School of Engineering and Technology Walailak University congratulations to Associate Professor Dr. Nattawit Wattanasakulpong, Lecturer of Mechanical and Robotics Engineering Program Ranked in the World’s Top 2% Scientists by Stanford University 2021, ranked 3,971 out of a total of 285,331 researchers in the Materials category.
Elsevier Publishers, SciTech Strategies and Stanford University, the world’s leading university in the United States. Releases a list of the 2021 World’s Top 2% Scientists by Stanford University, across 22 disciplines, 176 sub-disciplines, totaling more than 100,000, reported by the team. The research was led by 1. Jeroen Baas from Elsevier Publishing 2. Kevin Boyack from SciTech Strategies and 3. Professor John PA Ioannidis from Stanford University.
The selection and rankings were assessed through an analysis of research impact of citations of articles published from the Scopus database from 1996 to 2020 using a variety of metrics such as citation, co-authorship, and h-index. Scientists were divided into two groups: 1. Citation impact during the single calendar year 2020 and 2. Citation impact during the single calendar year 2020. Ranking data is available at Data for “Updated science-wide author databases of standardized citation indicators” https://elsevier.digitalcommonsdata.com/datasets/btchxktzyw/3.
In this ranking There are researchers from Walailak University. with the highest published and citations in the World’s Top 2% Scientists by Stanford University in 2021, consisting of 3 people:
1. Associate Professor Dr. Manat Chaichan, School of Agricultural Technology and Food Industry ranked 884 out of a total of 58,351 researchers in the field of Food Science
2. Associate Professor Dr. Weeranuch Niphathorn, School of Allied Health Sciences ranked No. 530 out of a total of 33,142 researchers in the field of Tropical Medicine
3. Associate Professor Dr. Nattawit Wattanasakulpong, the School of Engineering and Technology, ranked 3,971 out of a total of 285,331 researchers in the Materials field