1 BRIEF REPORT OF WORKSHOP ON Modern Trends in Soft Computing and Security Issues Date: September 23 28, 2013 Jointly organized by Center for Soft Computing Research (CSCR) Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata & National Institute of Science & Technology, Berhampur, Orissa Venue NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY PLAUR HILLS, BERHAMPUR , ODISHA
2 BRIEF REPORT ON WORKSHOP ON Modern Trends in Soft Computing and Security Issues Introduction Soft Computing is a collection of complex methodologies that embraces approximate reasoning, imprecision, uncertainty and partial truth in order to mimic the remarkable human capability of making decisions in real-life, ambiguous environments. Soft Computing has therefore become popular in developing systems that encapsulate human expertise. Network Security is of paramount importance in this age of data communication. Compromising network security is often much easier than compromising physical or local security, and much more common in today's world. Cryptology builds the core of Network and Data Security, and ensures security, authenticity and privacy in communication, storage and computation of sensitive data. This workshop will provide a comprehensive overview of the recent advances in the industrial applications of soft computing and covers a wide range of application areas, including optimization, data analysis and data mining, computer graphics and vision, prediction and diagnosis, design, intelligent control, and traffic and transportation systems. The workshop also focuses on all technical and practical aspects of security and its applications for wired and wireless networks. The expert academia will exchange their understanding in modern security threats and will describe significant advances in the areas of security & its applications. Participation is extended to researchers, designers, educators and interested parties in all related disciplines and specialization. Objective of the Programme The aim of the workshop is to give an exposure to the fundamental ideas and concepts in some key areas of Soft Computing and Network Security, which will be beneficial to interested M.Tech. and Ph.D students (at their initial stage) and also to Engineering Institute teachers involved in teaching /research in Soft Computing and Network Security. Topics to be covered include, but are not restricted to: Soft Computing Image Processing Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning Bio-Informatics and Neural Computing
3 Rough Set and Rough Fuzzy application Brain Inspired Computing Introduction to Cryptology Basic mathematical background for Cryptology Symmetric Key Cryptography Introduction to Cryptanalysis Encryption schemes and Security notions Signature schemes and Security notions Key Pre-distribution schemes in Network Security Resource Persons (Distinguished Speakers) Eminent scientist comprising of reputed professors and researchers from ISI, Kolkata, C.R. Rao Institute, Hyderabad and NIST, Berhampur, India comprised the list of distinguished speakers given below: Prof. Sankar Kumar Pal, Principal Investigator, Centre for Soft Computing Research (CSCR), ISI Kolkata Prof. Malay Kumar Kundu, Co - Principal Investigator, CSCR, ISI Kolkata Prof. C. A. Murthy, Co - Principal Investigator, CSCR, ISI Kolkata Dr. Rajat Kumar De, Machine Intelligence Unit (MIU), ISI Kolkata Dr. Pradipta Maji, MIU, ISI Kolkata Dr. Kuntal Ghosh, MIU, ISI Kolkata Dr. Pinaki Sarkar, Associate Professor, NIST, Berhampur Mr. Sourav Sen Gupta, Centre of Excellence in Cryptology (CoEC), ISI Kolkata Mr. Sumit Kumar Pandey, C. R. Rao AIMSCS, Hyderabad. Programme Schedule The detailed Programme schedule is enclosed in Annexure-I. Execution of the Programme With the above objective in mind, NIST had applied to the Center for Soft Computing Research (CSCR), ISI Kolkata to jointly organize this workshop by Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata and National Institute of Science & Technology, Berhampur, Orisha at our Institute (NIST) campus from September 23 to 28, 2013, which would be attended by the College faculty members/ researchers/ Master Students from all over India. Later, DRDO was approached for a grant of INR one lakh.
