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Accepted Submissions

It is a great pleasure for us to inform you that a lot of qualified papers are submitted for presentation at the 10th International Conference on Webometrics, Informetrics and Scientometrics & 15th COLLNET Meeting, September 3-5, Ilmenau, Germany.

The authors will be coming from 23 Countries and Regions:

  • Europe: Austria, Belarus, France, Germany, Italy, Russia, Spain, Switzerland, The Netherlands, Turkey, UK,
  • Asia: China, India, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Taiwan
  • America: Brazil, Canada, USA

Invited Papers/ Keynotes

1

Eugene Garfield (USA) and Alexander Pudovkin (Russia)
Journal Impact Factor Reflects Citedness of the Majority of the Journal’s Papers

2

Liang Liming (China)

Uncited Papers, Uncited Authors and Uncited Topics

3

Weiping Yue (China)

A Scientometric Study on Collaboration between Academia and Industry

4

Sujit Bhattacharya (India)

International Collaboration: Changing the Global Landscape of Science in the 21st Century

5

Hildrun Kretschmer (Germany, China) and Theo Kretschmer (Germany)

Three-dimensional Visualization and Animation of Emerging Patterns by the Process of Self-Organization in Collaboration Networks

6

I K Ravichandra Rao and K S Raghavan (India)
Seven years of COLLNET Journal of Scientometrics and Information Management(2007 -2013)

7

P.K. Jain (India)
Introduction of COLLNET 2015: 11th International Conference on Webometrics, Informetrics and Scientometrics (WIS) & 16th COLLNET Meeting, November 2015, India

Accepted Papers

1

Amir Reza Asnafi, Maryam Pakdaman Naeini (Iran)

A Survey on Collaboration rate of  authors in producing Scientific Papers in Quarterly Journal of Information Technology  Management during 2009-2013

2

André Calero Valdez, Anne Kathrin Schaar, Tobias Vaegs, Thomas Thiele, Markus Kowalski, Susanne Aghassi, Ulrich Jansen, Wolfgang Schulz, Guenther Schuh, Sabina Jeschke, and Martina Ziefle (Germany)

Scientific Cooperation Engineering Making    Interdisciplinary Knowledge Available within Research Facilities and to External  Stakeholders

3

Arshia Kaul , Sujit Bhattacharya, Shilpa and Praveen Sharma (India)

Capturing Return to   Investment of Scientific Research through Indicators– An Insight

4

Ashkan Ebadi and Andrea Schiffauerova (Canada)

How do scientists collaborate? Assessing the impact of influencing factors

5

Bernd Markscheffel, Johannes Schmidt (Germany)

The Scientific Influence Passivity Score  (SIP) Bibliometrics learning from Twitter

6

Bharvi Dutt (India)

International Collaboration in Solar Cell Research in India

7

Bulent Ozel (Spain)

A Multi-agent Simulation Model on Individual Cognitive Structures and Collaboration in Sciences

8

Carey Ming-Li Chen (Taiwan)

The Application of Funding Acknowledgment on the Path  Analysis of Knowledge Dissemination of Granted Researches

9

Carlos Olmeda-Gómez (Spain), María Antonia Ovalle-Perandones (Spain), Juan Gorráiz (Austria) and Christian Gumperberger (Austria)

Excellence, merit and research team size a library and information science case study

10

Chen Yue, Zhang Liwei, Wang Zhiqi, Liu Shengbo, Su Lixin, Hou Yu (China)

Influential  Bloggers and Active Bloggers on ScienceNet: An Analysis of Popular Blogs

11

Chun Wang, ZhengYin Hu, Miaoling Chai and Hui Wang (China)

Legal Status Prediction  for US Patents on Thermocouples

12

Debal C. Kar (India)

Digital Library of India: An Initiative by the Government of India for the Preservation and Dissemination of the National Heritage and Rare Books and Manuscripts Collection

13

Divya Srivastava, Arvind Singh Kushwah, Mona Gupta (India)

An Analysis of  Collaboration Pattern of Indian S & T Papers (Published during 2005-09)

14

Divya Srivastava, Arvind Singh Kushwah Mona Gupta (India)

Impact of Indian S&T Research Papers Published during 2005-09 through Citation Analysis

15

Divya Srivastava, Sandhya Diwakar Ramesh Kundra (India)

