Atlanta Metropolitan State College
Kashi Neupane earned his Ph.D. in 2012 from Florida Atlantic University, under the supervision of Rainer Steinwandt. Before joining Atlanta Metropolitan State College, he was a Graduate student at Florida Atlantic University.
Cryptography and Information Security, Provable Security, Key Establishment Protocols, and Pairing-based cryptography.
- K. Neupane, 2-party key establishment: From passive to active security without introducing new assumptions. Groups, Complexity and Cryptology, page 1--17, Volume 4, issue 1, 2012
- K. Neupane, R. Steinwandt and A. Suarez Corona, Scalable Deniable Group Key Establishment.
Foundations and Practice of Security --FPS 2012, volume 7743 of Lecture Notes in Computer Sciences, page 68--76, Springer 2012.
- K. Neupane, R. Steinwandt and A. Suarez Corona, Group key establishment: adding forward secrecy at the cost of one round. International Conference on Cryptology and Network Security -- CANS 2012, volume 7712 of Lecture Notes in Computer Sciences, page 158--168, Springer 2012.
- K. Neupane and R. Steinwandt, Communication-efficient 2-round group key establishment from pairings. Advances in Cryptology--CT-RSA 2011, volume 6558 of Lecture Notes in Computer Sciences, page 65-- 76, Springer 2011.
- 5) K. Neupane and R. Steinwandt, Server-assisted long-term secure 3-party key establishment. Proceedings of the International Conference on Security and Cryptography-- SECRYPT 2010, July 26-28, 2010, Athens, Greece, pp 372--378.
- W. Gao, K. Neupane and R. Steinwandt "Tuning a two-round group key agreement" International Journal of Information Security (accepted, to appear).
Kashi Neupane, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Mathematics
B.S., Tribhuvan University (Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry)
M.S., Tribhuvan University (Mathematics)
M.S., Florida Atlantic University
Ph.D., Florida Atlantic University (Mathematics)
Department of Mathematics
Metropolitan State College
1630 Metropolitan Parkway
Atlanta, GA 30310
Office - 174 Science Lecture Building