Collaboration with other disciplines most often involves researchers in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering and Information Science/Information Studies. Collaborations between COMPUTER SCIENCE and Electrical Engineering faculty produced 11.6% of co-authored Computer Science journal articles. Collaborations between Computer Science faculty and Computer Engineering and Information Science/Information Studies researchers accounted for 10.61% and 2.61% of co-authored Computer Science journal publications respectively. Do you know who are the top potential collaborators in these fields that best complement your research and where they are located?
According to the data captured in the Academic Analytics database, 50% of all Computer Science faculty have received an honorific award. The Association for Computing Machinery has provided a total of 1,321 awards to members of the discipline. Of the faculty population for whom we have been able to identify gender, 82.6% were to male scholars; 17.4% were to female scholars. Emphasizing the strong relationship between Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, the Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and its chapters have provided 984 awards to computer scientists. The distribution of awards is 84.2% of awards went to male scholars and 15.8% went to female scholars.
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