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Short Term Course : Indian Institute of Science Bengaluru - 560 012

Participants Details

# Name Gender Organization/Institute Name
1 Vishal Sharma
2 Amitesh Kumar Pandit Male ISM DHANBAD
3 Dhaneshwar Mardi Male National Institute of Technology, Durgapur
4 Neha Agrawal Female ABV-IIITM GWALIOR
5 Priyanka Verma Female ABV-IIITM GWALIOR
6 Arijit Karati Male INDIAN SCHOOL OF MINES DHANBAD
7 Ms. Ritu S Shaktawat Female Universal College of Engineering And Technology
8 Shreenagamanjularani C Female NIT TIRUCHIRAPPALI
9 Sharon Devasia Isac Female
10 Hari Govind V.K. Male
11 Pratik Ranjan Male
12 Jyotsna Lambadi Male

Event Details

Introduction

Cryptography is a method of storing and transmitting data, in a manner that it is read and processed only by those for whom it is intended to. This helps people to  share data and carry out business electronically without deceit and deception, as they would do in the physical world.  There is perpetual increase in the number of users who use internet to share information leading to an increased dependency on cryptography.   Cryptography aids in making web sites safe for data transmission and e-commerce.  This course is aimed to providing awareness of methods used for information security in academic and professional community.

 

Objectives

Realising the importance of cryptography and cryptanalysis, India has embanked upon several exercise to create the capacity and capability in this area.

While this course would dwell on the foundations of cryptography and cryptanalysis, it will also focus on contemporary topics for Research and Development.  The ISEA members who attend this will surely benefit and help in forming the network of researchers in this area.

 

Topics

Part 1 – Introduction to Cryptography (16 Lectures)

Session 1: Classical Cryptography – A couple of historical cipher, Perfect Security, One-time Pad.

Session 2: Symmetric Key Cryptography – Fundamental concepts (Proof by Reduction), One-way function, Pseudo-random generators, pseudorandom functions), Private Key encryption, MAC, Practical SKEs like AES, RC4

Session 3: Public Key Cryptography – Number Theory, Public Key Encryption, Digital Signature.

Session 4: Cryptanalysis

 

Part 2 – Selected Topics in Cryptography (16 Lectures)

Session 1: Multiparty Computation

Session 2:  Advanced Encryption Schemes such as Id-based and Attributed-based

Session 3: Advanced Cryptanalysis

Session 4: Crypto for the cloud

 

Eligibility

The post graduate students/ PhD scholars/ researchers/ academicians /Industry personnel with basic knowledge of related field can participate in this program.

 

Registration Process

Online registration will be available on http://isea-pmu.in/event-registration-publicfrom December 21, 2015.

There will be separate registration for Part 1 and Part 2.  Candidates can opt for any or both the parts.  If you already have basic exposure to cryptography, you may opt only for Part 2 while registering.  The acceptance will be on a first come first basis.

 

Fees

The registration will be free for the selected participants.  Limited accommodation will be available in the IISc campus, the cost of which has to borne by the participants.

 

Resource Persons

1.        Prof. C E Venimadhavan

2.        Dr. Arpita Patra

3.        Dr. Bhavana Kanukurthi

4.        Dr. Sanjit Chatterjee

 

Co-ordinator

Mr. K P Raghuraman : raghuram@serc.iisc.in

 

Important Dates

Last date for submission of online registration from on  ISEA PMU website : January 07, 2016

Confirmation of participants by email :   January 11, 2016

Course commencement date : 02 February 2016 for Part 1and 08 February 2016 for Part 2.

Subject :
Workshops in Cryptography - Part 2 Selected advanced topics in Cryptography
Start :
08-Feb-2016
End :
08-Feb-2016
Venue :
Indian Institute of Science Bengaluru - 560 012
Registration Status :
0

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