Two JI professors rank among 2023 Most Cited Chinese Researchers

2024/4/26 16:55:28

Professor Peisen Huang and Professor Xudong Wang of the University of Michigan – Shanghai Jiao Tong University Joint Institute (UM-SJTU JI, JI hereafter) have been listed as 2023 Most Cited Chinese Researchers by Elsevier, a Netherlands-based academic publishing company and a global leader in information and analytics. It is the third year in a row for the two professors to be selected for the list.

Peisen Huang is a tenured mechanic engineering professor at JI specializing in the research of optical sensing and measurement, machine vision, and mechatronics. His recent research areas cover nanoposition measurement, millimeter wave radar, ultrasonic measurement, and LiDAR. Xudong Wang is a tenured information and communication engineering professor with research interests focusing on next generation wireless networks, smart connected systems, machine learning and big data. His recent research areas cover wireless communication networks (B5G and 6G), integrated communication perception and computing, and distributed machine learning. The two professors were also placed on the Global Top 2% Scientists list in 2022 and 2023 by the Stanford University.

A total of 5,801 people from 496 higher education institutions were put on the Elsevier list covering 84 first-class disciplines in 10 discipline fields stipulated by China’s Ministry of Education. The 2022 list released on March 27 uses Scopus, the world’s authoritative citation and index database, as the statistical source of Chinese scholars’ scientific research achievements, and adopts the method developed by Shanghai Ranking Consultancy to analyze the performance of Chinese scholars’ scientific research achievements. Since it was launched in 2015, the list has been released on annual basis.

Professor Peisen Huang

Professor Xudong Wang

Editor on Duty: Yan Cheng

Responsible Editor: Jiang Qianqian, Li Xinyu

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