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List of posters by session
In alphabetical order of first author's surname
Poster session 1 (Thursday 9 Sept 2010)
A time and field dependent h-type index for individual scientific performance measuring
Lucy Amez
Investing in future academics: results of a doctoral fellowship programme at Catalan
Ángel Borrego; Maite Barrios; Anna Villarroya
Long-term research group dynamics reflected in science indicators
Robert Braam; Thed van Leeuwen
The Impacts of Academic Patenting on Paper Publication: A Quantity-Quality Examination
Yuan-Chieh Chang; Phil Y. Yang; T.-F. Tsai-Lin
The effect on the research community of the endorsement of SJR and SNIP by Scopus
Lisa Colledge
Order of authorship: effects of age and professional rank
Rodrigo Costas; María Bordons
Technological Capacities of the European Union, 15 members (EU-15) and its Collaboration
Profile with Latin American Countries
Esther García-Carpintero; Armando Albert; Luis M. Plaza
Articles vs proceedings papers: do they differ in research relevance and impact?
Borja González-Albo Manglano; María Bordons Gangas
National Research Performances in Light of the Sixth EU Framework Programme
Jürgen Güdler; Miriam Henseler
A Worldwid Ranking for 28 Scientific Fields Using Scopus Data, The SCIMAGO Ranking of
Journals, Mean Citation Rates and High- and Low-Impact Indicators
Vicente Guerrero-Botes; Félix de Moya-Anegón; Javier Ruiz-Castillo
Multidimensional Journal Evaluation
Stefanie Haustein
Exploration of global knowledge structure of nanotechnology including interaction between
nano and non-nanotechnologies
Masatsura IGAMI
Scientific cooperation in times of unrest: A network-based approach to former Yugoslavia
Marcus John; Milos Jovanovic; Stefan Reschke
Benchmarking Science and Technology at the regional level – a case study of Baden-
Wuerttemberg, Germany, reflected by SCOPUS and PATSTAT
Judith Kamalski; Rainer Frietsch; Knut Koschatzky; Niels Weertman
National journals as indicators of state-of-art of social sciences in Ukraine
Khorevin V.; Kavunenko L.; Kostritsa O.
Estimating Publication Productivity from a Zero-Truncated Distribution
Timo Koski; Erik Sandström; and Ulf Sandström
Identifying research strength that is not assessed in UK’s 2008 Research Assessment
Exercise: A pilot investigation
Jonathan M. Levitt, Mike Thelwall
The Framework of Indicators Formation of S&T Programs: The case in Taiwan
Li, Shan Shan; Lee, Ling-chu; Chuang, Yun Wen; Lin, Pin Hua
Potential of Russian Research Personnel in Nanotechnology
V. Markusova; M. Jansz; A. Libkind; A. Terekhov
Bibliometric Indicators and their Impact on Russian University Rankings
V. Markusova; M. Jansz; A. Libkind
Measuring and Analyzing National Innovation System Functions and Indicators: A Comparative
Model and Lessons for IRAN
Mehdi Mohammadi; Mehdi Elyasi; Amir Shojaan
From global village to safari research
Must, U.
Who is the best partner, and where? International collaboration of Russian scientists Vladimir Pislyakov Output and impact of interdisciplinary networks: Experiences from a dedicated funding program Nadine Rons Analysis of Independence Processes of Researchers in Japan. Academic career paths and research environments Keiji Saito; Takayuki Nakatsukasa Quantitative Comparative study of the Constructions of Japanese and UK University Systems Ayaka Saka; Terutaka Kuwahara Indicators in the field of Genetics with special reference to India and China (1982 – 2009) S.L. Sangam; Uma Patil; C.G. Patil; M.N. Megeri Network characteristics of highly co-active researchers Antoine Schoen; Lionel Villard; Peter van den Besselaar Patenting Abroad: Evidence from OECD Countries Nikos C. Varsakelis ; Fragiskos Archontakis The Journal Relative Impact : a new impact index for scientific journals Elizabeth S. Vieira; José A. N. F. Gomes Bibliometric Analysis of Turkey’s Recent Social Science Publications Burcu Umut Zan; Bülent Karasözen Incompleteness problem for indicators system of research programme Igor M. Zatsman; Alexander A.Durnovo Poster session 2 (Friday 10 Sept 2010)
The Skewness of Science in 219 Sub-Fields and a Number of Aggregates
Pedro Albarrán; Juna A. Crespo; Ignacio Ortuño; Javier Ruiz-Castillo
Fuel cells and battery technology in the age of electric vehicles: Have Europe and North
America bet on the wrong horse?
