Nov 6, 2018 | Atlanta, GA
The h-index has become a widely cited measure of a researcher’s influence and citation impact. A researcher with an index of h has published h papers which have been cited in other papers at least h times. If someone has an h-index of 100, it means that 100 papers by this researcher have been cited in at least 100 other research publications.
Scoring an h-index of more than 100 is a singular feat that is achieved by few researchers. According to a recent survey of public Google Scholar profiles, School of Chemistry and Biochemistry Professors and STAMI Members Jean-Luc Brédas (COPE, GTPN) and Seth Marder (COPE, CRĀSI, GTPN) have each achieved the score.