28 USI researchers in the top 2% of most cited authors

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Professor John Ioannidis of Stanford University created a standardised index of the most influential researchers and published the results in the journal PLOS Biology. Several parameters, including the total number of citations and h-index, were taken into account for this calculation, leading to the calculation of an aggregate index. The source data are those found in the Scopus database run by the publisher Elsevier based on editorial choices about which fields and journals to include and which are, therefore, not representative of all scientific production. Research published in PLOS Biology identified the most influential authors by considering the 100,000 scientists with the highest aggregate score and those in the top 2% in 174 subdisciplines. 

Università della Svizzera italiana and affiliated institutions are featured 28 times; below are the names with the subdiscipline considered by the research in parentheses: 

  • Cesare Alippi, professor at the Dalle Molle Institute for Artificial Intelligence IDSIA USI-SUPSI (Artificial Intelligence & Image Processing)
  • Angelo Auricchio, professor at the Faculty of Biomedical Sciences (Cardiovascular System & Hematology)
  • Gabriele Bavota, professor at the Faculty of Informatics (Software Engineering)
  • Andreas J. Bircher, professor at the Faculty of Biomedical Sciences (Dermatology & Venereal Diseases)
  • Michael Bronstein, professor at the Dalle Molle Institute for Artificial Intelligence IDSIA USI-SUPSI (Artificial Intelligence & Image Processing)
  • Dan Ciresan, a former researcher at the Dalle Molle Institute for Artificial Intelligence IDSIA USI-SUPSI (Artificial Intelligence & Image Processing) 
  • Fabio Crestani, professor at the Faculty of Informatics (Artificial Intelligence & Image Processing) 
  • Patrick Eugster, professor and vice dean of the Faculty of Informatics (Networking & Telecommunications) 
  • Paolo Ferrari, professor at the Faculty of Biomedical Sciences (Urology & Nephrology) 
  • Luca Gambardella, professor at the Dalle Molle Institute for Artificial Intelligence IDSIA USI-SUPSI and pro-rector for innovation and corporate relations (Artificial Intelligence & Image Processing) 
  • Marc Langheinrich, professor and dean of the Faculty of Informatics (Human Factors) 
  • Vittorio Limongelli, professor at the Faculty of Biomedical Sciences (Medicinal & Biomolecular Chemistry) 
  • Pietro Majno-Hurst, professor at the Faculty of Biomedical Sciences (Surgery) 
  • Miroslaw Malek, professor at the Faculty of Informatics (Artificial Intelligence & Image Processing) 
  • Maurizio Molinari, director of the Protein Production Control Laboratory of the Institute for Research in Biomedicine IRB (Developmental Biology) 
  • Cesare Pautasso, professor at the Faculty of Informatics (Artificial Intelligence & Image Processing)
  • Fernando Pedone, professor at the Faculty of Informatics (Networking & Telecommunications)
  • Federica Sallusto, professor at the Faculty of Biomedical Sciences and director of the Laboratory of Cellular Immunology at the IRB Institute for Research in Biomedicine (Immunology) 
  • Olaf Schenk, professor at the Faculty of Informatics (Artificial Intelligence & Image Processing) 
  • Jürgen Schmidhuber, professor at the Faculty of Informatics and scientific director of the Dalle Molle Institute for Artificial Intelligence IDSIA USI-SUPSI (Artificial Intelligence & Image Processing) 
  • Nicol Schraudolph, a former researcher at the Dalle Molle Institute of Artificial Intelligence IDSIA USI-SUPSI (Artificial Intelligence & Image Processing) 
  • Marco Scutari, a researcher at the Dalle Molle Institute of Artificial Intelligence IDSIA USI-SUPSI (Artificial Intelligence & Image Processing) 
  • Marcus Thelen, director of the Signal Transduction Laboratory at the Institute for Research in Biomedicine IRB (Immunology) 
  • Paolo Tonella, professor at the Faculty of Informatics (Software Engineering) 
  • Giorgio Treglia, professor at the Faculty of Biomedical Sciences (Nuclear Medicine & Medical Imaging) 
  • Giuseppe Vassalli, professor at the Faculty of Biomedical Sciences (Cardiovascular System & Hematology) 
  • Stefan Wolf, professor at the Faculty of Informatics (Networking & Telecommunications) 
  • Marco Zaffalon, scientific director of the Dalle Molle Institute for Artificial Intelligence IDSIA USI-SUPSI (Artificial Intelligence & Image Processing) 

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