The first edition of an annual world ranking of rising stars in science, instituted by Research.com, has included three Vietnamese scientists in its top 1,000 listing.
Professor Tran Xuan Bach of the Hanoi Medical University. Photo courtesy of Tran Xuan Bach
The “Best Rising Stars of Science in the World – 2022 Ranking” released last week places Associate Professor Tran Xuan Bach of the Hanoi Medical University in third position with an h-index of 94.
The h-index measures the proportion of contributions made within a given discipline, and the awards and achievements of the scientists.
Bach, 38, focuses on environmental health, acquired immunodeficiency syndrome and psychological interventions.
In 190th place is Associate Prof. Dr. Le Hoang Son, 38, from the Vietnam National University – Hanoi, with an h-index of 54.
Associate Prof. Dr. Le Hoang Son of Vietnam National University – Hanoi. Photo courtesy of Le Hoang Son’s Facebook page
Artificial intelligence, data mining, fuzzy logic, cluster analysis and fuzzy clustering are his primary areas of study.
Associate Prof. Dr. Phung Van Phuc, 36, of Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology, is in 958th position with an h-index of 33.
Phuc’s major is mechanical and aerospace engineering. His primary scientific interests are in artificial neural network, geotechnical engineering, mean squared error, algorithm and metaheuristic.
Associate Prof. Dr. Phung Van Phuc of Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology. Photo courtesy of Phung Van Phuc
The first edition of Research.com’s ranking of rising stars in science is based on data collected from Microsoft Academic Graph on Dec. 6, 2021. The positions in the ranking are based on a scientist’s general h-index. Only scientists whose oldest publication falls in the last 12 years or less years ago have been considered.
The ranking covers all major areas of science. It is based on a meticulous examination of 166,880 scientists on the Google Scholar and Microsoft Academic Graph.
The h-index threshold for approving a scholar to be considered for the global ranking was set differently for each scientific discipline but was 30 or 40 in most cases.
On top of the list is Associate Prof. Mohsen Sheikholeslami from the Babol Noshirvani University of Technology in Iran, who majors in mechanical and aerospace engineering.
He is followed by Matthew D. Hellmann, Doctor of Medicine (MD) with the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in the U.S.
Two foreign scientists working in Vietnam, both with the Ton Duc Thang University in HCMC, are also on the list.
Mohammad Ghalambaz in the field of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and Hossein Moayedi in the field of Engineering and Technology are ranked 571st and 773rd, respectively.
Research.com described itself as the number one research portal for scientists. Its mission is to make it easier for professors, research fellows, and those studying for a PhD or a master’s degree to progress with their research and to ensure they are always up-to-date with the latest conferences around the world and publications related to their work.
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