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Programme Overview

Sunday,
July 12th

Tutorial Day

Monday,
July 13th
Lectures Day:
Bibliometric Concepts, Indicators and Data Sources
Tuesday,
July 14th
Seminars Day 1
Data Handling
Wednesday,
July 15th
Seminars Day 2
Collaboration and Networks
Thursday,
July 16th

Focus Topic Day 1
Individual Evaluation

Friday,
July 17th
Focus Topic Day 2
Individual Evaluation




Programme

Sunday, July 12th:
Tutorial Day
11.00-
12.30

Bibliometric Crash Course
Wolfgang Glänzel, Centre for R&D Monitoring (ECOOM), KU Leuven,  Belgium / Juan Gorraiz, Bibliometrics Department, University of Vienna, Austria / Christian Gumpenberger, Bibliometrics Department, University of Vienna, Austria / Stefan Hornbostel, Institute for Research Information and Quality Assurance (iFQ), Germany / Sybille Hinze, Institute for Research Information and Quality Assurance (iFQ), Germany



12.30-
13.30
Lunch break
13.30-
14.30

Thomson Reuters; From Reliable Data to Trusted Research Performance Analysis
Tihomir Tsenkulovski,
Customer Education and Pre-Sales Specialist, Thomson Reuters




14.30-
15.00
Coffee break
15.00-
16.00
Scopus Walk-Through Presentation
Floortje Flippo, Solutions Sales Manager, Research Management, Elsevier




Monday, July 13th:
Lectures Day: Bibliometric Concepts, Indicators and Data Sources
09.00-
09.05
Welcome and Opening Remarks
09.05-
09.45

Bibliometrics reviewed: History, institutionalization, and concepts
Stefan Hornbostel, Institute for Research Information and Quality Assurance (iFQ), Germany




09.45-
10.30

Introduction to Bibliometric Data Sources
Wolfgang Glänzel, Centre for R&D Monitoring (ECOOM), KU Leuven,  Belgium / Juan Gorraiz, Bibliometrics Department, University of Vienna, Austria



10.30-
11.00
Coffee break
11.00-
12.00

Scientometric Indicators in Use: an Overview
Sybille Hinze, Institute for Research Information and Quality Assurance (iFQ), Germany / Wolfgang Glänzel, Centre for R&D Monitoring (ECOOM), KU Leuven,  Belgium



12.00-
12.45
Classifications in Bibliometrics - Theory, Approaches & Limits
Stephan Gauch, Institute for Research Information and Quality Assurance (iFQ), Germany




12.45-
13.45
Lunch break
13.45-
14.45

Bibliometrics in action: assessing the research outcomes of universities and funding agencies
Linda Butler, College of Arts and Social Sciences, The Australian National University, Australia





14.45-
15.30

Evaluation and Mapping of Research Programs and Scientific Developments, Novel Properties of the Leiden Ranking and Comparison with other Rankings
Anthony van Raan, CWTS - Centre for Science and Technology Studies, Leiden University, The Netherlands




15.30-
16.00
Coffee break
16.00-
16.45

Policy Use of Bibliometric Evaluation and its Repercussions on the Scientific Community
Koenraad Debackere, KU Leuven




16.45-
17.15

Assessing Research Performance using Thomson Reuters Analytics Solutions
Evangelia Lipitakis, Research Analytics Consultant, Thomson Reuters




Tuesday, July 14th:
Seminars Day 1 - Data Handling
09.00-
09.45

Data Cleaning and Processing
Matthias Winterhager, Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies of Science / AG Bibliometrie, Bielefeld University, Germany




09.45-
10.30

Author Identification
Wolfgang Glänzel, Centre for R&D Monitoring (ECOOM), KU Leuven,  Belgium




10.30-
11.00
Coffee break
11.00-
11.45
Subject Normalization for Citation Analysis
Wolfgang Glänzel, Centre for R&D Monitoring (ECOOM), KU Leuven,  Belgium


11.45-
12.30

Journal Impact Measures
Wolfgang Glänzel, Centre for R&D Monitoring (ECOOM), KU Leuven,  Belgium / Juan Gorraiz, Bibliometrics Department, University of Vienna, Austria




12.30-
13.30
Lunch break
13.30-
15.00

Group 1 – Exercises A: Journal Impact Measures
Group 2 – Exercises B: Personal Name Disambiguation, h-Index


15.00-
15.30
Coffee break
15.30-
17.00

Group 1 – Exercises B: Personal Name Disambiguation, h-Index
Group 2 – Exercises A: Journal Impact Measures


