University of Cadiz (UCA) is 44 women scientists in the ranking of the most relevant Spanish and foreign researchers working in Spain and with the greatest scientific influence, Based on data from his personal public profile on Google Scholar, which Higher Council for Scientific Research (CSIC), Included in this list 5,600 researcherss are ordered according to the highest h index, and second, according to the number of citations.
Notably, UCA is among the first Vanessa Spain Romero, Elena Fernandez Arizaga, Ana B. Hungaria, Mónica García Aloza, Esther Berrocoso Dominguez, María Laura Martín Diaz, María del Carmen Puerta Vizcaino, Ginesa Blanco Montilla, Montserrat Pérez García, Ana Carbonell Baeza, Inmaculada Felde Martínez, Ascension Torres Mart , Rosario Hernández Galán, María Jesús Mosquera Diaz, Ana María Simonat Morales, Susana Trasobares Llorente and Pilar Azcarate Goded.
This national taxonomy aims to increase knowledge about women researchers working in Spain and their work within science and knowledge, using a public access tool that is easy to create and consult.
The first researchers from UCA to feature in this ranking are vanessa spain romero anal Specifically at position 75, with an H index of 41 and a total of 7,644 citations. Is PhD Assistant Professor in the Degree in Physical Activity and Sport Science in the Faculty of Educational Sciences, UCA and member of the MOVE-IT CTS-1038 Research Group.
His lines of research are ‘Life habits and physical exercise for improving physical and mental health’, ‘Supervised physical exercise for prevention of Alzheimer’s and dementia’ and ‘Life habits and exercise for improving obesity in different age groups’ ‘.
797 figure in position Elena Fernandez Arizaga, with an h-index of 41 and 4,773 citations. Is Professor of Statistics and Operations Research at the University of Cadiz, His research areas include feature location, network design, vehicle routing problems, and heuristic methods for mathematical optimization.
next, after 923, appears or Ana Belen Hungarian, with an h-index of 39 and 4,895 citations. Is Professor of Materials Science, Metallurgical Engineering and Inorganic Chemistry, His main line of research is ‘Synthesis and characterization by transmission electron microscopy of cerium oxide based catalysts used in reactions of environmental interest’.
h-index A system proposed by George Hirsch from the University of California in 2005 to measure the professional quality of physicists and other scientists based on the number of citations their scientific articles receive. It is calculated by ranking scientific articles from highest or lowest according to the number of citations received, with the h-index being the number in which the rank number coincides with the number of citations.
He Number of job quotes received It assumes recognition of the importance and quality of the same, which is why it is a widely used criterion in the evaluation of research. The number of citations is used to create various impact indices of a scientific paper.