4 CSCR, ISI, Kolkata approved the Programme with a sanction of Rs. 2, 67,000/-(Rupees Two Lakhs and sixty seven thousand only). On their part, Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) kindly responded with a fund of Rs /-(Fifty Thousand only) for this workshop. Details of the workshop in the form of Brochure, posters and e mails were sent in the 2nd week of August 2013 to more than 200 Engineering Colleges throughout the country (including all IIT, NIT, top colleges and renowned University). The response was spontaneous with about two hundred (200) applicants responding within the stipulated time (Sept. 8, 2013). The selection committee members comprising of Pinaki Sarkar, Sourav Sen Gupta and ably led by the Program coordinator, Dr. Kuntal Ghosh conducted several meetings at CSSR, ISI Kolkata. More than seventy (70) participants were selected and intimidated via or Telephone. Details of Participants are enclosed in Annexure-II. Boarding and Lodging Arrangements to the Resource Persons and Participants All the Resource Persons were accommodated in the luxurious SWOSTI HOTEL at GOPALPUR SEA- BEACH. Each speaker was provided a separate double room for them/their family. The participants were accommodated in Motel Mermaid, a reputed HOTEL at GOPALPUR SEA-BEACH. Double rooms were provided for all participants on twin sharing basis. Lunch arranged for all resource persons, supporting staff along with participants in the YOGA Centre in rock Garden, NIST Campus. Dinner and Breakfast was arranged only for participants and resource persons in their allocated Hotel, respectively. Valedictory Session Valedictory session was held on the last day of the programme i.e. Sept. 28, 2013 in TIFAC Conference Hall Complex, NIST. Prof. Geetika Mudali, Placement Director, NIST presided the function. The Program Coordinator cum guest of honor, Prof. Kuntal Ghosh, Assistant Professor, ISI Kolkata highlighted the importance of the workshop MTSCS 2013 through a splendid conclusive talk on this occasion. Some of the participants responded with their delightful feedbacks applauding the stupendous effort of the organizing committee of MTSCS Their out of the way (rare) gesture of gifting a memento to the organizing committee of MTSCS 2013 made the occasion a truly cherish able one. The memento was then handed over to Prof. Geetika Mudali, Placement Director, NIST to be preserved in the premises
5 of NIST as one the most cherished gifts. Finally, certificates to the participants were distributed by Prof. Kuntal Ghosh, Assistant Professor, ISI Kolkata and Prof. Geetika Mudali, Placement Director, NIST. Course Material Details An executive bag with the entire programme schedule (workshop kit) was handed over to the participants in the inaugural session on CDs containing the course material (softcopy of all of the talk of all the speakers in pptx/pdf format) were given to each participant at the end of the programme. The same course material was circulated among the participants via their e mail provided. Excursions: Two extrusions were arranged for the participants. The first one was to the famous Siddha Bhairavi Temple is a Famous Shakti Shrines situated at Mantridi, about 10 km from NIST, Berhampur in Ganjam district of Orissa India Here the presiding deity is Goddess Bhairavi. The trip was arranged on Tuesday, September 24, 2013 between 8 am to 9:15 am before the start of Day 2 of the workshop, MTSCS The following describes the temple briefly. The temple is carved in crude fashion, the idol features one leg and four hands. It is said that this idol was excavated from a ploughed field and was enshrined as such in a newly adorned temple in the year All the Sankranti days in every month of the Hindu Calendar and Tuesdays are considered auspicious here. A major attraction of the temple lie in the fact that it houses 108 sub shrines dedicated to all Hindu gods present from Kashmir to Kanyakumari like the 12 jyotirlingas, Vaishno Devi, Dashavatara, Venkateshwara, Ranganatha, Meenakshi, Badrinath. A big shrine is also present which houses Lord Jagannath along with his siblings. It is believed that at the end of Kaliyuga Bhairavi devi will accompany Kalki Avatar in restoring Dharma. The participants were happy to start the Day 2 with puja. The second excursion was on on Thursday, September 26, 2013, i.e., Day 4 of MTSCS, between 3:30 pm to 8 pm. The location was PATI SONEPUR, an uninhabited (virgin) beach on the Andhra Odisha border, which is about 15 kms from NIST, the venue of MTSCS, The beach is along the river Bahuda which divides the sea from the main land at Sonepur. Pati Sonepur is the name of the Beach at the other side and is famous for its virginity, colourful water and loneliness, which was a treat to watch. The resource persons from ISI, Kolkata along with Dr. Pinaki Sarkar (Convener, MTSCS) arranged for a boat ride to a near by island starting from just prior to sunset continuing to early evening, which was appreciated by one and all.
