Das Sarma receives third consecutive honor as influential researcher
For the third year running, JQI Fellow and Distinguished University Professor of Physics Sankar Das Sarma has been identified as a Highly Cited Researcher. The annual distinction, previously compiled by Thomson Reuters IP & Science and now assembled by Clarivate Analytics, honors scientists who publish extensively and whose citation counts rank in the top 1 percent in a given year and field.
Das Sarma, who is also the director of the Condensed Matter Theory Center at UMD, studies everything from exotic low-temperature materials to robust ways of building and operating future quantum computers. He has been regularly recognized for his prolific publication record, with similar honors dating back to 2001.
A physics faculty member at UMD since 1980, Das Sarma received his undergraduate degree in physics in 1973 from Presidency College in Kolkata, India and his Ph.D. in theoretical physics in 1979 from Brown University.
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