Research Article - (2022) Volume 12, Issue 1

Scientometric Portrait of Madras G Former Professor of IISc from the Chemical Engineering Domain

Yashodamma G*
 
*Correspondence: Yashodamma G, Department of Library and Information Science, Maharani Womens Arts, Commerce and Management College, Seshadri Road, Bangalore-560001, India, Tel: +919886391298, Email:

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Abstract

The study undertook to know the research contribution of Dr Madras G former Scientist of IISc, Bangalore, which is one of the excellent and top institutions of India in all prospects of academics and research activities. The analysis revealed that most of the publications came in the form of (540) research articles. Most of his top-cited journals came from the US, UK and Netherlands with medium to high impact factor Journals. He was collaborative in nature with other fellow scientists with the degree of collaboration (DC) 1.00 and collaboration co-efficient (CC) 0.71. His most of authorship appearance came in 2-authored papers (216) between the duration of 1993-2020. Bose S from IISc was his highest collaborator with 41 documents. “Industrial And Engineering Chemistry Research” journal was the most used source for publication with 55 papers and the top keyword was degradation used 30 times.

Keywords

Scientometric Portrait, Bio-bibliometrics, Degree of Collaboration, Collaboration Co-efficient.

Introduction

Basically, bib-bibliometrics or ‘Scientometric portrait’ analysis is a study of an individual Scientist/author who are eminent in his single discipline or core area with a set of aligned researchers contributing together throughout his/her life. Bio-bibliometrics analyse “a unit of information generation” of the individual researcher to prove great value of concern, visibility of the good scientist, who is known or lesser-known. Bio-bibliometrics visualize different quantitative aspects using analytical methods by discovering and organizing in a functional manner, where the relationship between bio-data and bio-data elements. The term ‘biobibliometrics’ was first used by (Sen, S. K., and Gan, S. K, 1990) ‘informatics’ by (Kalyane and Samanta, 1995) and later it was called has (Kademani et al., 1996) ‘Scientometric portrait’.

Author profile

Giridhar Madras is formally known as Madras G been born on 27th September 1967 in Salem district Tamil Nadu State, India. He took his professional degree in B.E Chemical Engineering from Annamalai University in (1988), post-graduation in M.Tech Chemical Engineering, IIT Madras in (1989), and completes his PhD program from prestige’s institute Texas AandM University (1993) in Chemical Engineering,

His major research area focuses on reaction kinetics, as applied to various systems and processes in the “environmental and energy sector”. Some of the major focus areas are:

1. Reaction with Macromolecules

2. Catalytic Reactions

3. Reactions and Separation in Supercritical Fluids.

Top honours and awards

1. Among top 1% scientists for more than 5000 citations, Web of Science

2. Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar award, CSIR, India, 2009

3. Presidential Swarna Jayanthi Fellowship, DST, India, 2006

4. Scopus Young Scientist, Elsevier, 2006

5. Fellow, Indian National Science Academy

6. Fellow, Indian National Academy of Engineering

7. Fellow, Indian Academy of Sciences

8. Associate Editor: Current Science, Bulletin of Material Science,

Related works

A study conducted by (Koley and Sen, 2016) on renowned Biobibliometrician ‘V K Kalyane’ who published a total of 120 articles with 20 single-authored papers, 100 multi-authored papers, altogether he worked with a total of 338 authors between the duration of 1973-2009. His papers covered one philosopher, 9 Nobel laureates and 17 renowned scientists; he actively collaborated with R, Prakasan, BS Kademani another stellar bibliometrician, Anil Sagar and Anil Kumar. ‘Scientometric portrait’ study was conducted by (Garg and Kumar, 2019) on agricultural scientist Hari Chand Sharma of India contingent. 45 per cent of this work was published in form of research articles, which were published in medium impacted journals from the UK, USA and Netherlands. He collaborated with more than 1000 authors of the mainstream of science though he was an agricultural scientist. His collaboration co-efficient rate was 0.66 and the collaboration rate was 1.00 for consistent years of research contribution. A Bio-bibliometrics study was conducted by (Madhu and Kannappanavar, 2020) to know the single author contribution of eminent scientist and former director of prof. P Balaram. The highlights of the study were top publications came in the form of 442 articles, top collaborations came with foreign author Karle, Isabella L, top citations occurred in “Biochemistry” journal on the topic of “Structural characteristics of alpha.-helical peptide molecules containing Aib residues” with 883 citations. (Kavitha and Chandrashekara, 2020) examined the contributions of Prof. K Byrappa of 378 articles indexed in google scholar. His h-index was 31 and received 7774 citations for this scholarly work. (Das and Bhattacharya, 2021) established a study to know the works published by Abhijit Vinayak Banerjee and Indian born American economist and shared Nobel Prize with Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer in 2019. The study of duration covered between 1987-2019 and published 333 papers.

