PESHAWAR (Staff Report): In a noteworthy recognition, Professor Dr. FaridUllah Khan from the Department of Mechatronics Engineering at UET Peshawar has been honored with a nomination to the prestigious “Top 2% Scientists in the World” list.
This distinguished list is published jointly by Stanford University in the USA and Elsevier, a renowned global information analytics company. It stands as a respected repository of excellence, celebrating the world’s most prominent scientists across diverse fields.
This distinguished selection is meticulously curated, drawing upon data from Scopus, the world’s largest abstract and citation database, encompassing experts from various research disciplines. The selection process is anchored in a composite indicator known as the c-score. This measure takes into account numerous factors, including the number of citations an individual scientist’s work has garnered, their h-index, and the field-normalized citation impact. The c-score presents a holistic and comprehensive assessment of a scientist’s impact, transcending traditional metrics like the total number of citations for their research publications.
Professor Dr. FaridUllah Khan serves as the founding director of the “Sensor and Energy Harvesting Systems Research Lab.” His extensive expertise spans across critical domains such as energy, energy harvesting, renewable energy, mechatronic systems, and machine health monitoring.
The inclusion of Professor Dr. FaridUllah Khan in this distinguished list is a significant milestone for UET Peshawar. It stands as a testament to the institution’s commitment to fostering high-quality, cutting-edge research and highlights the dedication and brilliance of its researchers.