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Top 1% by citations in physics

Jeroen van den Brink recognized for exceptional research influence, demonstrated by the production of multiple highly-cited papers that rank in the top 1% by citations in the field of physics in 2019. 

Each year, the Web of Science Group identifies the world’s most influential researchers. The select few who have been most frequently cited by their peers over the last decade. In 2019, fewer than 6,300, or 0.1%, of the world's researchers, across 21 research fields, have earned this exclusive distinction. 

Top 1% by citations in physics

December 10 (2018)

Chemical Gating of a Weak Topological Insulator: Bi14Rh3I9, NANO LETTERS 17, 6303 (2017)
M. P. Ghimire and M. Richter


September 25 (2017)

Correlation induced electron-hole asymmetry in quasi-2D iridates
Nature Communications 7, 686 (2017)
Ekaterina Paerschke et al.



October 24 (2016)

Josephson currents induced by the Witten effect
Physical Review Letters 117, 167002 (2016)
Flavio Nogueira, Zohar Nussinov and JvdB

March 23 (2016)

RIXS on high Tc cuprates and magnetic iridates
ITAMP Colloquium, Harvard
Jeroen van den Brink



January 18 (2016)

Strongly frustrated triangular spin lattice emerging from triplet dimer formation in honeycomb Li2IrO2
Nature Communications 7, 10273 (2016)
Satoshi Nishimoto et al.



September 21 (2015)

Relativistic Materials
Blackboard Lunch, KITP
Jeroen van den Brink



January 12 (2015)

Compass models: theory and physical motivations
Reviews of Modern Physics 87, 1 (2015)
Zohar Nussinov and JvdB

November 10 (2014)

Orbital-driven nematicity in FeSe
Nature Materials 14, 210 (2015)
Seung-Ho Baek et al.

November 4 (2014)

The quantum nature of skyrmions and half-skyrmions in Cu2OSeO3
Nature Communications 5, 5376 (2014) Oleg Janson et al.

March 10 (2013)

Stacked topological insulator built from bismuth-based graphene sheet analogue
Nature Materials 12, 422 (2013)
Bertold Rasche et al.