Welcome to the Forum on
Trusted and Assured MicroElectronics

TAME Forum’s objective is to provide a bi-annual platform to researchers in academia, and practitioners in industry and government to discuss innovative solutions in the domain of trusted microelectronics in today’s globalized and complex supply chain, discuss grand challenges and identify collaboration opportunities. One major outcome of the TAME Forum is expected to be the first ever “National Technology Roadmap for Trusted and Assured Microelectronics”.

Such a roadmap will be beneficial to researchers and practitioners in the field, and facilitate development of innovative technologies for modern integrated circuits and systems designed and fabricated across the globe. The aggressive scaling of technology nodes down to 7nm,and  the shift to horizontal design and fabrication models has made trust and assurance a major concern to fabless semiconductor companies and the US government. This forum is intended to bring together the best minds in the field to discuss these challenges, facilitate sharing ideas and best practices, help develop standards, accelerate development of trust and assurance technologies, and finally establish a roadmap for future research and developments.

This event is open to public; we encourage everyone from academia, industry, and government to attend.

TAME Forum Co-Chairs
Waleed Khalil

Ohio State University

Matt Casto

Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL)

Steering Committee
Mark Tehranipoor

University of Florida

Waleed Khalil

Ohio State University

Matt Casto

Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL)

Brian Cohen

Institute of Defense Analysis (IDA)

Ro Cammarota

AI Security and Privacy Research Scientist at Intel AI Research

Yousef Iskander

Cisco

Dr. Brian Dupaix

Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL)

Industry Liaison
TBD
Government Liaison
Jason Vosatka

University of Florida

Publicity Chair
Navid Asadi

University of Florida