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ODU's 2022 Most-Cited Researchers – Old Dominion University

More than 70 current and former Old Dominion University faculty members are among the most-cited researchers in the world, according to a Stanford University study.
The study, updated annually since 2019, narrows data on millions of scientists worldwide to identify the top 2% cited in author databases.
For researchers, frequent citation is an indicator of the significance of their findings. As an institution classified as Research 1 by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education, ODU occupies the highest level of research universities in the United States. To be considered R1, universities must meet benchmarks across 10 indicators, including research doctorates awarded, total research expenditures, the aggregate level of research activity and the number of research staff.
“Peer-reviewed publications are an enduring measure of a researcher’s ability to advance knowledge, as well as a university’s collective influence on what we know and how we know it. We are proud to have this tangible evidence of the worldwide impact of ODU’s faculty across multiple academic disciplines,” said Morris Foster, vice president of research at Old Dominion University. Foster is among the most-cited over his career for research in medical anthropology.
Researcher John Ioannidis of Stanford University viewed the number of career citations of scholarly articles from the first year of publication to the end of 2021 to assess career impact. The list was compiled based on a Sept. 1, 2022, snapshot of Scopus, the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature.
The updated list includes two categories: career-long citation impact and current-year impact. Many faculty members are included on both lists.
The first is based on the number of times a scholar’s work is cited throughout their career. Sixty ODU faculty were named in such diverse fields as marketing, aerospace engineering, cybersecurity and ocean and earth sciences.
For the current-year impact, 50 ODU faculty representing disciplines such as psychology, civil engineering, exercise science and chemistry were included.
Scientists were classified into 22 scientific fields and 176 sub-fields.
More than 50 ODU faculty were included in the study published in 2021. Asterisks denote current faculty.
Most-Cited Career Citations
John A. Adam*, Mathematics & Statistics
Ian Balitsky*, Physics
Oktay Baysal*, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Craig A. Bayse*, Chemistry & Biochemistry
Stephen Beebe*, Frank Reidy Research Center for Bioelectrics Research
Peter. F. Bernath*, Chemistry & Biochemistry
David J. Burdige*, Ocean & Earth Sciences
Thomas F. Cash, Psychology
George. T. Csanady, (deceased) Oceanography
Gregory A. Cutter*, Ocean & Earth Sciences
Daniel M. Dauer, Biological Sciences
Abdelmageed Elmustafa*, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Tal Ezer*, Modeling & Simulation Ocean & Earth Sciences
Morris W. Foster*, Vice President for Research
Ann E. Gargett, Ocean, Earth & Atmospheric Sciences
Thomas B. Gatski (deceased), Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Alex Gurevich*, Physics
H. Rodger Harvey*, Ocean, Earth & Atmospheric Sciences
Patrick G. Hatcher*, Chemistry & Biochemistry
Wu He, Information Technology & Decision Sciences
Eileen E. Hofman*, Ocean, Earth & Atmospheric Sciences
Fang Q. Hu*, Mathematics & Statistics
Soad R. Ibrahim*, Computer Science
Khan M. Iftekharuddin*, Dean’s Office, Engineering & Technology
Cynthia M. Jones, Ocean, Earth & Atmospheric Sciences
William Q. Judge*, Management and Entrepreneurship
Sharon Judge, Communication Disorders & Special Education
Charles B. Keating*, Engineering Management & Systems Engineering
