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Florida Poly in Lakeland has five researchers recognized in top 2 … – The Ledger

Five researchers from Florida Polytechnic University have been recognized as being among the top 2% of scientists globally on a prestigious annual list compiled by Stanford University. The findings are published in PLOS Biology.
It is the third year Florida Poly researchers were recognized on the list of world’s top scientists, the school said in a news release. The recognitions were in two categories: work and citations in the last year and work and citations over a scientist’s entire career.
Ajeet Kaushik, assistant professor of environmental engineering, and Muhammad Rashid, professor of electrical and computer engineering, were recognized for work and citations over their careers. Each has also previously been named to the list of top scientists over the course of a year.
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Four researchers made the list of top researchers for the past year: Md Selim Habib, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering; Hisham Mahmood, assistant professor of cybersecurity and electrical engineering; Patrick Zhang, director of research, mining and beneficiation at Florida Poly’s Florida Industrial and Phosphate Research Institute; and Kaushik.
Rashid has published more than 160 technical papers and 27 books, which have been translated into dozens of languages and are being used by more than 50 universities, the release said.
Kaushik, a specialist in nanotechnology, has published 250 technical papers and 10 books and has held 10 editorial positions at journals.


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