Objective

1. To discover and differentiate his research using his published publications.

2. To evaluate the authorship pattern of his research contributions.

3. To explore the extended collaborative research performed with similar core subject specialists.

4. To examine the year-wise growth of research contribution through this prolonged research career.

5. To evaluate author appearance in each of his articles through year-wise appearance.

6. To evaluate different sources of the channel used for publishing the publications.

7. To evaluate the top-cited paper and the top author used keywords.

Methodology

The study purely concentrated on the Scientometrics Portrait of Dr Madras G scientist and former professor of IISc, Bangalore in the chemistry domain. Based on the previous literature many renowned methods have been incorporated in this study. The data had collected from the “Scopus Citation Indexing and Abstracting” database product of ScienceDirect using author key search. The study analysed his scientific publications (540 articles) to know the types of literature published, frequency of authorship occurrence and collaboration with fellow subject authors, research publications used to publish, highly cited articles and top preferred keywords and all the data was tabled using Microsoft excel.

Productive life

Table 1 various scientific contribution has been made by Madras G in his professional and research carrier by writing in various scientific publications. Where, Table 1 describes the overall publication with a total of (569) publications in different documents format like scientific articles which are highest in total of (540) followed by Reviews (13), Conference Paper (8), Book Chapter (3), Letter (2), Editorial material (1), Note (1) and Short Survey (1) in Figure 1.

library-authorship

Figure-1: Authorship Pattern

Sl. No. Document type %
1 Article 540 94.90
2 Review 13 2.28
3 Conference paper 8 1.41
4 Book chapter 3 0.53
5 Letter 2 0.35
6 Editorial 1 0.18
7 Note 1 0.18
8 Short survey 1 0.18
  Total 569 100

Table 1: Different Publications Forms

Appearance of author by-line wise positions

Table 2 study had covered only the article publications that have been published by Madras. G between the periods of 1993 to 2020. His productive age started from 1993 where his biological age was 25, Table 2 displays the line-wise appearance authorship of Madras G through the year-wise distribution of articles.

Year SA 1st Pos 2nd Pos 3rd Pos 4th Pos 5th Pos 6th Pos 7th Pos MAT CAT TP ACPP CT DC CA PPA
1993 - 2 2 - - - - - 2 2 4 46.3 4 0.04 25 1
1994 - 2 - - - - - 2 0 2 57.0 6 0.04 26 2
1995 - 1 - - - - - 1 0 1 41.0 7 0.02 27 3
1996 - 3 - - - - - 3 0 3 49.7 10 0.06 28 4
1997 1 4 1 - - - - - 5 1 6 45.2 16 0.09 29 5
1998 - 2 1 - - - - - 2 1 3 50.3 19 0.04 30 6
1999 - 1 - - - - - - 1 0 1 35.0 20 0.02 31 7
2000 - 1 1 - - - - - 1 1 2 50.5 22 0.02 32 8
2001 - 9 6 - - - - - 9 6 15 24.8 37 0.17 33 9
2002 - 5 8 6 - - - - 5 14 19 17.5 56 0.09 34 10
2003 - 7 7 8 2 - - - 7 17 24 46.8 80 0.13 35 11
2004 1 5 15 6 4 1 - - 6 26 32 89.8 112 0.11 36 12
2005 - 3 6 9 - - - - 3 15 18 30.2 130 0.06 37 13
2006 - 1 11 5 - - - - 1 16 17 46.5 147 0.02 38 14
2007 - 5 10 3 5 1 - - 5 19 24 60.7 171 0.09 39 15
2008 - - 17 2 3 1 2 0 25 25 45.0 196 0.00 40 16
2009 - - 13 4 3 2 - - 0 22 22 63.0 218 0.00 41 17
2010 - - 13 9 2 1 - - 0 25 25 36.3 243 0.00 42 18
2011 - - 13 16 5 2 - - 0 36 36 33.4 279 0.00 43 19
2012 - - 15 8 2 2 - 1 0 28 28 18.4 307 0.00 44 20
2013 - - 11 7 2 1 1 1 0 23 23 27.0 330 0.00 45 21
2014 - - 16 12 8 4 1 1 0 42 42 27.9 372 0.00 46 22
2015 - - 8 13 8 4 2 - 0 35 35 25.9 407 0.00 47 23
2016 - - 13 10 9 6 - 1 0 39 39 22.7 446 0.00 48 24
2017 - - 12 14 9 5 - - 0 40 40 15.9 486 0.00 49 25
2018 - - 8 4 12 4 1 - 0 29 29 20.8 515 0.00 50 26
2019 - - 8 5 6 2 - - 0 21 21 12.9 536 0.00 51 27
2020 - - 1 3 - - - - 0 4 4 13.3 540 0.00 52 28
Total 2 51 216 144 80 36 7 4 53 487 540 - - 1.00 - -
% 0.37 9.44 40.00 26.67 14.81 6.67 1.30 0.74 9.81 90.19 - - - - - -
CP 0.37 9.81 49.81 76.48 91.30 97.96 99.26 100.00 - - - - - - - -

