I am an assistant professor and Researcher at the Department of Information Security, Faculty of Information Technology, Czech Technical University in Prague, and Researcher at the Department of Materials and Technology, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of West Bohemia in Pilsen.

My research is focused on the reliability and security of CMOS circuits, circuit modeling, and simulation.

Current Professional Activities

Recent Publications

      1. Belohoubek, J. (2021). Testability and Physical Security: The Cell-Level Approach [PhD thesis]. Czech Technical University in Prague. bibtex | manuscript | slides
      2. Belohoubek, Jan and Fiser, Petr and Schmidt, Jan. (2021). Zapojení standardní buňky CMOS se sníženou datovou závislostí statické spotřeby (Connection of a standard CMOS cell with reduced data dependence of static consumption). České vysoké učení technické v Praze. https://isdv.upv.cz/webapp/resdb.print_detail.det?pspis=PT/2020-153&plang=CS bibtex
        Patent Nr. CZ 308895 B6
      3. Bělohoubek, J., Fišer, P., & Schmidt, J. (2021). Optically induced static power in combinational logic: Vulnerabilities and countermeasures. Microelectronics Reliability, 124, 114281. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.microrel.2021.114281 bibtex | DOI | manuscript
        Cited by:
        1. Kumar, A., Tripathi, S. L., & Subramaniam, U. (2021). Variability Analysis of SBOX With CMOS 45 nm Technology. Wireless Personal Communications.
      4. Standard Cell Design For Data-Independent Static Power Under Illumination. (2021, July).
      5. Standard Cell Design For Data-Independent Static Power Under Illumination. (2021, July). 9th Prague Embedded Systems Workshop (PESW), 2021. bibtex | slides