Pakistani scientist ranks top percent of computer scientists


Pakistani researcher Dr Mubashir Rehmani was ranked among the top percent of computer science researchers by Clarivate for the second year.

Dr Rehmani is Senior Lecturer in the Computer Science Department at the Technological University of Munster (MTU).

MTU, in a tweet, said Mubashir Rehmani was shortlisted for the 2021 annual Highly Cited Scholars list of Clarivate, a US-based web analytics company that provides analytics in research areas. scientific and academic.

His work has been cited 3,944 times by 132 publications.

According to Clarivate, the assistant speaker has researched the topics of blockchain, computing, cybersecurity, engineering, Internet of Things, smart grid, telecommunications, wireless networks and wireless sensor networks, among others.

MTU said in a statement: “He has written more than 132 peer-reviewed articles, 11 of which are among Clarivate’s most cited articles. His performance in this context is in the top 1% of Cross-Field. More precisely, in the field of computing, telecommunications and engineering. His research has been recognized internationally and he is the recipient of several awards for best article ”.

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This year’s Clarivate list includes 24 Nobel Laureates, including five announced this year. Also included are 77 citation laureates: people recognized by Clarivate, through citation analysis, as “of the Nobel class” and potential Nobel Prize recipients, the MTU said.

Former Pakistani skipper Shahid Afridi, the Pakistani Embassy in Ireland and the US Consulate in Karachi, among others, congratulated the Pakistani IT specialist.

“You made us all proud, keep up the hard work and AI, you will have more success to come,” Afridi tweeted.

The US Consulate in Karachi wrote: “.

“Good way, Moubashir! “

Seasoned journalist Rauf Klasra said: “This is a great achievement and a proud moment for all of us. Well done Rehmani sb. Proud of you.”

Another journalist, Zarrar Khuhro also congratulated him.


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