Prof. Qin Boqiang and Prof. Zhang Yunlin of our institute were selected as the top 2% scientists in the world
Stanford University recently released the latest 2020 World’s Top 2% Scientists. Prof. Qin Boqiang and Prof. Zhang Yunlin of our institute made the list.
The World’s Top 2% Scientists was published by the team of Professor John P.A. Ioannidis of Stanford University. The top 2% scientists in the world were selected by the team from nearly 7 million scientists, based on citations, h-index, co-authorship adjusted hm-index, citations to papers in different authorship positions and a composite indicator. The ranking list was divided into 22 fields and 176 sub-fields, including a total of about 160,000 famous scientists from various fields. Among them, Prof. Qin Boqiang and Prof. Zhang Yunlin were selected in the field of Environmental Sciences, ranked 179 and 747 respectively in the 1,400 scientists in the field.
Prof. Qin Boqiang has been engaged in lake ecological environment research for a long time. He is the PI of the Science Fund for Creative Research Group and the Distinguished Young Scholar of the National Natural Science Foundation of China. He also serves as the associate editor of many famous domestic and foreign journals such as Science Bulletin. In the Web of Science database, Qin Boqiang is ranked first by the number of SCI papers with “shallow lake” as the subject term with an H index of 49 and more than 9,300 citations.
Prof. Zhang Yunlin has long been engaged in remote sensing of physical lakes and water color and biogeochemical cycle of chromophoric dissolved organic matter research. He is the Distinguished Young Scholar and the deputy editor of many famous journals, such as Limnology and Oceanography. In the Web of Science database, the SCI papers of Zhang Yunlin ranked first worldwide with “chromophoric dissolved organic matter” or “CDOM” as the subject term, with an H index of 41 and more than 6000 citations.