Awnon Bhowmik

Awnon Bhowmik
University of Central Florida | UCF · Department of Mathematics

Doctor of Philosophy
Currently working on building novel and effective hybrid cryptosystems

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Introduction
Currently a graduate student majoring in mathematics. Research interests involve cryptography, number theory, fractal geometry, and mathematical modeling.
Additional affiliations
September 2019 - present
City University of New York - York College
Position
  • College Assistant
Description
  • Computer lab assistant
September 2017 - August 2019
City University of New York - Borough of Manhattan Community College
Position
  • Adjunct CLT
Description
  • Use of the mathematical software Maple, to teach calculus I and II.
March 2014 - May 2020
City University of New York - Borough of Manhattan Community College
Position
  • College Assistant
Description
  • Mathematics tutor
Education
August 2020 - August 2022
City College of New York
Field of study
  • Mathematics
February 2018 - January 2020
City University of New York - York College
Field of study
  • Mathematics and Computer Science
February 2014 - August 2015

Publications

Publications (7)
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In recent years cyber-attacks are continuously developing. This means that hackers can find their way around the traditional cryptosystems. This calls for new and more secure cryptosystems to take their place. This paper outlines a new cryptosystem based on the dragon curve fractal. The security level of this scheme is based on multiple private key...
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NTRU is an open-source public key cryptosystem that uses lattice-based cryptography to encrypt and decrypt data. Unlike other popular public-key cryptosystems, it is resistant to attacks using Shor's Algorithm and its performance has been shown to be significantly greater. This paper talks about how Koblitz encoding from Elliptic Curve Cryptography...
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As mathematical theory has evolved and computing capabilities have improved, what initially seemed to be adequately difficult trapdoor functions, were deemed not to be later. In this paper, a new block-encryption scheme named Modern Encryption Standard (MES) is proposed based on the multiple concepts arising from number theory for a highly secure a...
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In recent years, a lot of research has gone into creating multi-layer chaotic mapping-based cryptosystems. Random-like behavior, a continuous broadband power spectrum, and a weak baseline condition dependency are all characteristics of chaotic systems. Chaos could be helpful in the three functional components of compression, encryption, and modulat...
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Owing to mathematical theory and computational power evolution, modern cryptosystems demand ingenious trapdoor functions as their foundation to extend the gap between an enthusiastic interceptor and sensitive information. This paper introduces an adaptive block encryption scheme. This system is based on product, exponent, and modulo operation on a...
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This paper outlines an encoding schematic that is dependent on simple Cartesian coordinate transformations. Namely, the change of axes and the rotation of axes. A combination of these two is incorporated after turning singular ASCII values into 2D points. This system is based on multiple private keys that can also act as a potential candidate for t...
Preprint
In recent years cyber-attacks are continuously developing. This means that hackers can find their way around the traditional cryptosystems. This calls for new and more secure cryptosystems to take their place. This paper outlines a new cryptosystem based on the dragon curve fractal. The security level of this scheme is based on multiple private key...

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