1. R. J. Braun, N. Gewecke, C. G. Begley, P. E. King-Smith and J. I. Siddique, “A model for tear film thinning with osmolarity and fluorescein” Accepted (Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, Jan 2014).
  2. N. D. Brubaker, J. I. Siddique, Robert Deaton, Eric Sabo and John A. Pelesko, “Refinement to the study of electro static deflection in theory and experiments” Accepted (European Journal of Applied Mathematics) (2012).
  3. J. I. Siddique, Daniel Anderson,“Capillary rise of a power law fluid into a deformable porous material” Journal of Porous Media, 14 (12): 1087–1102 (2011).
  4. J. I. Siddique, Robert Deaton, Eric Sabo, John A. Pelesko“An Experimental Study of the Theory of Electrostatic Deflection” Journal of Electrostatics 69 (2011) 1 – 6.
  5. J. I. Siddique, Daniel Anderson, Capillary rise of a liquid into a deformable porous material” Physics of Fluids 21, 013106 (2009).
  6. Muhammad R. Mohyuddin, A. M. Siddiqui, T. Hayat, J. Siddique, S. Asghar,“Exact Solution of time dependent Navier Stokes equations by Hodograph Legendre transformation method” Tamsui Oxford Journal of Mathematical Sciences 24 (3) (2008) 257–268.

In Progress

  1. J. I. Siddique, Padmanabhan Seshaiyer, Daniel Anderson,“Mathematical modeling of blood–flow interaction with deformable arterial wall with application in medicine” (in progress).
  2. J. I. Siddique and Richard J. Braun, “ Tear film dynamics with evaporation and osmolarity” Submitted (Applied Mathematical Modeling).
  3. Antonio Mastroberardino and J. I. Siddique “Magnetohydrodynamic stagnation flow and heat transfer toward a stretching permeable cylinder” Submitted (Applied Mathematics and Computation)

Books/ Book Chapter

  1. D.M. Anderson and J. I. Siddique, “Modeling Wicking in Deformable Porous Media Using Mixture Theory (Chapter 11) Wicking in Porous Materials: Traditional and Modern Modeling Approaches (Book)” November, 2012