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My primary area of research is Algebraic Coding Theory. I received my PhD
from The Ohio State University.
Here is the abstract of my PhD thesis from OSU web site.
My PhD advisor was Prof. Dijen Ray-Chaudhuri , the letter "C" in BCH codes refers to him.
Here are some coding theorists
My areas of interest are:
Algebraic Coding Theory
N. Aydin, J. Murphree*
T. Abualrub, I. Siap and N. Aydin,
N. Aydin, S. Karadeniz, and B. Yildiz,
T. Abualrub, N. Aydin, and P. Seneviratne,
I. Siap, T. Abualrub, N. Aydin, and P. Seneviratne,
I. Siap, T. Abualrub and N. Aydin
N. Aydin, and T. A. Gulliver,
R. Ackerman*, and N. Aydin,
T. Abualrub, A. Ghrayeb,
N. Aydin, T. Asamov*,
· T. Asamov*, and N. Aydin. “A search algorithm for linear codes: progressive dimension growth”, Designs, Codes and Cryptography, Vol. 45, No 2, pp. 213-217, November 2007.
· T. Asamov*, and N. Aydin, “LDPC codes of arbitrary girth”, In Proceedings of the 10th Canadian Workshop on Information Theory (CWIT 2007), June 6-8 2007, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, 69-72.
· N. Aydin and D. Ray-Chaudhuri “On some classes of optimal and near-optimal polynomial codes”, Finite Fields and Their Applications. Vol. 10, No. 1, pp. 24-35, January 2004.
· N. Aydin and I. Siap “New quasi-cyclic codes over F5” Applied Mathematics Letters, Vol 15, No 7, pp 833-836, October 2002
· N. Aydin and D. Ray-Chaudhuri “Quasi-cyclic codes over Z4 and some new binary codes” IEEE Transactions on Information Theory Vol. 48, No. 7, pp. 2065-2069, July 2002.
I. Siap, N. Aydin and D. Ray-Chaudhuri “New
1-generator quasi-twisted codes over GF(5)” In Codes and Association Schemes (Piscataway, NJ, 1999),
pp. 265-275, DIMACS Ser.
Discrete Math. & Theor. Comp. Sci., AMS.,
· I. Siap, N. Aydin and D. Ray-Chaudhuri “New ternary quasi-cyclic codes with improved minimum distances”,IEEE Transaction on Information Theory, Vol. 46, No. 4, pp. 1554-1558, July 2000.
* denotes a Kenyon undergraduate
History of Science
• Algebra, to appear in The Oxford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Science, and Technology in Islam.
• Geometry, to appear in The Oxford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Science, and Technology in Islam
• N. Aydin and M.Rihtim “A striking example of connections between Renaissance Europe and the Muslim World: Copernicus and Tusi” Proceedings of the international conference devoted to the 810th years of Nasireddin Tousi, June 2011, Baku-Azerbaijan, pp. 53-64, National Academy of Sciences of Azerbaijan.
• N. Aydin and P. A. Sivilotti “Remote Belief: Preserving Volition for Loosely-Coupled Processes”, in proceedings of ICDCS 2003, 23 rd International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems, Providence, Rhode Island, pp. 434-440, May 19-22, 2003
• N. Aydin “Enhancing Undergraduate Curriculum via Coding Theory and Cryptography”, PRIMUS (Problems, Resources and Issues in mathematic undergraduate studies) Volume 19 Issue 3, 296-309, May 2009.
• A. S. Ozdemir, E. Guler, N. Aydin, “Effects of Cryptographic Activities on Understanding Modular Arithmetic”, Turkish Journal of Computer and Mathematics Education, Vol.2 No.3 (2011), 247-256
• N. Aydin and E. Halat “The impacts of undergraduate mathematics courses on college students' geometric reasoning stages”, Montana Mathematics Enthusiasts, Vol 6, Nos 1&2, pp. 151-164, 2009.
• E. Halat, E. Jakubowski E. and N. Aydin “Reform-Based Curriculum and Motivation in Geometry”, Eurasia Journal of Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, Vol 4, No 3, August 2008, pp. 285-292.
• N. Aydin “Elliptic Curve Cryptography”, A Computational Science Module developed as part of an NSF grant. December 2011.
• N. Aydin “Public Key Cryptography and the RSA Cryptosystem”, A Computational Science Module developed as part of an NSF grant. July 2009.
• N. Aydin “An Introduction to Coding Theory via Hamming Codes”, A Computational Science Module developed as part of an NSF grant. August 2007.
“The Legacy of Islamic Mathematics and Science: A Few Examples”, The College of Wooster, Wooster
“ Islam & Science: The Legacy of Islamic Science in the Modern World”,Noor Islamic Cultural and Community Center, Dublin Ohio,
“Islam, History and Mathematical Sciences”, Online lecture,
“Recent Results in Skew Cyclic Codes”, 31st Ohio State-Denison Mathematics Conference,
“Skew Additive Cyclic Codes", ICAAA 2011, International Conference on Applied Analysis and Algebra,
· “A Striking Example to Connections Between Europe and the Muslim World: Copernicus and Tusi” International conference on the history, philosophy of science and technology
devoted to the 810-th anniversary of Nasireddin Tousi, June 2011, Baku, Azerbaijan
“A Database of Z4 Codes”, The first Int. Conference on Mathematics and
“A Perfect Introduction to Coding Theory and Search for Good Codes”, Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH,
“Search for Good Linear Codes over Z_4 and
a New Database”, International Conference on Algebra and its
“Search for Good Linear Codes”, 29th
OSU-Denison Conference, Special Session in Combinatorics, The
“Some open problems on quasi-twisted and
related code constructions and good quaternary codes”, International
Symposium on Information Theory,
· “Enhancing undergraduate mathematics curriculum via coding theory and cryptography”, Poster presentation, in 3rd International Conference on the Teaching of Mathematics at the Undergraduate Level, Istanbul, Turkey, July 2006.
· “Enhancing undergraduate mathematics curriculum via coding theory and cryptography”, MAA Spring 06 meeting, in Ohio Project Next Section, University of Akron, Akron, OH, March 2006.
“Affine Cyclic Codes”, AMS Sectional
· “Some generalizations of cyclic codes: Consta-cyclic, quasi-cyclic and quasi-twisted codes”, lecture given in IMA Summer School, at University of Notre Dame, South Bend, IN, June 2004.
· “A Generalization of Quasi-cyclic Codes”, AMS Sectional Meeting, Special Session in Algebraic Coding Theory, Ohio University, Athens, OH, March 2004.
“On a Few Classes
of Optimal and Near-Optimal Polynomial Codes”, MTNS 2002,
· “A Class of Near Optimal Polynomial Codes”, Joint Mathematics Meetings, AMS Special Session in Algebraic Coding Theory, San Diego, CA. January 2002.
“A Family Polynomial Codes and a Class of
Griesmer Codes”, AMS Sectional Meeting, Special Session in Codes and
· “The Structure of 1-Generator Quasi-Twisted Codes and New Linear Codes” XVth OSU-Dennison Conference, Special Session in Combinatorics, The Ohio-State University, OH, May 2000.
“Quaternary Quasi-Cyclic Codes and Some New
“New Ternary Quasi-Cyclic Codes with
Improved Minimum Distances” AMS Sectional