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About Noah (Nuh) Aydin

Nuh Aydin (also known as Noah Aydin) joined the Kenyon faculty in 2002. His primary research area is algebraic coding theory. More generally, his research interests include applications of algebra, finite fields, cryptography, combinatorics, theoretical computer science and history of science. Additionally, he is interested in pedagogy and mathematics education. Noah teaches a wide range of mathematics courses as well as introductory computer science courses at Kenyon. He enjoys working with undergraduates on mathematical research and has published several papers with Kenyon undergraduates. He has two daughters and a son, enjoys playing soccer and has a great interest in meteorology.

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Present Associate Professor of Mathematics, Kenyon College
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Recent Works (5)

Algebraic Coding Theory (17)

Computer Science (1)

Pedagogy/Mathematics Education (5)