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Webinar: SciVal economic indicators with guest speakers from Queensland University & Penn State

on Tue, 03/08/2016 - 18:48

"Patent citation metrics extends SciVal beyond scholarly output — they create a link between research and economic or commercial potential"  -- Michelle Hutnik, Penn State University


With the February 25th release, SciVal introduced new data types to help assess the economic impact of your research and provide a broader basket of metrics for more informed decision making. The new data types include:

  • Patent-article citations which provide a proxy for innovation and the potential to transfer that knowledge to industry
  • Scopus view counts now available in all modules to give you an immediate indication regarding the popularity of your research

Join the SciVal team, along with guest speakers from the University of Queensland and Penn State University, for an interactive webinar. Each webinar will include an online demonstration of the new metrics followed by a discussion with one of our two guest speakers who helped test the new release. Choose the webinar date and time that works best for your schedule and time zone.

Asia Pacific & Europe time zones
Guest speaker:Amberyn Thomas
The University of Queensland
March 15 (Tuesday), 09:00–9:45 CET
London: 08:00–08:45
Amsterdam: 09:00–09:45
Singapore: 16:00–16:45
Sydney: 19:00–19:45
Europe & Americas time zones
Guest speaker: Michelle Hutnik
Penn State University
March 17 (Thursday), 16:00–16:45 CET
London: 15:00–15:45
Amsterdam: 16:00–16:45
New York: 11:00–11:45
San Francisco: 08:00–08:45