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  • CWTS :: Tailor-made Training Courses
    VOSviewer About CWTS About Leiden Contact Links Leiden University CWTS B V CWTS Leiden Ranking CWTS Journal Indicators CitNetExplorer VOSviewer Centre for Science and Technology Studies Centre for Science and Technology Studies 2333AL Leiden Zuid Holland 31715273909 http www cwts nl For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript Here are the instructions how to enable JavaScript in your web browser Training Education Tailor made Training Courses Tailormade Training Courses The CWTS tailor made training program specifically aims to improve the overall functioning of bibliometricans users of bibliometric data by training a selected group on specific topics and or skills What A tailor made training is designed to meet the specific needs and requirements of the requesting organization The clients sets the objectives topics location course length and number of participants during the intake with CWTS Moreover the client assesses with CWTS which items are emphasized during the course CWTS sends the final program to the client for approval A client can opt for different services levels ranging from basic to full service CWTS arranges for the course facilities travelling accommodation lunch and dinner in the full service option At the basic services level CWTS provides the course and facilities An on site training program is also a possibility Participants receive a certificate of attendance and are asked to fill out the evaluation form in order to meet our client s expectations in the future Training Education CWTS Course for Professionals Advanced Citation Analysis Bibliometric Network Analysis and Science Mapping Using VOSviewer Tailor made Training Courses What For whom Type of activities Contact Minor Science and Technology in Society Master PhD Thesis Supervision Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share Share this page For whom Our tailor made training program suits any organization

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  • CWTS :: Minor Science and Technology in Society
    scientific cultures their histories and their most important institutions The course also gives a theoretical and methodological overview of the most important concepts in science and technology studies This will enable students to understand how science itself can be studied in a rigorous scientific way The course will also help students to acquire a basic understanding of technological development and innovation processes The course is coordinated by prof dr Paul Wouters 2 Publishing and Communicating Research This second out of five StiS courses focuses on scientific and scholarly communication patterns over the last few centuries from 17th century print to 21st century web based publishing and the different publication cultures between scientific fields We will zoom in on the politics and economics of journal publishing and will explain why articles became the norm in many fields The role of evaluation in carrying out and communicating research will also be discussed Why did counting publications become so popular in assessing scientific work How did large bibliographic databases play a role in this process How is scientific activity on the web being tracked We will not only focus on traditional forms of output such as books and journal articles but will also pay attention to the more recent move to the web including debates about open access Theoretically students will learn to make connections between the rise of the information society in the second half of the 20th century and the coinciding emergence of particular forms of scientific governance Students will become familiar with the differences in scientific communication patterns and cultures between disciplines will develop a critical perspective on the role played by certain ways of communication in the light of the availability of quantitative measures and will develop a basic insight into the historical development of scientific communication and publishing in the light of the developments described in xx The course is coordinated by dr Thed van Leeuwen en dr Sarah de Rijcke 3 Metrics and Knowledge Production In the governance of scientific research we observe an increasing tendency to add quantitative measures to the longstanding tradition of qualitative assessment by reading and commenting on each other s work This third out of five StiS courses will give an overview of the rise of statistical thinking over the last two centuries This development paved the way for the emergence of scientometrics in the second half of the 20th century Scientometrics is the branch of the social sciences that studies scientific and technological developments by means of quantitative methods We will explore the growth of this relatively young field by zooming in on what it has enabled and how it has effected academic work Students will be introduced to quantitative techniques that chart scientific communication processes and cognitive structures of science and technology using large scale databases of scientific and technical publications We will also discuss the explosion of performance indicators in science which are nowadays used from the level of the individual researcher to that of entire universities through rankings

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  • CWTS :: Master & PhD Thesis Supervision
    the instructions how to enable JavaScript in your web browser Training Education Master PhD Thesis Supervision Master PhD Thesis Supervision CWTS staff members regularly supervise PhD theses and act as external Ma thesis advisors We offer a range of topics for students from several disciplines interested in science studies research evaluation bibliometrics altmetrics higher education studies innovation studies organizational sociology and science policy Master Thesis Assignments Master students develop a clear problem statement explore relevant theoretical approaches develop a research strategy and collect and analyze data under supervision of CWTS staff Topics should be closely related to the research conducted by the CWTS working groups and chairs All students are given the opportunity to participate in our research seminars Training Education CWTS Course for Professionals Advanced Citation Analysis Bibliometric Network Analysis and Science Mapping Using VOSviewer Tailor made Training Courses Minor Science and Technology in Society Master PhD Thesis Supervision Master Thesis Assignments Master Thesis options PhD Thesis Supervision Contact Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share Share this page Master Thesis Options The working group Career Policy and Paths in Science has three master thesis vacancies Regional importance of universities by attracting and retaining talents The effect of mentorship on career choices and career advancement of doctoral holders The value of the PhD in future careers PhD Thesis Supervision The Netherlands is one of the few countries where PhD students are employees of the university There are several ways to obtain a PhD As an employee of Leiden University If we have job vacancies we advertise them via the link below If we do not have vacancies candidates may look for funding in their own institute or country or apply for a private scholarship On a scholarship arranged by candidates themselves from a foreign government an

