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Comparison table of impact


 

 

InstitutionHits Years
AIAS Five million plus 2003 to date
Tulane chemistry
80.934
1998 to date
Bonaventure physics 9,601
2001 to date
Madison physics 24,027
2003 to date
Syracuse physics
31,525 Several
Brigham Young physics students
11,000
2003 to date
Colgate physics and astronony
69,712
Several
Groningen computational physics
77,648
1998 to present
British Columbia Institute of Tech
82,934

2000 to present

Bristol Univ., School of Chemistry(5*)
2,621,606 1996 to present
UNC Asheville, chemistry 62,124 2000 to present
Penn State Winograd Group (physics)
23,915
2003 to present
Univ Copenhagen, chemistry
5,105 2004 to present
UM Kansas City, chemistry 33,252
Several
Polomar Univ Cal., chemistry 25,076
1998 to present
La Salle Univ,m Philadelphia 7,586
2000 to present

 

Notes:

The above table shows that the impact being made by the two AIAS sites (www.aias.us and www.atomicprecision.com) is a hundred to a thousand times greater than the average good department in academia over the same time span of a few years. The impact being made by AIAS is regularly checked in great detail for quality (see feedback files on www.aias.us) and there is no doubt that AIAS is the highest impacting chemical physics institution in the world, both in terms of quality and quantity. This impact can be measured in many ways, here it is restricted to files downloaded (‘hits”) in order to make a comparison as in the table. I will go on researching more university feedback sites where I can find them, but the pattern is already stunningly clear.

British Civil List Scientist

7 July 2007


 

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