ICGCIoT 2015 | 8-10 October 2015

Tutorials


Date / Time

10 October 2015 / 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM (3 hrs)

Tutorial 1

Design Challenges in the Wireless Sensor Communications Networks

Tutorial Speaker

Dr. Vivek Deshpande
Associate Professor, Dean (Research and Development), MIT College of Engineering, Pune


Abstract
Now-a-days Wireless Sensor Networks plays predominant role in the communication domain. The data to be disseminated from multiple sources to the destination base station or sink is having vital significance. There are many problems with which data can be conveyed up to the sink. The congestion, reliability, delay, fairness, etc. are of main concern. These can be treated as Quality of Service parameters that govern the performance of the WSN. Above all the Energy s consumption is the main constrain for WSN node. It is very difficult to obtain good QoS by keeping energy consumption low. Even if response of one of QoS parameter will depends on the many other QoS parameters. We have to take care of all QoS parameters to improve the performance of the wireless sensor networks. This Quality of Services may improve the application base of the WSN. With the QoS parameters the data dissemination along with energy optimization is get affected. We have to check the performance of the WSN against the QoS metrics for different data inputs. This may contain the periodic- non periodic data, event based data, transient or bursty data. For all these different types of inputs data we are checking the performance of QoS parameters like congestion, reliability and fairness. This may lead to new researcher to verify their results and excel their research work accordingly.
This tutorial will will able the audience to design and develop the wireless sensor network. They must able to analyze the performance of sensor network and would possibly build an applications based on the WSN for national and social interested activities.


Biography

Mr. Vivek S. Deshpande, Dean, Research & Development, MIT College of Engineering, holds Bachelors and Masters of Engineering in Electronics and Telecommunications from Pune University. Currently he is doing a research in Wireless Sensor Networks, embedded systems and High Performance Computer Networks. He is a Chair of IEEE Communication Society, Pune Chapter and Member of IEEE Computer Society, India Council.
Specific topics of interest and Research: Wireless sensor networks, Body area networks, Quality of Service, Algorithm/Protocol development, Mobile Communications and mobility in WSN, Wireless Communications and networking in WSN, Information and Communications technologies in WSN, Simulation, Modeling and analysis and performance evaluations, Network management and services, Health care and home networking, Reviews and Applications: Social, health, sports, environmental, etc.
The Rs.25 lacks of funded projects “Highway Traffic Monitoring Systems (HTMS)” phase-I is done under his guidance. He guided the 10 person’s team of technical researchers. The innovation of palm tops based on Android ported on ARM is having great success of research project. Many industries achieve huge success in their research and development with the kind help of his technical consultancy.
His 25 years of teaching and industrial experience is an asset to the organization. He is working as Associate Professor in Department of Information Technology, His expertise in the field of Wireless computer Networks and Distributed system helps in guidance to the PG students.


Date / Time

10 October 2015 / 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM (2 hrs)

Tutorial 2

Cryptographic Techniques for Secure Communication: Historical Perspective to Secret Sharing

Tutorial Speaker

Dr. Prakash D. Vyavahare
Senior Member IEEE, Professor and Head, Department of Electronics and Telecom. Engg.
S. G. S. Institute of Technology and Science, INDORE (M. P.)


Abstract
Cryptographic techniques have been used for more than 2000 years to achieve confidentiality and authenticity in secure information transmission. Over the period of time various (cryptographic) codes have been designed (and broken) by employing mathematical structures and their properties. The field got impetus after the establishment of Kerckhoff’s principle (1883) and mathematical structures like Galois field (1832). The notion of confusion and diffusion by Claude Shannon (1949) and Shamir’s public key cryptography (1978) opened up new areas of research and development in the field of cryptology. The proliferation of internet and mobile technology during the last two decades has extended the applications of cryptography from traditional military applications to that of public (society) use such as secure e-payment over internet etc. This has lead to establishments of various standards such as 3DES, AES and RSA. The advancements in the processing speed of computers also necessitates design of new standards. Recently, the field has obtained a new dimension in the area of secret sharing (Shamir 1979) and multiple secret sharing (Li Bai 2006). The talk aims to cover the panoramic view conventional and asymmetric key cryptography and some of the developments in the field of secret sharing and possible areas of research in this emerging field.


Biography

Dr. Prakash D. Vyavahare (SM-IEEE(USA), F-IETE(India), F-IE(India)) is Professor and Head in Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engg. at S. G. S. Institute of Technology and Science, Indore, India. He received his M. Tech. and Ph. D. degrees from IIT Bombay in 1976 and 1995 respectively. He worked at Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Bombay as Communication Engineer from 1976 to 1982. He was Hindu-Hitachi scholar at Hitachi Ltd. Japan in 1981-82. He then joined SGSITS Indore (1982) and in past held various positions in the institute such as Dean (R & D) and Dean (Administration). He was associate of ICTP (UNESCO organization), Trieste, Italy during 1998 to 2005. He has 24 papers to his credit in international and national journals including IEEE Transactions in Communications, IEEE Transactions on Electronic Devices and IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement. He has guided six Ph. D. students and four scholars are pursuing their research under his supervision. In the past, he has delivered seminars at various organizations including CERN (Geneva), Milan polytechnic Milan and INRIA Rocquencourt France. His areas of interests include channel coding, channel modeling, cross layer design issues and secure communication.


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