Tony F. Wu

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Carbon nanotube (CNT) field-effect transistors (CNFETs) are a promising emerging technology projected to achieve over an order of magnitude improvement in energy-delay product, a metric of performance and energy efficiency, compared to silicon-based circuits. However, due to substantial imperfections inherent with CNTs, the promise of CNFETs has yet to be(More)
— There are increasing concerns about possible malicious modifications of integrated circuits (ICs) used in critical applications. Such attacks are often referred to as hardware Trojans. While many techniques focus on hardware Trojan detection during IC testing, it is still possible for attacks to go undetected. Using a combination of new design techniques(More)
Wireless body sensor nodes (WBSNs) are miniaturized devices that are able to acquire, process and transmit bio-signals (such as electrocardiograms, respiration or human-body kinetics). WBSNs face major design challenges due to extremely limited power budgets and very small form factors. We demonstrate, for the first time in the literature, the use of(More)
  • Yifei Feng, Wenxun Huang, Tony Wu
  • 2014
—Online privacy is a growing concern in today's world. To alleviate privacy concerns, we present an automatic face swapping algorithm that searches and selects faces within an image and replaces them with another face with realistic results. Our algorithm identifies and uses the most suitable faces using a selection process, face extraction using optimal(More)
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