Top 50 Computer Science Programs/Scholars Based on Publications

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    Top 50 Graduate Computing Programs in the U.S.
    1: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    2: University of Maryland, College Park
    3: Carnegie Mellon University
    4: Georgia Institute of Technology
    5: Stanford University
    6: University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
    7: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
    8: University of Texas, Austin
    9: Purdue University
    10: University of California, Berkeley
    11: University of California, San Diego
    12: University of Massachusetts, Amherst
    13: Rutgers University, New Brunswick
    14: University of Southern California
    14: University of Washington, Seattle
    16: Cornell University
    16: University of California, Santa Barbara
    18: Michigan State University
    19: University of California, Irvine
    20: University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
    21: University of Wisconsin, Madison
    22: Columbia University
    22: Princeton University
    24: Ohio State University
    24: University of Florida, Gainesville
    26: Pennsylvania State University
    26: Texas A&M University
    26: University of Pennsylvania
    29: University of Texas, Dallas
    30: State University of New York, Stony Brook
    31: Oregon State University
    31: University of California, Los Angeles
    31: University of Virginia
    34: California Institute of Technology
    34: University of Arizona
    34: University of Illinois, Chicago
    37: State University of New York, Buffalo
    38: Louisiana State University
    38: Rice University
    38: Washington University in St. Louis
    41: Harvard University
    42: Southern Methodist University
    42: University of Iowa
    42: University of South Florida, Tampa
    45: Boston University
    45: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
    47: North Carolina State University
    47: University of California, Davis
    49: University of Colorado, Boulder
    50: New York University

    Top 50 Software Engineering Institutions Worldwide
    1: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    2: Carnegie Mellon University
    3: Georgia Institute of Technology
    4: University of Maryland, College Park
    5: Oregon State University
    6: University of California, Irvine
    7: University of British Columbia
    8: Politecnico di Milano, Italy
    9: University of Texas, Austin
    10: IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center
    11: University of Waterloo, Canada
    12: University of Massachusetts, Amherst
    13: Imperial College London
    14: University College London
    15: Carleton University
    16: University of Paderborn
    17: Purdue University
    18: Stanford University
    19: Kansas State University
    19: Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
    19: Michigan State University
    22: University of Pittsburgh
    23: University of Colorado, Boulder
    24: University of Texas, Dallas
    25: University of Washington, Seattle
    26: University of Toronto
    27: Ohio State University
    28: University of Southern California
    29: University of Karlsruhe, Germany
    30: Osaka University
    30: University of California, Davis
    32: Fraunhofer-IESE, Germany
    33: University of Virginia
    34: Simula Research Lab, Norway
    34: Washington University in St. Louis
    36: Hong Kong Polytechnic University
    37: Brown University
    38: University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
    38: University of Strathclyde, UK
    40: NASA Ames Research Center
    41: University of Bologna, Italy
    42: University of California, San Diego
    43: Avaya Labs Research
    44: Northeastern University
    44: West Virginia University
    46: Case Western Reserve University
    46: Rutgers University
    48: Bell Labs, Naperville
    48: Institute for Information Technology, National Research Council, Canada
    48: National University of Singapore, Singapore


    The rankings were based on:

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    The new method for ranking academic programs is based largely on answering the question “What did your faculty publish and where?” The premise is that the ability to regularly publish research findings in highly regarded journals is a good gauge of academic excellence...

    Publication-based rankings have been done in the past, but the new approach to generating them is much more sophisticated, according to the authors of an article in the June issue of the Association for Computing Machinery’s monthly magazine, Communications of the ACM.

    Co-developed by a software engineer from Google, the new computer-based method greatly expands upon the number of journals that can easily be considered, the authors said. It also factors in faculty participation in professional conferences, which can be an important yardstick of faculty excellence – particularly in rapidly evolving fields like computer science, the authors said.

    The publication-based approach to rankings also sidesteps the potential peril of basing rankings on people’s subjective opinions about a given institution or program, although publication-based ranking “should probably serve as one quantitative indicator in a more comprehensive methodology,” the authors concluded.

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