Posts Tagged "impact"

Report of the Budapest Workshop “Identification, location and temporal evolution of topics” by Sandor Soos

Report of the Budapest Workshop “Identification, location and temporal evolution of topics” by Sandor Soos

Identification, location and temporal evolution of topics Data and algorithm – comparison of approaches Library and Information Centre of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 29-30. Aug. 2016.   Conference summary The timely problem From science studies to research evaluation to science policy, there is an increasing need for trustworthy information…

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Budapest Workshop “Identification, location and temporal evolution of topics – August 29-30, 2016”

Budapest Workshop “Identification, location and temporal evolution of topics – August 29-30, 2016”

As first working group meeting (WG 2,3,4) Knowescape starts its activities in the last year. Please find below the programme, and a pdf with all details. The workshop builds on a number of activities the COST Action Knowescape TD1210 has supported related to questions such as “What is a topic…

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STSM A systematic study of metrics and evidence suitable for institutions which operate in areas with high interdisciplinarity

  • 9th July 2016

Period: 2016-07-09 to 2016-07-17 COST Action: TD1210 STSM type: (from Greece to Netherlands) STSM Applicant: Ms Souzana Maranga, Alexander Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki (EL) STSM Applicant: Mr Dimitrios Iliadis, Alexander Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki, Sindos (EL), STSM Topic: A systematic study of metrics and evidence suitable for…

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After “Quantifying scientific impact: networks, measures, insights?” – a workshop report of Frank Schweitzer

After “Quantifying scientific impact: networks, measures, insights?” – a workshop report of Frank Schweitzer

Report on COST TD1210 Workshop Quantifying scienti c impact: networks, measures, insights? February 12-13, 2015 Villa Hatt, Zurich, Switzerland Prof. Dr. Dr. Frank Schweitzer Chair of Systems Design ETH Zurich Switzerland fschweitzer@ethz.ch Scientometrics, and quantitative studies of science in general, attract significant attention both from researchers and stakeholders. Importantly, they already…

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