December 17, 2020
Four Physical Science Division (PSD) scientists ranked among the most cited University of Chicago scholars, according to Google Scholar. Researchers included on the list have public Google Scholar profiles with verified email addresses at UChicago.
|University Ranking||Name||Research Field(s)||Citations|
Deputy Dean of Computing, Physical Sciences Division, and Research Professor, Enrico Fermi Institute
|High Energy Physics, Distributed Computing, Advanced Cyberinfrastructure||Cited by 292140|
Electronics Engineer, Enrico Fermi Institute
|Electronics Design for High Energy Physics & Cosmological Physics||Cited by 275701|
Professor, Department of Physics and Enrico Fermi Institute
|Particle Physics||Cited by 231259|
Arthur Holly Compton Distinguished Service Professor, Department of Computer Science
Division Director, Distinguished Fellow, Data Science and Learning Division, Argonne
|Computer Science, Computational Science, Distributed Computing, Data Science||Cited by 124189|
Gardner, Tang, and Oreglia are all part of the US ATLAS collaboration, which consists of 3000 scientists from 182 institutions and 38 countries. In 2012, physicists from the ATLAS experiment, a particle detector at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, announced that they’d observed a new particle in the search for the Standard Model Higgs boson. This paper, published in Physics Letters B, has been cited 28508 times, according to Google Scholar, a count which includes merged citations.