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Quantifying India's research output - Public Lecture by Prof. Subbiah Arunachalam

by Radha Rao last modified Apr 02, 2011 02:54 PM
International Strategic and Security Studies Programme, IISc. Bangalore, is organizing a Public lecture by Prof. Subbiah Arunachalam on Friday, Sept 25th, on Quantifying India's research output.

International Strategic and Security Studies Programme

National Institute of Advanced Studies

Indian Institute of Science Campus,Bangalore -12

Public Lecture

Date:  Friday, September 25, 2009

Speaker: Prof. Subbiah Arunachalam

              Distinguished Fellow, Center For Internet & Society, Bangalore

              Visiting Professor, Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Chennai

              Email: [email protected]

Chairperson: Dr .Lalitha Sundareshan

                                Visiting Professor

Title:   Quantifying India's research output
  11:30 am
Venue: Conference Hall 2

Science policy makers around the world are keen to assess the research performed by different countries, institutions and even individuals. Much of such work is based on databases and is based on the premise that the literature of science is a mirror of science. A number of scientometricists have used Science Citation Index (Web of Science) and other (subject-based) databases for such studies. Often they depend on publication and citation counts. Unfortunately, many of them are not aware of the nuances involved in such studies. In this talk we will look at science indicators with special reference to India and the developing countries.

All are invited to attend


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