Check out my Google Scholar profile for my full publications and my latest H-index.

The h-number (or h-index), *h*, is defined as the number of papers with citation number higher or
equal to *h*, as a useful index to characterize the scientific output of a researcher.

My h-number was 30 with max citations equal to 686 (as of September 15, 2006). It was computed with this script.

My h-number was 38 with max citations equal to 1604 and total citations equal to 8910 (as of November 24, 2008). It was computed with this script. Click Here for the snapshot. (The previous does not work anymore.)

My h-number is 40 as of May 23, 2010, with max citations equal to 2509 and total citations > 10639. This Excel spread sheet was the result from Harzing's Publish and Perish with search "Z Zhang" after ignoring any papers with less than 30 citations, and manually deleting papers not authored by me. With this script, I also got h-index equal to 40. The result is here with search using my full name "Zhengyou Zhang", but somehow it missed my most cited paper "A flexible new technique for camera calibration" published at IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence in 2000.

My h-index is 44 as of March 12, 2011, with max citations equal to 2899 and total citations > 13000. Based on Harzing's Publish and Perish with my full name search "Zhengyou Zhang".

Jens Palsberg maintains a list of Computer Scientists with h-number at least 40, among whom are my Ph.D. advisor Olivier Faugeras (71), my mentor Thomas S. Huang (77), and my friend Andrew Zisserman (72).