The Times Higher Education World Ranking of Physical Sciences in California Universities

Today, the Times Higher Education came out with their world rankings of Physical Sciences Schools in world universities.  As usual, we cite the world’s top 15, and then just the California Universities.  Three of the top 10 Universities are in California:  Stanford, Cal Tech, and UC Berkeley, with UCLA coming in at number 13.  Repeated numbers are ties, and we don’t otherwise note ties in the rankings.  The third column is the overall performance score.

1 Princeton 95.8
2 California Inst. of Tech 95.7
3 U. Of Cambridge 94.6
3 Stanford U. 94.6
5 Harvard U. 94.2
5 Mass. Inst. of Tech 94.2
7 U. Of Oxford 93.8
8 ETH Zurich 92.4
9 UC Berkeley 90.8
10 U. Of Chicago 89.7
11 Imperial Coll. London 89.3
12 Yale U. 88.1
13 UCLA 87.3
14 Columbia U. 86.7
15 Cornell U. 85.7
28 UC Santa Barbara 77.9
30 UC San Diego 77.2
64 UC Davis 65.3
67 UC Irvine 64.6
77 UC Santa Cruz 62.3
126-150 UC Riverside 53.8-56.3
126-150 USC 53.8-56.3

In Physical Sciences, the category scores for UC Irvine are:

Research 43.2
Teaching 41.2
Citations 96.7
Industry Income 53.9
International Outlook 82.1

 

About Dennis SILVERMAN

I am a retired Professor of Physics and Astronomy at U C Irvine. For a decade I have been active in learning about energy and the environment, and in lecturing and attending classes at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at UC Irvine.
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