National Institute Of Technology,Kurukshetra

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS&COMMUNICATION ENGG.

Faculty

Name : Dheeraj Kumar Sharma
Designation : Assistant Professor
Qualification : Ph.D (Pursuing) from NIT Kurukshetra M.Tech (Communication Systems) from IIT Roorkee B.Tech (Electronics) from Aligarh Muslim University
Current Address :
Phone 1 (office) : 7206435934
Phone 2 (office) :
Email : sharma986dheeraj@nitkkr.ac.in, sharma986dheeraj@gmail.com

Area Of Intrest :

Cryptology, Boolean Functions, Digital Signal Processing

Experience :


Teaching: 5 years 8 months

Industrial: 1.5 years

Other :

Academic Achievements:

  1. Guided 2 M.Tech Thesis and 1 ongoing.
  2. Guided 3 B.Tech Projects.
  3. Time Table I/C from 02.05.2015 to 01.05.2016.
  4. Organised a Short Term Course on “Engineering Optimisation Methods(Analytical Models)-2015” from 23-09-2015 to 27-09-2015 in Electronics and Communication Engineering Department at NIT Kurukshetra.
  5. Attended the “National Workshop on Cryptography(NWC-2015)” during December 14-20, 2015 at LNMIIT Jaipur. 
  6. Attended one week short term training program on “Advanced Engineering Optimization through Intelligent Techniques” during September 22-26, 2014 at SVNIT, Surat.

 

Administrative Achievements:

  1. Performed duty of Presiding Officer in Lok Sabha Election, Haryana in 2014.
  2. Performed duty of Presiding Officer in Municipal Corporation Election, Thanesar in 2016.

List of Publications:

  1. Renu Rawal, Dheeraj Kumar Sharma, “Study of cryptographic properties of Boolean function for cryptosystems”, International conference on Telecommunication Technology & Management(ICTTM 2015) at IIT Delhi, April 2015.
  2. Renu Rawal, Dheeraj Kumar Sharma, “Generation of Highly Nonlinear Boolean Function with Maximum Algebraic Degree”, International conference on “Innovative Research in Soft-computing, E-Learning, Information & Communication Technology” (IRSEICT– 2015) at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, April 2015.
  3. Bharti, Dheeraj Kumar Sharma, “Searching Boolean Function using Simulated Annealing and Hill Climbing Optimization Techniques”, IEEE International Conference on Advanced Communication Control and Computing Technologies (ICACCCT’16) at Syed Ammal Engineering College, Ramanathapuram, May 2016.
  4. Kanchan Verma, Dheeraj Kumar Sharma, “New constructions of Boolean functions using cyclotomic cosets”, IEEE International Conference on Emerging Trends in Communication Technologies(ETCT) at Graphic Era University, Dehradoon, November 2016.