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Mrs. Smita Agrawal

Electronics and Communication


Mrs. Smita Agrawal

Assistant Professor

Mrs. Smita Agrawal

Mrs. Smita Agrawal is working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering at Jyothy Institute of Technology, Bangalore. She graduated in Electronics & Communication Engineering from Uttar Pradesh Technical University and completed her M.Tech from Visvesvaraya Technological University. She is pursuing her Ph.D. from CIIRC with her research area being network security. Her research interests are in the field of cryptography, computer networks, Artificial Intelligence and Internet of things. She has 10 years of rich teaching and research experience. She has guided various projects at under graduate engineering level and has several research papers to her credit in national and international conferences.

    Computer Network, Cyber Security, Ethical Hacking, Cryptography, Internet of Things

Membership of the International Association of Engineers (IAENG)

NPTEL course on Cryptography and Network Security

NPTEL course on Computer Network and Internet Protocol

NPTEL course on Demystifying Networking

NPTEL course on Programming in Python

Simplilearn Master’s program on Cyber Security Expert

Simplilearn course on Introduction to Cyber Security

Infosys springboard course on Fundamentals of Information Security

Infosys springboard course on Networking and Web Technology

Ethical Hacking from One Bytes Labs

Paper Presentations in International/National Conferences

International Conference: ICRCSIT-20 (St. Martin’s Engineering College, Telangana), titled as “Applications of Chaotic Maps in Image Encryption for Securing WSN”.

International Conference: IACESD 2023 (Jyothy Institute of Technology, Bangalore), titled as “IOT Based Patrolling Robot for Construction Sites”.

National Conference: JyothyNCon 2020 (Jyothy Institute of Technology, Bangalore), titled as “Security Concerns and Role Of Nonlinear Cryptographic Approaches For WSN Based Healthcare Systems”.