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UCLA Electrical Engineering Ranked High by Microsoft Academic Search

Group of FacultyCitation is an acknowledgement of the relevance of an author's work to the research of its peers. The new Microsoft Academic Search website ranks publications and citations by time, geographic locations and organizations.  The ranking shows that UCLA EE faculty is among the top cited authors for the past 10 years across universities and research institutes worldwide.  Gauging from a 10-year period, UCLA EE faculty has produced 1470 publications which has generated 16,939 citations with an H-index of 57. 

"We recognize that publication and citation numbers are only two of many elements that relate to research quality," said Professor Frank Chang, Chair of the UCLA Electrical Engineering Department. "However, we are glad to see that our faculty's research is so widely disseminated and referenced."

Browsing through the website Professor Tatsuo Itoh is found to be the fifth most cited author in the field of Electrical Engineering for the past 10 years around the world.  This is based on his 90 publications cited at a rate of 2,418 with an H-index of 24.  

The other faculty members whose publications have been highly referenced by their peers are Professors Yahya Rahmat-Samii, Behzad Razavi and Asad Abidi.   Navigating further through the roster would show rankings on a wider scale or on specific subject areas. 

The Electrical Engineering Faculty continuously contribute publications through various media: authored books with translation to various languages, papers published in professional and scholarly journals, papers for symposia and online publications.  The faculty has been invited as resource personnel for television and radio shows concerning technical and industrial issues and policies.

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