Professor Named a Top Researcher in Artificial Intelligence Worldwide

syed ahmad chan bukhari
November 27, 2023

Syed Ahmad Chan Bukhari, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Division of Computer Science, Mathematics, and Science, and Director of Healthcare Informatics at The Lesley H. and William L. Collins College of Professional Studies, has been recognized as one of the top two percent of researchers globally in the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI).


“This recognition is not just a personal accolade; it underscores the College’s unwavering commitment to advancing the frontiers of research excellence within the dynamic field of Artificial Intelligence,” said Dr. Bukhari. 


This recognition is part of a meticulously curated database by Stanford University, acknowledging his contributions to the realm of Artificial Intelligence, a field at the forefront of cutting-edge technology and innovation.


“Dr. Bukhari’s dedication to publishing research in peer-reviewed scholarly journals has been a pivotal step in disseminating knowledge to peers and the wider public,” said Luca Iandoli, Ph.D., Dean and Distinguished Chair, Collins College of Professional Studies, and Professor, Division of Computer Science, Mathematics, and Science. “His research serves as a cornerstone for others in the field and is frequently cited by fellow scholars, highlighting its role in advancing related research and exploration.”


Dr. Iandoli continued, “We are very proud of Dr. Bukhari. His work helps St. John’s University to advance its agenda and rapid development of research on AI and its connection with health sciences—a highly strategic domain for St. John’s and the AI field at large. Dr. Bukhari’s achievement as a top two percent researcher in the Artificial Intelligence category is a testament to the global recognition and influence of his work. It signifies that his contributions matter to a community of scholars and leaders on an international scale, making a credible and lasting impact on the field.”