Sergey Odintsov, Head of Laboratory of Theoretical Cosmology at Tomsk State University of Control Systems and Radioelectronics, was once again named one of the world’s most cited researchers by Clarivate Analytics and Thomson Reuters in their 2017 rankings.
Papers published by the physicist have been cited over 25,000 times, and he has an h-index of 71. As of today, Sergey Odintsov has published over 500 papers on gravitational theory, mathematical physics and cosmology, having authored 26 high-profile publications in 2017 alone. The highest-cited paper of the TUSUR researcher was co-authored with Prof. Nojira, a Japanese physicist, and discusses a phenomenon known as dark energy that the contemporary science believes to make up 70% of the Universe.
Sergey Odintsov, Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, has been listed among the world’s most cited researchers. In this year’s edition of the ranking published Clarivate Analytics and Thomson Reuters, only three names represent Russia. The ranking is based on citation analysis for the period of 11 years that identifies research leaders in 21 areas.
The International Laboratory of Theoretical Cosmology was created in 2015. The Laboratory studies evolution of the Universe though various theoretical models. Head of Laboratory Sergey Odintsov is a prominent researcher, Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, and author of several hundreds of publications of gravitational theory, mathematical physics and cosmology. In 2016 the Laboratory initiated the first Siberian Cosmology Days conference held at TUSUR.