Francis M. Crowe

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There has been a lot of interest in recent years in the problems faced by cryptosystems due to side channel attacks. Algorithms for elliptic curve point scalar multiplication such as the double-and-add method are prone to such attacks. By making use of special addition chains, it is possible to implement a Simple Power Analysis (SPA) resistant cryptosystem.(More)
  • F Crowe, W Lehre, R C J Lenanton
  • 1999
A study into Western Australia's open access and wetline fisheries Fisheries Research Report Titles in the fisheries research series contain technical and scientific information that represents an important contribution to existing knowledge, but which may not be suitable for publication in national or international scientific journals. Fisheries Research(More)
Hash functions play an important role in modern cryptography. This paper investigates optimisation techniques that have recently been proposed in the literature. A new VLSI architecture for the SHA-256 and SHA-512 hash functions is presented, which combines two popular hardware optimisation techniques, namely pipelining and unrolling. The SHA processors are(More)
  • Edward T. Bryand, George Sakellaris BSEE, Gerry Chasse, Francis Crowe
  • 2010
Former graduate and 2007 recipient of the Edward T. Bryand Distinguished Engineering Award, George Sakellaris (BSEE '69) is CEO of Ameresco, Inc. which has been selected by the Department of Energy (DOE) to design and implement the nation's largest energy efficiency project in the federal government's history. The $795 million project will be located at the(More)
Victor Jipson (BSEE '75) was selected as the Francis Crowe Distinguished Inductee for 2006. Dr. Jipson (right) is currently semi-retired and provides part time consulting services to the Storage Industry and the Venture Capital community. Until June of 2006 he was Vice President and General Manager of the Systems/Solutions Group at Adaptec. From 2002 to(More)
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