Tuesday, October 10, 2023

JMI Scientists

 Twenty-six JMI Researchers Earn Coveted Spot in 

                                     Stanford University's List of Top 2% Scientists 

It is a moment of great pride for Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) that 26 researchers of the university secured spot in Stanford University's prestigious global list of top 2% scientists. This esteemed list, curated by a team of experts led by eminent Professor John Ioannidis of Stanford University and published by Elsevier BV, is a testament to the outstanding research contributions made by JMI scholars on the world stage.

JMI Vice Chancellor Prof. Najma Akhtar stated, "This recognition reflects the exceptional research standards upheld at JMI. It establishes our university on the global map of excellence and fills us with immense pride."


Stanford University's list features approximately 3,500 researchers from India, highlighting the significant impact of the country's scholarly endeavours on the global research landscape. Stanford University has released two lists, one based on career-long data and another focusing on the performance of researchers in the year 2022.


In the career-long data category, the following eight JMI professors have secured their places:


1.      Prof. Ali, Imran

2.      Prof. Ahsan, Haseeb

3.      Prof. Ghosh, Sushant G.

4.      Prof. Rahman, Atiqur

5.      Prof. Sen, Anjan A.

6.      Prof. Ahmad, Sharif

7.      Prof. Ahmad, Tokeer

8.      Prof. Islam, Tarikul


In the year 2022 performance category, an impressive 26 scientists, including professors and Ph.D. scholars, from JMI have been recognized:


                JMI Scientists


1.      Ali, Imran

2.      Haleem, Abid

3.      Javaid, Mohd.

4.      Ghosh, Sushant G.

5.      Rahman, Atiqur

6.      Ahsan, Haseeb

7.      Hassan, Md Imtaiyaz

8.      Ahmad, Rafiq

9.      Raza, Khalid

10. Khan, Tabrez Alam

11. Ahmad, Sharif

12. Khan, M. Ajmal

13. Talukdar, Swapan

14. Tokeer, Ahmad

15. Chaudhry, Saif Ali

16. Ali, Rashid

17. Ahmad, Musheer

18. Siddiquee, Arshad Noor

19. Patel, Rajan

20. Riaz, Ufana

21. Islam, Tarikul

22. Mohammad, Taj

23. Haque, Ahteshamul

24. Khanuja, M.

25. Naqvi, Ahmad Abu Turab

26. Anas, S. M.


The seven professors found their names in both the coveted list. 


This recognition is based on a publicly available database of over 96,17,763 top scientists, which includes standardized information on citations, h-index, citations to papers in various authorship positions, and a composite indicator.


According to the standard Science-Metrix classification, scientists are classified into 22 scientific fields and 174 sub-fields. Field- and subfield-specific percentiles are also provided for all scientists with at least five papers. Career-long data are updated to end-of-2022 and single recent year data pertain to citations received during the calendar year 2022. The selection is based on the top 100,000 scientists by c-score (with and without self-citations) or a percentile rank of 2% or above in the sub-field.


The c-score focuses on impact (citations) rather than productivity (number of publications), and it also incorporates information on co-authorship and author positions (single, first, last author).


Jamia Millia Islamia continues to strive for excellence in research and education, and including its researchers in Stanford University's esteemed list is a testament to its commitment to fostering scholarly achievements on a global scale.

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