APAC SciVal User Group

Asia-Pacific SciVal User Group

Rankings, Collaboration, Emerging Themes and Beyond

This is the first APAC-wide user group meeting. The aim of this year's Asia-Pacific SciVal User Group is to be forward-thinking in nature and to explore and share how institutions across different countries use SciVal to achieve success in reporting for rankings, collaboration and identifying emerging research trends for their institution. This meeting will include a number of case studies presented by our speakers from various institutions in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and India.

Registration

This online event will take place on the 29th October 2020, at 2:00pm - 4:30pm Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT) via Zoom.

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Other location time zones

LocationLocal TimeTime Zone
Delhi (India - Delhi)Thursday, 29 October at 8.30 amIST
SingaporeThursday, 29 October at 11.00 amSGT
Beijing (China - Beijing Municipality)Thursday, 29 October at 11.00 amCST
Tokyo (Japan)Thursday, 29 October at 12.00 pmJST
Seoul (South Korea)Thursday, 29 October at 12.00pmKST
Wellington (New Zealand - Wellington)Thursday, 29 October at 4.00 pmNZDT

Agenda

Time (AEDT)TopicSpeaker
  2.00pm - 2.10pm
 (10 mins)
Introduction Dr Steven Riddell - Senior Customer Consultant (Australia)
  2.10pm -2.40pm
 (30 mins)
SciVal - where we are and where we are goingRobbertjan Kalff – Vice President SciVal
(Netherlands)
  2.40pm - 3.00pm
 (20 mins)
Keynote address will present the following sections;

1) First round of Australia's national assessment with University of Southern Queensland, Institutional tagging and data cleaning.

2) Australian Research Management Society - Elsevier Young Researcher Awards

3) International research collaboration, evidence based decision making
Professor Ren Yi – University of Southern Queensland (Australia)
  3.00pm - 3.20pm
 (20 mins)
Measuring SDG ranking successDr Jingwen Mu – University of Auckland 
(New Zealand)
  3.20pm - 3.35pm
 (15 mins)
Panel 1 DiscussionRobbertjan Kalff, Professor Ren Yi and Dr Jingwen Mu
  3.35pm - 3.55pm
 (20 mins)
Measuring emerging trends in SciValProfessor Michael Khor – Nanyang Technological University (Singapore)
  3.55pm - 4.15pm
 (20 mins)
What's India's take on Research? - a Bibliometric overviewDr. K. V Santhosh – Manipal Institute of Technology (India)
  4.15pm - 4.25pm
 (10 mins)
Panel 2 DiscussionProfessor Khor and Dr K.V Santhosh
  4.25.pm - 4.35pm
 (10 mins)
CloseYoshiko Kakita – Regional Solution Sales Director
(Japan)

Speaker profiles

Dr Steven Riddell

Dr Steven Riddell

Elsevier, Australia

Senior Customer Consultant at Elsevier

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Robbertjan Kalff

Robbertjan Kalff

Elsevier, Netherlands

Vice-President of SciVal.

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Professor Ren Yi

Professor Ren Yi

University of Southern Queensland, Australia

Pro Vice-Chancellor International at the University of Southern Queensland -- providing leadership across the university for strategic guidance and advise for internationalisation and global engagement.

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Dr Jingwen Mu

Dr Jingwen Mu

University of Auckland, New Zealand

Strategic Planning Manager of the University of Auckland.

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Professor Michael Khor

Professor Michael Khor

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Director, Talent Recruitment and Career Support Office & Bibliometrics Analysis

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Dr K.V. Santhosh

Dr K.V. Santhosh

Manipal Institute of Technology, India

Deputy Director Research (Technical), Associate Professor in the Department of Instrumentation and Control

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Yoshiko Kakita

Yoshiko Kakita

Elsevier, Japan

Regional Solution Sales Director for APAC, Research Intelligence

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