6 IMPORTANT PHOTOGRAPHS (MAIN PROGRAM) Figure 1: Workshop on Modern Trends in Soft Computing and Security Issues Date: September23 28, Prof. Sankar Kumar Pal, Principal Investigator, CSCR, ISI Kolkata being introduced by Prof. Sangram Mudali, Director, NIST
7 Figure 2: Dr. Pinaki Sarkar, Convener, MTSCS delivers the inaugural speech in presence of Prof. Trinath Sahu, Guest of Honor (Sr. Professor, NIST) and couple of distinguished speakers, Mr. Sourav Sen Gupta, CoEC, ISI Kolkata, Mr. Sumit Kumar Pandey, C. R. Rao AIMSCS, Hyderabad. Figure 3: Prof. Trinath Sahu lights the inaugural lamp in presence of Dr. Pinaki Sarkar, Associate Professor, NIST (Convener, MTSCS) and Mr. Sumit Kumar Pandey, C. R. Rao AIMSCS, Hyderabad.
8 Figure 4: Prof. Sangram Mudali, Director, NIST, Berhampur presents the medallion to Prof. Sankar Kumar Pal, Principal Investigator, CSCR, ISI Kolkata. Fig 5: Prof. C. A. Murthy, Co - Principal Investigator, CSCR, ISI Kolkata receives the medallion from the Program Coordinator, Dr. Kuntal Ghosh, MIU, ISI Kolkata.
9 Fig 6: Prof. Sankar Kumar Pal, recipient of Padma Shri in science and technology introduces Soft Computing, Machine Intelligence and Granular Data Mining Fig 7: Prof. Sankar Kumar Pal stresses on an important concept during his talk at MTSCS at NIST
10 Fig 8: Some of the dignitaries attending the lectures along with the participants of this workshop Fig 9: Prof. Sangram Mudali, Prof. C.A. Murthy, Prof. Ajit Kumar Panda and Dr. Reza in the audience
11 Fig 10: Participants of this workshop minutely listen to one of the talks of MTSCS at NIST Fig 11: Closing Ceremony: Dr. Pinaki Sarkar (Convener, MTSCS) formally concluded as Prof. Geetika Mudali (Placement Director, NIST), Dr. Kuntal Ghosh (Program Coordinator, MTSCS) watches on.
12 Fig 12: Banquet Dinner (Roof top Party - Memento): Participants of MTSCS gifted a memento to Dr. P. Sarkar (Convener) as token of appreciation, which is a rare event. The cherished moment was shared with Dr. K. Ghosh, ISI, Dr. S. Tripathi (Sr. Faculty, NIST) Mr. P. Garai & Dr. M. Reza (Co conveners). Fig 13: Valedictory Session: Prof. Geetika Mudali (Placement Director, NIST), Dr. Kuntal Ghosh (Program Program Coordinator, MTSCS, MTSCS) and Dr. Pinaki Sarkar (Convener, MTSCS)
13 Fig 14: Dr. Pinaki Sarkar (Convener, MTSCS) is being congratulated by Prof. Geetika Mudali (Placement Director, NIST) by presenting his medallion as Dr. Kuntal Ghosh (Program Coordinator, MTSCS) applauds. Fig 15: Participant s feedback: One of the participant shares the wonderful experience of MTSCS thanking the entire organizing team led by Dr. Pinaki Sarkar (Convener), Dr. Kuntal Ghosh (Program Coordinator, MTSCS), Prof. Sangram Mudali (Director) and Prof. Geetika Mudali (Placement Director).
