News

Arkady V. Krasheninnikov and Zhipei Sun among the world’s most highly cited researchers

Two Aalto University professors, Arkady V. Krasheninnikov and Zhipei Sun, were included in this year’s list of Highly Cited Researchers by the Web of Science Group. The list identifies scientists and social scientists who produced multiple papers ranking in the top 1% by citations for their field and year of publication, demonstrating significant research influence among their peers.

Zhipei Sun is professor of photonics at Aalto University Department of Electronics and Nanoengineering. Arkadi V. Krasheninnikov studies electronic properties of materials and is visiting professor at the Department of Applied Physics.

Altogether the list included some 6 200 highly cited researchers. The United States is home to the highest number of them, with 2 737 authors, representing 44% of the researchers on the list. The amount of researchers with a Finnish first or second affiliation was 26.

Read more:
Highly Cited Researchers 2019

  • Published:
  • Updated:
Share
URL copied!

Related news

recap_rebar
Research & Art Published:

Reality Capture: Automated Construction Site Productivity and Quality Monitoring

If you want to improve the productivity and quality of construction work, you need an efficient way to monitor progress and detect quality issues on a daily basis.
The Savvy Investor's Guide to Avoidin Pitfalls, Frauds, and Scams. Book cover.
Research & Art Published:

New book from Professor Vesa Puttonen

The book is titled “The Savvy Investor's Guide to Avoiding Pitfalls, Frauds, and Scams” and is written by H. Kent Baker, John R. Nofsinger, and Vesa Puttonen.
Sohjoa-robottibussi
Research & Art Published:

A car without a driver – the future of transportation or a low priority innovation?

Assistant professor Milos Mladenovic tackles the underlying challenges as a member of European Commission expert group, which is formed to advise on specific ethical issues raised by driverless mobility.
lapsi älypotkupuvussa kuva: sampsa vanhatalo / helsingin yliopisto
Research & Art Published:

A smart jumpsuit provides information on infants’ movement and development

A new innovation by University of Helsinki and Aalto University makes it possible, for the first time, to quantitatively assess children’s spontaneous movement in the natural environment.