NTU Ranking 2016 celebrate the news: Polytechnic first Spain and best National University in mechanical engineering
Excited of the recognition of the degrees that are taught in the ETSID: mechanical engineering, the best valued; the second best in the degree of electrical engineering and electronic engineering
So says the NTU Ranking 2016 of Taiwan, both measuring the quantity as the quality of the research undertaken by universities, from scientific articles published by each institution.
Breakthrough last year, mechanical engineering
In particular, the UPV is ranked 80 in agricultural sciences, in computer science 83, 96 in chemical engineering and the 100 degrees in mechanical engineering. In this last discipline, notably the spectacular progress experienced by the University last year. Not in vain, it has gone from the post 147 by 2015 to 100, position in which figure in the ranking of this edition.
In the top 150 in up to eight disciplines
If expands the Court up to the top 150, four disciplines mentioned above should be added other four: civil engineering (101 °), chemistry (121st), engineering, electrical, electronic and telecommunications (137 °) and mathematics (149 °). Thus, the University is located, according to the NTU ranking in the top 150 in eight different disciplines. In addition, in animal and Botanical Science, it ranks 156.
Polytechnic first Spain and best National University in mechanical engineering
At the national level, the NTU ranking placed to the University as the best Polytechnic University of Spain, followed by the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. In addition, by disciplines, it is the best University in Spain in mechanical engineering; the second in civil engineering, chemical engineering and engineering electrical, electronics and telecommunications; the third computer and chemistry; the fourth in agricultural sciences, the fifth in animal and Botanical Science; and the eighth in mathematics.
The NTU ranking, since 2007
The scientific articles of world universities Ranking (Ranking of Scientific Papers for World Universities, NTU) National University of Taiwan published since 2007, and measured productivity, excellence and impact of University research on a total of 6 courses and 14 disciplines, taking into account, among other parameters, the number of articles, the number of citations or the H-index of its researchers.
From these data, the NTU Ranking of Taiwan establishing the general classification and presents, at the same time, the results by scientific disciplines and fields. In this Edition, is headed by three U.S. universities: Harvard, Stanford and Johns Hopkins.