Mohsen Shakiba
Assistant professor at the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering,
Jundi-Shapur University of Technology, Dezful, Iran.
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    Email: m.shakiba@jsu.ac.ir
    Telephone: (+98)61-42428000 (INT. 2138)


Academic Records
  • Ph.D. Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, Iran
  • M.Sc. Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, Iran
  • B.Sc. University of Mashhad, Mashhad, Iran
Research Interests
  • Cryptography (Analysis of symmetric ciphers)
  • Digital systems design
  • Image processing
Publications

    Journal Papers

  • Mohsen Shakiba, Mohammad Dakhilalian, Hamid Mala: Non-isomorphic biclique cryptanalysis of full-round Crypton. Computer Standards & Interfaces 41: 72-78 (2015)

  • Mohsen Shakiba, Mohammad Dakhilalian, Hamid Mala: Cryptanalysis of mCrypton-64. Int. J. Communication Systems 28(8): 1401-1418 (2015)

  • Mohsen Shakiba, Mohammad Dakhilalian, Hamid Mala: On computational complexity of impossible differential cryptanalysis. Inf. Process. Lett. 114(5): 252-255 (2014)

  • Hamid Mala, Mohammad Dakhilalian, Mohsen Shakiba: Cryptanalysis of mCrypton - A lightweight block cipher for security of RFID tags and sensors. Int. J. Communication Systems 25(4): 415-426 (2012)

  • Hamid Mala, Mohammad Dakhilalian, Mohsen Shakiba: Impossible differential cryptanalysis of reduced-round Camellia-256. IET Information Security 5(3): 129-134 (2011)

  • Hamid Mala, Mohammad Dakhilalian, Mohsen Shakiba: Impossible Differential Attacks on 13-Round CLEFIA-128. J. Comput. Sci. Technol. 26(4): 744-750 (2011)

  • Hamid Mala, Mohsen Shakiba, Mohammad Dakhilalian: New impossible differential attacks on reduced-round Crypton. Computer Standards & Interfaces 32(4): 222-227 (2010)

  • Mohsen Shakiba, Mohammad Dakhilalian, Hamid Mala: An improved impossible differential cryptanalysis of Zodiac. Journal of Systems and Software 83(4): 702-709 (2010)


  • Conference Papers

  • Hamid Mala, Mohsen Shakiba, Mohammad Dakhilalian, Ghadamali Bagherikaram: New Results on Impossible Differential Cryptanalysis of Reduced-Round Camellia-128. Selected Areas in Cryptography 2009: 281-294