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Dr K C Gouda awarded "Indo Australia Early and Mid-Career Researchers Fellowship Programme 2016 -2017 "

The Indian National Science Academy (INSA) has awarded Dr K C Gouda the Indo Australia Early and Mid-Career Researchers Fellowship Programme 2016 -2017 for conducting advanced research on the project titled "Evaluation of conformal cubic atmospheric model (CCAM) for the regional climate simulation over India" for a duration of 4 months at the CSIRO, Australia.

Best posters award at India International Science Festival (IISF) 2016

Poster on “Cyber Security Dynamics Inference: A Data Driven Approach” from CSIR-4PI by V Anil Kumar, Sujata Patnaik and Chinmaya Mohini received the best poster award under Digital India theme of Indian International Science Festival (IISF) -2016.

Poster on “A Novel Approach Based on Neural Cryptography to Achieve Enhanced Data Security and Integrity Simultaneously” from CSIR-4PI by G K Patra, Ganeshan P and Arpitha P” received the second best poster award under Digital India theme of Indian International Science Festival (IISF) -2016.

Dr. V Senthilkumar Received Distinguished Alumni Award for Excellence in Academic/Research

Dr. V Senthilkumar, Senior Scientist, CSIR-4PI received the distinguished alumni award for excellence in academic/research for 2016 by National Institute of Technology Tiruchirappalli (NITT), Tamilnadu.

 

WIPO Patent Abstract and International report on METHOD AND DEVICE FOR DETECTING A MALICIOUS SCTP RECEIVER TERMINAL

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World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Publishes Patent of Council of Scientific & Industrial Research for Method and Device for Detecting a Malicious Sctp Receiver Terminal

GENEVA, Aug. 17 -- Publication No. WO/2015/118553 was published on Aug. 13.

Title of the invention: "METHOD AND DEVICE FOR DETECTING A MALICIOUS SCTP RECEIVER TERMINAL."

Applicants: COUNCIL OF SCIENTIFIC & INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH (IN).

Inventors: Anil Kumar Vengalil (IN) and Das Debabrata (IN).

According to the abstract* posted by the World Intellectual Property Organization: "A method and a device are provided for categorizing a Stream Control Transmission Protocol (SCTP) receiver terminal (120) as a malicious SCTP receiver terminal, which generates spoofed optimistic SCTP selective acknowledgement (SACK) packet for exploiting a SCTP transmitter terminal as a flood source for Denial-of-Service attacks.

 

Source: http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1P3-3779242081.html

V Senthilkumar received IEI Young Engineers Award in Aerospace Engg 2014-15

The ‘IEI Young Engineers Award’ in Aerospace Engineering Division for the year 2014-15 was presented to Dr Ashoke De, Assistant Professor, Dept of Aerospace Engineering, IIT Kanpur, V Senthilkumar, Sr Scientist, Computational Mechanics Group, CSIR Fourth Paradigm Institute, Bangalore, Karnataka and Mr Vivek Dadu, Sr Manager (Design), Aerospace Systems and Equipments Research and Development Centre, Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd, Korwa, UP.

Source: https://www.ieindia.org/RecentActivity.aspx?Event_Id=1163

Like weather, diseases can now be forecast

Source: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/bengaluru/Like-weather-diseases-can-now-be-forecast/articleshow/45301614.cms

Bengaluru: Imagine a world where people don't fall ill, as the likely onset of the disease has been forecast. Too good to be true?

Scientists at CSIR Fourth Paradigm Institute (C-MMACS), Bangalore, who work on discoveries in various fields, are introducing a weather-forecast module soon. This high-resolution module promises to predict diseases likely to come up in future, well in advance. Currently in the validation stage, scientists want to scale up the module before introducing it nationally.

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Celebration of International Open Access Week Theme: OPEN ACCESS: REDEFINING IMPACT

Celebration of International Open Access Week Theme: OPEN ACCESS: REDEFINING IMPACT click here

Optimisation of big data movement needed: Kalam

Express News Service - BANGALORE Reports: A vast quantity of data is being generated all over the world. Even as we read this, people are updating their Facebook and Twitter profiles, satellites are imaging the universe, computers are sequencing genes in laboratories and machines are recording results of experiments. What do we do with all this Big Data?

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Social media behind data explosion: Kalam

DNA reports:Former president APJ Abdul Kalam said social networking sites like twitter and Facebook are responsible for the biggest data explosion in the 21st century. He was speaking at the international conference on computational and data intensive science and Silver Jubilee Foundation Day celebrations of CSIR Fourth Paradigm Institute on Monday, where he was the chief guest.

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