Tirupati : Mohan Babu University proudly announces the extraordinary achievement of Dr. N. Manikandan, an esteemed faculty member and distinguished Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. Recognized among the top 2% of global scientists in the world list released by Stanford University for 2023, Dr. Manikandan’s accomplishment is a testament to his exceptional contributions to the field.
Stanford University, USA, has released the list of the World’s Top 2% scientists in all fields. This esteemed ranking relies on the bibliometric information in the Scopus database encompassing 2,10,000+ researchers globally from a pool of around 9 million scientists. The evaluation considers 22 scientific fields and 176 subfields to determine this prestigious list. Notably, 4,635 researchers from India are included in this ranking.
Dr. Manikandan’s profound impact in Mechanical Engineering is evident through his extensive portfolio, including 99 indexed publications, nearly 1000 citations, an impressive H-index of 16, and the creation of 12 patented designs. These accomplishments demonstrate Dr. Manikandan’s innovative prowess and significant contributions to the field. Moreover, his recognition extends beyond personal achievement, symbolizing Mohan Babu University’s steadfast dedication to fostering academic excellence and promoting innovative research initiatives.
Prof Satish, Dean School of Engineering and Computing of Mohan Babu University, expresses immense pride, stating, “Dr. Manikandan’s remarkable achievement brings great honour to the University. The entire MBU community congratulates him for this well-deserved recognition. His inclusion in Stanford University’s esteemed list of top scientists serves as inspiration, reinforcing our commitment to nurturing exceptional talent and fostering ground-breaking research.”
With a distinguished 31-year legacy, Mohan Babu University, known for its eminent faculty, offers over 108 graduate and postgraduate programs, catering to a vibrant community of more than 15,000 students within its expansive 100+ acres campus.