Dr. Mathew T. Joseph

Dr. Mathew T. Joseph

Faculty of Computer Engineering Department
mathewJoseph@mes.ac.in

Education

  • Ph.D. 1996: Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS), Pilani in Computer Science and Technology
  • M.Sc. 1982: University of Pune in Applied Mathematics
  • B.Sc. 1981: University of Pune in Applied Computer Science
  • B.Sc. 1977: University of Pune in Mathematics (Hons.)
  • M.F.M. 1991: University of Mumbai, from NMIMS, in Finance Management

Research and Consultancy

  • ASHAN ('Alphabets and Scripts by Hand and Audio, Naturally') - A Tool for Learning Scripts and Languages in Collaboration with CDAC Pune
  • Development of Cryptographic algorithms for secure communication
  • Design of new Symmetric Cryptographic systems for security in the cloud
  • Development of a new algorithm for ensuring Integrity of the information in transit
  • Accredited evaluator and assessor of Technology for Underwriters Laboratories (UBL), INC. for ISO 9000 certification, since 2002
  • Consultant Technology, Interconnected Stock Exchange, Mumbai since June 2005
  • Investars, 1997* [*Design of a Database for Analysis of Corporate Performance]

Courses

Design and Analysis of Algorithms, Advanced Computer Networks, Network Security, Software Engineering and Software Testing, Information Security, MIS, Algorithm Development and Programming, Object Oriented Methodology and Design Patterns

Important Publications

  • ASHAN ('Alphabets and Scripts by Hand and Audio, Naturally') - A Tool for Learning Scripts and Languages in: 2011 Second International Conference on Intelligent Systems, Modeling and Simulation, Mathew T. Joseph, Mahesh Kulkarni, Ajay Lohokare, Swapnil Belhe, Issue Date: January 2011, pp. 205-208 - the link: (http://www.computer.org/portal/web/csdl/abs/proceedings/isms/2011/4336/00/4336toc.htm)
  • "A New Packet Cipher to Secure IP Based Communications", in IEEE Xplore digital library (details given below) Mathew T. J., SNDT Women's University, Mumbai, India. This paper appears in: Wireless Days (WD), 2009 2nd IFIP Publication Date: 15th - 17th December, 2009 on page(s): 1 - 4 Location: Paris, France E-ISBN: 978-1-4244-5662-8 Print ISBN: 978-1-4244-5660-4 Digital Object Identifier: 10.1109/WD.2009.5449669 Date of Current Version: 15th April, 2010
  • "Participatory Evaluation, Accountability and Quality of Performance, and Quality Improvement", in 'Journal of the World Universities Forum', Vol. 3, Issue 5, June 2010
  • "Old Wine in New Bottle" – transforming a time tested procedure into a new tool for augmenting literacy and learning, The International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Vol. 6, Issue 5, August 2010, A Proof of concept is created and demonstrated in collaboration with CDAC Pune
  • 'The Design of new Symmetric Key Cryptographic Algorithm-RLR' - Reena Bhaindarkar, Ligy Varghese, Rashi Verma and Mathew T. J., Proceedings Eighth National Conference on Communications, 25th - 27th January, 2002, pp 558 – 562
  • "Design of RSRM Protocol and Analysis of Computational Complexity of RLR Algorithm for Communication over the Internet", Reena Bhaindarkar, Sandhya Suman, Reema Raghava and Mathew T. J., Proceedings of 15th International Conference on Computer Communication, (Eds. Ragavan and Mudur), ICCC Press, August 2002, pp. 1050-1060
  • "Provable Security for Communication on the Internet", Mathew T. J., Proceedings of 15th International Conference on Computer Communication, (Eds. Ragavan and Mudur), ICCC Press, August 2002, pp. 1139-1156
  • "Problem Solving, Algorithmics and Computational Complexity", Mathew T. J., Tutorial in: The Software Bulletin, - a Quarterly from NCST, Vol. 5, No. 4, October 1997, pp. 11- 20

Awards and Recognitions

  • Important Assignment: Member Advisory Committee of Deen Dayal Upadhyay Kaushal Kendra; UGC letter letter F.No.4-10/2014 (CC/Kaushal) Dated 24th November, 2015 - Nominated by the Hon. Chairman of UGC
  • Recognized Ph.D. Guide and Thesis Advisor, SNDT Women’s University, Mumbai, India
  • Elected as well as nominated Member of the Senate of the SNDT Women’s University, Mumbai, India for three consecutive terms
  • Chairman Ad hoc Board of Studies of the following Faculty: Computer Engineering, Information Technology, Mathematics, Finance Management and HR Management and member of the Academic Council
  • Chapter Sponsor, SNDT ACM Students’ Chapter from 1998 t0 2017
  • Computer Society of India (CSI) Students’ Advisor from 2005-2007 and Member Managing Committee Mumbai Chapter of CSI from 2007-09

Invited Talks and Resource Person

  • Delivered an invited talk on: 'NAAC and Academic Excellence', in St. Andrews College, Bandra Mumbai on 31st March, 2015, under Bombay Management Association (BMA), Faculty Development Programme
  • Delivered an invited talk on: 'Higher Education in India' at Cosmopolitan's Valia College during a Two day National Conference on the theme, 'Vision India: The Road Ahead' on 28th January, 2015
  • Delivered an invited talk as Resource person on 'Research Trends in IT and CS', One day Seminar organized by Valia C. L. College of Commerce & Valia L. C. College of Arts, D. N. Nagar, Andheri (West), Mumbai, India, 27th September, 2014

Visiting Assignments

  • August 2010 to March 2011 Nagindas Khandwala College of Arts, Science and Commerce, Malad - Teaching ‘S/W Testing and Information Security’, M.Sc.I.T. (Second Year)
  • July - December 2009 VJTI, Mumbai, Teaching 'Advanced Data Networks', M.Tech. (Sem I)

Social Contributions and Community Involvement

  • In January 2017, raised above INR 1,70,500 for Childline India Foundation by taking part in Mumbai Marathon completing the run in 3:01:03 – 15th January, 2017, Half - Marathon
  • In January 2016, raised INR 1,73,500 for Childline India Foundation by taking part in Mumbai Marathon completing the run in 2:41:21 - 17th January, 2016, Half - Marathon
  • In January 2015, raised INR 1,50,000 for Childline India Foundation by taking part in Mumbai Marathon completing the run in 2:42:17 - 15th January, 2015, Half - Marathon
  • In January 2014, raised INR 2,14,000 for Childline India Foundation by taking part in Mumbai Marathon completing the run in 2:37: 42, Half - Marathon
  • In January 2013, raised Rs. 1,87,250 for Childline India Foundation by taking part in Mumbai Marathon running in 2:49:51 - 18th January, 2013, Half - Marathon
  • Member National Society for Clean Cities India (NSCCI) and helped NSCCI to set up its Computer Centre and to design a course for the low-income group women to become computer literate and thus to earn a livelihood
  • Supported Gujarat Research Society to set up a computer centre for conducting socially useful computer courses and is presently a member of the technical advisory committee of GRS

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