University of Melbourne

University of Melbourne

Computer Science Ranking

Australia Established: 1853 Scholars: 21
Top Scientists Overview

Top scientists

The ranking is based on h-index, citations and number of DBLP documents gathered by August 9th 2021.

This ranking lists all top computer scientists affiliated with University of Melbourne. There is a total of 21 researchers included with 3 of them also being included in the global ranking. The total sum for the H-index values for top scientists in University of Melbourne is 1194 with a mean value for the h-index of 56.86. The total sum for the DBPL publications for top scientists in University of Melbourne is 4966 with a mean value for DBLP publications is 236.48.

Note that the research institution or university for a scientist is set based on the affiliation data featured on their Google Scholar profile.

Overview

The University of Melbourne is the leading public research university in Australia. It was established in 1853 in Parkville, a suburb to the north of Melbourne’s central business district. Its founders molded it after the ideals of mid-nineteenth century higher education institutions that espoused a non-religious approach to education.

Aside from Parkville, the institution runs six other campuses spread across the state of Victoria: Southbank, Burnley, Hawthorne, Werribee, Creswick, Shepparton, and Dookie.

The university’s academic division is split into 10 subject areas. Some of these are Architecture, Building, and Planning; Arts; Business and Economics; Fine Arts and Music; Law; and Science. These are further broken down into 30 faculties and schools, all of which are further connected to the university’s 24 research platforms. A few of these are the Melbourne Data Analytics Platform, Social and Cultural Informatics Platform, Melbourne Biomedical Imaging Capability, and the plant growth facilities.

The institution supports multidisciplinary research. To that end, it established five institutes dedicated to the study of disability, energy, knowledge, social equity, and sustainable society. There is also the Indigenous Knowledge Institute, which is committed to uncovering more about the indigenous people’s knowledge systems. It is especially committed to developing curricula that integrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures.

The University of Melbourne carries out a project it calls the Hallmark Research Initiatives. This project tackles challenges in affordable housing, the nutritional needs of the growing global population, environmental sustainability in the building sector, and stateless groups of people. One of the ongoing research in this initiative looks at mycelium as a sustainable building material.

Those who want to collaborate on research beyond Australia can do so through the institution’s international research partnerships. The university works with scientists and researchers in China, India, several countries in Europe, Turkey, Israel, Namibia, Peru, and the United States. For example, researchers from the university and their Turkey counterparts are engaged in preserving artefacts from Gallipoli.

To support its students and researchers in their academic endeavors and scientific inquiries, the institution set up 11 libraries and 12 museums that are spread across its seven campuses. The University provides avenues for leisure activities through its more than 200 clubs or societies. And if the students are into sports, they can play lacrosse, fencing, badminton, soccer, hockey, and more. They can even go mountaineering, skiing, and surfboarding with the assistance of Melbourne University Sport.

World
National
Scholar
H-index
Citations
Articles on DBLP
23 World 1 National Rajkumar Buyya

Rajkumar Buyya

University of Melbourne, Australia
H-index 145 Citations 111,876 703
357 World 6 National James C. Bezdek

James C. Bezdek

University of Melbourne, Australia
H-index 91 Citations 69,593 218
950 World 19 National Justin Zobel

Justin Zobel

University of Melbourne, Australia
H-index 73 Citations 21,076 255
1760 World 41 National Ramamohanarao (Rao) Kotagiri

Ramamohanarao (Rao) Kotagiri

University of Melbourne, Australia
H-index 62 Citations 16,421 447
1803 World 42 National M. Palaniswami

M. Palaniswami

University of Melbourne, Australia
H-index 61 Citations 27,684 287
1865 World 45 National Dragan Nesic

Dragan Nesic

University of Melbourne, Australia
H-index 61 Citations 15,792 260
2075 World 52 National Timothy Baldwin

Timothy Baldwin

University of Melbourne, Australia
H-index 59 Citations 15,781 307
2464 World 64 National Alistair Moffat

Alistair Moffat

University of Melbourne, Australia
H-index 56 Citations 18,845 271
2540 World 69 National Uwe Aickelin

Uwe Aickelin

University of Melbourne, Australia
H-index 56 Citations 12,920 342
3753 World 105 National Marcello La Rosa

Marcello La Rosa

University of Melbourne, Australia
H-index 49 Citations 11,028 144
3951 World 109 National Christopher Leckie

Christopher Leckie

University of Melbourne, Australia
H-index 48 Citations 11,389 249
4042 World 1992 National Wendy Chapman

Wendy Chapman

University of Utah, United States
H-index 48 Citations 8,775 125
4100 World 115 National Trevor Cohn

Trevor Cohn

University of Melbourne, Australia
H-index 48 Citations 6,919 194
4416 World 124 National Saman K. Halgamuge

Saman K. Halgamuge

University of Melbourne, Australia
H-index 46 Citations 10,818 122
5099 World 148 National Vassilis Kostakos

Vassilis Kostakos

University of Melbourne, Australia
H-index 44 Citations 7,385 206
5182 World 151 National Peter B. Seddon

Peter B. Seddon

University of Melbourne, Australia
H-index 43 Citations 13,602 54
5271 World 153 National James Bailey

James Bailey

University of Melbourne, Australia
H-index 43 Citations 9,049 282
5315 World 155 National Tansu Alpcan

Tansu Alpcan

University of Melbourne, Australia
H-index 43 Citations 8,234 179
5445 World 159 National Frank Vetere

Frank Vetere

University of Melbourne, Australia
H-index 43 Citations 6,284 156
5713 World 173 National Steve Howard

Steve Howard

University of Melbourne, Australia
H-index 42 Citations 6,433 87
6049 World 186 National Hugh E Williams

Hugh E Williams

University of Melbourne, Australia
H-index 41 Citations 5,551 66
6202 World 193 National Stephan Winter

Stephan Winter

University of Melbourne, Australia
H-index 40 Citations 6,979 137

Our research was coordinated by Imed Bouchrika, PhD, a computer scientist with a well-established record of collaboration on a number of international research projects with different partners from the academic community. His role was to make sure all data remained unbiased, accurate, and up-to-date.

We list only scientists having H-Index>=40 within the area of Computer Science and Electronics. If you or other scholars are not listed, we appreciate if you can contact us