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Wissenstransfer.

Janßen, M. (2023).
Wissenstransfer. Stellungnahme im Rahmen des Lunchtalks der Transfer Unit: Forschung trifft Praxis: Wie lassen sich Begriffe für die Kommunikation wissenschaftlichen Wissens definieren und systematisieren?, Wissenschaft im Dialog & Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin.

Discussion on insights, pros and cons of online survey research for studying academic freedom in China.

Kaiser, A., Kinzelbach, K., & Lovakov, A. (2023, Oktober).
Discussion on insights, pros and cons of online survey research for studying academic freedom in China. Vortrag auf dem Workshop on Academic Freedom in the People’s Republic of China, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen Nürnberg (FAU), Erlangen, Germany.

Is there a gender gap in the submission of research proposals?

Möller, T. (2023, Oktober).
Is there a gender gap in the submission of research proposals? Vortrag auf der Konferenz Analysing gender bias in research funding. 2nd GRANteD Stakeholder Conference, Wien, Österreich.

A tale of two paths: Gender-based academic trajectories.

van den Besselaar, P., Mom, C., & Möller, T. (2023, Oktober).
A tale of two paths: Gender-based academic trajectories. Vortrag auf der Konferenz Analysing gender bias in research funding. 2nd GRANteD Stakeholder Conference, Wien, Österreich.

Enabling Reliable Sensitivity Analysis for Agent-Based Modeling in Economics and Finance.

Ottaviani, M. (2023, Oktober).
Enabling Reliable Sensitivity Analysis for Agent-Based Modeling in Economics and Finance. Vortrag im Rahmen der Conference on Complex Systems 2023 (CCS2023), Salvador, Brazil.
Abstract

Agent-based models (ABM) allow for computationally setting up socio-economic environments based on internal behaviors and data. However, parameter space exploration, calibration, and sensitivity analysis become computationally prohibitive. A novel procedure, Monte Carlo-Once-At-a-Time, is proposed for building a cheaper proxy for reliable sensitivity analysis. This approach allows for the creation of trustworthy proxies, saving minimal computational effort.

How A/B testing changes the dynamics of information spreading on a social network.

Ottaviani, M. (2023, Oktober).
How A/B testing changes the dynamics of information spreading on a social network. Vortrag im Rahmen der Conference on Complex Systems 2023 (CCS2023), Salvador, Brazil.
Abstract

This paper explores the impact of A/B testing on user decision-making and collective behavior. It uses a case study dataset of news headlines to analyze linguistic features that attract clicks and amplify them through A/B testing. The study reveals that A/B testing increases the homogeneity of information spread, reducing exploration and amplifying exploitation of successful features. This could help develop intervention and tools to promote user autonomy and reduce unwanted outcomes.

Neue Daten, neues Wissen? Infrastrukturen der Leistungsbewertung in der Wissenschaft (NeDa).

Stephen, D. (2023, Oktober).
Neue Daten, neues Wissen? Infrastrukturen der Leistungsbewertung in der Wissenschaft (NeDa). Vortrag auf dem Workshop Abschlusstagung der BMBF-Förderlinie Qualitätsentwicklung(en) in der Wissenschaft, Dortmund.

Findings and lessons from the project GRant AllocatioN Disparities from a gender perspective (GRANteD).

van den Besselaar, P., Mom, C., & Möller, T. (2023, Oktober).
Findings and lessons from the project GRant AllocatioN Disparities from a gender perspective (GRANteD). Vortrag auf dem Workshop Stakeholder-Commitee on Research Funding, Wien, Österreich.

Where is the gender bias in grant allocation? Empirical findings, conclusions and further lessons.

van den Besselaar, P., Mom, C., & Möller, T. (2023, Oktober).
Where is the gender bias in grant allocation? Empirical findings, conclusions and further lessons. Vortrag im Rahmen des Meeting of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Granted Project., Wien, Österreich.

On the performativity of SDG classifications in large bibliometric databases.

Ottaviani, M., & Stahlschmidt, S. (2023, Oktober).
On the performativity of SDG classifications in large bibliometric databases. Poster auf der Konferenz Nordic Workshop on Bibliometrics and Research Policy, Gothenburg, Sweden.
Abstract

Large bibliometric databases, such as Web of Science, Scopus and Dimensions, are performative and affect the visibility of scientific outputs and impact measurement. However, these databases do not match the UN's SDGs classifications. This work proposes using large language models (LLM) to learn about data bias injected by diverse SDG classifications. The results show high sensitivity to diverse classifications in model architecture, classified publications, fine-tuning process and natural language generation. The wide arbitrariness raises ethical concerns. Qualitative text analyses can help inform science policy on diverse SDG classifications.

Diversity of regional research cultures in the global science system.

Blümel, C. (2023, Oktober).
Moderation der Podiumsdiskussion Diversity of regional research cultures in the global science system auf der Konferenz The Future of Higher Education and Science - A Turn of the Times?, Deutsches Zentrum für Hochschul- und Wissenschaftsforschung (DZHW), Berlin, Deutschland.

Der KDSF als wissenschaftsgeleiteter Standard für die Erfassung und Nutzung von Forschungsinformationen.

Biesenbender, S. (2023, Oktober).
Der KDSF als wissenschaftsgeleiteter Standard für die Erfassung und Nutzung von Forschungsinformationen. Vortrag im Rahmen des Leibniz-Führungskollegs "Reform der wissenschaftlichen Leistungsbewertung – Perspektiven und Chancen für die Leibniz-Gemeinschaft", Leibniz-Gemeinschaft, Berlin.

Regional research cultures in the global science system.

Lovakov, A. (2023, Oktober).
Regional research cultures in the global science system. Vortrag auf der Konferenz "The Future of Higher Education and Science - A Turn of the Times?", Hannover, