ESSS (European Summer School for Scientometrics)
The European Summer School for Scientometrics (ESSS) offers intensive training covering major aspects of quantitative analysis of science and technology and provides a sound overview of state-of-the-art scientometric indicators and methods.
It is organized jointly by the University of Vienna (Austria), the German Centre for Higher Education Research and Science Studies – DZHW (Germany), the KU Leuven (Belgium) and the EC3metrics Group of the University of Granada (Spain).
Join us for a pre-event webinar, and a Dimensions presentation during the event.
Webinar, Monday 13th September, 11:00-12:00 CEST
“The scientometric superhighway“
Thursday, September 23rd 16.30 – 17.30 CEST
“Dimensions data for scientometric research via API and Google BigQuery”
Dimensions is a unique database that extends beyond traditional publication and citation databases by including the whole research and innovation lifecycle including grants metadata, patents, clinical trials and policy documents. We will present the application of API and introduce the latest innovation of linking the Dimensions data via Googlecloud and enable analyses via Google Big Query. This unlocks the full potential of the world’s largest research information database by opening and combine these data securely with private and other external databases and research information systems.
This provides access to all the Dimensions data – ready for large scale analysis or to use it with visualisation via Business Intelligence tools like tableau.
Meet our speaker
Dr Juergen Wastl
Juergen leads the Digital Science Consultancy, supporting research institutions, funders, governments and other institutions with research capabilities to make better use of data to inform their strategies and decisions. He also currently works on improvements in research classifications, most notably UoA (UK REF) and UN SDG (Sustainable Development goals). Since October 2019 he is also Associate Director at the Research on Research Institute (RoRI).
Before joining Digital Science, he headed the research information team in the Research Strategy Office at the University of Cambridge where he deputised for the PVC Research in national and international committees in all matters Research evaluation, assessment and interoperability. In his role as Deputy REF Manager he has been responsible for the development and advancement of tools and applications to meet a diverse set of research information needs. He supported the University’s extensive Strategic Research Review process with analyses and reports.