Highlights of the first Canadian version of Hirsch-Index Benchmarking of Academic Research
27 March 2012

Highlights of the first Canadian version of HiBAR (Hirsch-Index Benchmarking of Academic Research) were published in an article in the Globe and Mail on Tuesday March 27 2012. Providing a broad measurement of which researchers wield the most influence in their fields. It uses a large database created by HESA (Higher Education Strategy Associates) of every Canadian university faculty member, then creates an H-index score for each using raw data from Google Scholar.

In the list of researchers with the Top 3 H-Index scores for the "Chemical Engineering Discipline" were: Shiping Zhu (40), Archie E. Hamielec (39), John L. Brash (38).