Ranking for Computer Science & Electronics in University of Toronto

There are 45 scholars
Website : https://utoronto.ca
Established : 1827

The ranking is based on h-index, citations and number of DBLP documents gathered by May 16th 2020

This ranking includes all top computer scientists affiliated with University of Toronto. There is a total of 45 scientists included with 5 of them also being features in the global ranking. The total sum for the H-index values for top scientists in University of Toronto is 2503 with a mean value for the h-index of 55.62. The total sum for the DBLP publications for leading scientists in University of Toronto is 7073 with a mean value for DBLP publications is 157.18.

Please note that the research institution or university for a scholar is set based on the affiliation data featured on their Google Scholar profile.

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Facts About University of Toronto

The University of Toronto is a public research university located in Ontario, Canada. It is one of the Canadian universities belonging to the Association of American Universities, a prestigious organization of research institutions devoted to conserving a strong system of education and academic research.

The university has three main campuses, namely University of Toronto Mississauga, University of Toronto Scarborough, and St. George Campus. Dedicated to fostering an academic community where learning and innovation flourish, the university remains to be one of the world’s top research-intensive universities.

The University of Toronto has a longstanding reputation for research and innovation and is known for its world-class academic performance. It offers a wide range of undergraduate and graduate programs across its three campuses located in the Greater Toronto Area. From medicine and architecture to music and urban studies, the university provides a variety of academic options that suit the unique interests of each student.

Founded in 1827, the university was originally established as a decentralized institution. In its early years, the governing authority of the university was shared among its academic colleges, faculties, and central administration. Unlike most North American institutions, the university is a collegiate university, comprising eleven colleges, each with substantial autonomy on financial and institutional affairs.

In addition, the university serves as the birthplace of Toronto School, an influential school of thought on literary criticism and communication. It is also home to notable scientific research and breakthroughs, such as the identification of the first blackhole Cynus X-1, the development of the NP-completeness theory, multi-touch technology, as well as the first insulin and stem cell research.

Some of the university’s greatest breakthroughs include the launch of the first practical electron microscope built by its physics department in 1938, the development of the infrared chemiluminescence technique for analyzing energy behaviors in chemical reactions, as well as the invention of the G-suit, a life-saving flight suit worn by astronauts and aviators. Today, the university serves as the primary research presence supporting one of the world's largest concentrations of biotechnology firms.

As a globally renowned research institution, the university receives the highest annual scientific research funding among all Canadian universities. It is heavily funded by the federal government, with grants from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council, the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, and Canadian Institutes of Health Research.

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National World Scholar #DBLP Citations H-index
19
551

Baochun Li

University of Toronto
Canada
351
21,372
83
56
1446

Nick Koudas

University of Toronto
Canada
180
18,599
65
60
1507

Wei Yu

University of Toronto
Canada
280
22,126
64
66
1607

Mark S Fox

University of Toronto
Canada
102
18,067
63
82
1890

Steve Mann

University of Toronto
Canada
137
17,430
60
90
2084

Eric Yu

University of Toronto
Canada
223
20,075
58
99
2361

Sanja Fidler

University of Toronto
Canada
163
15,884
56
108
2608

Graeme Hirst

University of Toronto
Canada
151
15,720
54
114
2708

Alex Graves

University of Toronto
Canada
78
69,996
53
134
3035

Stephen Cook

University of Toronto
Canada
120
22,481
51
157
3509

Ben Liang

University of Toronto
Canada
216
9,086
49
160
3543

karan singh

University of Toronto
Canada
179
7,785
49
175
3805

Deepa Kundur

University of Toronto
Canada
156
11,273
47
186
3946

Radford Neal

University of Toronto
Canada
33
38,707
46
201
4211

Allan Borodin

University of Toronto
Canada
148
12,036
45
256
5083

Eyal de Lara

University of Toronto
Canada
103
6,794
42
National World Scholar #DBLP Citations H-index

Our research was coordinated by Imed Bouchrika, PhD, a computer scientist with a well-established record of collaboration on a number of international research projects with different partners from the academic community. His role was to make sure all data remained unbiased, accurate, and up-to-date.

We list only scientists having H-Index>=40 within the area of Computer Science and Electronics. If you or other scholars are not listed, we appreciate if you can contact us