Current status of Medical research across the Countries India, China and Brazil

16

Dominique Besagni (France), Divya Srivastava (India), Edgar Schiebel (Austria), Ivana Roche (France), Claire François (France)

A Diachronic National Study The Evolution of the  Scientific Landscape of the Indian Research Production

17

Farideh Osareh, Ismael Mostafavi (Iran)

Visualizing the Co-Authorship Relations in Surgery Discipline Outputs Among Iranian and Global Cities

18

Fatemeh Helaliyan Motlagh & Mohammad Hasanzadeh (Iran)

Studying the status of  knowledge management components in Petrochemical Companies at Special Economic  Energy Zone Pars (Assalouyeh)

19

Fatemeh Nooshinfar , Aref Riahi , Elham Ahmadi (Iran)

Study of Barriers and Challenges to  International Academic Collaboration of Female Researchers (Case Study of Iranian  Women members of Scientific Board of Tehran University in ISI Database)

20

Fei-cheng MA , Penghui LYU  and Bo HAO (China)

Paper Citation and Academic Job Selection for Econometric Scholars

21

Gayatri Paul and Swapan Deoghuria (India)

Indian Journal of Physics: A scientometric  analysis

22

Grant Lewison and Richard Sullivan (UK)

Conflicts of Interest Statements on Biomedical Papers

23

Hailong Wang and Minyu Wang (China)

Core technology fields and innovation cooperation  network of electric vehicle industry

24

Hamideh Asadi, Mahsan poorasadollahi (Iran)

Structure and Evolution of library and information science in the top countries of Middle East in terms of Scientific productions during the years of 1992-2012

25

 

Hamzehali Nourmohammadi, Mahdi Keramatfar and Abdalsamad Keramatfar (Iran)

“Research in Iran", what fields?
Determining Iran’s research priorities according to their impact on economic development

26

Hamzehali Nourmohammadi and Abdalsamad Keramatfar (Iran)

The relation between the number of countries-Rich Files on the web and countries-economic development

27

Handaru Jati (Indonesia)

Weight of Webometrics Criteria using Entropy Method

28

Hongfang Shao , Qi Yu , Zhiguang Duan (China)

Detecting the milestones of epigenetics development from 2004 and 2013 a scientometrics perspective

29

Hou Haiyan Zhao Nannan Zhang Shanshan Liang Yongxia Hu Zhigang (China)

Characteristics of the development of NB converging technology

30

Jean-Charles Lamirel and Pascal Cuxac (France)

Highligting influencial authors in a research domain a new tentative approach

31

Jiang Chunlin and Liu Xue (China)

Difference Analysis of Users’ Participation Motivation in Social Network -Take the Contrast of Renren and Sina Microblog as Example

32

Jiang Chunlin, Zhang Liwei, Liu Xue (China)

Social Network Analysis of the Concurrence  for the Editorial Board Members about CSSCI Journals of Library and Information  Science

33

Jiang Chunlin, Liu xue, Zhang Liwei (China)

Data Fetching and Group Characteristics  Analysis Based on Sina Microblog

34

Jiangbo Li (China, Germany)

The Bibliometrics Analysis of Sino-German Scientific  Collaboration from Co-authored Papers Included in SCI.

35

K S Raghavana and I K Ravichandra Rao (India)

Mapping Engineering Research in India

36

Leila Nemati-Anaraki, Roya Pournaghi (Iran)

The Effect of Geographical Proximity on  Organizational Knowledge Sharing 

37

Li Gu, Weichun Yan, Shule An (China)

The Relationship between internet attention and  market share of oper-ation systems for personal computers

38

Liu Xiaomin (China), Sun Yuan (Japan), He Jing (China)

Impact of articles in non- English  language journals - A bibliometric analysis of regional journals of China,  Japan, France  and Germany in Web of Science

39

Lutz Bornmann (Germany), Moritz Stefaner (Germany), Felix de Moya Anegón (Spain), & Rüdiger Mutz (Switzerland)

Multi-level statistical models to rank and map universities and   research-focused institutions worldwide in an excellence mapping tool

40

Ma Jianxia, Fan Yunman, Liu Jing (China)

A Scientometric Analysis of Knowledge Output Performance of NSFC Supported Projects: A Case Study of Oceangraphy

41

Mario Coccia (Italy) and Lili Wang (The Netherlands)

Path-breaking directions of nanotechnology-based chemotherapy and molecular cancer therapy

42

Marzieh Yarizanganeh, Nadjla Hariri, (Iran)

Transactions Reports Analysis Case Study Islamic Azad University MARVDASHT-branch website

43

Marzieh Yarizanganeh Sedigheh Mohammadesmaeil (Iran)

Use of Six Sigma at the  University of Medical Sciences Libraries. A Case Study of  Fars province Medical  Sciences Library.

