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ME Scholars ranked among the World’s Top 2% Scientists by Citation

20 Oct 2021


According to a recent index compiled by Stanford University, 20 academics of PolyU’s Department of Mechanical Engineering (ME) have been ranked among the world’s top 2% most-cited scientists in their main disciplines for career-long citation impact. 12 of them are current ME members. Among them, Prof. Chen Guohua has been ranked number 13 most-cited scientist in the world in his respective field.

The scholars were named in the “Updated science-wide author databases of standardized citation indicators” compiled by Stanford University. A research team, led by Professor John Ioannidis, created the database of more than 100,000 top scientists across the world on the basis of standardized citation indicators. They were grouped into 22 subject fields and 176 sub-fields using the indicators. The indicators included information on citations, an individual’s scientific research output, co-authorship and a composite indicator for career-long citation impact up to the end of 2020. The latest dataset is based on the 1 August 2021 snapshot from Scopus.

The recognition reflects the significant influence and research excellence of the Department’s scientists, who are committed to furthering their knowledge for the benefit of the world.

Congratulations to the following ME scholars who have been ranked among the top 2% of scientists in the world in their respective fields:

  1. Dr An Liang
  2. Prof. Christopher Chao Yu Hang
  3. Prof. Chen Guohua
  4. Prof. Cheng Li
  5. Prof. Cheung Chun Shun
  6. Prof. Fu Mingwang
  7. Dr Jing Xingjian
  8. Prof. Wallace Leung Woon Fong
  9. Dr Liu Yang
  10. Prof. Su Zhongqing
  11. Dr Yao Haimin
  12. Dr Zheng Guangping
  13. Prof. Ronald So Ming Cho (Emeritus Professor)
  14. Prof. Woo Chung Ho (Emeritus Professor)
  15. Prof. Alan Lau Kin Tak (former staff)
  16. Prof. Leung Chun Wah (former staff)
  17. Prof. Shi Sanqiang (former staff)
  18. Prof. Wen Chih-Yung (former staff)
  19. Prof. Zhou Limin (former staff)
  20. Prof. Zhou Yu (former staff)

Published: 20 October 2021 | Version 3 | DOI:10.17632/btchxktzyw.3

 


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