Nilupulee Gunathilake

nilupulee gunathilake

Eng. Nilupulee Gunathilake

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Nilupulee A. Gunathilake is a doctoral researcher of Blockpass ID Lab in the School of Computing at Edinburgh Napier University, UK. She is a multi-disciplinary researcher who is currently engaged in lightweight cryptography for IoT devices. Her mainstream towards the PhD completion targets side-channel analysis of lightweight ciphers. Nilupulee had previously involved in research in communication engineering related areas; free-space optics (FSO), vehicular communication and microwave propagation. She graduated in MSc (Smart Networks) at the University of the West of Scotland, UK in 2017. Nilupulee obtained a PgDip (Telecommunication and Electronic Engineering), Sheffield Hallam University, UK in 2016 as well as her first degree, BEng (Hons) in Electronics and Communications Engineering, University of Wolverhampton, UK in 2013. She also holds professional qualifications in project management and international spoken English language ESOL. Nilupulee has been involved in academia for over five years and is the first author of five international conference papers. She was a Lecturer in the Faculty of Engineering at Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology (SLIIT) in 2018 and an Assistant Lecturer (Grade 1) at International College of Business and Technology (ICBT), Sri Lanka in 2015. She worked as a Research Assistant in the Department of Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering at the University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka in 2016. Nilupulee was offered a PhD scholarship by Edinburgh Napier University in 2018, the Dean’s Scholarship by the University of the West of Scotland in 2016 and research grants by the University of Moratuwa in 2015. She was awarded “the University Court Medal” for the best academic excellence of the MSc program.

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Electromagnetic Analysis of an Ultra-Lightweight Cipher: PRESENT

Conference Proceeding
Gunathilake, N. A., Al-Dubai, A., Buchanan, W. J., & Lo, O. (2021)
Electromagnetic Analysis of an Ultra-Lightweight Cipher: PRESENT. In 10th International Conference on Cryptography and Information Security (CRYPIS 2021) (185-205
Side-channel attacks are an unpredictable risk factor in cryptography. Therefore, continuous observations of physical leakages are essential to minimise vulnerabilities associ...

Internet of Things: Concept, Implementation and Challenges

Conference Proceeding
Gunathilake, N. A., Al-Dubai, A., & Buchanan, W. J. (in press)
Internet of Things: Concept, Implementation and Challenges. In International Conference on IoT and its Applications (ICIA) 2020
Through the technical advancements over five generations, today's digital communication has become much smarter, more intelligent and punctual. This causes a massive amount of...

Recent Advances and Trends in Lightweight Cryptography for IoT Security

Conference Proceeding
Gunathilake, N. A., Al-Dubai, A., & Buchanan, W. J. (2020)
Recent Advances and Trends in Lightweight Cryptography for IoT Security. https://doi.org/10.23919/cnsm50824.2020.9269083
Lightweight cryptography is a novel diversion from conventional cryptography to minimise its high level of resource requirements, thus it would impeccably fit in the internet-...

Next Generation Lightweight Cryptography for Smart IoT Devices: Implementation, Challenges and Applications

Conference Proceeding
Gunathilake, N. A., Buchanan, W. J., & Asif, R. (2019)
Next Generation Lightweight Cryptography for Smart IoT Devices: Implementation, Challenges and Applications. https://doi.org/10.1109/WF-IoT.2019.8767250
High/ultra-high speed data connections are currently being developed, and by the year 2020, it is expected that the 5th generation networking (5GN) should be much smarter. It ...

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