Catherine Holloway is a former experimental quantum physicist turned software and hardware engineer. She has previously worked on autonomous vehicles and quantum cryptography, and currently works as a full stack engineer at a startup that is producing a web-based replacement for scientific instrumentation software such as LabVIEW and MATLAB Simulink. In her spare time she like to write about Haskell, Python, FPGAs and metal/prog rock at catherineh.github.io .
Talk: Snooping on Digital Electronics with Machine Learning
Ever wondered what the chips in your electronics are saying? I trained a classifier that can decode signals based on their tapped-in oscilloscope voltage traces. Assuming no knowledge of machine learning, I’ll cover which classifiers worked and which didn’t, and demonstrate some snooping.