Research areas include microelectronics, on-chip sensors, embedded systems, computer-aided design, computer architecture, security and privacy, multimedia in education.
- Embedded Systems
- Low-power and reliable system design
- Implantable Medical Devices
- Lightweight cryptography
- Privacy-preserving systems
Learn more at vcsg.ecs.umass.edu/burleson.html
- PhD ECE, University of Colorado, 1989
- MS EE, MIT, 1983
- BS EE, MIT 1983
Security and Privacy in Implantable Medical Devices, W. Burleson and S. Carrara, Springer, 2014.
S. Carrara, S. Ghoreishizadeh, J. Olivo, I. Taurino, C. Baj-Rossi, A. Cavallini, M. Op de Beeck, C. Dehollain, W. Burleson, F. Moussy, A. Guiseppi-Elie, G. DeMicheli, “Fully Integrated Biochip Platforms for Advanced Healthcare“, Sensors Journal. 2012. pp.11013-11060.
S. Ghoreishizadeh, Yalçin, T., Pullini, A., De Micheli, G., Burleson, W., & Carrara. A lightweight cryptographic system for implantable biosensors. In Biomedical Circuits and Systems Conference (BioCAS), 2014.
W. Burleson, S. Clark, B. Ransford, K. Fu, “Design Challenges in Secure Implantable Medical Devices”, ACM/IEEE Design Automation Conference , 2012.
M. Rostami, Burleson, W., Koushanfar, F., & Juels, A. . Balancing security and utility in medical devices?. In ACM/IEEE Design Automation Conference, 2013.