Tuesday, January 11, 2011

IJCTA dumps Ji-Huan He

We wrote to the International Journal of Control Theory and Applications (IJCTA) on June 14, 2010. In The Dishonorary Editor email we said

Allow me to advise you that listing Prof. Ji-Huan He as an Honorary Editor of IJCTA makes your journal and publication house a tempting object of ridicule and butt of jokes... An Honorary Editor should lend prestige. Ji-Huan He lends only disgrace and comic relief.

It took a while, but they came to their senses. El Naschie Watch gets results! Thanks to Shrink for noticing that He has been jettisoned. IJCTA is number 3 on our Master list of Ji-Huan He's editorial positions.

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  1. El Naschie's Rosa Al-Youssef column is up for Wednesday, January 12. To eliminate the role of «Al-Azhar Al-Sharif». Original Arabic or Google's English translation.

    This is the second of a two-part series. El Naschie says he gave lectures at Al-Azhar University. He rails at length against the West. He says Al Qaida wasn't responsible for the New Year bombing in Alexandria, and in fact Al Qaida is just a made-up word the West uses when they want to blame the Arab world for something.

  2. Jason, I also noticed yesterday that Ji-Huan He is an honorary committee member at the conference CHAOS 2011 in Athens Greece. It also gives his dignified position as editor of IJNSS, the highest impact factor journal in applied mathematics... ever.

    I guess those are your just rewards when you are the Highest-cited researcher in the entire combined disciplines of mathematics, engineering, and physics in a single year.

  3. Haha yes, I wrote about it in CHAOS 2011, Crete. Here's the conference website. Is there a way we can have some fun at his expense? It runs from 31 May to 3 June 2011. Ideas are welcome.

  4. Ahh, of course I should've guessed you'd already seen it. Regarding having fun -- I suppose one could envision attending the conference and attempting to get an interview with Dr. He. It seems the Great Men are usually suckers for all the attention they can get. I would guess, however, that they would be unwilling to answer the kind of questions we would like to ask.

    Perhaps one could submit an abstract and present a poster at the conference about the Chaotic behavior human influence on publisher citation factors. One could even do an allometric scaling or an E-inifinity production, citing loads of He and El-Naschie background, of course.

    Unfortunately it seems the expense and time required for actual travel and participation would be prohibitive.... I'll try to think of more ideas.