A-rated researchers are those who are unequivocally recognised by their peers as being leading international scholars in their field for the high quality and impact of their recent research outputs. The programme for identifying new potential applicants and helping researchers to move from a lower to a higher rating, implemented in 2010, continued to yield good results. At the end of 2013, the University had 133 rated researchers (of which 6 were A-rated), up from 114 at the end of the previous year. This increase was mainly due to existing staff being rated rather than new staff joining the University.
Spotlight on UJ's A-rated Researchers
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Click on the link below for a list of UJ's NRF-rated researchers per rating category. When the file opens, use "Control-F" to seach by name, faculty or area of expertise. Where available, you may also view the researchers Google Scholar Profile.
Full List of UJ's NRF-rated Researchers
Click NRF Rating Categories for more information on the NRF Rating Categories
Click NRF Evaluation and Rating for more information about the rating process, including the eligibility criteria, appeals to outcomes, etc.