2023 - Research.com Electronics and Electrical Engineering in Egypt Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Electronics and Electrical Engineering in Egypt Leader Award
Ahmed G. Radwan mainly investigates Control theory, Chaotic, Topology, Memristor and Algorithm. He combines subjects such as Order, Fractional calculus and Oscillation with his study of Control theory. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Field-programmable gate array, Theoretical computer science and Pseudorandom number generator.
His work deals with themes such as Spice, Network synthesis filters, Prototype filter, Order and Integer, which intersect with Topology. Ahmed G. Radwan has researched Memristor in several fields, including Mathematical model and Voltage. His Algorithm research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Experimental data, Sensitivity, Frequency domain, Artificial intelligence and Optimization algorithm.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Control theory, Memristor, Topology, Chaotic and Electronic engineering. The concepts of his Control theory study are interwoven with issues in Synchronization of chaos, Fractional calculus, Order and Stability. His Fractional calculus research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Electrical impedance, Degrees of freedom and Domain.
His work carried out in the field of Memristor brings together such families of science as Voltage, Adder, Ternary operation and Nonlinear system. His research in Topology intersects with topics in Spice, Capacitor, Oscillation, Relaxation oscillator and Realization. His Chaotic research includes elements of Field-programmable gate array, Algorithm and Attractor.
Ahmed G. Radwan mainly focuses on Chaotic, Topology, Realization, Field-programmable gate array and Memristor. His Chaotic study combines topics in areas such as Algorithm, Computer hardware and Attractor. His studies in Topology integrate themes in fields like Current conveyor, Capacitor, Filter and Topology.
His work on Virtex as part of general Field-programmable gate array research is frequently linked to Hardware architecture, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Memristor study is related to the wider topic of Electronic engineering. In the field of Control theory, his study on Control theory overlaps with subjects such as Order.
His primary scientific interests are in Chaotic, Field-programmable gate array, Topology, Algorithm and Attractor. The various areas that Ahmed G. Radwan examines in his Chaotic study include Cryptosystem, Equilibrium point, Consistency and Benchmark. His Field-programmable gate array research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Biological neuron model, Realization and Pseudorandom number generator.
His Topology research incorporates elements of Electronic circuit, Lyapunov exponent, Topology, Capacitor and Monte Carlo method. His research integrates issues of RC circuit, Wien bridge oscillator, Adder and Memristor in his study of Electronic circuit. His Key generation study in the realm of Algorithm interacts with subjects such as Convergence.
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On the stability of linear systems with fractional-order elements
A.G. Radwan;A.M. Soliman;A.S. Elwakil;A. Sedeek.
Chaos Solitons & Fractals (2009)
Fractional-Order Sinusoidal Oscillators: Design Procedure and Practical Examples
A.G. Radwan;A.S. Elwakil;A.M. Soliman.
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I-regular Papers (2008)
FIRST-ORDER FILTERS GENERALIZED TO THE FRACTIONAL DOMAIN
Ahmed G. Radwan;Ahmed M. Soliman;Ahmed S. Elwakil.
Journal of Circuits, Systems, and Computers (2008)
ON THE GENERALIZATION OF SECOND-ORDER FILTERS TO THE FRACTIONAL-ORDER DOMAIN
Ahmed G. Radwan;Ahmed S. Elwakil;Ahmed M. Soliman.
Journal of Circuits, Systems, and Computers (2009)
Fractional-Order RC and RL Circuits
Ahmed Gomaa Radwan;Ahmed Gomaa Radwan;Khaled N. Salama.
Circuits Systems and Signal Processing (2012)
Fractional Order Butterworth Filter: Active and Passive Realizations
A. Soltan Ali;A. G. Radwan;Ahmed M. Soliman.
IEEE Journal on Emerging and Selected Topics in Circuits and Systems (2013)
FPGA implementation of two fractional order chaotic systems
Mohammed F. Tolba;Amr M. AbdelAty;Nancy S. Soliman;Lobna A. Said.
Aeu-international Journal of Electronics and Communications (2017)
On the Mathematical Modeling of Memristor, Memcapacitor, and Meminductor
Ahmed G. Radwan;Mohammed E. Fouda.
The fractional-order modeling and synchronization of electrically coupled neuron systems
K. Moaddy;A. G. Radwan;K. N. Salama;S. Momani.
Computers & Mathematics With Applications (2012)
A Simple Model of Double-Loop Hysteresis Behavior in Memristive Elements
A. S. Elwakil;M. E. Fouda;A. G. Radwan.
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems Ii-express Briefs (2013)
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