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Gupta, Thakur, Banerjee win Elsevier Most Cited Paper Award

Gupta, Thakur, Banerjee win Elsevier Most Cited Paper Award

Professor S.K. Gupta (ME/ISR), his postdoctoral researcher and former Ph.D. student Atul Thakur (ME Ph.D. 2011) and his former Ph.D. student Ashis Banerjee (ME Ph.D. 2009) have won the Elsevier 2012 Most Cited Paper Award. This award was bestowed for the authors' paper, "A survey of CAD model simplification techniques for physics-based simulation applications," which appeared in the journal Computer-Aided Design.

Papers are considered for this distinction solely based on the highest number of cites, excluding self-citations, received for all journal articles published between the years 2009 and 2011 [data culled from SCOPUS reports (www.scopus.com) created on January 11, 2012].

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January 24, 2012


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