University of Technology, Sydney

University of Technology, Sydney

Computer Science Ranking

Australia Established: 1988 Scholars: 12
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 Technology, Sydney. There is a total of 12 researchers included with 2 of them also being included in the global ranking. The total sum for the H-index values for top scientists in University of Technology, Sydney is 700 with a mean value for the h-index of 58.33. The total sum for the DBPL publications for top scientists in University of Technology, Sydney is 3122 with a mean value for DBLP publications is 260.17.

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

Overview

Established in 1988, the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) is a public research university of technology. Since its inception, the Australia-based institution has grown tremendously over the years and is now recognized as the highest-performing university in the country.

But UTS’ journey to the pinnacle didn’t begin in 1988, the institution traces its origin to the 1870s when the Sydney Mechanics’ School of Arts founded the Workingman’s College. In 1882, the New South Wales (NWS) government took over the college, to establish the Sydney Technical College—the earliest, known form of UTS.

In 1940, the NSW government passed the Institute of Technology act, which in 1964 led to the formation of the New South Wales Institute of Technology (NSWIT). In 1987, NSWIT was granted university status, and in 1988, a year after the commencement of the University of Technology Act, the institution was officially reconstituted as the University of Technology Sydney.

Since then, the University of Technology Sydney has grown in leaps and bounds to become one of the top-ranked young universities in the world. The institution has a total enrollment of more than 45,000 students, making it one of the largest universities in Australia. It also has 4,174 staff and an alumni base of more than 230,000 (not including some alumni from antecedent institutions).

UTS gives students a catalog of more than 130 undergraduate and over 210 postgraduate courses to choose from. The programs cover a variety of disciplines that include business, education, architecture, communication, engineering, international studies, information technology, and more. Beyond the degree programs, the university has more than 250 exchange agreements. The exchange programs give students the opportunity to study at one of over 185 universities in 42 countries.

UTS is renowned for practice-oriented teaching programs, enduring partnerships with industry-leading professionals, and unwavering focus on high-impact innovation and research.
Its culturally diverse campus life, coupled with vibrant global exchange programs, helps prepare students for the modern workplaces. The university has also invested in world-class research centers that span a wide range of disciplines, including engineering, physical and biological sciences, nanotechnology, design, and sustainability.

One of its most accomplished research centers is the Center for Autonomous Systems—a renowned robot research group. The internationally acclaimed group specializes in robotics research with the goal of making a positive change in the industry, government, and the community. The center has so far received over $15 million in research funding and has one of the most-cited robotics publications in the past 15 years.

World
National
Scholar
H-index
Citations
Articles on DBLP
481 World 9 National Yi Yang

Yi Yang

University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
H-index 86 Citations 26,778 354
983 World 20 National Chin-Teng Lin

Chin-Teng Lin

University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
H-index 72 Citations 25,926 428
1386 World 30 National Amir H. Gandomi

Amir H. Gandomi

University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
H-index 66 Citations 20,467 100
1687 World 38 National Jie LU

Jie LU

University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
H-index 63 Citations 14,115 369
1845 World 44 National Ivor W. Tsang

Ivor W. Tsang

University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
H-index 61 Citations 17,757 243
2062 World 2 National José M. Merigó Lindahl

José M. Merigó Lindahl

University of Chile, Chile
H-index 59 Citations 16,496 161
2375 World 63 National Chengqi Zhang

Chengqi Zhang

University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
H-index 57 Citations 14,549 374
2504 World 67 National Brian Henderson-Sellers

Brian Henderson-Sellers

University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
H-index 56 Citations 14,608 241
3388 World 96 National Longbing Cao

Longbing Cao

University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
H-index 51 Citations 10,093 333
3555 World 101 National Simon J. Buckingham Shum

Simon J. Buckingham Shum

University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
H-index 50 Citations 10,960 117
3930 World 107 National Gamini Dissanayake

Gamini Dissanayake

University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
H-index 48 Citations 13,062 228
4614 World 134 National Mingsheng Ying

Mingsheng Ying

University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
H-index 46 Citations 6,218 147
4972 World 144 National Jinyan Li

Jinyan Li

University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
H-index 44 Citations 10,346 188

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