I am a Senior Lecturer (Australian for Assistant Professor) at the School of Computer Science
at the University of Adelaide
and a Researcher in the Trustworthy Systems
group at Data61
I earned my Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Adelaide
and my M.Sc. in Computer Science and B.Sc. in Mathematics and Computer Science from
the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
in 1993 and 1990, respectively.
In between I have been the Vice President of Research in Memco Software and a co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of Girafa.com.
My research explores the security of the interface between the software and the hardware.
In particular, I am interested in the discrepancy between the way that programmers think
about software execution and the concrete execution in modern processors.
I work on identifying micro-architectural vulnerabilities,
and on exploitation and mitigation techniques.
: Ingkarni Wardli 4.23
: +61 (0)8 8313 4727
: yval at cs.adelaide.edu.au
School of Computer Science
Level 4 Ingkarni Wardli
The University of Adelaide, SA 5005
17 Aug 2020
I am humbled and honoured to be named as a recipient of the SA 2020 Tall Poppy Award
31 Jul 2020
I will present a keynote titled Whack-a-Meltdown: a Micro-Architectural Game
at ATIS 2020
30 Jul 2020 LadderLeak: Breaking ECDSA With Less Than One Bit Of Nonce Leakage
with accepted to CCS 2020
8 Jul 2020 PThammer: Cross-User-Kernel-Boundary Rowhammer through Implicit Accesses
with accepted to MICRO 2020
CCDS Special Issue on Offensive Cryptography,
HASS Special Issue on SPACE 2018.
IEEE EuroS&P 2019,
Latincrypt 2017, 2019,
Real World Crypto 2019,
USENIX ATC 2019,