Ranking for Computer Science & Electronics in MIT

There are 96 scholars
Website : https://www.mit.edu
Established : 1861

The ranking is based on h-index, citations and number of DBLP documents gathered by August 5th 2021.

This ranking features all top computer scientists affiliated with MIT. There is a total of 96 scholars with h-index >=40 included with 36 of them also being listed in the world ranking. The total sum for the H-index values for leading scientists in MIT is 6717 with a mean value for the h-index of 69.97. The total sum for the DBLP publications for top scientists in MIT is 17648 with a mean value for DBLP publications is 183.83.

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

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Facts About MIT

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is a sea-, land- , and space-grant private research university located in Cambridge Massachusetts. Its 166-acre campus sits between Kendall and Central Squares and is situated across the Charles River that flows from Boston’s Back Bay. The university also comprises major off-campus facilities like the Haystack Observatory and MIT Lincoln Laboratory.

MIT was founded in 1861 to help accelerate the industrial revolution that the United States underwent at the time. While chartered by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on April 10, 1861, the developments were delayed due to the Civil War breaking out two days later. The first classes held by the school were in 1865, in the Mercantile Building in Boston.

While the university is notably strong in political science, philosophy, economics, linguistics, and urban studies, it is perhaps best known for its programs in physical sciences and engineering. These include Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Systems, Physics and Astronomy, and Mathematics. Massachusetts Institute of Technology has also been named as the world’s number one university by QS ranking for eight years in a row since 2013.

MIT is a pioneer of some new ways of learning and teaching inside and outside the campus through the invention and use of digital technologies. A forerunner in this category is MITx where MIT partners with edX to offer free online interactive courses from MIT instructors. Other open learning programs include OpenCourseWare that readily offers 2,450+ MIT courses online and MicroMasters program that offers an academic and professional credential for online learners.

MIT is also distinguished for its scientific buildings, including observatories, laboratories, science museums, and even a research nuclear reactor. One example of this is the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory, which was funded by the National Science Foundation. The MIT Nuclear Research Reactor is also considered as one of the most powerful nuclear reactors in the U.S. that are university-based. Moreover, an artificial intelligence research lab has also been under construction on the campus since 2017.

Furthermore, the institution is well-known for its accomplished alumni, researchers, and faculty members. As of October 2020, MIT has churned out 97 Nobel laureates, eight Fields Medalists, 16 Chief Scientists of the U.S. Air Force, and 26 Turing Award winners. In addition, there are also 77 MacArthur Fellows, 29 National Medal of Technology and Innovation winners, and 41 astronauts. The university also shows the strength of its entrepreneurial culture with alumni founding or co-founding notable companies, including HP Inc., Intel, Qualcomm, and Koch Industries.

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National World Scholar #DBLP Citations H-index
16
26

