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Dr. Muhammad Ashraf
Associate Professor
Department of Avionics Engineering

National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST)
College of Aeronautical Engineering, PAF Academy, Risalpur
Tel : 0323-8855233

Electronics Warfare, Embedded System Programming, Avionics Systems, Electrical Power Supplies , General Electronics, Information Security, Cryptology

PhD (Cryptology), Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey ,MS (Information Security), Military College of Signals, NUST, Pakistan, BE (Avionics Engineering), College of Aeronautical Engineering, NUST,Pakistan

  • ​​Design and Development of Intercom Exchange
  • Design and Development of Chaff and Flare Dispensing System
  • Communication Jammer
  • Digital Water Marking
  • Public Key Cryptographic Algorithms
  • Secure Mobile Communication
  • Information Security Systems



1.                  “Exploiting silence for cipher text only cryptanalysis of stream cipher digitized voice”. International Conference on Security and Management LasVegas Nevada USA 25 – 28 June 2007.


2.                  “Efficient Implementation of 2D-DWT by purging Read After Write dependency for high speed applications”. International Conference on Emerging Technologies 2007, Islamabad, Pakistan 13-14 November 2007.


3.                  M. Ashraf, B.B. Kirlar, “Compressed Data Public Key Cryptosystems with DLP over Extension Fields”. ISCTurkey 2012. 



1.                  M. Ashraf, B.B. Kirlar, “Alternate Models of Elliptic Curves”. International Journal of Information Science 2012, Vol. 1 No 2.


2. Ersan Akyildiz, “An overview of trace based public key cryptography over finite fields”.  Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, Vol 259, Part B, 2014, p599-621.


3.                  M. Ashraf, B.B. Kirlar, “Message transmission for GH Public Key Cryptosystem”. Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, Vol 259, Part B, 2014, p578-585.


  • Operational Amplifier Circuit Design
  • Electrical Circuits and Machines
  • Advanced Topics in Electronics
  • Normal Basis for Cryptology
  • Applied Cryptography
  • Cryptanalysis
  • Avionics System Design
  • Digital Systems Logic Design Devices