Published on 19/01/2024
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  • Victor Chang is a professor of business analytics at Aston Business School
  • He appears in the top 2% of top-cited scientists which reflects Scopus author profiles
  • Professor Chang is 2610th on the list of over 210,000 academics.

An Aston University professor has made it onto the list of the world’s top scientists.

Victor Chang, professor of business analytics at Aston Business School, is 2160th out of over 210,000 who fall into the top 2% of the top-cited scientists globally.

The database covers a variety of metrics, including career-long and recent year impact, with options for self-citations. Scientists, with at least five papers, are categorised into 22 fields and 174 sub-fields.

The data, up to 2022, is derived from Scopus via Elsevier's International Center for the Study of Research (ICSR) Lab. The latest version reflects the 1 October 2023 snapshot and is based on the citation year 2022.

Professor Chang said:

“I am honoured to be recognised among the top scientists globally.

“This reflects not just my own work, but that of my dedicated research team and colleagues at Aston Business School and other universities who have contributed greatly to advancing knowledge in business analytics and technology management.

“My recent focus is more about building projects and eventually demonstrating impact to different communities and businesses.”

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Notes to Editors

About Aston University

For over a century, Aston University’s enduring purpose has been to make our world a better place through education, research and innovation, by enabling our students to succeed in work and life, and by supporting our communities to thrive economically, socially and culturally.

Aston University’s history has been intertwined with the history of Birmingham, a remarkable city that once was the heartland of the Industrial Revolution and the manufacturing powerhouse of the world.

Born out of the First Industrial Revolution, Aston University has a proud and distinct heritage dating back to our formation as the School of Metallurgy in 1875, the first UK College of Technology in 1951, gaining university status by Royal Charter in 1966, and becoming The Guardian University of the Year in 2020.

Building on our outstanding past, we are now defining our place and role in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (and beyond) within a rapidly changing world.

For media inquiries in relation to this release, contact Sam Cook, Press and Communications Manager, on (+44) 7446 910063 or email: s.cook2@aston.ac.uk

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