44

Masaki Nishizawa and Yuan Sun (Japan)

How is scientific research reported in newspapers?  -Comparison between press releases and two different national newspapers in Japan

45

Meera, Surendra Kumar Sahu (India)

Research output of University College of Medical Science, University of Delhi: A Bibliometric Study

46

M.H. Biglu and M. A-Farhangi (Iran)

Infometrics analysis of Scientific-literature in Pediatrics  obesity

47

Mohammad Hassanzadeh, Babak Akhgar (Iran)

Relationship between Development Indicators and Contribution to the Science: Experiences from Iran (Provincial study)

48

Mursheda Begum and Grant Lewison (UK)

European cancer research publications, 2002-13

49

Nabi Hasan and Mukhtiar Singh (India)

Library and Information Science Research Output: A study based on Web of Science

50

Namita Gupta (India)

Science and technology indicators: A Review of International Efforts

51

Narendar Kumar Wadhwa, and Parveen Babbar (India)

A bibliometric analysis of the research output of Jawaharlal Nehru University’s publication in ISI Web of Science during 2009-2013

52

Noorallah Karami, Farshid Danesh, Vera Rashidi, Marzieh Siamak (Iran)

Searching Features and Facilities in Iranian Databases: A Webometrics Study

53

Parveen Babbar, P K Jain (India)

S&T Research Capabilities: An Analytical Study of India

54

Praveen Sharma , Sujit Bhattacharya, Arshia Kaul and Shilpa (India)

Bilateral Science and  Innovation Collaboration: Evidences from Indo-French Partnership

55

R. D. Shelton and T. R. Fadel (USA)

Which Scientometric Indicators Best Explain National Performance of High-Tech Outputs?

56

Rosely Andrade Vargas, Samile Andréa de Souza Vanz and Ida Regina Chittó Stumpf (Brazil)

Brazilian Agricultural Research in the Web of Science: Bibliometric Study of Scientific  Output and Collaboration (2000-2011)

57

Roya Pournaghi, Leila Nemati-Anaraki (Iran)

The Mutual Role of Scientometrics and Foresight

58

Salek Chand (India)

Resource Sharing Through Networking in India

59

Sameer Kumar, Kuru Ratnavelu, Vala Ali Rohani (Malaysia)

Influence of gender on social  capital and assortative mixing patterns of researchers evidence from Malaysia

60

Sandhya Diwakar and K. K. Singh (India)

Analysis of the Financial Assistance to Non-ICMR  Biomedical Scientists by Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) 2009 - 2013

61

Sedighe Mohammad Esmaeil , Aref Riahi , Fariba Sohbatiha (Iran)

Investigation into Growth of Iranian Indexed Journals in Credible Scientific Database (a Study Case of  Scopus Database during 2000-2012)

62

Shantanu Ganguly, P K Bhattacharya, Ms Tanvi Sharma (India)

Growth of Literature in  Biofuels Research: A Resource Analysis

63

Sheeja N.K., Susan Mathew K., Surendran Cherukodan (India)

Research output of Cochin  University of Science and Technology in the area of Physics, Optics and Astronomy: A Quantitative analysis 

64

Shilpa, Arshia Kaul and Sujit Bhattacharya (India)

Salient Aspects of India’s Publication  activity

65

Shri Ram and Sanjay Kataria (India)

The most frequently cited ‘Polycystic Ovary Syndrome’  research articles. A Comparative Analysis of Scopus and Google Scholar

66

Soheila Bagheri, Mohaddeseh Dokhtesmati (Iran)

Comparative study of outputs and  scientific cooperation of world's countries in Biomedical engineering field in Science  Citation Index in the years 2002-2012 with an emphasis on co-authorship networks

67

Somayeh Hasani and Mohammad Hasanzadeh (Iran)

