National and Kapodistrian University of Athens ranked 74th in the world

10 February 2020
224 Views

The National and Kapodistrian University of Athens is ranked 74th in the world based on recent results of Webometrics’ “Top Universities by Top Google Scholar Citations”, released at the end of January 2020. The table includes 4,320 universities, including 28 Greek universities.

The National and Kapodistrian University of Athens is ranked 74th in the world, 11th in Europe and first among Greek institutions, with 2,039,623 citations.

This ranking is compiled based on the number of citations of the research work of the professors and researchers of the institutions, a number that is identified through the most popular academic bibliography search engine, GoogleScholar. Citation data for this ranking were collected during the 10-day period of 10-20 January 2020.

Therefore, the number of citations and the ranking of each university is calculated by the sum of citations of the first 110 profiles of university professors and researchers minus the citations of the first ten profiles.

As the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens noted, it is “particularly striking” that its number of cross-references covers 33 percent of all thirty-four Greek universities included in the ranking.

You may be interested

Greek Foreign Ministry presents demarche to Turkish ambassador
GREECE
shares10 views
GREECE
shares10 views

Greek Foreign Ministry presents demarche to Turkish ambassador

makis - Jun 01, 2020

A demarche was presented to the Turkish ambassador at the Greek Foreign Affairs Ministry earlier on Monday, related to requests…

Germany: Muslim migrants rape 14-year-old, sexually assault 13-year-old, get 3 1/2 years prison
GREECE
shares68 views
GREECE
shares68 views

Germany: Muslim migrants rape 14-year-old, sexually assault 13-year-old, get 3 1/2 years prison

Panos - Jun 01, 2020

Once they get out, they will become loyal, stable, productive members of German society, no? No. Because nothing whatsoever will…

Massive, rotating disk Galaxy spotted 12.3 billion light-years away
WORLD
shares28 views
WORLD
shares28 views

Massive, rotating disk Galaxy spotted 12.3 billion light-years away

Panos - Jun 01, 2020

DLA0817g, nicknamed the Wolfe Disk after the astronomer Arthur M. Wolfe, was identified when ALMA examined the light from a…

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.