AUIS Engineering Professor is Among World's Top 2% Scientists for Two Consecutive Years | The American University of Iraq Sulaimani

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AUIS Engineering Professor is Among World's Top 2% Scientists for Two Consecutive Years

Thursday, November 2, 2023 - 09:15
We are thrilled to announce that Dr. Ali Al-Waeli from the engineering department at the American University of Iraq, Sulaimani (AUIS), has been recognized in Stanford University's exclusive list of the World's Top 2% Scientists for two consecutive years (version-6 in 2023).
This significant achievement is part of Stanford University's comprehensive database, a collaborative effort with SCOPUS and Elsevier, highlighting the top 2% of scientists globally. The list, updated to version-6 in 2023, spans 22 scientific fields and 174 sub-fields according to the standard Science-Metrix classification.
The selection process involves categorizing scientists based on field- and subfield-specific percentiles. This year's data includes career-long information updated to the end of 2022, with recent-year data focusing on citations received during the calendar year 2022. Dr. Ali Al-Waeli was identified among the top 100,000 scientists, boasting a c-score in the top percentile or above 2% in their respective sub-fields.

This recognition, led by contributor John P.A. Ioannidis from Stanford University's Departments of Medicine, Health Research and Policy, Biomedical Data Science, and Statistics, underscores the significant impact of AUIS engineering professors on the global scientific community.
For more details on the achievements of Dr. Ali Al-Waeli, and to explore the Stanford University database, please visit the provided link.

AUIS extends its heartfelt congratulations to Dr. Ali for this remarkable accomplishment and look forward to further contributions to the world of academia and research from the AUIS engineering department.