Held on: March 14-18, 2017
Chief Guest: Prof. Manish Gaur, Dean Student Welfare, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam University
Resource Person :
Day-01 [March 14, 2017]
- Prof. H. C. Taneja. Delhi Technological University
- Prof. Shanta Laishram ,Indian Statistical Institute New Delhi
- Prof. Archit Agarwal, Dy. Director at DRDO
- Prof. R. K. Sharma,Indian Institute of Technology
- Prof. Gagan Garg from DA-IICT, Gandhi Nagar, Ahmadabad.
- Prof. K. Gopinath, Professor at Indian Institute of Science
- Prof. D. K. Dalai, NISER, Bhubaneswar
- Prof. Shanta Laishram,Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi.
- Prof. Satya Deo, Senior Scientis Harish Chandra Research Institute (HCRI) Allahabad.
The Programme started with the lamp lightening session held at Raman Sabhagar in the presence of Honorable Chief Guest Prof. Manish Gaur, Dean Student Welfare, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam University ( Nominated by the Honorable Vice-Chancellor), Director Dr. B. C. Sharma, IPEC, Prof. Dr. V. K. Singh, Dean Academics and Programme-Co-ordinator, IPEC, Keynote speaker Prof. H. C. Taneja and distinguished delegates. Prof. Dr. B C Sharma Director IPEC welcomes the chief guest and delegates participating in the FDP. Programme co-ordinator Prof. Dr. V K Singh in lighting about the one week faculty development progamme and expressing his gratitude toward the Honorable Vice-Chancellor for sponsoring the programme.
Prof. H. C. Taneja.
Delhi Technological University, Delhi took the session on coding theory which covered various topics such as Information Theory, Uniquely decipherable codes, Huffman Coding quoting the importance of codes transmission during massage exchange.
Prof. Shanta Laishram
from Indian Statistical Institute New Delhi took session on Number Theory covering topics such as Great Common Divisor (GCD) & Least Common Multiple (LCM), Euclidean algorithm which serves as components in cryptography.
The Day ended with vote of thanks to esteemed speakers and delegates for their valuable presence.
Day-02 [March 15, 2017]
The second day of faculty development programme started with the first session by Prof. ArchitAgarwal,
Dy. Director at DRDO, New Delhi. The session laid emphasis on the essence of cryptography, types of various attacks, cryptanalysis it also highlighted the basic difference between Network Security, Information Security and Cyber Security.
The session took place till 12:45 PM. Prof. Archit Agarwal was honored with momento and certificate of appreciation.
Post lunch, Third & Fourth session was taken by Prof. R. K. Sharma
. He is Professor of Mathematics at the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi. He has teaching experience of more than 29 years. He has guided 19 Ph.D. thesis and more than 54 M. Tech. Projects. He has more than 100 Research publications in international journals. His session concentrated on various techniques to encrypt and decrypt messages using mathematical models various examples were shown to validate the encryption and decryption.
The session ended with vote of thanks and souvenir ceremony.
Day-03 [March 16, 2017]
The third day of faculty development programme began with the first session taken by Prof. Gagan Garg
from DA-IICT, Gandhi Nagar, Ahmadabad. He did his Ph.D. in Computer Science and Automation from IISC Banglore. He did his B. Tech and M. Tech in Mathematics and computing from IIT Delhi. His session was mainly based on cryptography. He talked about various kinds of Cipher text and its application. He covered the topics such sieve of Eratosthenes hands on session of plain text and cipher text.
Prof. K. Gopinath
, Professor at Indian Institute of Science in the Computer Science and Automation Department, took second, third and fourth session. He did his B. Tech. in 1977 from IIT, Madras, M.S. in 1980 from University of Wisconsin, Madison and Ph.D. in 1988 from Standford University. His session was based on the techniques and various methods to protect, secure scripts during ancient times. He also covered storage systems and Systems Verification
. The session was quite interesting. The session ended with a vote of thanks and presentation of memento as well as certificate of appreciation.
Day-04 [March 17, 2017]
The Fourth day of faculty development programme began with the first session taken by Prof. Gagan Garg
from DA-IICT, Gandhi Nagar, Ahmadabad. He presents the lecture on sieve of Eratosthenes, hands on session of plain text and cipher text.
After knowledge filled interactive sessions Prof. Gagan Garg was presented with a certificate appreciation and momentos by Prof. V.K. Singh, Dean Academics, IPEC.
The second session delivered by Prof. D. K. Dalai
. He is from NISER, Bhubaneswar Prof. Dalai did Ph.D. from Indian Statistical Institute in 2006. He completed his M. Tech. from Indian Statistical Institute in 2003. He has specialization is Theoretical Computer Sciences, coding theory, cryptology, Discrete Mathematics. He is currently working on symmetric cipher Algebraic attack, Boolean functions and Coimbinatorics. His session was based Pre-deterministic Algorithm and various researches done in the fields of cryptography with respect to various Boolean functions
The Third and Fourth session was taken by Prof. Shanta Laishram
from Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi. He talked about Prime finding functions, algebraic functions, point plotting techniques which serve as an input to encrypt message
. The session was quite informative. The day ended with the vote of thanks to esteemed speaker. He was presented with the certificate of appreciation and memento by Ms. Neeta Verma, Associate Professor, IPEC. A group photograph was taken along with the guest and participants.
Day-05 [March 18, 2017]
The Fifth day of faculty development programme session was resumed by Prof. D. K. Dalai
, NISER, Bhubaneswar. He talked about the key pre-distribution scheme in cryptography. The schemes are further subdivided into DKPD i.e. deterministic key pre-distribution scheme and Non-Deterministic key predistribution scheme.
The session was very informative and knowledge. It lasted till 12:30 PM followed by lunch break. Prof. Dalai was presented with a momento by Dr. Shephali Tyagi, HOD (AS&H) and certificate of appreciation by Dr. Pooja Tripathi, HOD (CSE).
Session post lunch two session was taken by Prof. Satya Deo
, Senior Scientist from Harish Chandra Research Institute (HCRI) Allahabad. His area of specialization covers algebraic and Differential Topology, Topological and differential group actions, topological Methods in coimbatronics etc. He talked by about Birchâ€™s theorem, Drawback of Birchâ€™s theorem and its solution given by Helge Toerbeg
. The session was quite interactive and engaging. It lasted for about an hour followed which everyone gathered in Raman Sabhagar for Valediction Ceremony of Faculty Development Programme.
During the Valediction ceremony Dr. B. C. Sharma, Director, IPEC presented memento to Prof. Satya Deo Tripathi. The certificate of participation was awarded to all the guests/ participants by Prof. Satya Deo Tripathi.
Director, Dr. B. C. Sharma and our keynotes speaker Prof. Satya Deo Tripathi shared words of wisdom and thanked everyone for being so supportive, cooperative, source of knowledge and great learners.
A vote of thanks was given by Programme co-ordinator Prof. Dr. V. K. Singh to all the participants, resource persons, and program co- coordinator and all the committee members of organizing team for their valuable contribution. The ceremony ended followed by High Tea.