Engineering Maths academic’s paper ranked one of world’s top ten highly cited
15 June 2017
A paper by Dr Thilo Gross from the Department of Engineering Maths has been announced by Google as one of the ten most highly-cited top articles globally in the field of nonlinear science.
The paper, entitled ‘Epidemic dynamics on an adaptive network’ was published in Physical Review Letters Journal in 2006.
This study, which investigated epidemic dynamics on an adaptive network, indicated that the interplay between dynamics and topology can have important consequences for the spreading of infectious diseases and related applications.
Google Scholar indexes academic literature across a wide array of disciplines. Every year Google analyses the most impactful papers across different research fields based on the citations that the papers accumulate within 10 years after publication. This year google analysed all papers published in 2006.