Bremananth Ramachandran
Assoc. Prof. Dr. R. Bremananth has received Ph.D. degree in 2008 from Computer Science and Engineering Department, PSG College of Technology, Anna University, Chennai, India. He has completed his Post-doctoral Research Fellowship (PDF) from the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Information Engineering (Div.), Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore, in 2011. Before joining NTU, Singapore, he was a Professor and Head, Department of Computer Science and Applications, in India. He has totally 22 years’ experience in teaching, research and software development at various institutions. Currently, he is an Associate Professor for Information Technology, IST department, Sur University College, Sur, Oman, affiliated to Bond University Australia. He is an associate editor of various International Journals in USA and He is an active reviewer of various IEEE, IET Journals, Transactions and Conferences. His fields of research are Artificial Intelligence, Acoustic imaging, Biometrics, Computer vision, Computer network, Data structures, Human computer interaction, Image processing, Microprocessors, Multimedia, Pattern recognition, Software engineering, and Soft computing.
Dr. Bremananth received the M N Saha Memorial award for the Best Application Oriented paper in the year 2006 by Institute of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers (IETE). His continuous contribution of research was recognized by Who’s who in the world, USA and his biography was published in the year 2006. He is a member of Indian society of Technical Education (ISTE), Advanced Computing Society (ACS), International Association of Computer Science and Information Technology (IACIT) and Institute of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers (IETE). 
Abstract: "An efficient Approach of e-Iris Enrolling and Authentication for FS e-Apps"
E-Enrolling and authentication is an essential task for any kind of e-apps (e-applications). In this paper, a frame work has been proposed on how to provide the e-enrolling and authentication for Financial Sector (FS) e-apps. E-iris and e-imaging security in the exiting official communication is an essential and challenging task in the present scenario. We suggest a method of e-imaging and feature extraction and provide e-authentication. A proposed frame work consists of e-enrolling related issues, e-authentication, cryptography for authenticating e-users, and e-iris sign in FS. Unlike other biometrics such as the fingerprint, palm, gait, retina, face, eras, and lips, the iris biometric is the best choice for deploying with the exiting e-apps. Because, an iris has many distinctive textures which are aptly computed and discriminated diverse e-users. In the e-enrolling, e-user has to enroll iris features through a Java run time (JRE) interface. A sequence of algorithm has been performed to localize e-user’s iris and extract features. On successful enrolment, e-user can access FS e-apps based on the diverse level of options. Unlike traditional e-apps, e-iris system can provide more secure communication and avoiding multiple verifications. As result computational complexity of existing e-apps has been reduced by developing e-iris frame work. In addition, iris patterns of both eyes are chaotically distributed and well-matched to grant authentication to the genuine e-users throughout their lifetime with a single enlistment.  In this frame work, we suggest e-imaging phase, e-authentication, cryptography tunneling, recover procedures, and deployment of e-iris system with existing FS e-apps. The proposed frame work has been implemented in JRE and tested with diverse kind of e-users in different real-life scenarios. This paper also includes some of implementation issues of e-iris system in the e-apps.