Table 2: Year-wise and Age-wise publication productivity of Madras G

Where, as a sole author he has published only 2 (0.37%) papers between 1997-2004, has the main author in 1st position he appeared 51 (9.44%), highest contribution came as second authored appearance in 216 (40%) times, as third author 144 (26.77%) times. A total of 540 papers were published in that 53(9.81%) times he appeared as main author and 487 (90.19%) with co-authors. The highest productive year was in 2014 with 42 papers with (27.99%) average citation per paper (ACPP) were his chronological age of 46 and with the publication productivity age was 22 and highest citation appeared in 2004 with 32 papers of (89.8%) ACPP with the chronological age of 36. The degree of collaboration is 1.00 (Subramanyam, 1983) with co- authors and he is more collaborative in nature than performing in sole research.

The formula for Degree of CollaborationEquation

Where, C=Degree of Collaboration

Nm=Number of Multi-Authored Papers

Ns=Number of Single or Sole Authored Papers

Equation

Therefore, the degree of collaboration of Prof Madras G is 1.00 (multi-authored papers of 538 and Single authored papers of 2).

The formula for Collaboration Co-efficientEquation

Fj is the number of j author papers

N is the total number of research papers published

K is the greatest number of authors per paper.

Equation

Therefore, the collaboration co-efficient of Prof Madras G is 0.71

The formula for Productive Co-efficientEquation

Pc=52/38=1.4

Therefore, the productive co-efficient of Prof Madras G 1.0:1.4

The formula for Annual ContributionEquation

Ayc=540/28=19.29

On average, he has published 18 to 19 papers yearly between 1993-2020.

Authorship appearances

Table 3 highlights the line-wise appearance of Madras G using authorship pattern, wherein 2 authored papers appeared in 1st position in 53 times, highest number times in 2nd position with 216 times, 3rd position 144 times, 4th position 80 times, 5th position 35 times, 6th position 7 times and in 8th position 5 times. When it comes to author wise paper position in 2 authored papers he has appeared 188 times this is the highest.

Authorship Pattern 1st P 2nd  P 3rd P 4th P 5th P 6th P 7th P Total
Single Author 2 - - - - - - 2
2-Author 37 151 - - - - - 188
3-Author 13 56 96 - - - - 165
4-Author 1 7 43 51 - - - 102
5-Author - 2 5 25 25 - - 57
6-Author - - - 4 10 3 - 17
7-Author - - - - - 4 4 8
8-Author - - - - - - 1 1
Total 53 216 144 80 35 7 5 540

Table 3: Authorship Position

Collaborative authors

Table 4 discuss the top collaborative authors with Madras, G and associated with his research publications. His total published (540) with the h-index of 66, followed by highest collaborator was Bose, S from IISc, Bangalore, India (41) papers with h-index of 41, (49) papers with overseas collaborator McCoy B J from “University of California, United States” with h-index of 39, Ramamurthy P C from IISc Bangalore, India with (42) papers h-index of 28, Chatterjee, K from IISc Bangalore, India with (27) paper h-index of 32, Sivalingam G from IISc Bangalore, India with (27) papers h-index of 20, Deshpande, P A from IIT, Kharagpur India, with (24) papers h-index of 18, Hegde, M S from IISc Challakere, Chitradurga India with (24) papers with the highest h-index of 62 within the core collaborators, Sharam M from Belgium with 22 papers with the highest h-index of 13 and Chattopadhyay S from IIR Roorkee, India with 16 papers with the highest h-index 13.

