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FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ON “APPLICATION OF NUMBER THEORY IN CRYPTOGRAPHY”

June 8, 2011 by SMVIT PRESS  
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In recent times, the use of computer in sharing, storing and analyzing information at the level of Government, Military, Business Houses and so on has grown to such an extent, that it has become a challenging task to maintain privacy and confidentiality of the information.

Cryptography deals with encrypting information so as to make it practically inaccessible to others. Number theory which was considered as the subject meant for only pure mathematicians has suddenly found applications in this field. There has been a lot of work done in the filed of number theory as applicable to cryptography. The programme is meant to give an insight into the exciting application of number theory in cryptography.

¨ Course Content:

1.Algorithms involving Numbers.

2.Cryptographic Computations.

3.Information Security Algorithms and Protocols.

4.Applications.

¨ Resource persons

Experts from various R & D organization, leading academic institutions and industry.

¨ Who can register?

The program is open for teaching faculty from Depts. of Mathematics, Computer Science & Engineering, Information Science & Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering and Telecommunication Engineering.

¨ Venue:

Computer Science Seminar Hall, VI Block.

Sir MVIT, Bangalore.

 

¨ Accommodation:

Boarding and lodging may be provided in institute’s guest house / hostels / staff quarters at subsidized rates, if required.

¨ Registration

Rs.200/- for academic staff

Rs. 500/- for persons from Industry and other organizations.

Note: Duly filled-in Registration forms may be sent to the Coordinator along with DD drawn in favour of the Principal, Sir MVIT payable at Bangalore. Applications can also be downloaded from our website www.sirmvit.edu. Total number of participants is limited to 50 only. No TA /DA will be paid to the participants.

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