Thirteen scholars of Hong Kong Metropolitan University (HKMU) have recently been ranked among the top 2% most-cited scientists worldwide by Stanford University. This achievement of HKMU scholars highlights the global recognition and remarkable impact of their research outputs.
The relevant HKMU scholars include Professor Paul LAM Kwan-sing, President of HKMU and Chair Professor of Environmental Chemistry; Professor Ricky KWOK Yu-kwong, Vice President (Research & Student Development) and Chair Professor of Computer Engineering; Professor Janet WONG Yuen-ha, Dean of the School of Nursing and Health Studies; Professor Nora TAM Fung-yee, Chair Professor of Environmental Science and Conservation; Professor Roy VELLAISAMY Arul Lenus, Chair Professor of Intelligent Systems; Professor Gary TSE, Associate Dean (Innovations and Research) and Professor at the School of Nursing and Health Studies; Professor David Christopher AHLSTROM, Professor at the Lee Shau Kee School of Business and Administration; Professor Samuel CHU Kai-wah, Professor at the School of Nursing and Health Studies; Professor Mimi TSE Mun-yee, Professor at the School of Nursing and Health Studies; Dr John CHUI Kwok-tai, Assistant Professor at the School of Science and Technology; Dr FU Yaru, Assistant Professor at the School of Science and Technology; Dr PAN Min, Lecturer at the School of Science and Technology; and Dr Billy WONG Tak-ming, Senior Research Coordinator of the University.
The list of top 2% most-cited scientists includes the most influential scholars from all over the world in 22 scientific fields and 174 sub-fields. It is based on the bibliometric data from Scopus, which takes into account factors such as citations and authorship. Further details and the list published by Stanford University are available here.