4 faculty members from Near East University takes place in the “Most Influential Scientists of the World” list…

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Added On: 09 September 2020, Wednesday, 08:00
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4 faculty members from Near East University takes place in the “Most Influential Scientists of the World” list…

Four lecturers from Near East University were included in the “World’s Most Influential 100 Thousand Scientists” list published in Plos Biology Magazine.

In the list of most influential 100 thousand scientists of the world, which is prepared by using a composite indicator of scientific impact index composed of variables such as the scientific article number, number of citations, and order of writers and consisting of 22 main fields and 176 subfields, 195 scientists from Turkey universities and only four scientists from the TRNC, who are the academic members of Near East University, enlisted.

According to the statement made by the Press and Public Relations Directorate of Near East University, in the list where the scientific success of nearly 7 million scientists are evaluated and the most influential 100 thousand influential scientists are announced, the Head of the Department of Pharmacognosy and Director of the Institute of Health Sciences Prof. Dr. Kemal Hüsnü Can Başer, from the Faculty of Engineering Prof. Dr. Ebrahim Babaei, Prof. Dr. Derin Orhon from the Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and Prof. Dr. Sameer M. Ikhdair from the field of Physics and Astronomy took place.

The evaluation made according to the international Mendeley indexing system was created in line with the values of publication and citation numbers in the Scopus database and includes data published in 2019.

They are among 195 Turkish Scientists…
Prof. Dr. Kemal Hüsnü Can Başer ranked 22nd, and Prof. Dr. Ebrahim Babaei ranked 62nd, and Prof. Dr. Sameer M. Ikhdair ranked 147th, and Prof. Dr. Derin Orhon ranked 152nd in the list.

4 faculty members from Near East University takes place in the “Most Influential Scientists of the World” list…
Prof. Dr. İrfan Suat Günsel: “We will continue to produce science by pursuing new information with new ideas, questioning what is not asked…”
Near East University Chairman of the Board of Trustees Prof. Dr. İrfan Suat Günsel congratulated the academicians on the list of “The World’s Most Influential 100 Thousand Scientists” and said that it is a great proud to be on the list as a University. Stating that universities are institutions based on reason and science, Prof. Dr. İrfan Suat Günsel said that they are working with the mission of researching, developing, preparing projects, and making inventions together with faculty members and students who are the producers of mind and science.

Prof. Dr. İrfan Suat Günsel said, “With an insight of science, culture and intellectual pioneering, we will continue to pursue new ideas that will enlighten, enrich and benefit the society with an understanding of our age, humanity and nature, and pursue new knowledge by questioning what is not asked. We will continue to be one of the development dynamics of the society by sharing the information we produce, ensuring that it is put into practice.”

Mentioning that universities are the basic elements of scientific knowledge and project production centers in addition to educational activities, Prof. Dr. İrfan Suat Günsel pointed out that Near East University is a university that symbolizes its existence not only with its educational aspects and achievements but also with its researcher identity, by carrying its scientific reputation to the top levels foreseen on a national and international scale and competing in this aspect among the world universities. Noting that they have the vision of the 4th Generation University model, which also enables the integration of academic knowledge into the industry and commercialization, Near East University Chairman of the Board of Trustees Prof. Dr. İrfan Suat Günsel said that they are on the way to becoming a universal-scale qualified institution in producing science.