Alexander Schlösser

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This work presents a novel low-cost optoelectronic setup for time- and spatially resolved analysis of photonic emissions and a corresponding methodology, Simple Photonic Emission Analysis (SPEA). Observing the backside of ICs, the system captures extremly weak photo-emissions from switching transistors and relates them to code running in the chip. SPEA(More)
This work introduces a novel, automated methodology for performing functional analysis of integrated circuits (ICs), such as microcontrollers and smart cards. By selectively executing code on a given chip, the resulting optical emission images yield critical information about the chip's functional layout. Automation of the code-generation allows us to(More)
This work presents a novel low-cost optoelectronic setup for timeand spatially resolved analysis of photonic emissions and a corresponding methodology, Simple Photonic Emission Analysis (SPEA). Observing the backside of ICs, the system captures extremly weak photoemissions from switching transistors and relates them to program running in the chip. SPEA(More)
Dmitry Nedospasov∗, Jean-Pierre Seifert Security in Telecommunications, Dept. of Software Engineering and Theoretical Computer Science, Technische Universität Berlin, Berlin, Germany {dmitry,jpseifert}@sec.t-labs.tu-berlin.de Alexander Schlösser∗, Susanna Orlic Optical Technologies, Institute for Optics and Atomic Physics, Technische Universität Berlin,(More)
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