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The 61st GIST Seminar
"Dimensions of EU-Japan collaboration -JEUPISTE international co-publication analysis-"

The 61st GIST Seminar<br> The 61st GIST Seminar<br>
Lecturer Ms. Hanna SCHECK and Mr. Alexander DEGELSEGGER (The Centre for Social Innovation: ZSI)
Time 17:00-19:00, June 10 (Tue), 2014
Place Research Meeting Room 4A, 4th floor, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (ACCESS)
Sponsorship GRIPS Science, Technology and Innovation Policy Program (GIST)
Language English
Participation fees Free (Pre-registration required)

Presentation Overview

The EU-funded JEUPISTE project aims at promoting EU-Japan cooperation in Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) through support to policy dialogue, information provision and networking. As an input do the policy dialogue, the project carries out scientometric analyses of research cooperation, aiming to provide an evidence-base on existing collaboration patterns. The present bibliometric study analyses international journal paper co-authorship between authors from Japan and the EU in the period from 2003 to 2012. Particular emphasis will be on the identification of geographic patterns, thematic strengths and research hotspots, impact as well as benchmarking with the US as another major S&T cooperation partner of Japan. The results available are preliminary and the goal of this presentation and a subsequent project workshop (with the involvement of Japanese S&T policy makers) is to discuss potential findings and to collect qualitative information essential for contextualising the quantitative data.

Simplified personal history

Ms. Hanna SCHECK (Project manager, Research Policy & Development, ZSI)
She studied Sociology at the University of Vienna (Austria). In December 2005 she joined the ZSI as researcher and project manager and she has work experience - among others - in Southeast Europe, the Eastern Partnership region, Central Asia and East Asia (South Korea and Japan) where she has been involved in various STI cooperation projects during the last years. She is currently working on the project "Japan-EU Partnership in Innovation, Science and Technology" (JEUPISTE) where she is responsible for bibliometric analyses of EU-Japan academic co-publications. Furthermore, Ms. Scheck is the administrative coordinator of the FP7-funded project "STI International Cooperation Network for Eastern Partnership Countries" (Inco.Net EaP). Her research and management portfolio includes analysing and promoting of international research cooperation, conceptual design and evaluation of international STI projects and programmes, organisation of STI foresight activities and teaching of scientific project management.

Mr. Alexander DEGELSEGGER (Deputy Head of Department, researcher and project manager, Research Policy & Development, ZSI)
He is researcher and deputy head of department at the Centre for Social Innovation (ZSI). Alexander is an expert on international science and technology (S&T) policy, programme design and evaluation. Trained in political science and development studies, he started his career as junior associate fellow at the Austrian Academy of Sciences’ Institute of Technology Assessment. Currently, at ZSI, he is leading projects on the analysis, evaluation and implementation of international S&T cooperation with a regional focus on Southeast Asia. Building on bibliometrics, patent and social network analyses of S&T cooperation patterns, Alexander is working on the development of innovative research impact assessment methodologies including network analytical approaches and interactive visualisation. This work is also informed by his conceptual contributions to the field of sociology of innovation. Alexander is a trainer in Social Network Analysis (SOQUA post-graduate programme) and a university lecturer in Social Innovation (SI) theory at the Danube University's Social Innovation Master Programme. He is Science & Technology key expert in the Regional EU-ASEAN Dialogue Instrument (READI) and was member of the OECD expert team visiting Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia and Cambodia for the recently published Review of Innovation in Southeast Asia.

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