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The practical implementation of (theoretically) secure systems adds physical aspects that can be exploited by an attacker. In this seminar, students will learn to present, discuss, and summarize papers on established and recent attacks that are leveraging the physical layer, and potential countermeasures and mitigations. Example topics to be discussed are attacks leveraging physical access to devices, local and remote Side-Channel Analysis, and attacks targeting wireless communications. In addition, attacks related to sensing and control of IoT and Industrial Control Systems are discussed. The seminar is taught as a reading group with bi-weekly meetings. Students will get a paper assigned to them to present. All students in the seminar are required to have read the paper and participate in the discussions during the meeting.