Eight Scientists from Egypt-Japanese University of Science and Technology are among the Best in the World
Stanford University, USA, issued a list of the top 2% of the world’s most cited scientists in various disciplines. Professors of the Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology (E-JUST) managed to win eight places in this list:
The scientists are: Prof. Sameh Nada – Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Vice President for Education and Academic Affairs, Prof. Mohammed Abo- Zahhad – Dean of the School of Electronics, Communications and Computer Engineering, Prof. Mohamad Ayad – Department of Nanoscience at the Institute of Basic and Applied Sciences, Prof. Hossam Mohamed Hassan Shalaby – Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Prof. Mahmoud Amin – Chairman of Energy Resources Engineering department, School of Energy Resources, Environment, Chemical and Petrochemical Engineering, Prof. Mohamed Gepreel – Department of Materials Science and Engineering, School of Innovative Design Engineering, Prof. Ibrahim El Sharkawy – Department of Energy Resources Engineering, School of Energy Resources, Environment, Chemical and Petrochemical Engineering, Prof. Hamdy Hassan – Department Energy Resources Engineering, School of Energy Resources, Environment, Chemical and Petrochemical Engineering, Prof. Hassan El-Banna – Department of Environmental Engineering, School of Energy Resources, Environment, Chemical and Petrochemical Engineering.
Prof. Ahmed El-Gohary, President of the University, was keen to congratulate the scholars and researchers from E-JUST who were included in this list, pointing to the importance of what universities and research centers offer to humanity in facing life issues in the fields of health, environment, energy, industry and others. He praised the efforts of E-JUST in recent years after it became an important figure in the Egyptian scientific research organization, thanks to the efforts of its researchers.
It is noteworthy to mention that this evaluation is based on citations from scientists, the Hirsch H Index, one of the indicators for measuring the scientific productivity of researchers, the modified Hirsch HM Index, and citations from research published in various sites.