Programme

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Day 1: September 10

8:30-9:00 Registration
9:00-9:10

Welcome and opening

9:10-9:40

Introduction

European databases for research output: what do we know?

  • Highlights from two ENRESSH surveys
  • Launch of a web-based overview of databases for research output in the social sciences and humanities

Linda Sīle

Centre for R&D Monitoring (ECOOM), University of Antwerp, Belgium

9:40-10:30

Examples of databases for research output (part 1)

 

Towards a Research Information Hub in Finland

Hanna-Mari Puuska

CSC - IT Centre for Science, Finland

 

ERIH PLUS and other sources of information to national databases in bibliometrics

Kristin Gåsemyr

Statistics on  higher education and research, NSD – Norwegian Centre for  Research Data, Norway

10:30-10:45 Coffee break
10:45-12:30

Examples of databases for research output (part 2)

 

The Danish Bibliometric Research Indicator (BFI)

Lotte Faurbæk

Ministry of Higher Education and Science, Danish Agency for Science and Higher Education, Denmark

 

Russian Index for Science Citation as a tool for research output evaluation in Humanities and Social Sciences in Russia

Pavel Arefiev

elibrary.ru, Russia

 

Central Registry of Publication Activity  - Slovakia

Marta Dušková

Slovak Centre of Scientific and Technical Information, Slovakia

 

Researchfish: the federated system 

Gavin Reddick

Researchfish Ltd, UK

 

The Registry of Information about Results (RIV) in the Czech Republic – good servant, bad master

Michal Petr

Masaryk University, the Czech Republic

12:30-13:30 Lunch
13:30-15:10

Dealing with quality

 

Classifying SSH content in the Hungarian Scientific Bibliography: theory and practice

Sándor Soós

Library and Information Centre of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA),  Department of Science Policy and Scientometrics, Hungary

 

Towards a Current Research Information System? The Italian experience

Antonio Ferrara and Marco Malgarini

ANVUR, Italy

 

Managing data quality in Cristin and the Norwegian Science Index (NVI)

Marit Henningsen and Espen S. Karlsen

The Norwegian Directorate for ICT and Joint Services in Higher Education and Research, Norway

 

Defining and delimitating scholarly publications in the Norwegian Cris system: The Norwegian Model

Vidar Røeggen

The National Board of Scholarly Publication, Universities Norway (UHR), Norway

 

Enriching the VABB-SHW using external data sources

Raf Guns

Centre for R&D Monitoring (ECOOM), University of Antwerp, Belgium

15:10-15:25 Coffee break
15:25-17:00

Session I: Identifying challenges

Brainstorming in groups: what challenges do we encounter in data collection, processing, and integration?

19:00- Workshop dinner in the historical center of Antwerp

 

Day 2: September 11

9:00-10:20

Databases and their use in context

 

Implementation of National research information system in Latvia

Kaspars Veldre

Ministry of Science and Education, Latvia

 

NARCIS: towards research in context

Chris Baars

DANS, The Netherlands

 

The Role of the Croatian Scientific Bibliography CROSBI in the Re-Accreditation of the Higher Education Institutions Processes

Jadranka Stojanovski, Marina Grubišić, Bojan Macan and Marina
Cvitanušić-Brečić

Unversity of Zadar, Ruđer Bošković Institute, Croatian Agency for Science and Higher Education, Croatia

 

Utilizing a national scientific bibliography in science policy: the Hungarian MTMT and career research on Doctorate Holders

Anna Kiss

Library and Information Centre of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA),  Department of Science Policy and Scientometrics, Hungary

10:20-10:30 Coffee break
10:30-12:00

Session II: Identifying solutions

Brainstorming in groups: what solutions for the challenges in data collection, processing, integration can we think of?

12:00-12:30

Closing session

12:30 Grab-and-go lunch