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  • CWTS :: Products & Services
    CitNetExplorer VOSviewer Centre for Science and Technology Studies Centre for Science and Technology Studies 2333AL Leiden Zuid Holland 31715273909 http www cwts nl For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript Here are the instructions how to enable JavaScript in your web browser Products Services CWTS B V a business company affiliated to CWTS and owned by Leiden University offers a range of bibliometric products and services These products and services are organized into three categories Monitoring Evaluation Advanced Analytics and Training Education Monitoring Evaluation Our Monitoring Evaluation products aim to assess research performance in comparison with international benchmark values worldwide and or relevant benchmark institutes Research performance is measured based on a range of bibliometric indicators Four key dimensions of performance are measured bibliometrically Output impact context and collaboration Read more on the website of CWTS B V Products Services Monitoring Evaluation Advanced Analytics Training Education Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share Share this page Advanced Analytics Our Advanced Analytics products combine the powerful techniques of network analysis text mining and visualization to provide our clients with customized and sophisticated bibliometric analyses for highly specific purposes All our analyses are fully

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  • CWTS :: Blog
    Leiden Ranking CWTS Journal Indicators CitNetExplorer VOSviewer About CWTS About Leiden Contact Links Leiden University CWTS B V CWTS Leiden Ranking CWTS Journal Indicators CitNetExplorer VOSviewer Centre for Science and Technology Studies Centre for Science and Technology Studies 2333AL Leiden Zuid Holland 31715273909 http www cwts nl For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript Here are the instructions how to enable JavaScript in your web

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  • CWTS :: About CWTS
    The Centre for Science and Technology Studies CWTS studies the dynamics of scientific research and its connections to technology innovation and society This means studying scientific and academic research from a scientific point of view Description CWTS is an interdisciplinary institute at Leiden University Its research staff comes from a broad and diverse spectrum of specialised academic fields ranging from psychology political science literature studies and information science to computer science economics physics and chemistry CWTS utilises large databases enabling the quantitative discernment of the growth in scientific publications patterns of collaboration the impacts of science and numerous other aspects of science such as academic communications and evidence based performance assessment About CWTS Description Products and Services Research Programme Data Infrastructure Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share Share this page High Quality Products Services Through CWTS B V a company owned by Leiden University we make it possible for our research to also be used to provide high quality and value added products and services to research institutes This enables institutes to evaluate the impact of their publications and their standing in the international scientific community We furthermore analyse the development of scientific careers and the impact of research assessment on knowledge production using mixed methods research including surveys and ethnographic methods Research Programme Since 2012 we have focused our activities and interests within the framework of a new research programme CWTS has three chairs for full professors Scientometrics Science Innovation Studies Science Policy Studies and has five working groups on key research themes Advanced bibliometric methods Evaluation practices in context Social sciences and humanities Scientific careers Societal impact of research The centre hosts a dynamic group of senior researchers and talented juniors who welcome collaboration with colleagues internationally and nationally We can accommodate internships and

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  • CWTS :: About Leiden
    artefacts many of which are on display in the National Museum of Antiquities located in the city centre Leiden started its development in around 860 as an embankment dike village at the foot of a castle located strategically at the confluence of the Old Rhine and the New Rhine In around 1100 Leiden became the court residence of the Counts of Holland Between the 13 th and 15 th centuries the city prospered developing into one of the largest cities in Holland by its flourishing textile industry In the 16 th century the cultural role of Leiden increased in importance Leiden became an international centre of painting art Lucas van Leyden Rembrandt Van Goyen van Steen With the establishment of the University in 1575 many eminent scientists were soon attracted to the city Consequently Leiden also became a centre of book printing and publishing Elsevier Plantijn In order to escape from the Inquisition Galileo Galilei published one of his most important works the Discorsi in Leiden 1637 In the 17 th century the Dutch Golden Age arts science and industry developed further Rembrandt was born in 1606 in Leiden This was the period when first important scientific and technological discoveries took place The city continued to grow and in around 1670 Leiden with some 70 000 inhabitants was the largest city in Holland after Amsterdam In the 18 th century the textile industry declined and Leiden rapidly became impoverished At the end of the 19 th and the beginning of the 20 th century the city recovered with the metal and printing industries At the same time Leiden University experienced the Second Golden Age winning a series of Nobel prizes particularly in physics and medicine Following a deterioration of the socio economic position in the 1950 s and 60 s Leiden rapidly recovered The city received major national funding to restore its historic city centre new residential areas began to be built and the city witnessed the prosperous growth of the Bio Science Park as a result of the many application oriented research activities generated by its University Today Leiden with its suburbs is a sought after residential area with an agreeable socio economic and cultural climate Cultural Heritage Leiden is a city with a rich cultural heritage not only in science but also in the arts One of the world s most famous painters Rembrandt was born and educated in Leiden Other famous Leiden painters include Lucas van Leyden Jan van Goyen and Jan van Steen The city has been one of Europe s most prominent scientific centres for more than four centuries Modern scientific medical research and teaching started in the early 18 th century in Leiden with Boerhaave Many important scientific discoveries have been made here giving rise to Leiden s motto City of Discoveries Leiden has retained all that its past has to offer a picturesque historic city centre in which the prosperity in past centuries is still visible in the noble 17 th century mansions

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  • CWTS :: Contact
    CWTS About Leiden Contact Links Leiden University CWTS B V CWTS Leiden Ranking CWTS Journal Indicators CitNetExplorer VOSviewer Centre for Science and Technology Studies Centre for Science and Technology Studies 2333AL Leiden Zuid Holland 31715273909 http www cwts nl For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript Here are the instructions how to enable JavaScript in your web browser Contact The form below can be used

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