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31 academics from AGU top the ranking

31 academics from Arabian Gulf University topped the ranking of the best universities in the year 2021 according to the 2021 AD Scientific Index global classification, where 115 researchers came in the list at the level of the Kingdom of Bahrain, 50% of the top ten of them belong to Arabian Gulf University, based on the degrees of the H index. The I10 and Google Scholar citations from Google Scholar in the last five years.


According to this classification, Prof. Randa Hamadeh ranked second in the Kingdom of Bahrain, Prof. Moiz Bakhit ranked fourth, and Prof. Khaled Gerish ranked fifth in this classification among 708552 researchers from different countries of the world.

Five academics from Arabian Gulf University advanced in the first ten ranks in the Kingdom of Bahrain according to the international classification, which depends on the analysis of the scientific performance of academic researchers in various countries of the world, and the measurement of the scientific and research achievements of scientists and academics in 256 academic scientific branches in 11910 universities in 195 countries. in addition to its dependence on the added value of scientific productivity in universities and academic institutions, the degrees of citation of researchers from scientific research, and the number of publications containing at least 10 citations for each academic researcher.

The President of Arabian Gulf University, Dr. Khalid bin Abdulrahman Alohali, attributed this achievement, which is added to the university's balance of achievements, to the efforts being made to support qualitative scientific research, as two million Bahraini dinars were allocated within the Scientific Research Support Fund to support scientific research for members of the university's academic staff and the university's keenness to select the elite From the professor to work in her faculties according to precise standards, and encourage them to exert and achieve, attend international conferences and build international partnerships in support of these general strategic efforts, noting that this global classification enables researchers, academics and universities to identify their academic rankings at the global level, and at the same time enables them to monitor Developments in the ranking are constantly.

In detail, the name of Prof. Randa Hamadeh came first at the level of female academies and second at the level of Bahrain, as her research was cited 63,921 times, and her rank in H INDEX was 53rd, while Prof. Moiz Bakhit ranked fourth on the Bahrain level, and the first in the list of male professors of the Arabian Gulf University, where his research was cited 6775 times, and his rank in H INDEX was 43rd, and in the fifth rank was the name of Professor Dr. Khaled Gerish, where his research was cited 7976 times, and his rank in H INDEX 37th rank.

The Alper-Doger Scientific Index, unlike other indicators and classifications that provide assessments for journals and universities, is a classification and analysis system based on scientific performance and the added value of scientific productivity for scientists. It also provides ratings for institutions based on the scientific achievements of scientists, and the AD scientific index is The first and only study to show scientists' total productivity coefficients in the last five years based on h and i10 index scores and citations in Google Scholar. Moreover, the index provides ranking and evaluation of scholars in academic subjects and branches in 11,910 universities, 195 countries, regions and the world.

According to the ranking of researchers in the classification, Dr. Sebastian Touraine came in eighth place, where his research was cited 2586 times, while Prof. Dr. Abdel Halim DEIFALLA ranked 10th, where his research was cited 3064 times, and in the 11th place came Prof. Adel Bouhoula, where his research was cited 2176 times. Dr. Kumar Bhutto was ranked 13th, with his research cited 1,630 times, followed by Prof. Reginald Sequeira, whose research was cited 2,101 times.

Prof. Dr. Abdulaziz Elamin came in the 15th place, while Dr. Amjad Al-Baz was in the 17th place, followed by Dr. Mcmillan Durugbo in the 18th place, then Prof. Dr. Khaled Al-Khaja in the 19th place, and in the 20th place, Prof. Al-Dahmani Fathallah, and in 24th place Dr. Kenan Cerandon.

Then, and in the 26th place, the former academic Dr. Mohamed Sabry came in the 29th place, and Prof. Waheeb Al-Naser came in the 29th place, and Prof. Odeh Al-Jayousi came in the 39th place, followed by Dr. Abdel-Hadi Abdel-Wahhab Mohamed in the 41st place, while the late Dr. Saeed Shawar ranked 46, Dr. Rostom Mamlouk ranked 57, Prof. Saud Al Mahmeed ranked 59, Dr. Ahmed Jaradat ranked 61, Dr Dorji Shum ranked 65, and Dr. Yas Al Sultani, the former academic The university ranked 76, Dr. Mohamed Hatni Shehata ranked 78, Dr. Malabeka Roy ranked 79, Dr. Yassin Taym ranked 82, Dr. Cristina Skrypnyk ranked 94, and Dr. Henry James ranked 101, Dr. Yahya Naguib ranked 102 and Dr. Khaled Tabbara ranked 105.

The Hirsch coefficient (h index) in this classification is a criterion for the extent of the spread and importance of scientific research. The higher the P, the more cited by the published research. If someone has a Hirsch coefficient of 10, it means that at least 10 of his papers have been cited more than 10 times, and if it is 100, it means that at least 100 of his papers have been cited more than 1