* Globally top ranked United States’ Stanford University has declared this inclusion in a global list
* Selected from more than 10 million scientists considered to be active worldwide in the previous year
* In terms of the number of faculties covered in this prestigious list; LPU is ahead of many IITs and NITs
* All of these LPU faculty members have achieved a rare global distinction of being world’s “most influential scientists”
Globally top ranked United States’ Stanford University has recognized 22 faculty-members of Lovely Professional University (LPU) amongst World’s Top 2% Scientists. This declaration is made in a global list. All of these faculty members have achieved a rare global distinction of being world’s “most influential scientists”. It is in recognition of their work with contributions made to the field of education and research, in particular.
In terms of the number of faculties appearing in the coveted list, LPU is ahead of many IITs, including IIT Indore (15), IIT Patna (14), IIT Jodhpur (14), IIT Ropar (9), IIT Mandi (9), IIT Gandhinagar (7), IIT Jammu (5), IIT Bhubaneswar (4), IIT Tirupati (3), IIT Goa (3), IIT Bhilai (1), IIT Dharwad (1), IIT Palakkad (4); and, all the NITs except NIT Rourkela (29).
This list is focused on the academic influence of scientists in the previous year. It is considered the most prestigious worldwide. It includes researchers from more than 10 million scientists considered to be active worldwide, with 22 scientific fields and 176 subfields taken into account.
Most of the LPU faculty members are selected for their important researches in the fields of Medicinal & Bio-molecular Chemistry; Artificial Intelligence & Image Processing; Pharmacology & Pharmacy; Materials and more.
Feeling immensely gratified on this rare achievement of faculty members, LPU’s Founder Chancellor & MP Rajya Sabha, Dr Ashok Kumar Mittal congratulated all achievers who are featured in world’s top scientists, in their respective fields. Dr Mittal anticipated that their illustrious works will certainly contribute to the advancement of knowledge, technological innovations and development as per the want of United Nations SDGs. Their theories will help others to comprehend the complexities of the universe, in an easy manner.
LPU’s scientists included in this highly acclaimed list are Prof Dr Ravinder Kumar (Specialization in Energy); Chander Prakash (Materials); Navjeet Kaur (Organic Chemistry); Dhriti Kapoor (Plant Biology & Botany); Joginder Singh (Environmental Sciences); Vijay Mishra (Pharmacology & Pharmacy); Pranav K. Prabhkar (Medicinal & Bio-molecular Chemistry); Gursharan Singh (Bio-technology); Ravindra Jilte (Mechanical Engineering & Transports); Komal Agrawal (Bio-technology); Pushpinder Singh (Artificial Intelligence & Image Processing); Hitesh Vasudev (Materials); Gulshan Kumar (Networking & Telecommunications); Akhil Gupta (Networking & Telecommunications); Sachin Kumar Singh (Pharmacology & Pharmacy); Deepak Kumar (Medicinal & Bio-molecular Chemistry); Monica Gulati (Pharmacology & Pharmacy); Saurabh Satija (Medicinal & Bio-molecular Chemistry); Rubiya Khursheed (Pharmacology & Pharmacy); Manik Rakhra (Artificial Intelligence & Image Processing); Praveen Kumar Sharma (Medicinal & Bio-molecular Chemistry); and, Naveen Gupta (Optoelectronics & Photonics).