John M. Klinck*, Ocean, Earth & Atmospheric Sciences
Michael G. Kong*, Frank Reidy Research Center for Bioelectrics
Sandeep Kumar*, Civil & Environmental Engineering
Murat Kuzlu*, Engineering Technology
Mounir Laroussi*, Electrical & Computer Engineering
James Weifu Lee*, Chemistry & Biochemistry
Ling Li*, Information Technology & Decision Sciences
Li-Shi Luo*, Mathematics & Statistics
Jingdong Mao*, Chemistry & Biochemistry
Sylvain Marsillac*, Electrical & Computer Engineering
Chuh Mei, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Kenneth Mopper*, Chemistry & Biochemistry
ManWo Ng*, Information Technology & Decision Sciences
Nora Noffke*, Ocean & Earth Sciences
Ahmed K. Noor, Computational Modeling and Simulation Engineering
Stephan Olariu*, Computer Science
Shizhi Qian*, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Anatoly Radyushkin*, Physics
Mark W. Scerbo*, Psychology
Rocco Schiavilla*, Physics
Karl H. Schoenbach, Electrical & Computer Engineering
Anusorn Singhapakdi, Marketing
Daniel E. Sonenshine, Biological Sciences
David P. Swain*, Human Movement Sciences
Wayne K. Talley, Economics
P. Thomas Vernier*, Frank Reidy Research Center for Bioelectrics
J. W. Wilson, Physics
George T.F. Wong, Ocean, Earth & Atmospheric Sciences
Willy Wriggers*, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Hongyi Wu, School of Cybersecurity
Chunsheng Xin*, Electrical & Computer Engineering
Li Da Xu*, Information Technology
Most-Cited Current-Year Impact
Ian Balitsky*, Physics
Craig A. Bayse*, Chemistry & Biochemistry
Stephen Beebe*, Frank Reidy Research Center for Bioelectrics Research
Peter F. Bernath*, Chemistry & Biochemistry
Doris U. Bolliger, STEM Education
Raúl A. Briceño*, Physics
David J. Burdige*, Ocean & Earth Sciences
Kent E. Carpenter*, Biological Sciences
Thomas F. Cash, Psychology
Sheri R. Colberg, Human Movement Sciences Exercise Science
Helen Crompton*, Teaching & Learning
Gregory A. Cutter*, Ocean & Earth Sciences
Tal Ezer*, Modeling & Simulation Ocean & Earth Sciences
Catherine R. Glenn*, Psychology
Alex Gurevich*, Physics
Justin A. Haegele*, Human Movement Sciences
Patrick G. Hatcher*, Chemistry & Biochemistry
Wu He, Information Technology & Decision Sciences
Fang Q. Hu*, Mathematics & Statistics
Khan M. Iftekharuddin*, Engineering & Technology
William Q. Judge, Management and Entrepreneurship
Michael G. Kong*, Frank Reidy Research Center for Bioelectrics
Sandeep Kumar*, Civil & Environmental Engineering
Murat Kuzlu*, Engineering Technology
Mounir Laroussi*, Electrical & Computer Engineering
James Weifu Lee*, Chemistry & Biochemistry
Ling Li*, Information Technology & Decision Sciences
Yaohang Li*, Computer Science
Li-Shi Luo*, Mathematics & Statistics
Jingdong Mao*, Chemistry & Biochemistry
Sylvain Marsillac*, Electrical & Computer Engineering
Chuh Mei, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Kenneth Mopper*, Chemistry & Biochemistry
ManWo Ng*, Information Technology & Decision Sciences
Nora Noffke*, Ocean & Earth Sciences
Ahmed K. Noor, Electrical & Computer Engineering
Stephan Olariu*, Computer Science
Andrei G. Pakhomov*, Frank Reidy Center for Bioelectrics
James Paulson*, Psychology
Shizhi Qian*, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Anatoly Radyushkin*, Physics
Karl H. Schoenbach, Electrical & Computer Engineering
Sachin Shetty*, Virginia Modeling, Analysis & Simulation Center
Daniel E. Sonenshine, Biological Sciences
David P. Swain*, Human Movement Sciences
Wayne K. Talley, Economics
P. Thomas Vernier*, Frank Reidy Research Center for Bioelectrics Research Professor
Xixi Wang*, Civil & Environmental Engineering
Li Da Xu*, Information Technology
Richard C. Zimmerman*, Ocean & Earth Sciences
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