Michel Kinsy is an associate professor in the School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence and the director of the Secure, Trusted, and Assured Microelectronics Center. He focuses his research on secure processors and systems design, hardware security, and efficient hardware design and implementation of post-quantum cryptography systems. Kinsy is an MIT Presidential Fellow and a CRA-WP Inaugural Skip Ellis Career Award recipient.
PhD Massachusetts Institute of Technology
His research interests lie in the area of hardware security, with a particular emphasis on (1) secure architectures and trusted execution environments, (2) design of hardware security primitives and root-of-trust techniques, (3) quantum-proof crypto-systems design, (4) self-aware polymorphous architectures, (5) secure distributed and zero-trust computing systems, and (6) compute acceleration engine architectures.