Grants & Awards

  • S. Tajik, F. Ganji, P. Schaumont, B. Sunar, $2.124M, Massachusetts Technology Collaborative Grant 22030006-AWD, Toward a Globaly Competitive Electronics Workforce Endowed with Next Generation CyberSecurity Technologies 2022.
  • F. Ganji, S. Tajik, U. Guler, P. Schaumont, B. Sunar, $360K, NSF MRI Award 2117349, MRI: Acquisition of High-Resolution Photon Emission/Laser Fault Injection Microscope with High-Performance Computers for Failure Analysis and Security Assessment of Electronic Systems, August 2021. Abstract
  • Sunar B., Intel Corporation. $150K Gift, Side Channel Vulnerability ISRA, December 2021.
  • Sunar B., NSF SaTC Award #2026913, Collaborative Research: SaTC: TTP: Medium: NextGenPQ: Post-quantum Schemes for Next Generation Applications, $300K, October 2020 Abstract
  • Sunar B. and T.Eisenbarth, Cloudfare $30K Gift, October 2018.
  • Sunar B., NSF SaTC Award NSF-CNS #1814406, SaTC: CORE: Small: Super-Human Cryptanalysis for Scalable Side-Channel Analysis. $500K. September 2018 Abstract.
  • Sunar B.; T. Eisenbarth, NSF SaTC Award 1618837, TWC: Small: MIST–Systematic Analysis of Microarchitectural Information Leakage on Mobile Platforms, July 2016, $500K.
  • Sunar B.; Hoffstein J.; Silverman J., NSF SaTC Award , TWC: Medium: Collaborative: Development and Evaluation of Next Generation Homomorphic Encryption Schemes, $275K (WPI only), July 2016.
  • Sunar B.; W. J. Martin, NSF SaTC Award NSF-CNS #1319130, TWC: Small: Towards Practical Fully Homomorphic Encryption. $499,780. September 2013.
  • Sunar B.; T. Eisenbarth, NSF SaTC Award NSF-CNS #1318919, TWC TTP: Small: RAIN: Analyzing Information Leakage in the Cloud. $499,963. September 2013.
  • Sunar B.; W. J. Martin, NSF Trustworthy Computing, NSF-CNS Award #1117590, TC: Homomorphic Encryption for Cloud Privacy, $312,888, August 2011.
  • Sunar B.; Improving Snow3G and ECC with the Intel© Westmere Instruction Set, Intel Corporation, $44,912, 2008.
  • Sunar B.; W. J. Martin, NSF Cybertrust, CT-ER: Exploring Physical Functions for Lightweight and Robust Cryptography, $149,900, August 2008.
  • Lou W.; B. Sunar (co-PI) NSF Cybertrust, CT-ISG: Broadcast/Multicast Security in Multi-User Wireless Sensor Networks, $337,200, August 2007.
  • Sunar B. Electronics and Communications Research Institute, Korea, Development of Hardware True Random Number Generator, $54,986, November 2006.
  • Sunar B. A Hardware Software Co-Design Approach for Flexible Cryptography, Intel Corporation, $256,000, June 2004.
  • Sunar B. CAREER Award: New Directions for Cryptographic Hardware, NSF-ANI-0133297, $330,000, August 2002.
  • Sunar, B.; C. Paar and W. J. Martin (co-PIs) ITR:SI Implementing Public-Key Cryptosystems for Secure Information Infrastructure, NSF-ANI-0112889, $436,000, September 2001.
  • Sunar, B., General Dynamics C4 Systems, Needham, MA, $200,000, December, 2001-2006.
  • IBM Research 2007 Pat Goldberg Memorial Best Paper Award for Trojan Detection Using IC Fingerprinting. Proceedings of the 2007 IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (S&P'07).
  • WPI Joseph Samuel Satin Distinguished Fellow, Teaching and Scholarship Award, $25,000, May 2003
  • Sigma Xi, Junior Faculty Researcher Award, April 2007.