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Pakistani scientist again ranked among 1% top researchers in computer science

Mubashir Rehmani’s work focuses on wireless networks, blockchain, cognitive radio networks, and software-defined networks.

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For the second year in a row, Pakistani scientist Mubashir Husain Rehmani has been named among the top 1% most influential researchers in computer science.

Compiled by Clarivate Analytics, the ranking highlights researchers with significant influence in their chosen field through the publication of cited papers during the last decade.

Mubashir Rehmani’s work focuses on wireless networks, blockchain, cognitive radio networks, and software-defined networks.

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He has written over 100 peer-reviewed articles, of which 12 were among the highly cited articles by Clarivate.

A graduate of Mehran University of Engineering and Technology, Rehmani is serving as an assistant lecturer at Munster Technological University, Ireland.

Rehmani’s work, 100 peer-reviewed articles out of which 12 were highly cited according to Clarivate, ranges from papers that cover wireless networks, blockchain, cognitive radio networks, and software-defined networks.

Every year, analytics company Clarivate compiles a list of highly cited researchers across the world, highlighting the top 1pc of scientists by citations.

This year’s list features 31 researchers in Ireland who exert significant influence in their fields.

World’s best researchers

The University of Stanford has included three professors of the Punjab University in its list of 2% of the world’s best researchers.

The list released by Stanford University includes Dr. Khalid Mahmood, Dean of Faculty of Management Sciences, Punjab University. The other two-Dr. Muhammad Sharif, Dean of Faculty of Science and Dr. Muhammad Akram, Department of Mathematics.

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The Vice-Chancellor of Punjab University, Dr. Niaz Ahmed expressed delight at the news. “It is an honor not only for the University but also for Pakistan to have teachers from Punjab University among the top 2% researchers in the world.”

“Our efforts to improve international rankings are beginning to bear fruit,” he said. He further said that all the faculty members of all the departments are striving hard to bring the university up to the international standards. Initiatives are taken to improve the quality of education and enable students to showcase their talents globally.

APP with additional input by GVS News Desk

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