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EE Professors Named Highly Cited Researcher by Thomson Reuters

EE Professors Named Highly Cited Researcher by Thomson Reuters

TR Highly Cited

TR Highly Cited

Three Electrical Engineering faculty members, Professors Tastuo ItohAli H. Sayed, and Stanley Osher, have been recognized by Thomson Reuters as Highly Cited Researchers in their recently released listing. According to the ranking methodology, researchers in the list are internationally renowned experts who have published influential articles that are ranked among the top 1 percent of the most cited works in their fields. The study assessed papers indexed during an 11-year period between 2002 and 2012. Professors Itoh and Sayed belong to the Engineering area of study while Professor Osher is categorized under Mathematics and Computer Science.

Prof. Itoh is a Distinguished Professor and Northrop Grumman Chair in Electrical Engineering.  His research is in the areas of Microwave and millimeter wave electronics, guided wave structures, low power wireless electronics, integrated passive components and antennas. He ranks #1 author based on Microsoft’s Academic Search in the area of Electrical and Electronic Engineering for all years around the world with 10,261 citations.

Prof. Sayed is Professor and Past Chairman of Electrical Engineering and heads the UCLA Adaptive Systems Laboratory. He is recognized internationally for his contributions to the broad area of statistical signal processing. His research involves several fields of inquiry including adaptation and learning, network science, information processing theories, and biologically-inspired designs. His research work has been recognized with several awards in recent years.

Prof. Osher is a Distinguished Professor in the Mathematics department with a joint appointment in the Electrical Engineering department. His research spans the areas of  innovative numerical methods to solve partial differential equations, especially those whose solutions have steep gradients, analysis of these algorithms, and the underlying P.D.E.'s and applications to various areas of engineering, physics and image processing.

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