Pakistani scientist ranks first among computer science researchers with 1%

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  • Mubashir Hussein Al-Rahmani was nominated for the second year in a row.
  • The ranking highlights high-impact researchers in their chosen field by publishing cited papers over the past decade.
  • Rahmani has written over 100 peer-reviewed articles focusing on wireless networks, blockchain, knowledge radio networks, and software-defined networks.

Islamabad: Pakistani scientist Mubashir Hussain Rahmani has been nominated among the top 1% of the most influential researchers in computer science for the second year in a row.

Compiled by Clarivate Analytics, the ranking highlights high-impact researchers in their chosen field by publishing highly cited research papers over the past decade.

Mubasher Rahmani’s work focuses on wireless networks, blockchain, cognitive radio networks, and software-defined networks.

He has written over 100 peer-reviewed articles, 12 of which are highly cited by Clarivate.

A graduate of Mehran University of Engineering and Technology, Rahmani works as an Assistant Lecturer at University of Technology Munster, Ireland.

Rahmani has written 100 peer-reviewed articles, 12 of which are highly cited according to Clarivate, which range from papers covering wireless and blockchain networks to knowledge radio networks and software-defined networks.

Each year, ClarivFit compiles a list of cited researchers worldwide, highlighting the top 1% of scientists by citations.

This year’s list includes 31 researchers in Ireland who are making a significant impact in their fields.

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