The 23rd International Conference on Science and Technology Indicators seeks to give a platform to the discussion of “indicators in transition” as a driving force for more comprehensive, broader and socially oriented forms of indicators and evaluations.
The keynote speakers for the conference will be:
The conference will cover a wide array of topics covered in 21 clusters that range from topic delineation and new analytical methods to effects of indicators.
Further, there are 12 special tracks that focus on comprehensive and contextualized STI indicators:
The final program can be consulted here (11 September 2018). Please note there might be some last-minute changes.
Registration opens on Wednesday at 8:00 and is available during the whole conference.
Opening of the conference
Keynote Paul Wouters: Mind the gap! But how?
- On the relationship between quantitative and qualitative in the social sciences and humanities
|13:25-14:40||Lunch & Poster Session|
|17:40-18:10||Eugene Garfield Award sponsored by Clarivate Analytics|
|18:30-20:30||Reception at National Museum of Antiquities sponsored by CWTS BV|
|9:00-10:00||Keynote Paula Stephan: The Meaning and Incidence of Risk in Research|
|12:55-14:20||Lunch & Poster Session|
|17:15-17:35||Presentation of Springer STI Handbook (Wolfgang Glänzel)|
|17:35-17:50||Presentation of RISIS2 (Philippe Larédo)|
|19:00-22:00||Dinner at Scheltema|
|9:00-10:00||Keynote Cameron Neylon: Open Science Needs Open Indicators|
|12:55-14:20||Lunch & Poster session|
|17:15-17:35||ENID - next STI conference|
|17:40-18:10||Closing of the conference (Digital Science Poster Prize)|