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TMU's rank upgrading in Leiden ranking system

According to the published ranking, Tarbiat Modares University in 2020 is ranked fourth in the criteria of scientific authority, scientific diplomacy and scientific access, and fifth in the criteria of gender diversity among the country's universities.


The university has a better performance in terms of world's rankings than last year and in 2020 is ranked 346th in the field of scientific authority, 433rd in the field of scientific diplomacy and scientific access and 418th in terms of gender diversity.


The CWTS Leiden Ranking 2020 offers important insights into the scientific performance of over 1000 major universities worldwide. The Leiden Ranking stands for a multidimensional perspective on university performance. The Leiden Ranking is based on publications in the Web of Science database produced by Clarivate Analytics.


Indicators included in the Leiden Ranking have two variants: A size-dependent and a size-independent variant.


The Leiden Ranking provides the following indicators of scientific impact:


P. Total number of publications of a university.


P(top 1%) and PP(top 1%). The number and the proportion of a university?s publications that, compared with other publications in the same field and in the same year, belong to the top 1% most frequently cited.


P(top 5%) and PP(top 5%). The number and the proportion of a university?s publications that, compared with other publications in the same field and in the same year, belong to the top 5% most frequently cited.


P(top 10%) and PP(top 10%). The number and the proportion of a university?s publications that, compared with other publications in the same field and in the same year, belong to the top 10% most frequently cited.


P(top 50%) and PP(top 50%). The number and the proportion of a university?s publications that, compared with other publications in the same field and in the same year, belong to the top 50% most frequently cited.


TCS and MCS. The total and the average number of citations of the publications of a university.


TNCS and MNCS. The total and the average number of citations of the publications of a university, normalized for field and publication year. An MNCS value of two for instance means that the publications of a university have been cited twice above the average of their field and publication year.


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