Forty-Seven Vietnamese Scientists Honored Among the 100,000 Most-Cited Researchers

February 13, 2024

This is the fifth consecutive year that two scientists, Le Hoang Son and Nguyen Dinh Duc of Vietnam National University in Hanoi, have been honored. Professor Nguyen Dinh Duc. Photo: Hai TranThe list also included two new members, Associate Professor Pham Van Viet (HCMC University of Technology, ranked 57,893rd); and Associate Professor Bui Xuan Thanh (Polytechnic University, Vietnam National University, HCMC, ranked 98,112nd ). Foreign scientists working at Vietnamese universities, such as DTU, Ton Duc Thang University, VinUni University, and the HCMC University of Economics were also on the list. The individuals were selected by a group of scientists led by Professor John PA Ioannidis from Stanford University.

 

Vietnam now has seven scientists ranked in the top 10,000, an increase of 5 since 2022, including Associate Professor Hoang Anh Tuan (HCMC University of Technology, ranked 1,119th); Associate Professor Tran Xuan Bach (Hanoi Medical University, ranked 3,240th); Dr. Pham Thai Binh (the University of Transport Technology, ranked 4,444th); Dr. Hoang Nhat Duc (Duy Tan University, ranked 5,551st); Professor Nguyen Dinh Duc (Vietnam National University in Hanoi, ranked 5,657th); Dr. Tran Nguyen Hai (Duy Tan University, ranked 6,669th) and Associate Professor Le Hoang Son (Vietnam National University, Hanoi, ranked 6,982nd).

 

This is the fifth consecutive year that two scientists, Le Hoang Son and Nguyen Dinh Duc of Vietnam National University in Hanoi,  have been honored.

 

Professor Nguyen Dinh Duc. Photo: VNU

 

Many of the rankings increased sharply this year. Associate Professor Hoang Anh Tuan (HCMC University of Technology ranked 1,119th, up from 17,415th); Associate Professor Tran Xuan Bach (Hanoi Medical University, ranked 3.240th, up from 12,132nd); Dr. Tran Nguyen Hai (Duy Tan University, ranked 6,669th, up from 13,713th); Dr. Pham Thai Binh (University of Transport Technology ranked 4,444th, up from 47,240th); Dr. Vuong Quan Hoang (Phenikaa University, ranked 31,057th, up from 61,452nd); Dr. Vo Nguyen Dai Viet (Nguyen Tat Thanh University, ranked 35,261st, up from 93,438th); and Dr. Chu Dinh Toi (International School, Hanoi National University, ranked 44,378th, up from 66,906th).

 

Dr. Tran Nguyen Hai, member of the Editorial Board of 12 ISI standard journals. Photo: Hai Tran

 

The list also included two new members, Associate Professor Pham Van Viet (HCMC University of Technology, ranked 57,893rd); and Associate Professor Bui Xuan Thanh (Polytechnic University, Vietnam National University, HCMC, ranked 98,112nd ). Foreign scientists working at Vietnamese universities, such as DTU, Ton Duc Thang University, VinUni University, and the HCMC University of Economics were also on the list.

 

Dr. Vuong Quan Hoang. Photo:  Phenikaa University.

 

The Scopus database, with data from 1960 up to October 2023 was used to identify the top 100,000 most influential scientists. The criteria measure factors such as the scientific influence index worldwide, the total number of citations; the Hirsch h-index; the Schreiber HM-index; the number of citations for articles published as sole author; and the number of citations for articles as the lead and final authors. The list of scientists is divided into 22 main fields and 174 sub-fields, by discipline and specialties, and each of them must have published a minimum of 5 articles.

 

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This year, an increasing number of scientists working in Vietnam appeared on the list of the most influential 100,000 worldwide, published by the Elsevier Publishing House, owner of the Scopus database. The individuals were selected by a group of scientists led by Professor John PA Ioannidis from Stanford University. Of the 64 of listed, 47 were Vietnamese, with a total increase of 12 since last year.

The source of this news is from Duy Tan University

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