“Electronics & ICT Academy” is being set up at NIT Warangal with financial assistance from DeitY, MCIT, GoI. The jurisdiction of this academy is Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka States and Puducherry, Andaman & Nicobar Islands and Goa UTs. This academy role is to offer faculty development programmes in standardized courses and emerging areas of Electronics, Information Communication Technologies; training & consultancy services for Industry; Curriculum development for Industry; CEP for working professionals; Advice and support for technical incubation and entrepreneurial activities.
Cryptography is a science that applies complex mathematics and logic to design strong encryption methods. Cryptography is also an art. Cryptography allows people to keep confidence in the electronic world. Encryption is the only way to protect our privacy and provide desired level of security. This art of Encryption Decryption lies in the cryptographic algorithms, which provide the locks and keys of this Information Age. Today's world is the age of universal electronic connectivity, our phone calls, e-mails, electronic devices, online electronic transaction passes through various electronic devices. The rapid increase of information transmitted electronically resulted to an increased reliance on cryptography. This leads to a rapid increase in the need of security services such as confidentiality, integrity, authentication etc. These security services are solely depends on cryptographic algorithms. These cryptographic algorithms in turn lie in the heart of Mathematics i.e. in Number Theory.
This faculty development programme (FDP) is designed to address the foundations of cryptography. The fundamental theory, practical aspects and research direction are the major topics to be covered in this programme.
Major Course Contents:
Integer factorization problem
The discrete logarithm problem
Perfect secrecy and computational secrecy
Design and implementation of Stream and block ciphers
One way Functions and Computationally hard problems
Design and implementation of Public Key Cryptography
Design and Implementation of Elliptic Curve Cryptography
Research aspects and direction
Hands on experience multi-precision integer tool (gmp), Number theory library (NTL) and SAGE (math library)
Faculty conducting this Programme:
The programme will be conducted by the faculty members from NIT Warangal. Eminent resource person in the concerned field from DRDO/ISI/IITs/NITs/IIITs are invited to deliver lectures in the programme. Speakers from industries are also expected to deliver as part of the course.
The programme is open to the teachers of engineering colleges, MCA colleges and other allied disciplines in Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka states and Puducherry, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Goa UTs. Industry personnel working in the concerned/allied discipline can also attend.
Registration Fee Particulars:
Faculty and Research Scholars from above mentioned states: Rs 3000/-(inclusive of boarding & lodging)
Industry participants: Rs 9000/-(inclusive of boarding & lodging)
Participants from other states/UTs (other than above mentioned)
a) Rs 12500/- Only (inclusive of boarding & lodging)
b) Rs 3000/- Only (Lodging and boarding are extra at actuals)
The participants need to send a crossed demand draft (DD) drawn in favor of "Director, NIT Warangal" and payable at SBH, NIT Warangal branch.
All the selected participants will be provided FREE boarding & lodging in the institute guest house. No TA will be paid for the participants.
How to apply:
A filled in form of application in the prescribed format duly signed and sponsored by appropriate authorities (along with demand draft) should reach the coordinator by speed- post. It is also mandatory to send scanned application form and demand draft through e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Selection will be intimated only through mail.
FDP on Foundations of Cryptography
Department of Computer Science and Engineering NIT Warangal
Registration Status :
Workshop / Event co-ordinator Detail
Dr. R Padmavathy