Wednesday, July 15th:
Seminars Day 2 - Collaboration and Networks
09.00-
09.45
The Application of Network Analysis in Science Studies: Common Theoretical Background for Broad Applications
Bart Thijs
, Centre for R&D Monitoring (ECOOM), Dept MSI, KU Leuven, Belgium



09.45-
10.30
Research Collaboration Measured by Co-Authorship
Wolfgang Glänzel, Centre for R&D Monitoring (ECOOM), KU Leuven,  Belgium


10.30-
11.00
Coffee break
11.00-11.45

Introduction to Gephi
Wolfgang Glänzel, Centre for R&D Monitoring (ECOOM), KU Leuven,  Belgium / Bart Thijs, Centre for R&D Monitoring (ECOOM), Dept MSI, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium


11.45-
12.30
Introduction to Bibexcel
Juan Gorraiz, Bibliometrics Department, University of Vienna, Austria / Nicola De Bellis, Medical Library - University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy


12.30-
13.30
Lunch break
13.30-
15.00

Afternoon sessions: structures in science and options for their visualization
Group 1, Part 1
Wolfgang Glänzel
, Centre for R&D Monitoring (ECOOM), KU Leuven,  Belgium / Bart Thijs, Centre for R&D Monitoring (ECOOM), Dept MSI, KU Leuven, Belgium / Sarah Heeffer, Centre for R&D Monitoring (ECOOM), KU Leuven, Belgium
Group 2, Part 1
Juan Gorraiz, Bibliometrics Department, University of Vienna, Austria / Nicola De Bellis, Medical Library - University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy


15.00-
15.30
Coffee break
15.30-
17.00

Afternoon sessions: structures in science and options for their visualization
Group 1, Part 2
Wolfgang Glänzel, Centre for R&D Monitoring (ECOOM), KU Leuven,  Belgium / Bart Thijs, Centre for R&D Monitoring (ECOOM), Dept MSI, KU Leuven, Belgium / Sarah Heeffer, Centre for R&D Monitoring (ECOOM), KU Leuven, Belgium
Group 2, Part 2
Juan Gorraiz, Bibliometrics Department, University of Vienna, Austria / Nicola De Bellis, Medical Library - University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy

  Social event
Leuven Guided Tour
 
Thursday, July 16th:
Focus Topic Day 1: Individual Evaluation
09.00-
09.45

General introduction to individual-level bibliometrics evaluation
Rodrigo Costas, CWTS - Centre for Science and Technology Studies, Leiden University, The Netherlands / Paul Wouters, CWTS - Centre for Science and Technology Studies, Leiden University, The Netherlands




09.45-
10.30

Peer Review Research
Hans Dieter Daniel, Professorship for Social Psychology and Research on Higher Education, ETH Zurich & Evaluation Office, University of Zurich




10.30-
11.00
Coffee break
11.00-
11.45
Prognostic validity from a bibliometric perspective
Martin Reinhart, Institute for Research Information and Quality Assurance (iFQ), Humboldt University, Germany


11.45-
12.30
Bibliometrics from the perspective of a university
Juan Gorraiz, Bibliometrics Department, University of Vienna, Austria / Christian Gumpenberger, Bibliometrics Department, University of Vienna, Austria



12.30-
13.30
Lunch break
13.30-
14.15

Supporting expert selection with automated natural language process approaches
Giles Radford, ÜberResearch GmbH, Germany




14.15-
15.00
Bibliometrics from the perspective of research funders and ethical aspects
Ulrike Felt, Head of Department and Professor of Science and Technology Studies, University of Vienna, Austria



15.00-
15.30
Coffee break
15.30-
17.30
Bibliometric Agora

Panelists:
Ulrike Felt, Head of Department and Professor of Science and Technology Studies, University of Vienna, Austria / Hans Dieter Daniel, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Moderation:
Juan Gorraiz, Bibliometrics Department, University of Vienna, Austria

  Social Event: Dinner
 
Friday, July 17th:
Focus Topic Day 2: Individual Evaluation
09.00-
09.45
Issues with individual evaluations in SSH
Gunnar Sivertsen, Nordic Institute for Studies in Innovation, Research and Education (NIFU), Oslo, Norway


9.45-
10.30
Google Scholar as a data source for bibliometric analysis
Nicolas Robinson-Garcia, EC3Metrics spin-off, Universidad de Granada, Spain


10.30-
11.00
Coffee break
11.00-
12.00
Bibliometrics and Open Access
Eric Archambault, Science-Metrix, Canada



12.00-
13.00
Lunch break
13.00-
15.00
Exercises /  2 Groups
15.00-
16.00
Q&A, Farewell / 2 Groups