Ranking for Computer Science & Electronics in University of Hamburg
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Website : https://www.uni-hamburg.de/en.html
|Established : 1919|
The ranking is based on h-index, citations and number of DBLP documents gathered by May 16th 2020.
This ranking includes all leading computer scientists affiliated with University of Hamburg. There is a total of 3 researchers included with 0 of them also being features in the world ranking. The total sum for the H-index values for leading scientists in University of Hamburg is 143 with a mean value for the h-index of 47.67. The total sum for the DBLP publications for leading scientists in University of Hamburg is 803 with a mean value for DBLP publications is 267.67.
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Facts About University of Hamburg
The University of Hamburg (UHH) is a public university located in Hamburg, Germany. Founded in 1919 through a resolution by the Hamburg Parliament, UHH boasts of being the first democratically founded university in Germany. It is also one of the country’s largest universities and the biggest research and education institution in northern Germany. UHH seeks to foster local, regional, and interdisciplinary cooperation to promote academic potential. It also aims to internationalize education, observe the highest quality in the conduct of professional duties, promote individual and institutional responsibility, and provide greater access to education.
UHH offers more than 170 degree programs in eight faculties. These are the Faculties of Law, Medicine, Education, Business Administration, Psychology and Human Movement, Business, Economics and Social Sciences, and Mathematics, Informatics, and Natural Sciences. Students can pursue bachelor’s, master’s, and teaching degrees at UHH. They also have individual and doctoral programs.
The university traces its roots to the Akademisches Gymnasium which offered lectures in liberal arts between 1613 and 1833. In 1895, the university’s founding father Werner von Melle reorganized the lecture system by taking in renowned guests and lecturers. Later, he set up a full professorship for political economy. In 1907, businessman Edmund Siemers donated a lecture building which became the main building of the university.
By the 1920s, many luminaries, including Nobel Prize-winning physicist Otto Stern, taught in the university. However, they were later dismissed when the National Socialists rose to power. The university was shut down after the collapse of the Third Reich but eventually reopened in 1945. The university underwent reforms initiated by the Hamburg Parliament which broadened its academic self-governance. In 2019, UHH was recognized as a University of Excellence by the German government.
Notable alumni from UHH include Hans Adolf Krebs, who discovered the urea and citric acid cycles that form the eponymous Krebs cycle; Nobel Prize-winning nuclear physicist Johannes Hans Daniel Jensen; and former First Mayor of Hamburg Paul Nevermann.
UHH is one of the top 10 best global universities in Germany and one of the top 60 best global universities in Europe. It has ranked between the top 100 to 250 universities in the world, earning top 100 placements in surgery, physics, oncology, and cardiac and cardiovascular systems.
In pursuit of its internationalization strategy, UHH recently expanded its partnership with the Kyoto University in Japan. The new agreement will strengthen existing ties and will focus on ecology, logistics, sociology, criminal law, neurobiology, political science, climate research, quantum physics, and manuscript research.Read Less...