November 29, 2021

PhD on Recognition of Animated Text-Based CAPTCHA

KHAIRPUR: PhD research scholar Syed Safdar Ali Shah defended his research work at Shah Abdul Latif University, Khairpur on the topic A Framework for the Recognition of Animated Text-Based CAPTCHAS using Contemporary Approaches.

The PhD Open Defense Seminar was held in the Department of Computer Science, Shah the university, presided over by the Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Khalil Ahmed Ibupoto.

Researcher Syed Safdar Ali Shah briefed the seminar about his research work and said that in order to safeguard website from unauthorized access, various security schemes were introduced and implemented currently. CAPTCHAS are the most popular and widely used scheme on the internet. In variety of designs, which includes text, image, audio and video based CAPTCHAS.

Prof. Dr. Khalil Ahmed Ibupoto, Vice Chancellor speaking on the occasion said, in the short span of time during my tenure as Vice Chancellor, tremendous, significant and wide spread growth of research culture has emerged.

Prof. Dr. Mumtaz Hussain Mahar, Dean Faculty of Physical Sciences apprised the participants regarding the academic and research development of the Faculty of Physical Sciences.

Dr. Riaz Ahmed Shaikh, Research supervisor and Dr. Rafaqat Hussain Ariaz, Co-Supervisor shed light on the research work presented by the scholar. They said the work is according to the need of the time and will benefit the community.

The external experts Prof. Dr. Zahid Hussain Abro, Dean Faculty of Sciences, Quaid-e-Awam University of Engineering, Sciences & Technology, Nawabshah and Dr. Sajjad Hussain Talpur Associate Professor, Information Technology Centre, Sindh Agriculture University, Tandojam also shared their views on the topic.

Prof. Dr. Noor Ahmed Shaikh, Chairman, Department of Computer Science, Prof. Dr. Mushtaque Ahmed Jakhrani, Prof. Dr. Samina Rajpar, Prof. Dr. Javed Ahmed Mahar, Mr. Abdul Wahid Shaikh, Prof. Deedar Ali Jamro and a large number of teachers and research scholars attended the open defense seminar.