Joint Workshop on Research Metrics

Date: 15 November 2019, Friday
Place: Science Library – Meeting Room Block S6, Level 4, 10 Science Drive 2, Singapore 117548
More information on getting there can be found at this website -
https://libportal.nus.edu.sg/frontend/ms/science-library/about-science-library/getting-to-science-library

Program and abstracts[pdf]


Program

15 November 2019, Friday
Room: Science Library – Meeting Room, NUS
9:00
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9:30
Registration
9:30
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9:40
Opening
9:40
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10:20
Development of research diversity index and its system
Keisuke Honda (The Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Tokyo, Japan)
10:20
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11:00
Time-Delayed Effects Among the Grant and Research Performance of University Faculty
Ray-Bing Chen (National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan)
11:00
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11:30
Tea Break
11:30
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12:10
Research Evaluation in the Social Sciences and Humanities: Recent Trends in Europe and Japan
Keiichi Osiumi (Ryukyu Univercity, Okinawa, Japan)
12:10
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13:30
Lunch break and Discussion
13:30
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14:10
Understanding themes and trends in postsecondary research using topic modeling and journal abstracts
Mio Takei (ISM), Stephen Porter(North Carolina State University, NC, US), Paul Umbach (NCSU) and Junji Nakano (ISM)
14:10
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14:50
Is Scientific Performance a Function of Funds?
Alona Zharova (Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany)
14:50
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15:20
Tea Break
15:20
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16:00
Quantification of Economic Uncertainty: An Application of Deep Learning
Alisa Kim (Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany)
16:00
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16:40
A Dynamic Study on the Evolution of the Structure and Clusters of Coauthorship Network from the Web of Science
Frederick Phoa (Institute of Information Science, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan)
16:00
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16:40
Statistical modeling of the article citation network in Statistics
Junji Nakano (ISM)
18:00
Dinner (By Invitation)
16 November 2019, Saturday
Disscussion


Workshop Organizers:
Ying Chen, Department of Mathematics, Risk Management Institute, National University of Singapore
Keisuke Honda, The Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Japan
Thorsten Koch, Zuse Institute Berlin, Germany

The workshop is jointly organized by the Department of Mathematics at National University of Singapore, University Library at NUS, and The Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Japan