FBK researchers among the most cited in the world
We highlighted the scientific results of Francesca Bovolo, Alessandro Cimatti, Manlio De Domenico, Paolo Massa, Fabio Remondino and Carlo Strapparava. The Scopus data analysis was published in the international journal Plos Biology
Fondazione Bruno Kessler researchers Francesca Bovolo, Alessandro Cimatti, Manlio De Domenico, Paolo Massa, Fabio Remondino and Carlo Strapparava rank at the top of the list of the most cited scientists worldwide.
The data was obtained from the study recently published in the international journal PLOS Biology by Jeroen Baas, Kevin Boyack and John Ioannidis (Stanford University).
The analysis was carried out thanks to the Scopus international scientific research database and updated with the standardized citation indicators for 2019. Researchers were classified into 22 fields and 176 scientific sub-fields.
In particular, FBK researchers are among the 2% of the most cited for their scientific publications in the fields of Artificial Intelligence & Image Processing, Geological & Geomatics Engineering, Nuclear & Particle Physics.