[Sigmetrics] 21st NORDIC Workshop on Bibliometrics and Research Policy
Alesia Ann Zuccala
a.zuccala at hum.ku.dk
Wed Oct 5 02:46:06 EDT 2016
THE 21st NORDIC WORKSHOP ON BIBLIOMETRICS AND RESEARCH POLICY
(2)3-4 NOVEMBER 2016<x-apple-data-detectors://0>, COPENHAGEN, DENMARK (NWB'2016)
*** Call for Participation - registration now open ***
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP
Initiated by Olle Persson and Peter Ingwersen, bibliometric researchers in the Nordic countries have arranged annual Nordic workshops on bibliometrics since 1996. The general scope of the workshop is to present recent bibliometric research in the Nordic countries, to create better linkages between the bibliometric research groups and their PhD students, and to link bibliometric research with research policy. The workshop language is English and the workshop is open to participants from any nation.
PRE-WORKSHOP ON NOVEMBER 2nd
The main workshop takes place on November 3rd<x-apple-data-detectors://2> and 4th. This year NWB also offers a pre-workshop on Wednesday November 2nd in the afternoon<x-apple-data-detectors://3>. The theme is the 'Appropriate use of research metrics for the evaluation of academic, and broader social, economic and environmental impact.' and the pre-workshop is organised in collaboration with Digital Science and Plum Analytics. For more information see http://nwb.aau.dk<http://nwb.aau.dk/>.
As in previous years, we solicited 250-word abstracts on the workshop themes
- in particular seeking novel ideas or work-in-progress of interest to a Nordic audience and if possible policy-related. By the deadline of September 1st, we had received a total of 36 submissions. 20 of these have been selected for oral presentation and 16 for poster presentation. For details of the program see http://nwb.aau.dk<http://nwb.aau.dk/>.
Registration is now open at http://nwb.aau.dk<http://nwb.aau.dk/> and thanks to generous sponsorship there is no fee for participation. Regular registration closes on October 26, 2016<x-apple-data-detectors://8>. Registration after this date may be possible, but at a fee of 1000 DKK.
VENUE AND ACCOMODATION
The workshop will take place at Aalborg University, Copenhagen Campus, in Copenhagen(!). AAU-CPH is located in the South Harbour in Copenhagen 15 minutes from the city centre in the former R&D facilities of Nokia. Accommodation is available in nearby hotels as well as in numerous hotels in the city centre - see the http://nwb.aau.dk<http://nwb.aau.dk/> for a list of suggested hotels and travel tips.
- Birger Larsen
- Toine Bogers
Program responsible and Volunteer coordinator
- Lorna Wildgaard
- Marianne Gauffriau
- Alesia Zuccala
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