O. Akaydin and O. Ramadan, '3-D Parallel Implementation of the Wave-Equation PML Algorithm Using Distributed System', Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS), vol. 4263, pp. 834-843, 2006.
O. Ramadan, O. Akaydin, M. Salamah and A. Y. Oztoprak, 'Parallel Implementation of the Wave-Equation Finite-Difference Time-Domain Method Using the Message Passing Interface', Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS), vol. 3280, pp. 810-818, 2004.
U. Christopher and O. Akaydin, 'Optimizing SIMT Programs using CUDA-C: A Probe into How Topology and Mapping of Kernels Affects Speedup', 5th International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management, (IEOM 2015), Dubai, UAE, March 2015.
O. Ramadan and O. Akaydin, 'Parallel Implementation of the Finite Difference Time Domain Method Using the Message Passing Interface', 1st International Conference on Digital Communications and Computer Applications (DCCA2007), Jordan, March 2007.
O. Ramadan and O. Akaydin, 'MPI Parallel Implementations of the Wave-Equation PML for Truncating FDTD Computational Domains', 4th International Multiconference on Computer Science and Information Technology (CSIT 2006), Amman, Jordan, April 2006.
O. Ramadan and O. Akaydin, 'Parallel Implementation of the PML Algorithm for Truncating Finite-Difference Time-Domain Grids', IEEE International Conference on Computer Systems and Applications, Sharjah, UAE, March 2006.
O. Ramadan and O. Akaydin, 'An Efficient MPI Parallel Algorithm for the Finite Difference Time Domain Simulations', 6th Jordanian International Electrical & Electronics Engineering Conference (JIEEC 2005), Amman, Jordan, March 2006.
O. Ramadan, O. Akaydin, Muhammed Salamah and Abdullah Y. Oztoprak, 'Parallel Implementation of the Finite-Difference Time-Domain Method On Local Area Network Using The Message Passing Interface', 1st IEEE International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies: From Theory to Applications (ICTTA'04), pp. 651-652, Damascus, Syria, April 2004.
GNSS Project: Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) is a research project undertaken by four UK academic GNSS research centres from four UK leading universities, UCL, Imperial College, and Universities of Nottingham and Westminster, focusing on the exploitation of new GNSS signals. Took part in the Applied DSP and VLSI Research Group's (ADVRG) GNSS activity at the University of Westminster as a Visiting Post Doctoral Research Scholar to undertake research activities in this latest GNSS project of the group, looking into parallelising the Software Defined GNSS receiver for real-time applications.