Sl.No Authors No. of papers Affiliation Institution h-index
1 Madras, G. 540 Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India 66
2 Bose, S. 53 Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India 41
3 McCoy, B.J. 49 University of California, Davis, Davis, United States 39
4 Ramamurthy, P.C. 42 Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India 28
5 Chatterjee, K. 27 Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India 32
6 Sivalingam, G. 27 Reliance Industries Limited, Mumbai, India 20
7 Deshpande, P.A. 24 Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, Kharagpur, India 18
8 Hegde, M.S. 24 Indian Institute of Science Challakere Campus, Chitradurga, India 62
9 Sharma, M. 22 KU Leuven, 3000 Leuven, Belgium 18
10 Chattopadhyay, S. 16 Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, Roorkee, India 13

Table 4: Collaborative Authors

Top communication sources

Table 5 explores the top communication sources used by Madras G publishing his research work through different sources. “Industrial And Engineering Chemistry Research” tops the list with 55 papers between 1993-1997 with (SJR-0.878, IF-3.72, CN-UK), “RSC Advances” with 31 papers between 2012-2016 with (SJR-0.746, IF-3.36, CN-UK), “Polymer Degradation And Stability” with 28 papers between 1996-2014 with (SJR-0.925, IF-5.030, CN-UK), “Journal of Applied Polymer Science” with 25 papers between 2001-2013 with (SJR-0.575, IF-3.125, CN- US), the top impacted journal with (SJR-4.672, IF-19.503, CN-Netherland) “Applied Catalysis B: Environmental” were he published (15) papers between 2003-2018.

Sl. No Title of the source Articles FPY LPY SJR
(2020)
IF
(2020)
Country
1 Industrial And Engineering Chemistry Research 55 1993 1997 0.878 3.72 UK
2 RSC Advances 31 2012 2016 0.746 3.36 UK
3 Polymer Degradation And Stability 28 1996 2014 0.925 5.030 UK
4 Journal of Applied Polymer Science 25 2001 2013 0.575 3.125 US
5 AICHE Journal 17 1994 2014 0.958 3.993 US
6 Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 15 2003 2018 4.672 19.503 Netherland
7 Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 15 2003 2018 1.053 3.676 UK
8 Journal of Supercritical Fluids 14 2003 2019 0.962 4.577 Netherland
9 Chemical Engineering Journal 12 2010 2020 2.528 13.273 Netherland
10 Chemical Engineering Science 12 1997 2015 1.022 4.311 UK
11 Journal of Physical Chemistry B 11 2004 2014 0.864 2.991 Russian
12 Materials Research Express 11 2014 2017 0.383 1.610 UK
13 Journal of Physical Chemistry C 9 2007 2019 1.401 4.126 US
14 (128 Periodicals with 1-7 papers) 285 1993 2020 - - -
Total 540 -

Table 5: Top Communication Journals

Block year

Table 6 highlights the contribution of Madras G papers in block years, where this productive year started from 1993 chronological age of 25. The paper was divided into 5 block years starting between 1993-1997 published 16 (2.963%) papers were his (CA 22-29, PA 1-5, PBY3.2%) between 1998-2002 published 40 (7.4074) papers were his (CA 30-34, PA 6-10 PBY 8%), between 2003-2007 published 115 (21.296%) papers were his (CA 35-39, PA 11-15, PBY 23%), between 2008-2012 published 136 (25.185%) papers were his (CA 40-44, PA 16-20, PBY 27.2%), between 2013-2017 published 179 (33.148%) papers were his (CA 45-49, PA 21-25, PBY 35.8%) which was his peak block years of publications, where many years’ experience in research and guiding many students let to the milestone.

