Shashi Bhushan

Work place: Department of CSE, Chandigarh Engineering College, Landran, Mohali



Research Interests: Engineering


Dr. Shashi Bhushan did his Ph.D from NIT, Kurukshetra, India in 2015. Dr. Bhushan is presently working as a professor in department of Computer Science and Engineering at CEC, Landran since April 2011. He is having more than 18 years of academic and administrative experience. Dr. Bhushan has published more than 20 research papers in various National/International Journals of repute. He had also filed two patents under Intellectual Property Right (IPR) entitled “System and Method of Self Destructive Program on Privacy” and “Advance Server Protection Framework (ASPF)”. He had haired the technical sessions in Technical Seminars and in National/International Conferences. He had also delivered the expert lecture in various Workshops and Faculty development Program. His areas of interest are Peer to Peer Networks, Mobile Computing and Databases.

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An Enhanced Digital Image Watermarking Scheme for Medical Images using Neural Network, DWT and RSA

By Sujata Nagpal Shashi Bhushan Manish Mahajan

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Apr. 2016

Image watermarking is the process of the hiding the one image into other image for the copyright protection. The process of watermarking must be done in this way that the pixels of the original image must remain in its original HD form. A lot of work has been done in this context in previous years but some techniques have their own applications, drawbacks as well as advantages. So, this paper will utilize three techniques i.e. Discreet Wavelet Transform (DWT), Neural Network (NN) and RSA encryption for image watermarking. In the end the performance of the proposed technique will be measured on the basis of PSNR, MSE, BCR, BER and NCC in MATLAB R2010a environment.

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Enhanced Direction Based Hazard Routing Protocol for Smooth Movement of Vehicles

By Needhi Lathar Shashi Bhushan Manish Mahajan

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Feb. 2016

Vehicular Ad hoc Network involves the movement of vehicles and the communication between them for their security. VANETs have many application areas. One of main applications of VANETs is to improve the driving safety. In various safety related applications, vehicular nodes constantly communicate with roadside equipments. Road Side Units (RSUs) can sense the real time information about road conditions, animals straying and road blocks and passes all this hazardous related information to the vehicles approaching in its range. These alert messages enable the driver to take timely decisions in preventing from accidents or delays in information delivery. In this paper, Enhanced Direction based Hazard Routing Protocol and Ad Hoc On-demand Distance Vector protocols are used to avoid prevent vehicles from collision and to increase the coverage range of VANETs. These issues are resolved by bypass routing and a synchronized clock maintained with the RSUs respectively. To solve the issues and make the system more reliable we propose the roadside wireless sensor nodes along with vehicular nodes in the network. The RSUs are fixed at some distances and communicate with wireless sensors attached at vehicular nodes.

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