation since the percentage of differentiated cells and the neurites lengths were the highest. In addition, a significant alignment of neurites measured with the applied electrical field has been detected, which demonstrates the high sensitivity of differentiation processes to electrical field polarity.

Conference - International Conference on Biomedical Electronics and Devices BIODEVICES 2021
D. Martin-Fernández, P. Pérez-García, M.E. Martín, P. Daza, J.A. Serrano-Viseas, G. Huertas and A. Yúfera
Foveal-pit inspired filtering of DVS spike response  »
In this paper, we present results of processing Dynamic Vision Sensor (DVS) recordings of visual patterns with a retinal model based on foveal-pit inspired Difference of Gaussian (DoG) filters. A DVS sensor was stimulated with varying number of vertical white and black bars of different spatial frequencies moving horizontally at a constant velocity. The output spikes generated by the DVS sensor were applied as input to a set of DoG filters inspired by the receptive field structure of the primate visual pathway. In particular, these filters mimic the receptive fields of the midget and parasol ganglion cells (spiking neurons of the retina) that sub-serve the photo-receptors of the fovealpit. The features extracted with the foveal-pit model are used for further classification using a spiking convolutional neural network trained with a backpropagation variant adapted for spiking neural networks.

Conference - Annual Conference on Information Sciences and Systems CISS 2021
S.T.P. Gupta, P. Linares-Serrano, B.S. Bhattacharya and T. Serrano-Gottaredona

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