Mr. Arijit Karati

Faculty, Arijit Karati - NIIT University

Faculty Name:

Mr. Arijit Karati


 Assistant Professor


Computer Science and Engineering


 Ph.D. (Thesis Submitted) [IIT(ISM), Dhanbad]
M.Sc. [PU], B.Sc. [RKMV, CU]

Teaching Field:

Cryptography, Algorithms, Data Structures

Research Areas:

Cryptographic security

Research Focus:

Identity based Encryption, Attribute Based Encryption

Other Interests:

Travelling, Cricket, Table Tennis



Information of Research Publications

Research Publication Details (From 2015 to present):

International Journals (SCI/ Non-SCI):

  1. A. Karati, S. H. Islam, G. P. Biswas, M. Z. A. Bhuiyan, P. Vijayakumar, M. Karuppiah, “Provably Secure Identity-based Signcryption Scheme for Crowdsourced Industrial Internet of Things Environments”, IEEE Internet of Things Journal, Accepted 2017, doi: 10.1109/JIOT.2017.2741580. [SCI-E]
  2. R. Amin, SKH Islam, M. K. Khan, A. Karati, D. Giri and S. Kumari, “A Two-factor RSA-based Robust Authentication System for Multi-Server Environments”, Security and Communication Networks, Accepted. 2017,doi: 10.1155/2017/5989151 [SCI-E, DBLP, SCOPUS]
  3. P. Mohit, R. Amin, A. Karati, G. P. Biswas and M. K. Khan, “A Standard Mutual Authentication Protocol for Cloud Computing Based Health Care System", Journal of Medical Systems, 41(4), 2017. [SCI-E, DBLP, SCOPUS]
  4. A. Karati and G. P. Biswas, “Efficient and Provably Secure Random Oracle-Free Adaptive Identity Based Encryption with Short-Signature Scheme", Security and Communication Networks, 9(17), pp. 4060–4074, 2016. [SCI-E, DBLP, SCOPUS]
  5. A. Karati, R. Amin and G. P. Biswas, “Provably Secure Threshold-Based ABE Scheme Without Bilinear Map", Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering, 41(8), pp. 3201–3213, 2016. [SCI-E, SCOPUS]
  6. E. Ali and A. Karati, “Digitalizing the Narratives: Structural Analysis of Far Cry 3", Rupkatha Journal, 7(1), pp. 01–11, 2015. [SCOPUS]

International Conferences:

  1. A. Karati and G. P. Biswas, “A Practical Identity Based Signcryption Scheme from Bilinear Pairing", In Proceedings of ICACCI, pp. 832–836, IEEE India, 2016 [Thomson Reuters CPCI, DBLP, SCOPUS]
  2. A. Karati and G. P. Biswas, “Cryptanalysis and Improvement of a Certificate-less Short Signature Scheme using Bilinear Pairing", In Proceedings of AICTC, ACM India, 2016
  3. R. Amin, SKH Islam, A. Karati and G. P. Biswas, “Design of an Enhanced Authentication Protocol and Its Verification using AVISPA", In Proceedings of RAIT, pp. 404–409, IEEE India, 2016.
  4. A. Gupta, P. Mohit, A. Karati, R. Amin and G. P. Biswas, “Malicious Node Detection using ID-Based Authentication Technique", In Proceedings of RAIT, pp. 398–403, IEEE India, 2016.
  5. A. Karati and G. P. Biswas, “Cryptanalysis of Zheng et al.’s Pairing-free Secure IBE Scheme", In Proceedings of ICIT, pp. 101–106, Springer India, 2016. [DBLP, SCOPUS]
  6. R. Kumar, R. Amin, A. Karati, and G. P. Biswas, “Secure Remote Login Scheme with Password and Smart Card Update Facilities", In Proceedings of FICTA, pp. 495–505, Springer India, 2016. [DBLP, SCOPUS]

Mr. Arijit Karati received his B.Sc. degree in Computer Applications from Ramakrishna Mission Vidyamandira (affiliated to University of Calcutta) in 2011, and M.Sc. in Computer Science from Pondicherry University in 2013. He has submitted his Doctoral thesis in the field of cryptographic security to Indian Institute of Technology (ISM), Dhanbad, India.He has 12 publications peer reviewed journals (indexed in SCI-E, SCOPUS, DBLP etc.) and international conferences (ACM, IEEE, Springer). He has reviewed articles in international journals like Security and Communication Networks, Information Sciences, IEEE Systems Journal, Future Generation Computer Systems, and international conferences. His research interest includes Cryptography and Information/Network Security. Besides, he is also an active member of IEEE and ACM.

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