Flow Equivalence: A Step on the Path to Formally Verified Asynchronous Design

This post focuses on Galois’s silicon projects and related research efforts around asynchronous circuit design as we approach the 27th IEEE International Symposium on Asynchronous Circuits and Systems (ASYNC 2021), to be hosted by Galois as a virtual conference September 7–10, 2021. In a recent blog post, we shared Galois’s interest in asynchronous circuit design. […]

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Why Asynchronous Design?

This post focuses on Galois’s silicon projects and related research efforts around asynchronous circuit design as we approach the 27th IEEE International Symposium on Asynchronous Circuits and Systems (ASYNC 2021), to be hosted by Galois as a virtual conference September 7–10, 2021. Since our founding, most of Galois’s R&D projects have focused on software and […]

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Galois’s BASALISC Project Wins $15.3M DARPA Contract and Aims to Finish “The Last Mile” of Data Confidentiality

The basilisk is a creature from legend that could permanently stop its adversaries with only a glance. Its venom was also described by Pliny the Elder as being able to run up the spear of an adversary and permanently end that threat, as well.  Inspired by the legendary creature’s prowess at securing “the last mile” […]

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