Prof. Dr Vinod Patidar

Prof. Dr Vinod Patidar

Professor of Physics and Dean, Research at Sir Padampat Singhania University (SPSU) & FELA Expert Member

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About Member

Respected Prof. Vinod Patidar is a learner, teacher, and researcher having 21 years (16 years post PhD) of work experience in academic institutions in various teaching, research and administrative positions.

His research interests include bifurcation & chaos in nonlinear dynamical systems, Control & synchronisation of chaos, Cryptography using chaotic dynamical systems, Quasigroups & fractional transforms, Dynamical behaviour of q-deformed nonlinear dynamical systems and charged particle impact ionisation of atoms/ions/molecules, Robust chaos and quantification in dynamical systems. 

He was a visiting guest scientist at the Helmholtz Institute for Supercomputational Physics, University of Potsdam, Germany and the International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), Trieste, Italy in 2003 and 2005 respectively.

Prof. Patidar research papers have received more than 3700 citations in WoS/SCOPUS journals raising his individual h-index to 18 and one of his papers has also received the "MOST CITED PAPER AWARD" for Image and Vision Computing (Elsevier) journal. Four of his research papers on ‘chaos-based cryptography’ have remained in the science direct top 25 lists of most downloaded articles published in the respective journals. He has been the reviewer of research articles submitted to 30 international journals published by Elsevier Science, World Scientific, American Institute of Mathematical Sciences, American Institute of Physics and Institute of Physics Britain, Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), Springer etc.

He has also presented research papers at various international conferences held in Italy, Germany, Greece, Canada, Nepal, the UK, South Korea and Brazil. He has been awarded various research & travel fellowships /grants/awards like the DST Young Scientist Research Grant, SERB-MATRICS Grant, UGC Junior and Senior Research Fellowships, Cost Travel Fellowship, CIMPA-ICPAM Travel Grant (twice in 2004 & 2010), DST International Travel Grant (twice in 2009 & 2012), CCSTDS Travel Fellowship, NBHM Travel Grant (twice in 2010 & 2011), Faraday Bursary (Faraday Institute, University of Cambridge), ICTP (Italy) Guest Scientist Grant, ICIAM Funding (twice in 2011 & 2015), ICM-2014 Nanum Travel Grant, ICM-2018 Open Arms Grant, CSIR Travel Grant etc. Overall he has mobilised around INR 5 Million for various research-related activities.

Designation

Presently Professor of Physics and Dean, Research at Sir Padampat Singhania University (SPSU) & Expert Member - FELA Foundation

What you'll Learn

His research interests include bifurcation & chaos in nonlinear dynamical systems, Control & synchronisation of chaos, Cryptography using chaotic dynamical systems, Quasigroups & fractional transforms, Dynamical behaviour of q-deformed nonlinear dynamical systems and charged particle impact ionisation of atoms/ions/molecules, Robust chaos and chaotification in dynamical systems.

Experience

Fela Experience

Dean, Sir Padampat Singhania University

2019 - Present

Udaipur, India

Fela Experience

Professor (Physics) Sir Padampat Singhania University

Sep 2015 - Present

Udaipur, India

Fela Experience

Head, Department of Physics- Sir Padampat Singhania University

Jul 2011 - Jun 2021

Udaipur, India

Fela Experience

Associate Dean Research- Sir Padampat Singhania University

Oct 2018 - Jan 2019

Udaipur, India

Fela Experience

Professor, Sir Padampat Singhania University Associate

Sep 2011 - Aug 2015

Udaipur, India

Research Works

Color image encryption scheme based on fractional Hartley transform and chaotic substitution–permutation

2022

Color image encryption system using combination of robust chaos and chaotic order fractional Hartley transformation

2021

Crypto-watermarking of images for secure transmission over cloud

2020

Vibration and harmonic analysis of moderately thick anti-symmetric cross-ply laminated composite plate using FEM

2019

Double image encryption based on 2D discrete fractional fourier transform and piecewise nonlinear chaotic map

2018

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