15 Fig 18: Group photo of participants with Prof. Geetika Mudali (Placement Director, NIST), Dr. Kuntal Ghosh (Program Coordinator, MTSCS), Dr. Pinaki Sarkar (Convener), Dr. Motahar Reza (Co- Convener).
16 COMPUTER VISION AND NETWORK SECURITY LABORATORY INAGURATED BY Prof. SANKAR K PAL, (recipient of Padma Shri in Science & Technology 2013) Fig 19: Prof. Sankar K Pal inaugurated a state of the art laboratory meant for dedicated research in computer vision and security and plausible collaboration with ISI, Kolkata and other leading institute. Fig 20: Prof. Ajit K Panda, Principal, NIST and Prof. Shom Das (Faculty, NIST) inspect the lab with delight.
17 Fig 21: Prof. Sankar K Pal, recipient of Padma Shri in Science and Technology, 2013 interacting with faculties of NIST along with attending question of participants of MTSCS, Fig 22: Overview of the state of the art COMPUTER VISION AND NETWORK SECURITY LABORATORY meant for dedicated collaborative research in related subjects with ISI and other leading institute.
18 PHOTOGRAPHS of the EXCURSION on Thursday, September 26, Location: PATI SONPUR. Uninhabited beach. Bahuda river mouth. Distance from NIST: 15 kms. Pictures courtesy: Participants of MTSCS 2013, specially Mr. Dheerendra Mishra and Suresh Dara. Fig 23: On way to Sonpur. Spot arrangement made by the organizing committee. Sponsor: CSSR, ISI. Fig 24: Prof. Rajat De & Prof. Pradipta Maji, MIU, ISI, Kolkata delighted with the outing at Pati Sonepur.
19 Fig 25: Participants enjoying the beauty of uninhabited Pati Sonepur. Spot selection: Dr. Pinaki Sarkar. Fig 26: The team of MTSCS 2013 (participants, speakers & convener) prepares to return as evening sets in at Pati Sonepur. The moon lit beach and Bahuda river mouth (with sea) was a spectacle for the eye.
20 BANQUET DINNER PHOTOGRAPHS (September 27, 2013) Location: SEA PEARL HOTEL at GOPALPU ON SEA. Description: A premium hotel cum restaurant with exquisite party arrangement, particularly roof top. Pictures courtesy: Participants of MTSCS 2013, specially Mr. Dheerendra Mishra and Suresh Dara. Fig 27, 28, 29: This and the next two pictures are of the banquet dinner meant for the MTSCS 2013 family consisting of the speakers, participants and the organizers. The banquet was held on the roof top Sea Pearl hotel at GOPALPUR ON SEA. The memento in Fig was presented before dinner hosted here.
22 ANNEXURE I
23 Workshop on Modern Trends in Soft Computing and Security Issues Jointly organized by Centre for Soft Computing Research (CSCR) Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata and National Institute of Science and Technology (NIST) September 23-28, 2013 PROGRAM SCHEDULE Venue National Institute of Science & Technology Berhampur, Odisha, India