TOMASO POGGIO

MIT
United States
217
123,521
144
18
28

Alex Sandy Pentland

MIT
United States
491
136,385
143
44
68

Hari Balakrishnan

MIT
United States
243
141,808
125
67
98

William T. Freeman

MIT
United States
295
80,226
119
84
126

Daniela Rus

MIT
United States
557
48,135
114
92
135

Antonio Torralba

MIT
United States
297
79,157
112
119
179

Rosalind Picard

MIT
United States
297
65,879
106
121
183

Ronald L. Rivest

MIT
United States
230
147,372
105
144
215

Dimitri Bertsekas

MIT
United States
125
112,813
101
149
222

Samuel Madden

MIT
United States
321
57,712
101
155
232

Alan S. Willsky

MIT
United States
270
65,897
100
178
278

Srini Devadas

MIT
United States
349
37,131
97
189
296

David Karger

MIT
United States
259
68,065
95
190
298

Frans Kaashoek

MIT
United States
181
59,903
95
191
303

Robert C. Miller

MIT
United States
138
45,818
95
230
368

Ramesh Raskar

MIT
United States
369
34,900
92
234
374

John Tsitsiklis

MIT
United States
207
58,084
91
237
379

Dimitris Bertsimas

MIT
United States
220
41,810
91
243
390

Jonathan P. How

MIT
United States
325
33,490
91
266
427

Moe Win

MIT
United States
420
40,619
89
269
431

Fredo Durand

MIT
United States
232
37,180
89
302
496

Edward H Adelson

MIT
United States
81
54,614
86
348
575

Jean-Jacques Slotine

MIT
United States
201
66,690
83
354
582

Pattie Maes

MIT
United States
304
43,615
83
430
717

Robert Morris

MIT
United States
104
72,212
79
436
725

Eric Grimson

MIT
United States
169
42,832
79
466
773

Piotr Indyk

MIT
United States
249
37,122
78
494
810

Nancy Lynch

MIT
United States
359
40,150
77
496
812

Muriel Medard

MIT
United States
544
35,759
77
500
820

Dina Katabi

MIT
United States
147
30,344
77
505
826

Cynthia Breazeal

MIT
United States
193
26,042
77
509
830

Nicholas Roy

MIT
United States
184
23,741
77
546
892

John Leonard

MIT
United States
163
30,504
75
575
937

Hiroshi ISHII

MIT
United States
229
30,965
74
582
955

Erik Demaine

MIT
United States
634
23,685
74
603
992

David Simchi-Levi

MIT
United States
123
28,034
73
610
1004

Anant Agarwal

MIT
United States
114
24,777
73
619
1022

James Glass

MIT
United States
355
19,640
73
627
1033

Aude Oliva

MIT
United States
66
45,698
72
660
1092

Wanda Orlikowski

MIT
United States
56
71,329
71
661
1093

Daniel Huttenlocher

MIT
United States
101
44,006
71
675
1124

Martin Rinard

MIT
United States
237
20,036
71
677
1132

Wojciech Matusik

MIT
United States
169
19,162
71
694
1163

Saman Amarasinghe

MIT
United States
140
24,178
70
728
1219

Doug Reynolds

MIT
United States
129
32,866
69
758
1285

Rodney A. Brooks

MIT
United States
59
49,134
68
800
1356

David Clark

MIT
United States
119
56,377
67
806
1368

James B. Orlin

MIT
United States
147
33,630
67
830
1421

Eytan Modiano

MIT
United States
331
16,408
67
835
1430

Charles E. Leiserson

MIT
United States
121
94,851
66
886
1532

Gregory Wornell

MIT
United States
228
41,216
65
897
1549

Asuman Ozdaglar

MIT
United States
202
24,920
65
934
1626

Berthold Horn

MIT
United States
69
52,313
64
940
1638

Tomas Lozano-Perez

MIT
United States
149
30,524
64
952
1662

Joseph Paradiso

MIT
United States
166
20,576
64
993
1751

Joel Emer

MIT
United States
112
21,346
63
1004
1772

Seth Teller

MIT
United States
107
18,085
63
1111
2015

Russ Tedrake

MIT
United States
147
13,819
61
1127
2041

G David Forney

MIT
United States
88
33,385
60
1149
2089

Peter Szolovits

MIT
United States
119
16,988
60
1243
2309

Michael Cusumano

MIT
United States
69
24,894
58
1302
2437

Pablo A. Parrilo

MIT
United States
137
22,755
57
1305
2443

Vinod Vaikuntanathan

MIT
United States
211
21,348
57
1317
2471

Henry Lieberman

MIT
United States
158
18,319
57
1393
2630

David G. Stork

MIT
United States
69
16,548
56
1401
2646

Munther Dahleh

MIT
United States
157
15,176
56
1452
2759

Anuradha Annaswamy

MIT
United States
127
18,353
55
1513
2918

Sanjay Sarma

MIT
United States
72
14,590
54
1566
3040

Richard Lippmann

MIT
United States
63
30,153
53
1609
3128

Nickolai Zeldovich

MIT
United States
104
13,263
53
1691
3320

Belle Tseng

MIT
United States
94
12,857
52
1701
3343

Suvrit Sra

MIT
United States
137
11,678
52
1836
3681

Polina Golland

MIT
United States
155
16,059
50
1851
3709

James J DiCarlo

MIT
United States
20
13,259
50
1940
3934

Larry Rudolph

MIT
United States
111
11,854
49
1992
4091

Constantinos Daskalakis

MIT
United States
209
7,250
49
2005
4125

Deb Roy

MIT
United States
119
15,978
48
2022
4157

Sertac Karaman

MIT
United States
153
12,332
48
2023
4159

Daniel Jackson

MIT
United States
108
12,269
48
2081
4346

Brian Williams

MIT
United States
160
13,398
47
2096
4373

Stuart Madnick

MIT
United States
143
11,537
47
2113
4421

Mohammad Alizadeh

MIT
United States
85
10,199
47
2124
4450

Patrick Jaillet

MIT
United States
147
9,556
47
2153
4546

Jeremy Kepner

MIT
United States
193
7,564
47
2181
4609

Michel Goemans

MIT
United States
111
14,105
46
2311
4988

Ronitt Rubinfeld

MIT
United States
184
8,857
45
2418
5308

Lorenzo Rosasco

MIT
United States
146
8,322
44
2460
5456

Alan Edelman

MIT
United States
63
15,546
43
2577
5815

Sangbae Kim

MIT
United States
70
9,590
42
2579
5821

John W. Fisher III

MIT
United States
119
9,355
42
2619
5919

Dov Dori

MIT
United States
162
7,216
42
2646
6019

Alexander Rakhlin

MIT
United States
126
5,765
42
2688
6112

Una-May O'Reilly

MIT
United States
163
8,796
41
2754
6327

Vivienne Sze

MIT
United States
79
10,652
40
2773
6380

Lalana Kagal

MIT
United States
81
7,636
40
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