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Liu Inducted as ISI Highly Cited Researcher

Liu Inducted as ISI Highly Cited Researcher

Prof. K. J. Ray Liu
Prof. K. J. Ray Liu

Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Associate Chair for Graduate Studies and Research and Distinguished Scholar-Teacher Dr. K. J. Ray Liu has been selected for inclusion in the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI) Highly Cited list of researchers in the field of Computer Science. Prof. Liu was selected to the list due to the high number of citations his publications have received from fellow researchers and scientists.

Prof. Liu's research has focused on the areas of wireless communications and networking; multimedia communications and signal processing; information forensics and security; biomedical imaging and bioinformatics; and signal processing algorithms and architectures. In all, he has published over 500 refereed papers, books, and book chapters. His entry in the ISI Highly Cited list can be found here.

Thomson Reuters ISIHighlyCited.com is a free, publicly available website intended to highlight the world's most cited authors from the past 25 years who have made fundamental contributions to the advancement of science and technology, and to create a network of highly cited researchers across diverse disciplines. Less than one half of one percent of all publishing authors meet the criteria for inclusion on ISIHighlyCited.com

Other ISI highly cited researchers associated with the ECE Department include Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Nariman Farvardin, Professor Ed Ott, and Professor Uzi Vishkin, as well as Clark School Professors Gottlieb Oehrlein and Ben Shneiderman. In all, a total of 34 researchers from the University of Maryland appear on the ISI Highly Cited list, which includes approximately 6,000 researchers from across the world listed under 21 fields of research.

For more information, visit ISIHighlyCited.com.

January 9, 2011


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