Call for Papers: 5th International Triple Helix Conference - Track on Indicators
willieezi at YAHOO.COM
Tue Jul 27 11:48:12 EDT 2004
I will meet all deadlines for the meeting. But I had
requested before that my attendance will only be
possible if there is a funding support. I wish that
you consider this as a reminder.
My names are
Dr Williams Nwagwu
Africa regional Center for informatin science
University of Ibadan
--- Martin Meyer <m.s.meyer at SUSSEX.AC.UK> wrote:
> Call For Papers
> 5th International Triple Helix Conference
> The Capitalization of Knowledge: cognitive,
> economic, social & cultural aspects
> Track on Triple Helix Indicators
> Turin, Italy - 18-21 May 2005
> The Triple Helix provides a platform for researchers
> from a variety of disciplines with a common interest
> in university-industry-government relations. There
> has been an increasing interest in developing new
> and improving established indicators in a number of
> areas especially related to the Triple Helix. These
> include the following:
> a.. Mapping Scientific and Technological
> Communication and Collaboration
> b.. Dynamics of University-Industry-Government
> c.. Intellectual Organization of Knowledge-based
> d.. Evolution of Boundary-crossing Intellectual
> e.. Simulation Studies
> f.. Analyzing Science-Technology Interaction
> g.. Evaluating University-Industry Collaboration
> h.. Indicators of Academic Entrepreneurship and
> Science-based Innovation
> i.. Measuring the Impact of Universities as
> Regional Innovation Organizers
> j.. Assessing the function of science parks,
> business incubators and other intermediaries in the
> capitalization of knowledge
> The analysis of bibliometric, patent, or webometric
> data can make important contributions to our
> understanding of these aspects of the Triple Helix.
> Additional insights can be gained from extending
> informetric analyses using other quantitative and
> also qualitative approaches.
> This track on Triple Helix Indicators welcomes
> informetric and other quantitative contributions
> addressing the above issues. Also papers of a more
> qualitative nature are invited in so far as they
> contribute towards a better understanding of
> indicators in this area.
> We aim to publish a selection of contributions in a
> dedicated issue of a relevant journal to ensure the
> widest-possible distribution of the papers
> Young researchers and Ph.D students, particularly
> from transitional and developing countries are
> encouraged to participate. Grants are available upon
> request depending on resources available.
> The selection of relevant presentations will be made
> on the basis of extended abstracts (1500 words or 3
> full pages). The deadline for submission is November
> 1, 2004. Full papers are to be submitted by February
> 1, 2005 and should not exceed 7000 words.
> All submissions (preferably in MS Word format)
> should be sent to Paola Caretta or Rocio Ribelles
> Zorita at organization at triplehelix5.com and copied
> to loet at leydesdorff.net and m.s.meyer at sussex.ac.uk.
> Further information about the conference is
> available at http://www.triplehelix5.com.
> Dr Martin Meyer
> SPRU Science and Technology Policy Research
> University of Sussex, Freeman Centre
> Brighton BN1 9QE, United Kingdom
> Steunpunt O&O Statistieken
> K.U. Leuven, Dekenstraat 2
> B-3000 Leuven, Belgium
> E-mail: m.s.meyer at sussex.ac.uk,
> martin.meyer at econ.kuleuven.ac.be
> Internet: www.techtransfer.org.uk,
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