Aha! Cryptography!!

We had another talk today by Prof. Pandu Rangan of IIT Madras (I dont know why I dont like to use ‘Chennai’). The talk was a one hour session and was really great. The topic of discussion was “Aha! Cryptography!”.

This man carry a lot of energy with him and has a lot of funny examples with him which actually convey the message and make students laugh.

The session was really good. I will stop with the first 2 sentences by Dr. Pandu Rangan today.

“They actually forgot to mention the most important part of my biodata. I am happily married to Sujatha and father of 2 girls”

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9 Responses to Aha! Cryptography!!

  1. Priya says:

    I’ve heard chettan telling about this Pandurangan sir..
    I guess..you are enjoying life in NITC.

  2. Njan says:

    Hmmm CPR!! :)

    And it is still IIT Madras, Chennai (The name contains Madras :) .. but the institute is located in Chennai ;) ) – You might want to cross check.

  3. Vivek says:

    @Priya

    Yes, the same Pandu Rangan Sir… And life here is good but not as much as that of GEC.. :)

    @Njan

    :) .. That’s right!

  4. Chirax says:

    That’s brilliant, so when are you planning to leave, I mean finish engineering ?

  5. Vivek says:

    @ Chirax..

    It is infact “Miles to go before I sleep”..

    lemme atleast cover some metres.. :)

  6. Chirax says:

    Dude lets interview Dinesh.

  7. Vivek says:

    @ Chirax

    Dude.. Actually you can make a better interview witrh dineshettan.. please make a guest post in my blog.. :)

  8. Vayanakkaran... says:

    If you have miles to go before you sleep… why don’t you do the measurement in yards… rather than metres?

  9. Vivek says:

    @ Vayanakkaran…

    Hehe.. Actually i thought of changing it to km’s when i wrote metres (‘yard’ didn’t come to my mind) but then i thought it would be left unnoticed.. :P

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