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21st Nordic Workshop on Bibliometrics and Research Policy, Copenhagen, November 3-4, 2016

About the workshop

Initiated by Professors Olle Persson and Peter Ingwersen, bibliometric researchers in the Nordic countries have arranged annual Nordic workshops on bibliometrics since 1996. The general scope of the Nordic Workshop on Bibliometrics and Research Policy is to present recent bibliometric research in the Nordic countries, to create better linkages between the bibliometric research groups and their PhD students, and to link bibliometric research with research policy. The workshop language is English and the workshop is open to participants from any nation.

Proceedings, posters and slides

The following resources can now be accessed online

  • Workshop proceedings with abstracts of all oral and posters presentations (figshare)
  • Oral presentation slides of nearly all presentations (figshare)
  • High resoliution versions of nearly all posters (figshare)
  • Photos courtesy Balázs Schlemmer (flickr)

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Organisation

Workshop chairs
Birger Larsen
Toine Bogers

Program responsible and Volunteer coordinator
Lorna Wildgaard

Sponsoring coordinator
Marianne Gauffriau

Publicity chair
Alesia Zuccala

venue

Aalborg University, Copenhagen Campus (AAU-CPH), in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Address:

   A. C. Meyers Vænge 15
   DK-2450 Copenhagen SV
   Denmark

AAU-CPH is located in the South Harbour (da. Sydhavnen) in Copenhagen 15 minutes from the city centre in the former R&D facilities of Nokia. The AAU-CPH campus has more than 5000 students and 500 academics in all fields of research, and is situated in a prime location with stunning harbour views and top conference facilities.

See the travel page for how to get to the venue, and see the accommodation page for suggested hotels (note that participants must book their own accommodation).

Registration

Thanks to generous sponsorship registration for NWB'2016 is free of charge. However, due to limited resources and administration costs there is a no-show fee of 1000 DKK in case a registrered participant does not show up for the workshop. 

Please note that regular registration does not apply to Bachelor or Masters students who do not have accepted presentations at the workshop. If you are such a student, please contact the student volunteer coordinator Lorna Wildgaard at lorna.wildgaard@hum.ku.dk to enquire about student participation opportunities.

Registration includes

Regular registration closed on October 26th, 2016. Registration after this date may be possible, but at a fee of 1000 DKK. Contact birger@hum.auu.dk for information.

submission of abstracts

Workshop submissions consist of abstracts and we are in particular seeking novel ideas or work-in-progress of interest to a Nordic audience and if possible policy-related.

Deadline for submission of abstracts (250 words) is 1st of September, 2016 [passed].
Please send abstracts to: toine@hum.aau.dk

Previous workshops

1996 Helsinki 1997 Stockholm 1998 Oslo 1999 Copenhagen
2000 Oulu 2001 Stockholm 2002 Oslo 2003 Aalborg
2004 Turku 2005 Stockholm 2006 Oslo 2007 Copenhagen
2008 Tampere 2009 Stockholm 2010 Bergen 2011 Aalborg
2012 Helsinki 2013 Stockholm 2014 Reykjavik 2015 Oslo

Contact

Birger Larsen
Aalborg University Copenhagen
Email: birger@hum.aau.dk

NWB 2016

NWB'2017 Helsinki, 9-10 Nov

NWB'2016 is over, and had 115 partcipants from 14 countries.

The 22nd Nordic Workshop on Bibliometrics and Research Policy will be in Helsinki, November 9-10, 2017

NWB'2017 will be organised by a consortium consisting of the Federation of Finnish Learned Societies (FFLS), University of Tampere Research Centre for Knowledge, Science, Technology and Innovation Studies (TaSTI) and Helsinki University Library (HULib).

Important dates

Submission of abstracts: 1 September [passed]

Notification of acceptance: 16 September [passed]

Registration closes: 26 October 2016 [passed]

Pre-workshop: 2 November 2016 [passed]

Workshop: 3-4 November 2016 [passed]

Sponsors

 

 

        Department of Communication, Aalborg University

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