logic locking conquest

Logic Locking is a revolutionary technique for protecting Intellectual Property of Integrated Circuits from myriad security threats, such as reverse engineering, overbuilding, piracy, and hardware Trojan insertion. In this student-led Logic Locking challenge, competitors attempted to attack and defend designs locked with state-of-the-art methods. Participants were provided with a selection of locked combinational and sequential designs (netlists) with varying complexity and key sizes.

competition timeline

participating regions

Competition Details & Registration Opens:

TBD Spring 2020

Submission Deadline:

TBD September 2020

Finalist Notification:

by 7 October 2020 

Final On-Site Presentations & Demos:

5 - 7 November 2020

rules & submission guidelines

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competition organizers & judges

The Logic Locking Conquest is organized by Professor Ramesh Karri, researcher, Dr. Ben Tan, and PhD researchers from NYU Abu Dhabi and the University of Florida. 

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2019 winners & finalists 

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Thank you to the National Science Foundation for their generous support of this competition

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