Dr. Govindha Yeluripati holds a PhD in Computer Science and MTech in Computer Science from Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Hyderabad (JNTUH), India, and BE in Mechanical Engineering from Andhra University (AU), India. He has an International PG Certificate in Academic Practice from Lancaster University (LU), UK.
Govindha is an ambitious academic having over 22 years of experience at various engineering colleges and universities in India, Ethiopia, Somaliland and currently at LU Ghana. He started his career as a Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering. Soon after obtaining his MTech in Computer Science, he was elevated as Assistant Professor and Head of the IT department. He continued his career to reach the Associate Professor of Computer Science cadre and Principal at Aurora’s Research and Technological Institute (ARTI), India. He also served as Director of Aurora’s Technological and Research Institute (ATRI), a sister concern of ARTI. During his service in these academic and administrative roles, Govindha had immensely contributed to institution management, academic planning, programme accreditation, research, project supervision, teaching and evaluation.
Throughout his overall experience in teaching and research, Dr. Govindha taught several core and advanced computer science courses such as Data structures and algorithms, Programming in C, C++, Java, Python and Erlang, Operating systems, Formal languages and Automata Theory, Compiler Design, Principles of Programming Languages, Distributed Systems, Database Management Systems, Software Engineering, Information Security and Cryptography, to students from diverse cultural backgrounds. Dr. Govindha’s research interests include encrypted data processing (Cryptography), Blockchain technology and Cybersecurity. He was a Research Associate in a project funded by the Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DEIT), Govt. of India. He made significant contributions in developing two new variants of the integer-based homomorphic encryption schemes. As an application of the new public key encryption scheme proposed, he had demonstrated a remote data integrity verification protocol suitable for the cloud computing paradigm. He has practical knowledge of cloud computing and virtualization technologies such as Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google’s Cloud platform, Manjrasoft’s Aneka, Xen Hypervisor, Oracle Virtual Box, and the Ethereum Blockchain platform. Govindha is a professional member of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the IEEE Computer Society, and is a Life Member of Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE). He is a reviewer of several computing journals and is a resource person and member of technical committees of various international conferences.
Advanced Cryptographic Techniques for Secure Cloud Computing – 2016
Modules: Computer Science
- GHSCC110 Software Development
- GHSCC210 Computer Science Group Project
- GHSCC212 Advanced Programming
- GHSCC300 Final Year Project
- GHSCC312 Languages & Compilation
- GHSCC360 Computer Science Seminars