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Webinar on “Indigenous 5G Security testbed at IIT Delhi” (September 24, 2021: Online)

September 24 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

TSDSI and IIT Delhi are jointly organizing a Webinar on “Indigenous 5G Security Testbed at IIT Delhi” scheduled to be held on 24th September 2021 at 0900 to 1300 IST. A research project titled “Building an end to end 5G Testbed” is being executed as a multi-institute collaborative project with participation from eight institutes- IIT Bombay, IIT Delhi, IIT Hyderabad, IIT Madras, IIT Kanpur, IISc Bangalore, CEWiT and SAMEER. Each one will be contributing to the testbed in a complementary manner based on the expertise and interest of each institute.

Testbed Initiative at IIT Delhi: With the world racing towards 5th generation broadband wireless technologies on all fronts, it is a crucial phase for telecom R&D and product development in India, considered one of the three largest telecom markets of the world. 5G Research and Standardization is reaching its global peak, and technology demonstration and testbeds have started gaining momentum. With a number of Government initiatives such as smart cities, Digital India and BharatNet depending heavily on the communication infrastructure, early leads by India in 5G technology development and deployments are very crucial to the country. It is also a golden opportunity to close the gap in telecom manufacturing in the country. Faculty and research scholars at IIT Delhi are developing innovative solutions in areas of i) Energy Harvesting in IoT systems; ii) Security; iii) Light Fidelity; iv) Cost Effective Air pollution monitoring system; v) Multi Access Edge Computing with Haptics application; vi) Selective Algorithms in MIMO. The developed components (both hardware and software) will be connecting on wireless Heterogeneous protocols, showcasing smart campus solutions.

Schedule: 24 September 2021, 0900 – 1300 IST

Venue: Online

Participation: Open to all by prior registration. Click here to register.

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Program Schedule:

Session Title Start Time End Time Session Details
Inaugural Session 09:00 09:15 Opening Address by Prof. Huzur Saran

Professor, Department of Computer Science & Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi; PI of the Project “Building an end to end 5G Testbed” in IIT Delhi

09:15 9:30 Keynote by Prof. Brejesh Lall,

Professor, Electrical Engineering Department, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi; Co-PI of the Project “Building an end to end 5G Testbed” in IIT Delhi

Expert Talk #1:

Overview of TSDSI

09:30 10:00 Mr. Prashant Chugh

Group Leader, Centre for Development of Telematics (C-DOT)

Expert Talk #2:

Security: Overview

10:00 10:30 Prof Harshan Jagadeesh

Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi

Expert Talks #3




Authentication Protocols

(by Manish Bansal)

10:30 to 12:30 Testbed demonstration by Mr. Rohit Joshi and Mr. Manish Bansal, research scholars of IIT Delhi
10:30 11:00 Are you curious about or do you wonder:-

1.      How do our mobiles authenticate with the Base Station?

2.      How does a Wi-Fi router authenticate a legitimate user?

This demonstration provides firsthand collation and description of state-of-the-art details on 5G and Wi-Fi security architecture in a simple and unified manner.


Key Management in Next-Generation Networks

(by Rohit Joshi)

11:00 11:45 In this demo, we will explore multiple ways to achieve confidentiality in next-generation networks. We will answer some interesting questions on how to secure the communication when using resource-constrained and computationally-limited devices.

Network Security

for Low-latency Applications

(by Manish Bansal)

11:45 12:30 As a potential use-case of 5G networks we address network security issues in low-latency applications such as vehicular networks. Specifically, we ask,

1.      How to secure vehicular networks?

2.      How does the core network track information flow in the vehicular networks?

Q&A session 12:30 13:00


September 24
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
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