FOR POSTING ON HOME PAGE: AIAS / UPITEC World Leader in Impact

I would be grateful if this could be posted as the first item on the home page of www.aias.us. It compares the page views per month per author (x) of combined sites (www.aias.us and www.upitec.org) with the same factor for the world’s top ten universities, and also for Aberystwyth and Bangor (currently ranked 634 and 617 in the world respectively). The factor x is accurately calculated with WebLog 2.53, using an average over 142 months. This gives 106,246 page views a month for 142 months. There are two active authors, Horst Eckardt and myself, from about 2005 onwards, and from 2003 to 2005 one active author (myself). About ten papers are published with Doug Lindstrom. Steve Crothers joins us for the books. In the Evans / Morris papers Gareth Evans and Trevor Morris provide the excellent data. In a large university there are thousands of active authors (faculty and post graduates / post doctorals). So the x factor normalizes the impact for fair comparison. The AIAS / UPITEC impact factor x is almost twenty times larger than the second in line, which is M. I. T. There is a good correlation between this new factor x and world rankings of universities. So AIAS / UPITEC is by far the highest impacting institute in the world, and many congratulations to the Fellows and support staff! The impact of AIAS / UPITEC is about three hundred times greater than that of Aberystwyth and about six hundred times greater than that of Bangor. It is about twenty five times greater than the Princeton Institute for Advanced Study. This means that ECE has become the leading school of thought in physics since I was appointed a Civil List Pensioner in 2005. This appointment is made by Queen Elizabeth herself on the advice of the Prime Minister, and my affiliation is British Government in the sense that I was appointed by the Prime Minister’s Office on behalf of the Queen. I am not a civil servant.

COMPARATIVE_IMPACT_TABLE_IN_PAGE_VIEWS_PER_MONTH.PDF

TABLE_OF_PAGE_VIEWS_PER_MONTH_PER_AUTHOR_(x).PDF


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