h-index of 1010th October 2013
One of the ways that academics can judge the 'impact' of their research, is by the number of citations that their papers get - in other words, the number other researchers have found a particular paper useful. One of the metrics that is increasingly used to turn this list of numbers into a meaningful statistic for an individual is the h-index.
My Google Scholar Profile
Put simply, an academic's h-index means that h of their papers has been cited at least h times.
At the time of writing, my h-index is 10 - meaning that 10 of my papers have been cited at least ten times! Hopefully this will only continue to grow!
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Tactile Device Research on BBC Arabic's 4Tech show25th February 2012
Dr Sara Demain and I were interviewed by Nassim Ramadan of BBC Arabic's 4Tech show. 4Tech is considered to be the main Technology show in the Middle East and North Africa, watched by around 20 million people. During the interview, we explained our research into the use of tactile devices to help people regain movement and sensation when they are recovering from a stroke.
The interview was a somewhat strange experience, with all questions first being asked in Arabic (for which we had no idea w... [more]
EH Network Dissemination Event15th December 2010
Today we announced the Energy Harvesting Network's first dissemination event, which will be held at the IET, London on 7th February 2011. This one-day event will provide a platform for disseminating advances in energy-harvesting technology and research in the UK.
Keynote presentations will be given by Daniel Inman and Rob van Schaijk, and these are supplemented by a full series of presentations by well-respected speakers from academia and industry. There will also be demonstrations from compa... [more]