A total of 25 doctors from Lucknow achieved distinction in the database of Stanford University.

Lucknow University: Five scientists from Lucknow University have been recognized as part of the top two percent of global scientists in a database established by Stanford University in the United States. Apart from this, a total of 25 doctors from Lucknow have achieved this distinction in the database of Stanford University. Eminent scientists include Professor Abhinav Kumar from the Chemistry Department, Professor Amritanshu Shukla from the Physics Department, Dr. Roli Verma from the Physics Department, Professor Omkar from the Zoology Department and late Professor IB Singh from the Geology Department.

Vice Chancellor of Lucknow University congratulated

Lucknow University Vice Chancellor Professor Alok Kumar Rai first took to Twitter to congratulate these eminent scientists. He tweeted that congratulations to everyone. We have increased our numbers since last year. We hope that we will continue to fly the flag of Lucknow University high like this. Last year, three scientists from Lucknow University were among the top two percent of India’s scientists in the world database maintained by Stanford University.

4 faculties of DDU Gorakhpur University included in the list

Faculty members from other universities have also been included in the list of top two percent scientists of the world. The list includes four faculty members of DDU Gorakhpur University and 20 faculty members of Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology.

Scientists are classified into 22 distinct scientific fields and 174 subfields using the established Sci-Metrics classification system. Field- and subfield-specific rankings are also provided for scientists who have authored at least five papers. Data throughout their careers are updated through the end of 2022, and data for the most recent year reflects the number of citations received in calendar year 2022.

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The selection process is based on two criteria: Either being among the top 100,000 scientists according to C-score or having a percentile rank of two percent or higher within a specific sub-field. This current version (version 6) is based on information from Scopus as of 1 October 2023, and is updated to the end of the citation year 2022. All calculations were performed using author profiles from Scopus available until 1 October 2023.

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