Computer Architecture, Reliability, and Security Laboratory (CARS-Lab)
The COVID-19 pandemic indicated that we are just at the beginning of the all-things-online era. Here at CARS-Lab -based on Edsger Dijkstra's great suggestion*- we work as closely as possible at the boundary of our abilities, and we move forward that boundary with high-quality research; we help the electronics and high-tech industry to optimize the underlying hardware for an efficient, reliable, and secure all-things-online era.
CARS-Lab provides equal opportunities to every applicant/member regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, and disability.
*Edsger Dijkstra: Raise your quality standards as high as you can live with, avoid wasting your time on routine problems, and always try to work as closely as possible at the boundary of your abilities. Do this, because it is the only way of discovering how that boundary should be moved forward.
Amin Rezaei, PhD, CSULB Assistant Professor
CARS-Lab Current Members
Raheel Afsharmazayejani, Independent Graduate Researcher
Project: Distributed Logic Encryption, eFPGA-based Redaction
Yeganeh Aghamohammadi, Independent Graduate Researcher
Project: Machine Learning-based Hardware Security
Rahul Vishwakarma, CSULB Graduate Researcher
Project: Wearable Devices Data Security
Jordan Maynard, CSULB Undergraduate Researcher (Honors Track)
Project: Sequential Logic Encryption, eFPGA-based Redaction
Michael Dominguez, CSULB Undergraduate Researcher (Honors Track)
Project: Physical Unclonable Functions
Andrew Jordan Gaspar, CSULB Undergraduate Researcher (2021 - Lattice Semiconductor)
Project: Logic Encryption Benchmarking
Address: 1250 Bellflower Boulevard, EN4-122, Long Beach, California 90840
Email: [Amin.Rezaei at csulb dot edu]