Prof. Rajeev Ahuja is a Professor of Material Theory at Department of Physics & Astronomy, Uppsala University, Sweden and heads a research group of 17 theoretical physicists. He is one of the most highly cited researchers in Sweden under 51. He has published more than 750 scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals (H (Web of Science)-Index-59 & No. of citations-17000 (web of science)) & (Citations (Google Scholar): 22000, H-index (Google Scholar): 69)), of which 100 are in high profile journals (like Science, Nature, Nature Materials, PNAS, Physical Review Letters, Nano Letters, Angew. Chem). Prof. Ahuja has been awarded the Wallmark prize for 2011 from KVA (Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences), Stockholm. This award is presented to the young scientist (only one scientist every year covering all fields of natural sciences) from King of Sweden. He has previously received the Eder Lilly and Sven Thureus prize and the Benzelius prize from Royal Research Society in Uppsala. Prof. Ahuja is an elected member of the Royal Research Society in Uppsala & he is an executive board member of the International Association for the Advancement of High-Pressure Science and Technology (AIRAPT) & European High-Pressure group (EHPRG). Ahuja has supervised 22 Ph.D. students and he regularly acts as a reviewer for several international funding agencies including NSF from USA, NRC from Canada, ESF from Estonia, STW from Netherlands & IBS (100 Milon USD) from South Korea. Ahuja is a panel member and reviewer for Office of Basic Energy Sciences (BES), Office of Science, U. S. Department of Energy (DOE) for Theory, Modeling and Simulation (TMS) at Washington DC. TMS projects are expected to be multi-investigator theoretical efforts with budgets ranging from USD 450,000 to USD 750,000 annually for a 3-year period. He is a chief editor of Cogent Physics (Taylor & Francis Group) & editorial board member of Scientific Reports (Nature Publishing Group).  

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