Hanjun Kim  

Associate Professor
School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Yonsei University

Ph.D. 2013, Department of Computer Science, Princeton University

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Refereed International Conference Poster

Logic Deduplication with Decentralized Pointer Analysis in HLS for Post-Quantum Cryptography Algorithms [abstract]
Changsu Kim, Yongwoo Lee, Shinnung Jeong, and Hanjun Kim
Proceedings of the 57th Annual Design Automation Conference 2020 - (Poster) (DAC), July 2020.

Although recently proposed post-quantum cryptography (PQC) is secure against both classical and quantum computers, existing embedded systems cannot support the PQC algorithms due to their large key sizes and complex arithmetics. High-level synthesis (HLS) helps hardware accelerator designs, but current HLS frameworks fail to produce efficient designs due to duplicated logics for repeatedly invoked functions with pointer arguments. This work proposes a new logic deduplication scheme with decentralized pointer analyzers in HLS for the PQC algorithms. The proposed scheme reduces logic areas by efficiently resolving memory accesses in commonly invoked logics and sharing the common logics without delaying latency.