Incubated at IIT Kanpur, CRUBN was started by the researchers, engineers, and leaders who created, innovated, and adopted cutting-edge blockchain technology under the aegis of the National Blockchain Project, IIT Kanpur. CRUBN provides state-of-the-art tools and technologies exclusively designed and adapted for Indian e-governance scenarios.
This project has been funded by the National Security Council Secretariat to develop e-governance solutions using blockchain technology. The project started with feasibility study to decide the blockchain technology to use, and to outline the research and validation as well as incubation plan. This was followed by development of blockchain technology, protocols, formal validation of tamper resistance property, and prototype development. Fast forward to today, it is implementing various e-governance solutions using blockchain technology.
Tanmay graduated from IIT Kanpur in 2021. He is a goal-driven executive who offers his expertise in business administration, achieving optimal growth, profitability, networking, and strategic alliances. He became a member of the National Blockchain Project at IITK in 2019, during which he developed several blockchain POCs around e-governance. Then he co-founded CRUBN in March 2020.
Ras graduated from IIT Kanpur in 2011, and since then, he has been working in the critical infrastructure domain. He then joined Ph.D. at IIT Kanpur in Computer Science & Engineering. His interest lies in blockchain, cryptography, and privacy-preserving data-sharing frameworks. He became a member of the National Blockchain Project at IITK in 2018 and then co-founded CRUBN in March 2020.
Mukul graduated from IIT Bombay in 2017. He has been involved in various projects in the financial, e-governance, and open-source domain. He has in-depth knowledge of various blockchain platforms and is adept at software design and development. He became a member of the National Blockchain Project at IITK in 2019 and then co-founded CRUBN in March 2020.
Prof. Manindra Agrawal
Prof. Manindra Agrawal received his B. Tech(1986) and Ph.D.(1991) in Computer Science and Engineering from the IIT Kanpur. He was a fellow at the School of Mathematics, SPIC Science Foundation, Chennai (1993-95) and a Humboldt Fellow at the University of Ulm, Germany (1995-96). He joined the faculty at IIT Kanpur in 1996. He has published papers in reputed journals. He is the recipient of several international awards including the Fulkerson Prize(2006) and the Gödel Prize(2006). He also received the first Infosys Prize for Mathematics and the Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Award in Mathematical Sciences. He has been honored with Padma Shri (2013).
Prof. Sandeep K. Shukla
Prof. Sandeep K. Shukla received his B.E. from Jadavpur University(1991) and M.S.(1995) and Ph.D.(1997) both from State University of New York, at Albany. He is an IEEE Fellow and ACM Distinguished Scientist. He was the editor-in-chief of the ACM Transactions on Embedded Computing Systems(2013-20). He is currently associate editor of ACM Transactions on Cyber-Physical Systems, and Journal of the British Blockchain Association. Before joining IIT Kanpur in 2015, he was a professor at Virginia Tech, USA. He has authored over 200 peer-reviewed journal and conference papers. He was awarded the Presidential Early Career Award in Science and Engineering (PECASE) in 2004, the Bessel Award by Humboldt Foundation(2009), a Distinguished Alumnus Award by SUNY Albany (2007), and a Ramanujan Fellowship(2015).
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