25 Workshop on Modern Trends in Soft Computing and Security Issues Jointly organized by Centre for Soft Computing Research (CSCR) Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata and National Institute of Science and Technology (NIST) September 23 28, 2013 Patrons Prof. Sangram Mudali, Director,. Prof. Geetika Mudali, Placement Director,. General Chair Prof. Sankar Kumar Pal, Distinguished Scientist& Ex-director, ISI Kolkata (Padma Shri in Science and Technology 2013) Organizing Committee Dr. Pinaki Sarkar, NIST, Berhampur (Convener) Dr. Motahar Reza, NIST, Berhampur (Co-convener) Mr. Partha Garai, NIST, Berhampur (Co-convener) Prof. Ajit Kumar Panda, NIST, Berhampur Dr. Kuntal Ghosh, ISI Kolkata Dr. Rajat Kumar De,ISI Kolkata Dr. Pradipta Maji, ISI Kolkata Mr. Sourav Sen Gupta,CoEC, ISI Kolkata Mr. Sumit Kumar Pandey,C. R. Rao AIMSCS, Hyderabad Dr. Diptendu Sinha Roy, NIST, Berhampur Mr. Bhawani Sankar Patnaik, NIST, Berhampur Mr. Shom Prasad Das, NIST, Berhampur Mr. Anisur Rahman, NIST, Berhampur Mr. Debananda Kanhar, NIST, Berhampur Mr. Priyatosh Mahish, NIST, Berhampur Mr. Chinmay Sahu, NIST, Berhampur Mr. Bisnu Kar Nayak, NIST, Berhampur Technical Support Team: NIST Technology Consulting Services (NTCS)
26 List of Keynote Speakers Sl. No Name of Keynote Speakers 1 Sankar Kumar Pal 2 Malay Kumar Kundu 3 C. A. Murthy 4 Rajat Kumar De 5 Pradipta Maji 6 Kuntal Ghosh 7 Pinaki Sarkar 8 Sumit Kumar Pandey 9 Sourav Sen Gupta Designation and Institute Principal Investigator, Centre for Soft Computing Research (CSCR), ISI Kolkata Co - Principal Investigator, CSCR, ISI Kolkata Co - Principal Investigator, CSCR, ISI Kolkata Machine Intelligence Unit (MIU), ISI Kolkata Machine Intelligence Unit (MIU), ISI Kolkata Machine Intelligence Unit (MIU), ISI Kolkata Associate Professor, Department of MCA, NIST, Berhampur Assistant Professor, C. R. Rao AIMSCS, Hyderabad Researcher, Centre of Excellence in Cryptology (CoEC),ISI Kolkata Topics Soft Computing Image Processing Basic Mathematics & Statistics, Pattern Recognition Bioinformatics, Neural Networks Rough-Fuzzy Sets Cognitive Vision Key Pre-distribution schemes in Network Security Basic mathematical background for Cryptology, Encryption schemes and Security notions, Signature schemes and Security notions Introduction to Cryptology, Symmetric Key Cryptography, Introduction to Cryptanalysis
27 Detailed Technical Program Day 1: Monday, 23 September, 2013 (Registration day) Opening ceremony cum registration including Welcome drinks (Coffee): 9:15 am to 10:15 am. Session 1:10:15 am to 11: 15 am Title of the talk: Introduction to Cryptology Speaker: Sourav Sen Gupta Tea Break 1:11:15 am to 11:30 am Session 2:11:30 am to 12:30 pm Title of the talk: Symmetric Key Cryptology 1 Speaker: Sourav Sen Gupta Lunch Break: 12:30 pm to 2:00 pm Session 3: 2:00 pm to 3:15 pm Title of the talk: Basic mathematical background for Cryptology Speaker: Sumit Kumar Pandey Tea Break 2: 3:15 pm to 3:30 pm Session 4: 3:30 pm to 4:45 pm Title of the talk: Symmetric Key Cryptology - 2 Speaker: Sourav Sen Gupta Day 2: Tuesday, 24 September, 2013 Session 1: 9:45 am to 11:00 am Title of the talk: Encryption schemes and Security notions Speaker: Sumit Kumar Pandey Tea Break 1: 11:00 am to 11:15 am Session 2: 11:15 am to 12:30 pm Title of the talk: Introduction to Cryptanalysis
