2020~2022 Best Universities Ranking by Subject: Materials Sciences

2020~2022 Best Universities Ranking by Subject: Materials Sciences

The development of solid state physics, inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry, physical chemistry and other disciplines, in-depth research on the structure and physical properties of matter, has promoted the research and understanding of the nature of materials. Therein, semiconductor material is one crucial part of materials sciences. PAM-XIAMEN compiles world university rankings for materials sciences.

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Top 50 World University Rankings by Subject: Materials Sciences (2020~2022)

  2022 Ranking 2021 Ranking 2020 Ranking
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) 1 2 1
Stanford University 2 3 2
Nanyang Technological University 3 1 3
Harvard University 4 5 7
University of Cambridge 4 4 4
University of California, Berkeley (UCB) 6 8 6
National University of Singapore (NUS) 7 5 13
University of Oxford 8 9 5
Georgia Institute of Technology 9 7 10
EPFL 10 12 7
Tsinghua University 10 10 9
Northwestern University 12 11 12
ETH Zurich 13 15 14
Imperial College London 14 14 11
Peking University 15 13 16
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) 16 21 25
California Institute of Technology(Caltech) 17 25 17
Seoul National University 18 21
Delft University of Technology 19 36 17
KAIST – Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology 20 16 19
The University of Tokyo 21 29 19
University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) 21 33 40
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 23 19 15
Pennsylvania State University 24 23 29
Shanghai Jiao Tong University 25 20 22
University of Texas at Austin 25 31 39
KTH Royal Institute of Technology 27 38 27
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology 28 16 23
The University of Manchester 29 28 28
Fudan University 30 16 30
RWTH Aachen University 31 41 24
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor 31 34 36
Pohang University of Science And Technology (POSTECH) 33 37 43
KIT, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology 34 45 43
Monash University 35 34 46
Technical University of Munich 35 49 31
Zhejiang University 35 27 35
University of Toronto 38 39 48
Carnegie Mellon University 39 32 31
The University of New South Wales (UNSW Sydney) 39 39 42
University of California, San Diego (UCSD) 41
University of Science and Technology of China 41 24 40
Purdue University 43 44 50
Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech) 44 33
Cornell University 45 47 38
Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU) 46 29 26
City University of Hong Kong 47 25
Kyoto University 47 50 34
 

Technische Universität Dresden

49
 

KU Leuven

50 45
National Taiwan University (NTU) 50
Rice University 50 42
Nanjing University 42
University of Pennsylvania 46 37
Korea University 48
The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) 50
Tohoku University 46
McGill University 49
  • Data from TopUniversities

Remarks:

“-“ stands for that the university was not on the top 50 list the year;

Rankings are based on academic reputation, employer reputation, research citations per paper, h-index, international research network, etc.

About Materials Sciences

Materials science is a science that studies the organizational structure, properties, production processes and performance of materials and their interrelationships, integrating physics, chemistry, and metallurgy. Materials science is an applied science that is inseparable from engineering technology.

Materials are substances that humans use to make machines, components, devices, and other products. Materials can be classified in a number of ways. According to physical and chemical properties, it is divided into metal materials, inorganic non-metallic materials, organic polymer materials and composite materials. According to the use, it is divided into electronic materials, aerospace materials, building materials, energy materials, biological materials, etc. In practical applications, it is often divided into structural materials and functional materials. Structural materials are based on mechanical properties and are used to manufacture force-based components. Structural materials also have requirements for physical properties or chemical properties, such as gloss, thermal conductivity, radiation resistance, oxidation resistance, corrosion resistance, etc., depending on the use of the material, the performance requirements are also different. Functional materials are mainly a class of materials made by utilizing the physical, chemical properties or biological phenomena of substances in different responses to external changes, such as semiconductor materials, superconducting materials, optoelectronic materials, magnetic materials, etc.

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