|[March 14, 2017]
Rambus Appoints Two New Fellows
Inc. (NASDAQ:RMBS) today announced it has appointed Drs. Helena
Handschuh, a renowned cryptographer, and Thomas Vogelsang, a world
recognized DRAM expert, to one of the company's highest technical
positions, Rambus (News - Alert) Fellow.
Dr. Handschuh is a well-recognized expert in the security community for
her contribution to cryptography, cryptanalysis and hardware security.
She was a member of ETSI (News - Alert)-SAGE Security Algorithms Group of Experts for
more than 10 years where she provided expertise on side-channel analysis
and also co-designed GSM, 3G and LTE (News - Alert) cryptographic algorithms including
MILENAGE, SNOW 3G and other algorithms deployed in over six billion SIM
cards and mobile handsets today. Dr. Handschuh served as the Program
Co-chair of CHES 2015 and recently served as the Program Chair of CT-RSA (News - Alert)
2017, the cryptographer's track at the RSA Conference. She has also held
several appointed and elected offices at the International Association
for Cryptographic Research (IACR).
Dr. Handschuh has been appointed to lead the Security Architecture and
Advanced Technology team at Rambus, responsible for defining security
architecture for existing and next-generation security technologies. She
currently chairs the Security Working Group of the Secure Content
Storage Association (SCSA) with over 250 members, has published over 40
peer-reviewed papers, and holds 10 patents. She received her Ph.D in
Cryptography from Telecom ParisTech.
Dr. Vogelsang is a world-recognized DRAM expert and during the course of
his career has made significant contributions to a wide range of
technologies, specifically DRAM architecture and core design. He is a
senior member of IEEE, has been a lecturer on DRAM at Stanford
University, and served as part of the technical program committee for
Digital Photography and Mobile Imaging.
As a technical director at Rambus, Dr. Vogelsang has been responsible
for several projects and recognized for his work with low-power DRAM
energy consumption based on a revolutionary power model he pioneered.
This work was published in Micro 2010, a premier technical publication,
and has been well accepted with the most citations of any paper
published at Rambus. Dr. Vogelsang has also contributed to several new
exploratory technologies for Rambus including advanced computational
sensing and imaging technologies. Dr. Vogelsang is currently working on
the exploration of future memory requirements for cryogenic computing
with Microsoft (News - Alert). Vogelsang holds 55 patents and has authored or
co-authored 21 papers at numerous prestigious technical conferences
around the globe. He holds a Ph.D in Physics from Technical University
"Both Helena and Thomas have been instrumental in developing some of our
most complex technologies for the company," said Dr. Gary Bronner, vice
president of Rambus Labs. "The Rambus Fellow program recognizes
exceptional technical leadership and contribution to the company and
community, which both Helena and Thomas have demonstrated. We'd like to
congratulate them on this prestigious appointment and look forward to
their future contributions and technical leadership."
The Rambus Fellow program was developed in 2006 to recognize those
individuals who provide the highest levels of technical leadership and
strategic guidance for the company. There are currently five Rambus
Fellows that develop and further the technical leadership for the
About Rambus Inc.
Rambus creates innovative hardware and software technologies, driving
advancements from the data center to the mobile edge. Our chips,
customizable IP cores, architecture licenses, tools, services, software,
training and innovations improve the competitive advantage of our
customers. We collaborate with the industry, partnering with leading
ASIC and SoC designers, foundries, IP developers, EDA companies and
validation labs. Our products are integrated into tens of billions of
devices and systems, powering and securing diverse applications,
including Big Data, Internet of Things (IoT), mobile, consumer and media
platforms. At Rambus, we are makers of better. For more information,
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