28 Speaker: Sourav Sen Gupta Lunch Break: 12:30 pm to 2:00 pm Session 3: 2:00 pm to 3:15 pm Title of the talk: Signature schemes and Security notions Speaker: Sumit Kumar Pandey Tea Break 2: 3:15 pm to 3:30 pm Session 4: 3:30 pm to 4:45 pm Title of the talk: Key Pre-distribution schemes in Network Security Speaker: Pinaki Sarkar Day 3: Wednesday, 25 September, 2013 (Soft Computing inauguration day) Session 1:9:30 am to 11:00 am (1 hr 30 mins session; 15 mins early start) Title of the talk: Soft Computing Speaker: Sankar Kumar Pal (SKP) Tea Break 1: 11:00 am to 11:15 am(normal timing for the rest of the day) Session 2: 11:15 am to 12:30 pm(normal timing for the rest of the day) Title of the talk: Basic Mathematics & Statistics 1 Speaker: C. A. Murthy (CAM) Lunch Break: 12:30 pm to 2:00 pm Session 3: 2:00 pm to 3:15 pm Title of the talk: Basic Mathematics & Statistics 2 Speaker: C. A. Murthy (CAM) Tea Break 2: 3:15 pm to 3:30 pm Session 4: 3:30 pm to 4:45 pm Title of the talk: Pattern Recognition Speaker: C. A. Murthy (CAM) Day 4: Thursday, 26 September, 2013
29 Session 1: 9:45 am to 11:00 am Title of the talk: Pattern Recognition Speaker: C. A. Murthy (CAM) Tea Break 1: 11:00 am to 11:15 am Session 2: 11:15 am to 12:30 pm Title of the talk: Rough-Fuzzy Sets Speaker: Pradipta Maji (PM) Lunch Break: 12:30 pm to 2:00 pm Session 3: 2:00 pm to 3:15 pm Title of the talk: Rough-Fuzzy Sets Speaker: Pradipta Maji (PM) Tea Break 2: 3:15 pm to 3:30 pm Outing / Recreation Session 4: 3:30 pm till 8 pm Day 5: Friday, 27 September, 2013 Session 1: 9:00 am to 10:00 am Title of the talk: Bioinformatics & Neural Networks Speaker: Rajat Kumar De (RKD) Tea Break 1: 10:00 am to 10:15 am Session 2: 11:15 am to 11:30 pm Title of the talk: Neural Networks Speaker: Rajat Kumar De (RKD) Tea Break 2: 11:30 am to 11:45 am Session 3: 11:45 am to 12:45 pm Title of the talk: Neural Networks Speaker: Rajat Kumar De (RKD) Lunch Break: 12:30 pm to 2:00 pm Session 4: 2:00 pm to 3:15 pm
30 Title of the talk: Image Processing Speaker: Malay Kumar Kundu (MKK) Tea Break 3: 3:15 pm to 3:30 pm Session 5: 3:30 pm to 4:45 pm Title of the talk: Image Processing Speaker: Malay Kumar Kundu (MKK) Day 6: Saturday, 28 September, 2013 Session 1: 9:45 am to 11:00 am Title of the talk: Cognitive Vision Speaker: Kuntal Ghosh (KG) Tea Break 1: 11:00 am to 11:15 am Session 2: 11:15 am to 12:30 pm Title of the talk: Cognitive Vision Speaker: Kuntal Ghosh(KG) Lunch Break and Closing ceremony: 12:30 pm to 2:00 pm Normal Session Timings: Day 2, Day 4, Day5. Session 1: 9:45 am to 11:00 am; Session 2: 11:15 am to 12:30 pm; Session 3: 2:00 pm to 3:15 pm; Session 4: 3:30 pm to 4:45 pm Special days (1, 3 and 6) Session Timings: Day 1 (Registration day): Opening ceremony cum registration: 9:15 am to 10:15 am, including Welcome drinks (Coffee). Session 1: 10:15 am to 11:15 am;(15 mins delayed) Session 2: 11:30 am to 12:30 pm; (15 mins delayed) Session 3: 2:00 pm to 3:15 pm; Session 4: 3:30 pm to 4:45 pm
31 Day 3 (Soft Computing inauguration day): Session 1: 9:30 am to 11:00 am; (15 mins early) Session 2: 11:15 am to 12:30 pm; (normal timing for the rest of the day) Session 3: 2:00 pm to 3:15 pm; Session 4: 3:30 pm to 4:45 pm Day 6 (Closing ceremony day): Session 1: 9:45 am to 11:00 am Session 2: 11:15 am to 12:30 pm Valedictory Function, Closing Ceremony and concluding Lunch.
