Royal Institute of Technology

Royal Institute of Technology

- Engineering and Technology Ranking

Sweden Established: 1827 Scholars: 25
Best Scientists Overview

Best scientists

Position in the ranking is based on each scientist’s D-index using data compiled from Microsoft Graph by December 6th 2021.

This ranking lists all the best researchers from the Engineering and Technology discipline and affiliated with Royal Institute of Technology. There are a total of 25 researchers included with 6 of them also being included in the global ranking. The total sum for the D-index values for the best scientists in Royal Institute of Technology is 1,026 with a mean value for the h-index of 41.04. The total sum of publications for the best scientists in Royal Institute of Technology is 4,446 with the mean value for publications per scientist of 177.84.

Overview

Royal Institute of Technology

Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) is a public research university in Stockholm, Sweden. Founded in 1827, KTH is the largest technical academic institution in Sweden recognized for its engineering programs. It is one of the highly regarded technical universities in Sweden, Europe, and internationally.

Royal Institute of Technology Key Statistics

KTH has five schools with more than 17 departments. It offers one undergraduate, 61 master’s, and one Ph.D. degree program. These academic units include the School of Architecture and the Built Environment, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, School of Engineering Sciences, School of Industrial Engineering and Management, and School of Engineering Sciences in Chemistry, Biotechnology, and Health.

The university has more than 13,500 students with over 1,700 Ph.D. students. About 21% of the student population are international students. It houses around 950 faculty with a student-faculty ratio of 14:1 and about 3,600 administrative and support staff.

Other Royal Institute of Technology key statistics include its full-service library that holds more than 150,000 printed books, journals, and other reference materials. It likewise provides access to 250,000 e-books, 100 databases, and 11,000 subscriptions to e-journals.

Royal Institute of Technology Research

KTH belongs to the top 25% world-leading and internationally excellent research universities in the United Kingdom. It has very high research activity and output with around £17.2 million in research grants annually. It maintains and strengthens national and international partnerships and collaborations with other universities in the United States, Canada, Australia, and Hong Kong. These include Yale University, the University of Toronto, the University of Melbourne, and the University of Hong Kong.

The university’s top three research fields are computer science, physics, and engineering. Its research has been published in publications like Science, The Astrophysical Journal, and Nature. Royal Institute of Technology research teams have been invited to attend/present papers at prestigious conferences like the Conference on Decision and Control, International Conference on Robotics and Automation, and Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.

The most cited research publication of the Royal Institute of Technology is Mitola and Maguire’s (1999) "Cognitive radio: Making software radios more personal," published in IEEE Personal Communications. This scholarly output received a total of 11,600 citations.

The second most cited scholarly output is Rockstrom et al.’s (2009) “A safe operating space for humanity,” published in Nature. A total of 10,739 articles, books, and other publications cited this scholarly output.

The third most cited publication from the Royal Institute of Technology is Weibull's (1951) "A statistical distribution function of wide applicability," published in the Journal of Applied Mechanics. It has generated a total of 10,383 citations.

Its other most cited publications include Lindblad’s (1976) “On the generators of quantum dynamical semigroups” (Communications in Mathematical Physics, 7,766 citations) and Pronk et al.’s (2013) “GROMACS 4.5” (Bioinformatics, 7,407 citations).

KTH also has five national strategic research areas, namely e-science, IT and mobile communication, transport research, production engineering, and molecular bioscience. Likewise, it has over eight centers. These include the Centre for Traffic Research, the Centre for Building Efficiency, and the Centre for Transport Studies.
World
National
Scholar
D-index D-index (Discipline H-index) only includes papers and citation values for an examined discipline in contrast to General H-index which accounts for publications across all disciplines.
Citations
Publications
120 World 2 National Jinyue Yan

Jinyue Yan

Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
D-index 82 Citations 25,390 561
315 World 6 National Lihui Wang

Lihui Wang

Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
D-index 69 Citations 15,776 464
695 World 11 National Göran Stemme

Göran Stemme

Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
D-index 59 Citations 13,102 315
752 World 13 National Johan Sundberg

Johan Sundberg

Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
D-index 58 Citations 11,003 203
916 World 17 National Bo Sundman

Bo Sundman

Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
D-index 56 Citations 19,454 148
977 World 18 National Mikael Johansson

Mikael Johansson

Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
D-index 55 Citations 16,655 304
1824 World 20 National Göran Finnveden

Göran Finnveden

Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
D-index 46 Citations 11,556 96
2214 World 24 National Lanru Jing

Lanru Jing

Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
D-index 43 Citations 8,518 103
2216 World 23 National Björn Palm

Björn Palm

Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
D-index 43 Citations 5,869 186
2504 World 27 National Claes Johnson

Claes Johnson

Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
D-index 40 Citations 9,313 71
3380 World 35 National Ivars Neretnieks

Ivars Neretnieks

Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
D-index 35 Citations 7,082 129
3661 World 38 National Peter Larsson

Peter Larsson

Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
D-index 34 Citations 5,659 82
3827 World 40 National Weihong Yang

Weihong Yang

Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
D-index 34 Citations 4,476 148
4294 World 46 National Oscar Quevedo-Teruel

Oscar Quevedo-Teruel

Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
D-index 33 Citations 3,399 114
4452 World 48 National Lars K. Rasmussen

Lars K. Rasmussen

Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
D-index 33 Citations 5,217 222
4670 World 55 National Vladimir Cvetkovic

Vladimir Cvetkovic

Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
D-index 32 Citations 4,516 91
4797 World 56 National Mats Sandberg

Mats Sandberg

Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
D-index 32 Citations 5,554 100
5817 World 69 National Bo Wahlberg

Bo Wahlberg

Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
D-index 31 Citations 6,521 202
5818 World 67 National Rahmatollah Khodabandeh

Rahmatollah Khodabandeh

Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
D-index 31 Citations 2,558 78
6395 World 75 National Gerald Q. Maguire Jr.

Gerald Q. Maguire Jr.

Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
D-index 30 Citations 16,565 166
6482 World 77 National Gustav Amberg

Gustav Amberg

Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
D-index 30 Citations 3,556 110
6515 World 78 National Dan Zenkert

Dan Zenkert

Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
D-index 30 Citations 3,153 86
6601 World 76 National Gunnar Karlsson

Gunnar Karlsson

Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
D-index 30 Citations 7,241 150
7063 World 90 National Xiaoming Hu

Xiaoming Hu

Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
D-index 30 Citations 6,361 195
7066 World 83 National Zhibo Pang

Zhibo Pang

Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
D-index 30 Citations 4,727 122

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.

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