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Dr. Atul Pandey

Assistant Professor

Dr. Atul Pandey has completed his B.Sc. (H) and M.Sc. in Mathematics from University of Delhi, India. He has been awarded his PhD in Mathematics from University of Delhi. He has qualified NET, JRF and GATE in mathematics. He has total experience of 1 year of teaching Mathematics and has been associated with Galgotias University (School of Basic and Applied Sciences) as an Assistant Professor since August, 2022. 

He is a hardworking, dedicated and quick learner with an inherent thirst for knowledge and a passion for teaching. He is technically sound and well-organized math educator with excellent verbal and written communication skills, strong organizational skills with leadership qualities to teach, motivate inspire and develop young students.


  • 1 year of teaching experience and 5.5 years of research experience during the Ph.D.


  • Ph.D. Mathematics, University of Delhi (2016-2022)
  • M.Sc. Mathematics, University of Delhi (2013-2015)
  • B.Sc. Mathematics, University of Delhi (2010-2013)


He has presented Research papers in various National and International conferences. He more published 5 research articles in reputed national and international journals.

  • Indivar Gupta, Atul Pandey and Manish Kant Dubey: A key exchange protocol using matrices over group ring, Asian-European Journal of Mathematics, 12(5) 1950075 (13 pages) (2019).
  • Atul Pandey and Indivar Gupta: A new undeniable signature scheme on general linear group over group ring, Journal of Discrete Mathematical Sciences and Cryptography (2020). DOI:
  • Atul Pandey, Indivar Gupta and Dhiraj Kumar Singh: Improved cryptanalysis of a ElGamal Cryptosystem Based on Matrices Over Group Rings, Journal of Mathematical Cryptology, 15(1), 266-279 (2021).
  • Gupta and Dhiraj Kumar Singh: On the security of DLCSP over GLn (Fq [Sr]), Applicable Algebra in Engineering, Communication and Computing, (2021). DOI:
  • Gupta, I., Pandey, A., & Singh, D. (2022). Simple and Efficient Group Key Distribution Protocol using Matrices. Defence Science Journal, 72(5), 703-711.

Area of Interest

  • Algebra
  • Cryptography

Other Achievements 

  • CSIR UGC-NET+ JRF (Mathematical Sciences)
  • CSIR-UGC – JRF Fellowship (2017-2019)
  • CSIR-UGC – SRF Fellowship (2019-2021)