Math­em­at­ics and Elec­tric­al En­gin­eer­ing: Pader­born Uni­ver­sity scores in in­ter­na­tion­al sub­ject rank­ing

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In the latest edition of the renowned "Global Ranking of Academic Subjects" (GRAS), also known as the "Shanghai Subject Ranking", Paderborn University has once again made it into the top 500 universities worldwide. The results are based on five indicators that evaluate the performance of specific subject areas. This year, 5,000 universities from 104 countries and regions were compared and 1,900 universities were ranked in 55 different subjects. The subject of mathematics at Paderborn University is ranked 10th to 13th nationally, and 151st to 200th in a global comparison. Paderborn's electrical engineering department is ranked 9th to 11th among German universities, and 301st to 400th internationally.

The evaluation includes the number of publications, citations, publications in top journals, international publications as well as prizes and awards received by scientists at the respective institution. "The results of Paderborn University in mathematics are excellent and have improved in comparison to previous years, not only nationally but also internationally. Electrical engineering also does very well despite increasingly strong competition," says a pleased Prof. Dr. Torsten Meier, Vice President for International Relations at Paderborn University.

Further information on the Shanghai Ranking.

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