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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.

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theorists

My areas of interest are:

- Quasi-Cyclic (QC) and Quasi-Twisted (QT) Codes over finite fields and construction of linear codes with improved parameters.
- Codes over Z_4 and construction of good binary (linear or nonlinear) codes.
- Codes over more general rings
- Algebraic or combinatorial constructions of codes with good parameters
- Cryptography
- History of Mathematics and Science, especially in the Islamic World
- Mathematics Education/Pedagogy
- Theoretical Computer Science

Publications

Algebraic Coding Theory

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N. Aydin, J. Murphree*

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S. Karadeniz, B. Yildiz and N. Aydin,

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T. Abualrub, I. Siap and N. Aydin,

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N. Aydin, S. Karadeniz, and B. Yildiz,

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T. Abualrub, N. Aydin, and P. Seneviratne,

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I. Siap, T. Abualrub, N. Aydin, and P. Seneviratne,

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I. Siap, T. Abualrub and N. Aydin

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N. Aydin, and T. A. Gulliver,

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R. Ackerman*, and N. Aydin,

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T. Abualrub, A. Ghrayeb,

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N. Aydin, T. Asamov*,

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· 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.

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*Proceedings of International Symposium on
Information Theory* (ISIT 2007), June 24-29 2007, Nice, France, 856-860.

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T. Asamov*,
and N. Aydin, “LDPC codes
of arbitrary girth”, In *Proceedings of the 10 ^{th} Canadian Workshop on
Information Theory *(CWIT 2007), June 6-8 2007, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, 69-72.

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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

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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.

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N. Aydin, **, **Vol.
23, No. 3, pp. 313-326, December 2001**.**

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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* (May 2014)

• Geometry, to appear in *The Oxford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Science, and Technology in Islam* (May 2014)

• 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.

Computer Science

• 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

Pedagogy/Mathematics Education

• 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.

Presentations

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“The Legacy of Islamic Science in the Modern World: A Few Examples”, Rockford University, Rockford, IL,

· “A History of Mathematics Course for the Liberal Arts”, MAA-Ohio Section Spring 2014 meeting, University of Toledo, Toledo, OH, April 2014.

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“The Legacy of Islamic Mathematics and Science: A Few Examples”, The College of Wooster, Wooster,

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“Islam & Science: The Legacy of Islamic Science in the Modern World”, Noor Islamic Cultural and Community Center

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“Islam, History and Mathematical Sciences”, Online lecture,

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“Recent Results in Skew Cyclic Codes”, 31st Ohio State-Denison Mathematics Conference,

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“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

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“A Database of Z4 Codes”, The first Int. Conference on Mathematics and
Statistics,

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“A Perfect Introduction to Coding Theory and Search for Good Codes”, Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH,

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“Search for Good Linear Codes over Z_4 and
a New Database”, International Conference on Algebra and its
Applications,

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“Search for Good Linear Codes”, 29th
OSU-Denison Conference, Special Session in Combinatorics, The

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“Some open problems on quasi-twisted and
related code constructions and good quaternary codes”, International
Symposium on Information Theory,

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“Enhancing undergraduate mathematics
curriculum via coding theory and cryptography”, Poster presentation, in 3^{rd}
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.

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“Affine Cyclic Codes”, AMS Sectional
Meeting,

· “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.

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“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.

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“A Family Polynomial Codes and a Class of
Griesmer Codes”, AMS Sectional Meeting, Special Session in Codes and
Designs, The

· “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.

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“Quaternary Quasi-Cyclic Codes and Some New
Binary Codes”

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“New Ternary Quasi-Cyclic Codes with
Improved Minimum Distances” AMS Sectional
Meeting,