29 November 2018

Four researchers from LiU claim places on the 2018 list of the most highly cited – and thus most influential – researchers in the world.

Sammanträde Erik G LarssonProfessor Erik G. Nilsson is one of the researchers on the list of the world's top 1 % of researchers.  Photo credit Thor BalkhedEach year, a list of the world’s top 1% of researchers, measured by number of citations, is published. Four of these work at Linköping University:

Professor Gerhard Andersson works at the Department of Behavioural Sciences and Learning in the Division of Psychology.

Professors Fengling Zhang and Olle Inganäs both work at the Department of Physics, Chemistry and Biology in the Division for Biomolecular and Organic Electronics.

Professor Erik G. Larsson works at the Department of Electrical Engineering in the Division for Communication Systems.

The ranking is based on articles within the natural sciences and social sciences catalogued in the Web of Science Core Collection. The list for 2018 consists of 6,000 researchers from all over the world, working in 21 fields of research.

More information about the list and how it is constructed can be found at:

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