Security Research at IPCAS Lab
Cryptography and Network/Communications Security Developments in the computer and communication technology have brought a new dimension to the Information Age. Real-time exchange of information regardless of location and distance has greatly increased both the pace of business and the number of ways in which we communicate. The widespread availability and transmission of such information demands new approaches in cryptography. The objective is to build secure and reliable networks out of less secure and less reliable resource constrained devices. Our work spans the range from theoretical cryptography to applications; including significant research efforts in development of new cryptographic primitives, cryptanalysis, and applications from wireless and ad-hoc (sensor) networks to delay-tolerant (DTN) and space-time networks.