SIGMET Workshop Awards 2018

We are happy to announce the winners of this year’s best paper award and best student paper award:

Best paper award (sponsored by Altmetric.com and Dimensions):
Bradford Demarest, Indiana University Bloomington, for his talk entitled “Drawing into focus: Methodological enhancements for discourse epistemetrics”

Best student paper award (sponsored by Elsevier):
Shubhanshu Mishra, Brent D Fegley, Jana Diesner and Vetle I Torvik, for their talk entitled “Expertise as an aspect of author contributions”

The winners were selected by a jury of SIGMET officers who evaluated presentations on the basis of the following criteria:

  • Design of the study
  • Originality
  • Relevance to the workshop
  • Adherence to research ethics
Congratulations to the winners and thank you again to our sponsors!

Discount for SIGMET Workshop presenters (2018): Open access journal “Frontiers in Research Metrics and Analytics”

Dear presenters,

After the workshop, you are invited to submit your work to Frontiers in Research Metrics and Analytics, a peer reviewed open access journal. Presenters who indicate their plan to submit to the journal within three month of the workshop date and submit within six month will be offered a 50% discount sponsored by Frontiers.

Do not miss this opportunity!

Frontiers

 

Thanks to all of our sponsors Altmetric.comDimensionsElsevier and Frontiers for supporting this year’s workshop! Altmetric.com and Dimensions are sponsoring our $1000 Best Paper Award, Elsevier is sponsoring the $1500 Best Student Paper Award.