Covenant World’s Best in the Field of Municipal Solid Waste; Solid Wastes; Waste Management

Covenant World’s Best in the Field of Municipal Solid Waste; Solid Wastes; Waste Management

 

Nigeria’s best private university, Covenant University, has continued to earn accolades for her research industry, with latest computations, spanning the period between 2014 and 2017, affirmed the University as the No 1 in the world in the field of Municipal Solid Waste; Solid Wastes; Waste Management.

The computations, made by Elsevier SciVal, the quick and easy access to the research performance of 8500 research institutions and 220 countries worldwide, saw Covenant emerging 1st among the top 5 institutions globally on this topic, by scholarly output, courtesy of her overall research performance of 66 scholarly outputs, 1337 views count, and field-weighted citation impact of 141.

Tshwane University of Technology, University of Ibadan, Nicolaus Copernius University in Torun, and University of Nigeria, Nsukka, completed the top 5 list in that other.

The list of the world’s top 5 authors on this topic was dominated by Covenant authors, with the list featuring 3 of the University’s faculty. Professor David Omole of the Department of Civil Engineering emerged No. 1 in the world with 13 scholarly outputs, 308 views count, and field-weighted citation impact of 1.21. The research interests of Professor Omole, who is currently the Director, Vice-Chancellor’s Office, Covenant University, include Water Quality, Re-aeration Coefficient Modeling and Assimilative Capacity Study (ACS) of Surface Water Bodies.

Engr. Chidozie Emenike of the Department of Civil Engineering, ranked No. 4 in the list of the world’s top 5 authors, had 4 scholarly outputs, 118 views count, and field-weighted citation impact of 0.51. Solid Waste Management, Hospital Waste Management, and Water Quality are some of his research interests.

The other Covenant author in that bracket was Engr. Tenebe Imokhai, who was ranked No. 5 with 4 scholarly outputs, 118 views count, and field-weighted citation impact of 0.51.

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