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SRS Publication Trends Study

Appendix A. Workshop Agenda and Participants

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Appendix A. Workshop Agenda and Participants

 

SRS Publication Trends Study

November 7, 2006
SRI International
1100 Wilson Blvd., Suite 2800, Arlington, VA

Agenda

8:30 Registration: Continental Breakfast
9:00 Introductory Remarks
  Lynda Carlson, Director, Division of Science Resources Statistics (SRS), NSF
  Rolf F. Lehming, Director, Science & Engineering Indicators Program
9:15 Session One: Data and Findings - What Have We Learned From the Data?
  SRS Publication Trends Study Findings

Presenters:
  Changing U.S. Output of Scientific Articles
Derek Hill and Alan Rapoport, NSF/SRS
  Statistical Analysis of Publication Trends in U.S. Universities
Harold Javitz, SRI International
  The Perspective of U.S. Academic Researchers
Robert K. Bell, NSF/SRS
10:25–11:00 Break
11:00 Panel on International Perspectives on the SRS Study Findings
  Ron Freedman, RE$EARCH Infosource Inc., Canada
  Ben Martin, Science Policy Research Unit, Sussex UK
  Cong Cao, State University of New York, New York City
12:30 Break for Lunch
1:00 Session Two: Implications for Indicators and Research
  Irwin Feller, American Association for the Advancement of Science
  Diana Hicks, Georgia Institute of Technology
  Anthony van Raan, University of Leiden
2:30–2:45 Break
2:45 Session 3: Are There Implications for Policy?
  Ron Kostoff
  Susan Cozzens, Georgia Institute of Technology
  Bill Valdez, U.S. Department of Energy
4:15 Concluding Remarks
  Rolf Lehming
4:30 Workshop Adjourns

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Participants

David Abrams National Institutes of Health
James Adams Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Irma Arispe Office of Science and Technology Policy
Robert Bell* National Science Foundation
William Berry Office of the Secretary of Defense
Jeff Bingham Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation
Martin Blume+ The American Physical Society
Monica Bradford+ Science Magazine
Steven Brint University of California, Riverside
Lynda Carlson* National Science Foundation
Timothy Coffey+ University of Maryland
Cong Cao* State University of New York, NYC
Susan Cozzens*+ Georgia Institute of Technology
Ron Fecso National Science Foundation
Irwin Feller*+ American Association for the Advancement of Science
Ron Freedman* RE$EARCH Infosource, Inc.
Kohl Gill Department of Energy
Kim Hamilton ipIQ
Diana Hicks* Georgia Institute of Technology
Derek Hill* National Science Foundation
Kaye Husbands National Science Foundation
Harold Javitz*+ SRI International
Donald W. King University of Pittsburgh
Ron Kostoff*  
Kathryn Law National Institutes of Health
Rolf Lehming* National Science Foundation
Ben Martin* University of Sussex
Claudia Mitchell-Kernan+ University of California Los Angeles
Mary Ellen Mogee SRI International
Alan Rapoport National Science Foundation
Hans Roosendaal+ University of Twente
Robin Skulrak SRI International
Henry Small Thomson Scientific (ISI)
Richard Spivack National Institute for Standards and Technology
David Trinkle Office of Management & Budget
Bill Valdez* Department of Energy
Anthony F.J. van Raan* University of Leiden
Caroline Wagner SRI International
Mark Weiss National Science Foundation
Ann Wolpert+ Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 
* Presenter
+ Members of the Advisory Committee


 
SRS Publication Trends Study
Workshop Report| NSF 07-330 | August 2007