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« Understanding the dynamics of science

« Understanding the dynamics of science », an interdisciplinary workshop (IXXI, Lyon 2017)

A workshop will be organized by the Complex Systems Institute (IXXI) of Lyon on the 23 of november (2017). It is an interdisciplinary workshop on the dynamics of science. Abstract: The availability of social data drives many scientists from the formal sciences (computer science, physics…) into the quantitative analysis of social systems. One early example […]

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Scientific collaboration in space. Up-to...

Scientific collaboration in space. Up-to-date knowledge and policies (EU Region Week, Brussels, 10 oct. 2017)

Agnieszka Olechnicka is organising a session on scientific collaboration in the frame of the EU Region Week, in Brussels, October 10th 2017. The session will be chaired by Roberta Capello. The abstract is the following: Economic agents in European cities and regions become active partners in scientific collaboration, both through participating in research, and also […]

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The analysis and visualisation of the wo...

The analysis and visualisation of the world scientific networks (INED, Paris, 2017)

In the frame of the applied statistics’ seminary organised by the INED Center in Paris, September 15th, we gave a talk on the visualisation and network analysis of scientific networks. Other speakers (Thomas Louail, Julien Brailly, Fabien Eloire, Camille Roth, Pierre Latouche, Christophe Prieur and Pascal Cristofoli) presented on other aspects of network analysis and […]

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The 20th European Colloquium on Theoreti...

The 20th European Colloquium on Theoretical and Quantitative Geography (ECTQG, 2017)

You can find bellow the slides presented by Marion Maisonobe at the 22th European Colloquium on Theoretical and Quantitative Geography (ECTQG), 7-11 September 2017, York, UK. They present the methodology of a new research coordinated by Denis Eckert which aims at comparing the geography of academic places in France, Germany and the UK using bibliometric […]

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22nd international conference on science...

22nd international conference on science and technology indicators (STI, 2017)

You can find bellow the slides presented by Marion Maisonobe on the occasion of the 22th International Conference on Science & Technology Indicators (STI) in September 2017 in Paris, France. It is a presentation in english of the article “The global geography of scientific visibility: a deconcentration process (1999–2011)” (Scientometrics), written “five hands” with  Michel […]

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Handbook on the Geographies of Innovatio...

Handbook on the Geographies of Innovation

Je vous annonce la sortie d’un ouvrage collectif consacré à la géographie de l’innovation. Intitulé Handbook on The Geography of Innovation, ce livre est coordonné par Richard Sheamur, Christophe Carrincazeaux et David Doloreux. Il est composé de 28 chapitres qui reviennent sur un certain nombre d’idées et concepts qui avaient cours dans les années 1980 […]

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Panel on “Internationalization of Scient

Panel on “Internationalization of Scientific Research”

In september 2016, a special issue of the Revue française de sociologie on the internationalization of scientific research has been released. This special issue has been coordinated by Michel Dubois, Yves Gingras and Claude Rosental. To mark this occasion, a roundtable discussion bringing together several contributors to the issue has been organized at EHESS in Paris […]

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21st international conference on science...

21st international conference on science and technology indicators

For its 21th edition, the international conference on Science and Technology Indicators (STI) in Valencia Spain, in September 2016, proposed a special session moderated by Rigas Arvanitis dealing with internationalization of sciences. A synthesis of our results regarding the expansion of the world network of collaborations between cities and more especially the role played by […]

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53th Colloquium of the ASRDLF

53th Colloquium of the ASRDLF

You can find bellow the slides presented by Marion Maisonobe on the occasion of the 53th colloquium of the ASRDLF (Association de Science Régionale de Langue Française) in July 2016 in Gatineau. It is a presentation in french of the chapter Four commonly held beliefs about the geography of scientific activities (Handbook of Geographies of […]

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