Several top-cited researchers
Based on data released by Elsevier, published by researchers from Stanford University there are a total of 11 researchers from MDU who are listed as some of the top-cited researchers (i.e. a percentile rank of 2% or above) in their field. Being included on this list is a powerful testament to the reach and impact of the research taking place at the university.
The list shows the top 2% of researchers with the most citations. The list is divided into lifetime performance and performance for 2022. In it, individual researchers are ranked according to citation data; the more often other authors refer to the individual researcher's work, the higher the ranking.
They are classified in 22 research fields and 176 sub-fields and the ranking is based on publications in Scopus, an extensive citation database owned by Elsevier.
Here are all of our researchers who made it to the list:
- Jinyue Yan External link, opens in new window., professor in the field of future energy
- Hailong Li, Professor of Engineering External link, opens in new window.
- Olcay Sert External link., Professor of English Language Education
- Ulf Andersson External link, opens in new window., Professor in Business Studies
- Pietro Elia Campana External link, opens in new window., Senior Lecture in the field of agrivoltaics
- Erik Dahlquist, External link, opens in new window. Senior Professor of Engineering
- Ulrica von Thiele Schwarz External link, opens in new window., Professor of psychology
- Elisabeth Uhlemann, External link, opens in new window. Professor in Data Communications
- Inger K Holmström, External link, opens in new window. Professor in Caring Science
- Jakob Axelsson External link, opens in new window., Professor of Computer Science
- Hans Hansson External link, opens in new window., Professor in Real-Time Systems
The list is a publicly available database of top-cited scientists that provides standardized information on citations, h-index, co-authorship adjusted hm-index, citations to papers in different authorship positions and a composite indicator (c-score).