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Mehmet Sinan İnci is PhD student and research assistant at Vernam Lab in Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, MA, USA.

His current research interests are Cryptography, Cloud Security, Mobile Security, Side-Channel Attacks and Cache Attacks.

Publications

2017

Hit by the Bus: QoS Degradation Attack on Android PDF
AsiaCCS 2017, Proceedings of the 12th ACM Symposium on Information, Computer and Communications Security

2016

Efficient, Adversarial Neighbor Discovery using Logical Channels on Microsoft Azure PDF
ACSAC 2016, Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Conference on Computer Security Applications, ACM
SpecTre: A Tiny Side-Channel Resistant Speck Core for FPGAs PDF
CARDIS 2016, Proceedings of the Smart Card Research and Advanced Application Conference
Cache Attacks Enable Bulk Key Recovery on the Cloud PDF
CHES 2016, Conference on Cryptographic Hardware and Embedded Systems
Cross-VM Cache Attacks on AES PDF
IEEE Transactions on Multi-Scale Computing Systems
Co-location detection on the Cloud PDF
COSADE 2016, 7th International Workshop on Constructive Side-Channel Analysis and Secure Design

2015

Seriously, get off my cloud! Cross-VM RSA Key Recovery in a Public Cloud PDF
IACR Cryptology ePrint Archive
A Faster and More Realistic Flush+Reload Attack on AES PDF
COSADE 2015, 6th International Workshop on Constructive Side-Channel Analysis and Secure Design
Know Thy Neighbor: Crypto Library Detection in Cloud PDF
PETS 2015, Proceedings on Privacy Enhancing Technologies
Lucky 13 Strikes Back PDF
AsiaCCS 2015, Proceedings of the 10th ACM Symposium on Information, Computer and Communications Security

2014

Fine Grain Cross-VM Attacks on Xen and VMware PDF
BdCloud 2014, IEEE Fourth International Conference on Big Data and Cloud Computing
Wait a minute! A fast, Cross-VM attack on AES PDF
RAID 2014, Research in Attacks, Intrusions and Defenses
Teaching Experience
EEX 407, RTL Based Hardware Design and Applications

Course Description: Hardware design using VHDL

Responsibilities: Recitation and Laboratory Assistant for 60 - 70 students

This course was offered by Prof. Onur Toker

EEX 406, Rapid Prototyping of Complex Hardware Systems

Course Description: Hardware design using Verilog

Responsibilities: Recitation and Laboratory Assistant for 60 - 70 students

This course was offered by Prof. Onur Toker

EEX 237, Introduction to Microprocessors

Course Description: Introductary level microprocessors course, using PIC16F in experiments

Responsibilities:

This course was offered by Prof. Alper Sisman

EEX 201-202, Circuit Theory I-II

Course Description: Introduction to analog circuits

Responsibilities: Recitation and Laboratory Assistant for 25 - 35 students

This course was offered by Prof. Ali Uzer

EEX 122, Digital Logic Design

Course Description: Introductory level digital logic design course

Responsibilities: Recitation and Laboratory Assistant for 40 - 60 students

This course was offered by Prof. Bayram Ünal

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E-mail: msinci [at] wpi [dot] edu

Address: WPI Atwater Kent Labs, ECE Office, 01609, Worcester, MA, USA