To generate the list, the company analyzed citation data over 11 years (2002-2012) to identify researchers whose published work has had enormous impact.
The following UC Riverside researchers were included among some 3,200 individuals who published the greatest number of highly cited papers in one of 21 broad fields:
Roya Bahreini, an assistant professor of atmospheric sciences, was included in the "Geosciences" field.
Highly cited papers rank in the top 1 percent by citations for their field and year of publication.
Bahreini's research interests include airborne, ground-based and laboratory measurements of aerosol composition and microphysical properties; air quality; and aerosol direct- and indirect-effects on climate. Bailey-Serres works on providing modern solutions to agricultural challenges by unraveling the complexities of plant response to environmental challenges. Haddon's lab focuses on the electronic structure and properties of molecules and materials, with emphasis on transport, magnetism, superconductivity, device fabrication and miniaturization, and the discovery of new classes of materials. Ren's research is directed at multi-agent systems, cyber-physical systems, cooperative control, distributed control, networked control systems, autonomous vehicles, and robotics. Yin's research focuses on the synthesis of nanomaterials, a class of materials with special properties stemming from their nanoscale morphological features.
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