Block
years
Chronological
age (CA)
Productive
age (PA)
No. of
papers
Productivity in
block years (%)
%
1993-1997 25-29 1-5 16 3.2 2.963
1998-2002 30-34 6-10 40 8 7.4074
2003-2007 35-39 11-15 115 23 21.296
2008-2012 40-44 16-20 136 27.2 25.185
2013-2017 45-49 21-25 179 35.8 33.148
2018-2020 50-52 26-28 54 18 10
Total 540   100

Table 6: Block Years

Authorship status

Table 7 analyse authorship appearance differentiate between Non-collaborative and collaborative authorship in research publications. Where Non-collaborative papers were 2 individual publications of Madras G and further his collaborative papers 51 with two authored papers, 216 papers with three authored papers which were the highest in the table. Four authored papers of 144 papers, five authored papers of 80 papers, six authored papers of 35 papers, seven authored papers of 8 papers and eight six authored papers of 4 papers.

Authorship Single Two Three Four Five Six Seven Eight Total
Non-Collaborative 2 - - - - - - 2
Collaborative - 51 216 144 80 35 8 4 538

Table 7: Authorship Non-Collaborative and Collaborative

Time span

Table 8 portrays the life span of the duration of years of authorship appearance. The top contributions came in three authored papers between the period of 1993-2020 of 216 papers within a span of 28 years and the second top contribution came in 4 authored papers in 144 papers time of span 2002-2020 within a span of 18 years.

No. of Author Single Two Three Four Five Six Seven Eight
No of Papers 2 51 216 144 80 35 8 4
Time Span 1997-2004 1993-2007 1993-2020 2002-2020 2004-2019 2004-2019 2008-20018 2012-2016
Years 8 15 28 18 16 16 11 5

Table 8: Production Years

Keywords

Table 9 discuss the top keywords used by Madras G in publications are listed out. Degradation was the top keyword with occurrences of (30), times, followed by continuous distribution kinetics (23) times, photocatalysis (22) times, combustion synthesis (16) times, supercritical carbon dioxide (16) times.

Sl. No. Keywords No. of Occurrences
1 Degradation 30
2 Continuous distribution kinetics 23
3 Photocatalysis 22
4 Combustion synthesis 16
5 Supercritical carbon dioxide 16
6 Kinetics 12
7 Supercritical fluids 12
8 Dye degradation 11
9 Adsorption 10
10 Co oxidation 10
11 Distribution kinetics 10
12 Thermal degradation 10
13 Biodegradable polymers 9
14 Photocatalytic degradation 9
15 Solubilities 9
16 Association model 8
17 Ultrasound 8
18 Copolymers 7
19 Ostwald ripening 7
20 Rate coefficients 7

Table 9: Productive Keywords

Top cited articles

Table 10 displayed top-cited papers of Madras G. The top-cited paper came in the year 2014 with the title of “Structure and photo catalytic activity of Ti1-x M × O2 ± δ (M=W, V, Ce, Zr, Fe, and Cu) synthesized by solution combustion method” in “The Journal of Physical Chemistry B” citations of 505 times with, followed by in 2004 on the title of “Synthesis and structure of Nano crystalline TiO2 with lower band gap showing high photo catalytic activity” in “Langmuir Journal” with citations of 471 times. The Top IF (19.503) paper came from Nagaveni, K., Siva lingam, G., Hegde, M. S., and Madras, G. (2004). “Solar photo catalytic degradation of dyes: high activity of combustion synthesized Nano TiO2”. “Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 48(2), 83-93” from US publication.

Sl. No. Citation of the Documents No of Times Cited IF Country
1 Nagaveni, K., Hegde, M. S., and Madras, G. (2004). Structure and photocatalytic activity of Ti1-x M × O2 ± δ (M=W, V, Ce, Zr, Fe, and Cu) synthesized by solution combustion method.  505 2.991 US
2 Nagaveni, K., Hegde, M. S., Ravishankar, N., Subbanna, G. N., and Madras, G. (2004). Synthesis and structure of nanocrystalline TiO2 with lower band gap showing high photocatalytic activity.  471 3.882 US
3 Nagaveni, K., Sivalingam, G., Hegde, M. S., and Madras, G. (2004). Solar photocatalytic degradation of dyes: high activity of combustion synthesized nano TiO2 351 19.503 Netherlands
4 Sivalingam, G., Nagaveni, K., Hegde, M. S., and Madras, G. (2003). Photocatalytic degradation of various dyes by combustion synthesized nano anatase TiO2. 348 19.503 Netherlands
5 Madras, G., Kolluru, C., and Kumar, R. (2004). Synthesis of biodiesel in supercritical fluids.  327 6.88 Netherlands
6 Nagaveni, K., Sivalingam, G., Hegde, M. S., and Madras, G. (2004). Photocatalytic degradation of organic compounds over combustion-synthesized nano-TiO2 274 7.864 US
7 Hegde, M. S., Madras, G., and Patil, K. C. (2009). Noble metal ionic catalysts.  266 22.38 US
8 Mahata, P., Madras, G., and Natarajan, S. (2006). Novel photocatalysts for the decomposition of organic dyes based on metal-organic framework compounds.  258 2.991 US
9 Radhakrishnan, S., Siju, C. R., Mahanta, D., Patil, S., and Madras, G. (2009). Conducting polyaniline–nano-TiO2 composites for smart corrosion resistant coatings.  250 6.215 UK
10 Kundu, P., Nethravathi, C., Deshpande, P. A., Rajamathi, M., Madras, G., and Ravishankar, N. (2011). Ultrafast microwave-assisted route to surfactant-free ultrafine Pt nanoparticles on grapheme: synergistic co-reduction mechanism and high catalytic activity.  238 9.811 US

