NATIONAL WORKSHOP ON CRYPTOGRAPHY (NWC-2015)
(Sponsored by NBHM*, DST*, LNMIIT)
THE LNM INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, JAIPUR
December 14-20, 2015
The Department of Mathematics, LNM Institute of Information Technology, Jaipur is organizing a National Workshop on Cryptography during December 14-20, 2015. The workshop are likely to be sponsored by NBHM/DST/LNMIIT.
The main aim of this workshop is to systematically expose basic understanding of Cryptology, Network Security and other information security related issues and applications to the students and Researchers. The selected participants will have common research interest but with diversified backgrounds and knowledge, thereby bringing in a wider range of expertise. The workshop consists of
We believe that an intense 7 day workshop in an invigorating environment of the LNMIIT Jaipur will provide wonderful opportunities for communication and further collaborations among participants, as well as transitions of new ideas between sub-fields and into applications. The prime objective of the workshop is to introduce the basic concepts of the theory and applications of cryptography and explore the importance, difficulties and challenges of this innovative research field to PG students, research students, post-doctoral fellows and young researchers. We expect the workshop to provide an inspiring and productive forum: to get acquainted with the most recent developments in the area of cryptography, to stimulate and exchange new ideas from different disciplines, and to formulate new challenging problems that will have impact on diverse fields of applications.
PG students, Research Scholars, Post-Doctoral Fellows, Young Faculty Members and Researchers as well as industry persons who have interest in getting exposure of Information Security topics and underlying mathematics.
Basic Number Theory-Modular arithmetic, Primality Testing etc. Group and Ring Theory, Galois field. LFSR and Boolean functions in Cryptography. Design and analysis of Block Ciphers and Stream Cipher Public Key Cryptosystems: RSA, ElGamal, ECC etc. Hash Function and Digital Signature Entropy, Secret Sharing, Pairing Based Cryptography, Lattice-based Cryptography, Quantum and Post-quantum Cryptography.
Prof. R. Balasubramanian (IMS Chennai), Prof. A.K. Maloo (IIT Kanpur), Prof. Subhamoy Maitra (ISI Kolkata), Prof. Sugata Gangopadhya (IIT Roorkee), Prof. S. Mukhopadhyay (IIT Kharagpur), Prof. Ratna Dutta (IIT Kharagpur ), Prof. Somitra Sanadhya (IIIT Delhi), Prof. Shanta Laishram (ISI Delhi).
Prof. R. Balasubramanian (IMS Chennai), Prof. Bimal Roy (ISI Kolkata), Prof. Subhamoy Maitra (ISI Kolkata), Prof. Sugata Gangopadhyay (IIT Roorkee), Prof. A.K. Maloo (IIT Kanpur), Prof. V. Raghavendra (SSSIHL Prasanthi Nilayam).
Dr. Manish Garg (LNMIIT Jaipur), Dr. Vikas Gupta (LNMIIT Jaipur), Dr. Dheerendra Mishra (LNMIIT Jaipur)
Dr. Ajit Patel, Dr. Akhlaq Husain, Dr. Dheerendra Mishra, Dr. Manish Garg, Dr. Sunil Kumar Goutam, Dr. Somnath Maiti, Dr. Vikas Gupta.
Prof. S. S. Gokhale, Director, LNMIIT Jaipur
(pdf format) Click Here
(word format) Click Here
(pdf format) Click Here
To participate, please download the require form from the website:http://www.lnmiit.ac.in/nwc2015 and email the filled form to:firstname.lastname@example.org with your CV and recommendation letter(s) from your supervisor / HOD.
There is no registration fee for the workshop .
Free accommodation (subject to the availability) and meals will be provided during the entire duration of the workshop provided the workshop participants stay for the entire duration.
We hope to offer travel support either full/partial to all the registered participants depending on the availability of funds from DST/NBHM/LNMIIT.
*The participants will be intimated as soon as we receive confirmation of the financial support from DST/NBHM.
Last Date of receipt of application: November 14, 2015
Selection of participants will be based on academic records and recommendation letters.
List of selected participants will be put on the web page by November 20, 2015.
Dr Manish Garg, Dr. Vikas Gupta, Dr. Dheerendra Mishra
Department of Mathematics,
The LNM Institute of Information Technology,
Rupa Ki Nangal, Po- Sumel, Via- Jamdoli, Jaipur- 302031, Rajasthan, India,
Email: email@example.com, Phone: +91-141-5191713/714/710.
Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan, is one of the rare examples of an 18th century town built after careful planning. It was established by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh in the year 1727. Jaipur is predominantly known for its musicians, artisans and craftsmen. There are innumerable sagas and stories of the culture, traditions and practices associated with the city of Jaipur. This diverse land of rich culture and heritage is a royal treat for tourists from all over the world. Some of the most popular tourist destinations in Jaipur include: Hawa Mahal - the palace of winds, Amber Fort – capital of erstwhile Jaipur state, Jantar Mantar - the largest working observatory, City Palace - the residence of erstwhile Maharaja of Jaipur, Nahargarh Fort - the hunting residence of erstwhile Maharajas and Jaigarh Fort. Jaipur is located approximately 270 km south of Delhi and 250 km west of Agra and is well connected to other parts of the country through air, rail and road transport. For more information visit http://www.rajasthantourism.gov.in