Providing the model to measure the  level of knowledge – based in organizations

68

Sudha Chauhan and Prafull Chauhan (India)

Obstacles in Scientific Collaboration and Cooperation among Women Scientists in India

69

Szu-chia Scarlett Lo (Taiwan)

Exploratory comparison study of inventor-authors with their  non-patenting peers in research productivity and influence

70

S. L. Sangam, Meera (India)

Granted Indian Patents notified for opposition from 1995-2004: A Bibliometric Analysis

71

S. L. Sangam1, Devika Madalli & Uma Patil (India)

Indicators to Measure Genetics Literature: A Comparative Study of Selected Countries

72

S. Siva Chidambaram, B. B. Dikshit (India)

Bibliometric Study of the National Medical  Journal

73

Tahereh Dehdarirad, Anna Villarroya and Maite Barrios (Spain)

Women in Science and  Higher Education: A bibliometric study

74

Tariq Ashraf, P K Jain (India)

Pattern of Research & Citations: A Study of Three Central  Universities Located in Delhi-India

75

T. Pratheepan , W.A.Weerasooriya (Sri Lanka)

International research collaboration of Sri  Lanka in the last 02 decades (1994 – 2013) based on the Scopus database

76

Umut Al and Zehra Taşkın (Turkey)

Relationship between Economic Development and  Intellectual Production

77

Umut Al, İrem Soydal, Umut Sezen, & Orçun Madran (Turkey)

The Impact of Turkey in the Library and Information Science Literature

78

Valentina Markusova (Russia), Libkind A.N (Russia), Mindeli L.E (Russia) and Ed Noyons (The Netherlands)

Impact of Funding Agencies’ Activity on Russian Higher Education Sector

79

Vijayakumar M, Samir Kumar Jalal, Debojyoti Nath (India)

A study on Indian  collaboration among SAARC Countries using Webometrics methods

80

Wen-Yau Cathy Lin (Taiwan)

Comparative Study of Journal Impact Factor and Self- Citation Across Asian International Journals

81

Xianwen Wang, Wenli Mao and Chen Liu (China)

Does The Open Access Advantage Exist?  An Empirical Study on Citation and Article View Data

82

Xiaoyu Zhu, Zeyuan Liu, Chaomei Chen, Haiyan Hou (China)

Statistical analysis on  interlocking directorate in Chinese listed companies

83

Yang Zhongkai, Xu Mengzhen and Hanshuang (China)

Measurement and Changing Trends of Originality Index Value - In view of NBER Patent Citation Database

84

Yunwei Chen, Yong Deng, Fang Chen, Chenjun Ding, Ying Zheng and Shu Fang (China)

A Co-author Based CCS Index Used for Evaluating Scientists’ Performance

85

Zhao Nannan Hou Haiyan Hu Zhigang Zhang Shanshan Luan Chunjuan  (China)

Measuring the characteristics of NB convergence technology

86

Zhao Qu, Xiling Shen, Kun Ding (China)

Comparative Analysis on Technologies between  Chinese and American Large-sized Oil Companies based on Patentometrics

87

Zohreh Dehghani, Naser Movahedinia, Saeed Saeedbakhsh (Iran)

The role of context in Recommender Systems for Digital Libraries

Posters

1

Abdalsamad Keramatfar and Hamzehali Nourmohammadi (Iran)

Area ranking of world’s  countries according to their rich files in the web

2

Aliaksei Aldoshyn (Belarus)

Analysis of the Belarusian Universities Positions in the    Webometrics Rank

3

Amir Reza Asnafi (Iran)

A survey on scientific outputs of Humanity faculty members in ShahidBeheshti University (Tehran) during 2006-2010

4

Amir Reza Asnafi, Maryam Pakdaman Naeini (Iran)

Visibility and co-links analysis of the  Iranian scientific associations’ websites in the field of Technical and Engineering Sciences

5

Behjat Taheri, Zahra Ghazavi, Faridokht Salahshoori, Hasan Ashrafi-rizi (Iran)

The Scientific Collaboration of the Researchers in Iranian Journal of Medical Education during 2008-2012: A Scientometrics Study

6

Behjat Taheri, Hasan Ashrafi-rizi, Leila Shahrzadi, Nayere Sadat, and Soleimanzade Najafi (Iran)

