Kwangwoon University ranked 43rd in South Korea and 2248th in the World 2021 overall rankings, plus got TOP 50% in 18 academic topics. EduRank's ranking for Kwangwoon University is based on 3 factors: research performance (a proprietary algorithm evaluated 8,115 publications and 98,472 citations), non-academic reputation, and the impact of 5 notable alumni.
Kwangwoon University ranked 26th for Engineering in South Korea and 827th in the World with 4,606 publications made and 50,454 citations received. Main research topics: Materials Science, Optical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Chemical Engineering.
Kwangwoon University ranked 32nd for Chemistry in South Korea and 1052nd in the World with 3,315 publications made and 44,881 citations received. Main research topics: Materials Science, Chemical Engineering, Nanotechnology, Inorganic Chemistry, Radiochemistry.
Kwangwoon University ranked 29th for Physics in South Korea and 907th in the World with 3,225 publications made and 34,200 citations received. Main research topics: Materials Science, Optical Engineering, Nanotechnology, Condensed Matter Physics, Atomic and Molecular physics.
Kwangwoon University ranked 28th for Computer Science in South Korea and 1083rd in the World with 1,509 publications made and 10,480 citations received. Main research topics: Artificial Intelligence (AI), Computer Vision, Computer Networking, Computer Graphics, Blockchain and Cryptography.
Kwangwoon University ranked 50th for Biology in South Korea and 1742nd in the World with 821 publications made and 20,161 citations received. Main research topics: Nanotechnology, Biochemistry, Biophysics, Oncology and Cancer research, Nutrition and Food Science.
Kwangwoon University ranked 23rd for Art & Design in South Korea and 1303rd in the World with 220 publications made and 1,264 citations received. Main research topics: Computer Graphics, Game Design and Development, Animation, Singing and Vocal Performance, Cinematography.
Please note that our approach to topical rankings is based on scientific outputs and therefore prefers institutions researching arts through computer science.