Table 10: Top Citations

Key findings

1. The top research outcome of Madras G came in the form of (540) articles. Where sole published only (0.47) 2 papers between1997-2004. As the main author he appeared in (9.81%) 53 papers and with multi-authors (90.19%) 487 papers. The highest contribution came as second authored appearance in (40%) 216 papers duration 1997-2020.

2. The highest productive year was 2014 where he published 42 papers with (27.99%) average citation per paper (ACPP) were his chronological age was 46 and his publication productivity age was 22. The highest citations appeared in 2004 with 32 papers of ACPP of (89.8%) were his chronological age was 36.

3. The degree of collaboration was 1.00 and collaboration co-efficient is 0.71 with co- authors. He was more collaborative in nature of work than performing in sole research. This productive co-efficient was 1.4 and annual he contributed on an average of (19.29%) 18-19 papers.

Results and Discussion

The highest collaborator was Bose, S from IISc, Bangalore, India (41) papers with h-index of 41 and with overseas collaborator McCoy B J from “University of California, United States” with h-index of 39.The top source came from “Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research” with 55 papers between 1993-1997 with (SJR-0.878, IF-3.72, CN-UK) in “Applied Catalysis B: Environmental” where he published (15) papers between 2003-2018. The top impacted journal with (SJR-4.672, IF-19.503, CN-Netherland) “Applied Catalysis B: Environmental” were he published (15) papers between 2003-2018.His peak block years of publications were 2013-2017; he published (33.148%) 179 papers were his (CA 45-49, PA 21-25, PBY 35.8%). The top collaborative pattern was 216 papers with three authored papers with a time span of 1993-2020 in 28 years. The top-cited paper came in the year 2014 with the title of “Structure and photo catalytic activity of Ti1-x M × O2 ± δ (M=W, V, Ce, Zr, Fe, and Cu) synthesized by solution combustion method” in “The Journal of Physical Chemistry B” with citations of 505 times. The Top IF (19.503) with citations 351 came from” Synthesis and structure of Nano crystalline TiO2 with lower band gap showing high photo catalytic activity” Langmuir Journal from US publication. The top keywords used by Madras. G in his publications was ‘degradation’ (30) times.

Conclusion

Scientometric studies are very important in highlighting the single scientists profile, achievement, awards, research publications and etc. Performed by a single author throughout his prolonged career with the association of different institutions, authors and communication channels. As an eminent scientist and professor, Madras G has contributed excellent work in this domain and is honoured with many awards. He guided many students and scholars throughout his life. Based on his research publications he was more collaborative in his work, compared to other scientists he was more collaborative with Indian author’s par with foreign authors. His h-index is 66, where got more than 5000 citations and is one of the top third productive authors of IISc, Bangalore.

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Author Info

Yashodamma G*
 
Department of Library and Information Science, Maharani Womens Arts, Commerce and Management College, Seshadri Road, Bangalore-560001, India
 

Received: 07-Mar-2022, Manuscript No. IJLIS-22-56296; Editor assigned: 14-Mar-2022, Pre QC No. IJLIS-22-56296(PQ); Reviewed: 28-Mar-2022, QC No. IJLIS-22-56296; Revised: 04-Apr-2022, Manuscript No. IJLIS-22-56296(R); Published: 14-Apr-2022, DOI: 10.35248/2231-4911.22.12.828

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