Science Studies Colloquium
The Science Studies Colloquium is a series of monthly meetings where scholars interested in scientometrics, science of science, sociology of science and related areas present their work to each other in a virtual setting. Each colloquium is one hour, with approximately 30 minutes presentation and 30 minutes discussion. If you are interested in joining the colloquium as audience, you can use this link:
If you are a scholar and would like to present your work, send an e-mail with the suggested topic and a brief outline of the contents to Jens Peter Andersen Jens Peter Andersen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Easy time conversion and calendar events
Click the links containing the time and date of a presentation, and you will be directed to timeanddate.com, where you can easily see the event time in your local time zone and import it to your calendar.
Predatory publishing threatens research integrity: bibliometrics as key actor in the detectionWednesday, March 08 2023, 15:00 CET (+0100)
Field-level differences in paper and author characteristics across all fieldsWednesday, December 07 2022, 15:00 CET (+0100)
Quantifying biases and inequalities in scienceWednesday, November 02 2022, 16:00 CET (+0100)
Article Processing Charges and the Stratification of Open Access PublishingWednesday, October 05 2022, 15:00 CEST (+0200)
The Effect of Mentor Gender on the Evaluation of ProtégésWednesday, June 08 2022, 15:00 CEST (+0200)
Man-Woman Collaboration and Academic Careers: a Study of 25,000 University ProfessorsWednesday, April 13 2022, 15:00 CEST (+0200)
How can we reduce the misuse of metrics in academia?Wednesday, February 09 2022, 15:00 CET (+0100)
Presentation slides | Recorded presentation
Assessing academic careers: Metrics and trajectories in the evaluation of professorial candidatesWednesday, January 12 2022, 15:00 CET (+0100)
The proliferation of hijacked journals: detection and academic misconductWednesday, November 10 2021, 15:00 CET (+0100)