Alexandre Beaudet; Éric Archambault; David Campbell
Knowledge Creation Process in an Emerging Economy in a Frontier Technology: A case study
of Nanotechnology research in India
Sujit Bhattacharya; Avinash Prasad Kshitij
Long term development of research groups/institutes
Robert Braam
Seed journal citation network maps:a method based on network theory
Clara Calero-Medina;Thed N. van Leeuwen
The Optimality Property of C-D Knowledge Production Function
Bangwen Cheng; Shumei Liu; Linfen Shi;Yali Wang; Hongjin Yang; Jun Yang
Effects of the durability of citations over the impact of research teams
Rodrigo Costas; Thed N. van Leeuwen; Anthony F.J. van Raan
Towards Quality Measures for Bibliometric Indicators
William Peter Dinkel; Markus von Ins
Scientometric journals in scientometric databases. Microlevel analysis of lost citations
Ekaterina Dyachenko; Vladimir Pislyakov
A new representation of relative first-citation times
Wolfgang Glänzel; Ronald Rousseau
Representation of scholarly activity as a multi-relational network: A case study
Raf Guns
Author disambiguation using multi-aspect similarity indicators
Thomas Gurney; Edwin Horlings; Peter van den Besselaar
Dynamics of Science, an observation based on the Science Map 2002 - 2008
Masatsura Igami; Ayaka Saka
What kind of political implications can we derive from the Science Map? A challenge in Japan
Masatsura Igami; Ayaka Saka
Footprints in the scientific landscape – Comparing metamaterials and fullerenes
Milos Jovanovic; Marcus John; Stefan Reschke
Weaving the Fabric of Science
Richard Klavans; Kevin W. Boyack
Mapping Science and Technology Structures by Keyword Co-occurrence and Citation- The
case of Electrical Conducting Polymer Nanocomposite
Pei-Chun Lee, Hsin-Ning Su
How does the BBC report mental disorders research?
Grant Lewison; Philip Roe; George Szmukler
Quality related publication categories in social sciences and humanities, based on a
university's peer review assessments
Nadine Rons; Arlette De Bruyn
Arena for dialogue of scientists: a Web survey based on the Science Map 2008
Ayaka Saka; Masatsura Igami
Scientometric designs for advanced information retrieval on innovation’s literature
Raimundo N.M. Santos; Mauricio Uriona; Jane L.S. Santos; Jatin Shah; Ricardo Pietrobon
Critical issues in science mapping: Delimiting fields by journals and the influence of their
publication activity
Jesper W. Schneider
Institutional identifiers as potential tool for bibliometric studies
Holger Schwechheimer; Matthias Winterhager
Using scientometrics techniques to identify and to study final uses for essential oils and
medicinal plants
Elena E. Stashenko, Jairo R. Martínez, Martha Cervantes Díaz, Fernando Palop and Jenny Marcela Sánchez Multi-Database Field Delimitation: ISI vs. Scopus Andreas Strotmann; Dangzhi Zhao Comparing the hardly comparable? - Quantitative research assessment excercise at the Social and Economic Sciences Faculty of the University of Graz Suppan Marion, Schloegl Christian Detecting emerging clusters: ART, WARD or k-Means Bart Thijs; Wolfgang Glänzel Performance Indicators for Humanity Institutes – A Preliminary Study Yuen-Hsien Tseng; Kuang-Hua Chen; Ya-Lin Tsai "The Delphic Oracle" - An Analysis of Potential Error Sources in Bibliographic Databases Dirk Tunger; Stefanie Haustein; Lena Ruppert; Gaetano Luca; Simon Unterhalt An agent based model of scientific and scholarly research – modeling the peer review process Paul Wouters, Krzysztof Suchecki, Andrea Scharnhorst H-family: from H-index to H-mixed Indices Fred Y. Ye


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