Thursday, May 3rd

Time Event
11:00
|
12:00
TAME Registration for HOST attendees
13:00
|
13:15
Registration for TAME-only attendees

Plenary Session

Chair: Brian Dupaix, Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL)

13:15
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13:30
Introductory and Welcome Remarks
13:30
|
14:15
Keynote Address 1
TBA

Kristen J. Baldwin
Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Systems Engineering

14:15
|
15:00
Visionary Talk
TBA

Sandip Kundu
Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering
University of Massachusetts, Amherst

15:00
|
15:30
BREAK

Session 2: Panel Discussion

Chair: Brian Cohen, Institute of Defense Analysis (IDA)

15:30
|
16:30
Panel

Tame Mission and Roadmap

Moderator: Brian Cohen, Institute of Defense Analysis (IDA)

16:30
|
18:00
Panel

Breakout Session Reporting

Moderator: Brian Cohen, Institute of Defense Analysis (IDA)

Panelists:

  • Brian Dupaix, AFRL
  • Mark Tehranipoor, University of Florida
  • Ro Cammarota, Qualcomm
  • Waleed Khalil, Ohio State University

Session 3: Social Event

18:00 Reception


Friday, May 4th

Time Event
7:00
|
8:00
Continental Breakfast

Session 4: Panel Discussion

Chair: Waleed Khalil, Ohio State University

8:00
|
9:15
Panel

10 Years of Hardware Security Research: Is It All Hype or Steady Progress?

Moderator: Waleed Khalil, Ohio State University

Panelists:

  • Ro Cammarota, Qualcomm
  • Steve McNeil, Xilinx
  • Greg Creech, GLC Consulting
  • Jonathan Graf, Graf Research
9:15
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9:45
BREAK

Session 5: Breakout Sessions

9:45
|
12:00
Breakout Sessions

Sessions:

  1. Designed-in Security and Trust

    Lead: Matt Casto (AFRL), Scribe: John Hallman (MacB)

    This group will discuss the grand challenges related to security and trust in the design phase with particular attention to how you can secure design processes against malicious action and what new design capabilities and architectures might be needed to support future secure systems and missions.

  2. National Hardware Vulnerability Database

    Lead: Robert Martin (MITRE), Scribe: Ken Heffner (Honeywell)

    This group will discuss the motivation and benefit of having a national vulnerabilities database as well the challenges in creating such a database and what kind of plan of action might be needed to make it happen.

  3. National Technology Roadmap for Trusted and Assured Microelectronics

    Lead: Domenic Forte (University of Florida), Scribe: Anita Balachandra (Techvision21)

    This group will discuss the potential for creating a roadmap, leveraging the discussion in the previous panel.  The discussion should consider the purpose for the roadmap, who would be the audience and develop recommendations on a plan of action for creating such a roadmap.