Mirjana Stojilovic

INJ 235 (Bâtiment INJ)
Station 14
CH-1015 Lausanne

Web site: Web site: https://parsa.epfl.ch/

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Infoscience publications

Other publications

Teaching & PhD


Computer Science

Communication Systems

PhD Programs

Doctoral program in computer and communication sciences

Semester and Diploma Projects

If you are passionate about computer architecture, FPGAs, hardware security, machine learning, side-channel attacks, cloud computing, parallel CPU/FPGA/GPU computing, or embedded system design, contact me by e-mail and I'll come back to you with a topic that would fit your interests and our current research needs.

Students who are currently doing their semester projects under my supervision:

* Cédric Holzl: Secure routing against crosstalk-attacks on FPGAs
* Morten Petersen: Xilinx Series-7 FPGA Routing Architecture Analysis
* Gaietan Renault: Experimental comparison of voltage sensors on FPGAs
* Markus Ding: Parallel FPGA Router compatible with VPR 8.0

Students who completed their semester projects under my supervision:

-- Dorian Ros: Mutual Information analysis of an FPGA implementation of the AES encryption algorithm
-- Mathieu Caboche: GPU acceleration of electromagnetic time-reversal algorithm
-- Sacha Coppey: Design and performance evaluation of dataflow-enabled domain-specific CGRAs
-- Ahmed Ben Haj Yahia: Customizing FPGA Designs using RapidWright

-- Alexandre Abbey: Differential power analysis attack on an FPGA omplementation of AES algorithm
-- Robin Mamie: Designing a multicycle processor in Chisel
-- Frédéric Gessler: A shared-memory parallel implementation of the RePlAce global cell placement algorithm
-- Markus Ding: FPGA Trojan for controlled voltage drop injection
-- Ugo Damiano: Step response characterization of FPGA power delivery networks

-- Alex Ferragni: Attack on Altera FPGAs using bitstreams
-- Martin Chatton: Parallel FPGA routing using recursive net-partitioning


Information, Computation, Communication

(Coursebook not yet approved by the section)

Information, Computation, Communication

On one side, this course covers the concepts of algorithms, the representation of information, signal sampling and compression, and an overview of systems (CPU, memory, etc.). On the other side, an introduction to programming in Python is given.

Computer architecture I

The course introduces the students to the basic notions of computer architecture and, in particular, to the choices of the Instruction Set Architecture and to the memory hierarchy of modern systems.