RANKING 2% IN LOGISTICS & TRANSPORTATION (09-03-2021).
Three members of the Transport Research Center, TRANSyT, Javier Gutiérrez, Andrés Monzón and Juan Carlos Palomares, in the top 2% of world scientists in "Logistics and Transport".
Three members of the Transport Research Center, TRANSyT, in the top 2% of world scientists in "Logistics and Transport".
Stanford University (California, United States) has published the list "Ranking of the World Scientists: World's Top 2% Scientists", which includes research professionals whose works have been most cited until 2019.
Worldwide, the report includes 21,274 researchers in the field "Logistics & Transportation", and among them only 7 belong to Spanish centers, Of them, three belong to TRANSyT: Javier Gutiérrez, Andrés Monzón and Juan Carlos Palomares, in addition to Juan de Oña, currently at the University of Granada, who was also trained in our center.
Among the 161,441 researchers who appear on this outstanding list (out of almost 7 million active scientists), 2,767 (1.7%) belong to Spanish research centers. This ranking, considered the most prestigious worldwide, has been created by a group of experts formed by John Loannidis (Stanford University), Jeroen Baas (Elsevier B.V.), Kevin W. Boyack (SciTech Strategies) and Richard Klavans (SciTech Strategies).
The classification, published in the journal Plos Biology, is based on information contained in the Scopus database to evaluate scientists by the impact of their citations. This ranking provides standardized information on citations, h-index, hm index adjusted for co-authorship, citations of articles in different authorship positions and a composite indicator, among others, of the different researchers. In addition, it provides metrics with and without self-citations. The database includes 22 scientific fields and 176 subfields. Among these subfields is "Logistic & Transportation".