The Study of outputs and collaboration of Iranian Researchers in disaster in Scopus  citation database from 1999 to 2013

7

Behjat Taheri and Abdolreza Noroozi Chakoli (Iran)

Comparative analysis of university- industry relation in Iran and Turkey scientometrics study

8

Eunsoo Sohn, Oh-jin Kwon and Jaeyoung Yoo (Korea)

Analysis of the R&D Trend for the Treatment of Alzheimer's Disease through Knowledge Map

9

Flor Trillo (Spain)

How does lack of standardization in authorship affect the measurement of  science output? Mexican picture

10

Fatemeh Helaliyan Motlagh and Mohammad Hasanzadeh (Iran)

Studying the status of  knowledge management

11

Grant Lewison, UK

Papers cited by cancer clinical guidelines

12

Hamideh Asadi (Iran)

Validating scientific social network for Iranian scholars evaluation

13

Hamzehali Nourmohammadi and Abdalsamad Keramatfar (Iran)

The relation between Wikipedia’s size and scientific publication in some countries

14

Hildrun and Theo Kretschmer (Germany)

Wholeness and Complementary Tendencies in  Gender Collaboration

15

Hongfang Shao, Qi Yu and  Zhiguang Duan (China)

Detecting the milestones of epigenetics  development from 2002 to 2013 a Scientometrics perspective

16

Johannes Stegmann (Germany)

Research at UNIS - The University Centre in Svalbard.  A bibliometric study

17

Kyung-Ran Noh, Oh-Jin Kwon, and Jae-Young Yoo (Korea)

Scientometric analysis of  research activity in EMI shielding fabrics

18

Madhu Bala, M. P. Singh (India)

A Scientometric Study of Journal of Bio- Chemistry and Bio-Physics (Ijbb)

19

Maya Verma, Preeti Rani Mishra (India)

Application of Bradford’s Law of Scattering to the  Literature of History. A Study of Doctoral Theses Citations Submitted to the Chhattisgarh  State (India)

20

Natallia Dudko (Belarus)

Peculiarities of Development of Internet Platforms for Scientific and Technical Production Promotion

21

Niloofar Hodhodinezhad, Sima Shafian and Hasan Ashrafi Rizi (Iran)

The Study of Scientific  Products and Scientific Mapping of Researchers in Disaster during 2002-2012 in the Web   of Science (WOS)

22

Pitambar Gautam (Japan)

Scientific publications on Nepal (up to 2010) in the Web of Science database.  A bibliometric visualization

23

Rajesh Kumar Bhardwaj (India)

Scientometric Dimensions. An Analysis on International  Business Literature

24

Rasool Nouri, Rezvan Ojaghi, Mahmood Keyvan-ara, Urfa Hovsepia, and Anasik Lalazarian (Iran)

The researchers’ experiences about their ISI publications. A qualitative study

25

Sandhya Diwakar, K K Singh and Divya Srivastava (India)

An analysis of research papers  (2002-2012) and future perspectives of Nursing in India.

26

Satish Kumar and Mahender Pratap Singh (India)

A Bibliometric Assessment of International Journal of Special Education

27

Sedigheh Mohammad Esmaeil and Zahra Emami (Iran)

Information Retrieval in Endocrine Diseases (Clinical Research) of the World Wide Web

28

Sedigheh Mohammad Esmaeil and Nader Saboktakin (Iran)

Computer Software Development  Challenges In Iran, With Respect To Software Metrics

29

Seyedeh Sara Monir (Germany)

Global trend in h-index research (2005-2014). A bibliometric  analysis

30

Somayeh Ahmadi and Mohammad Hassanzadeh (Iran)

Science Map of Library and  Information Science

31

S. Josephine Backiam (India)

Load Balancing in Public Cloud Using Prioritized Round Robin Algorithm

32

S. S. Pawar (India)

Digital libraries in 21st century and its changing role for Knowledge Sharing /Collaboration. A Study

33

Vineet Mehan and S. S. Pawar (India)

The seed of Internet

34

Zahid Ashraf Wani, Tawfeeq Nazir and Muneer Hussain (India)

Visibility of Indian  Physics Research. A Citation Study

35

Zheng Ma and Karsten Weihe (Germany)

Temporal Analysis on Pairs of Classified Index Terms of Literature Databases