32 ANNEXURE II Workshop on Modern Trends in Soft Computing and Security Issues Sl No. Jointly organized by ISI, Kolkata and REGISTRATION Name Designation. Institute 1 Akshaya Kumar Behera Associate Professor 2 Amedapu Srinivas Resaerch Scholar APEX Institute of Technology & Management National Institute of Technology, Trichy, 3 Anand Pratap Singh Resaerch Scholar 4 Ankit Vidyarthi Research Scholar 5 Ankita Post Doctoral Fellow 6 Dheerendra Mishra Research Scholar 7 Hemant Palivela Assistant Professor 8 Madhumita Panda Assistant Professor 9 Namita mittal Assistant Professor 10 Nitish Ojha Research Scholar 11 Poonam Kshatriya Assistant Professor 12 Parimal Kumar Giri Assistant Professor Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad MNIT Jaipur Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur A C Patil College of Engineering, Mumbai Seemanta Engineering College, Baripada Malaviya National Institute of Technology, Jaipur IIIT Allahabad Banasthali University APEX Institute of Technology & Management, Bhubaneswar
33 13 Prabhat Kumar Patnaik Assistant Professor 14 Preetish Ranjan Research Scholar 15 Rajendran Krishnan SCIENTIST-C 16 Ravi Kumar Davala Research Scholar 17 Sachi Nandan Mohanty Resaerch Scholar 18 Shimpi Singh Jadon Resaerch Scholar 19 Shivjay Singh Technical Assistant 20 Suresh Dara Research Scholar 21 Suvobrata Sarkar Assistant Professor 22 Veerubhotla Bhaskara Murthy Sr. Assistant Professor 23 Vijay Kumar Yadav Research Scholar Centurion University of Technology & Management Indian Institute of Information Technology, Allahabad National Institute of Cholera & Enteric Diseases NIT ROURKELA IIT, Kharagpur ABV IIIT, Gwalior IIITM Gwalior INDIAN SCHOOL OF MINES, DHANBAD Dr. B.C Roy Engineering College, Durgapur Vignan Institute, Guntur ISM Dhanbad 24 AJAYA KUMAR SAHU Assistant Professor Vitam Berhampur 25 Chidananda Patnaik Assistant Professor Kalam Inst. of Technology 26 Mr. PINAKI BHUSAN NAYAK Assistant Professor Vitam Berhampur 27 PRADEEP KUMAR SAHOO Research Scholar Institute of Technical Education and Research 28 Sachikanta Patnaik Assistant Professor GIIT, Berhampur 29 Sarita Mohanty Assistant Professor OUAT, Bhubaneswar 30 Sumitra Ojha Assistant Professor Apex Institute of Technology & Management, Bhubaneswar 31 Tanuja Panda Assistant Professor OUAT, Bhubaneswar 32 Abhilasha Pradhan M.Tech Student 33 Arunima sambhuta Pattanayak Faculty
34 34 Ashu A Assistant Professor 35 BAIRAGI JAY KISHAN MTECH STUDENT 36 Charulata Palai Asst Prof. 37 Deepika Rani Sahu Asst. Professor 38 G Hemanta Kumar Student 39 kishore golla assistant professor 40 Madhu Sudan Kumar Lecturer 41 MANOJ KUMAR MANDAL M-TECH STUDENT,NIST 42 MONALISA MOHANTY M.TECH (CSE) 43 Pradeep Kumar Jena Associate Prof. 44 prangya paramita panda STUDENT 45 Prasant Kumar Mohanty Assistant Prof. 46 Pratibha Priyadarshani Patra Student 47 SANJUKTA MOHANTY STUDENT 48 Shom Prasad Das Asst. Professor 49 Snehasree Behera M.Tech Student 50 Soma Hazra Assistant Professor 51 Sourav Pramanik Asst. Professor 52 SRADHANJALI SABAT STUDENT 53 Sugyani Kumari Swar STUDENT 54 Tapas Kumar Bayen Assistant Professor
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