Riccardo Bernardini

University of Udine

Riccardo Bernardini graduated in Electrical Engineering from the University of Padova, Italy, in 1990. He spent the last year of his Ph.D. at the former AT&T Bell Labs (Murray Hill). After a postdoc period at the Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL), he joined the University of Udine, Italy, as a professor. His research interests are diverse and include multidimensional signal processing, wavelets, filter banks, multimedia coding, robust transmission, bio-engineering, chaotic systems, P2P streaming, and some security-related areas such as random number generation, physical unclonable functions, and embedding random permutations on chips. He has been involved in many projects (both regional and national), sometimes as a partner and sometimes as principal investigator/coordinator.

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Despite being 2000 years old, cryptography is still a very active field of research. New needs and application fields, like privacy, the Internet of Things (IoT), physically unclonable functions (PUFs), post-quantum cryptography, and quantum key distribution, will keep fueling the work in this field. This book discusses quantum cryptography, lightweight cryptography for IoT, PUFs, cryptanalysis, and more. It provides a snapshot of some recent research results in the field, providing readers with some useful tools and stimulating new ideas and applications for future investigation.

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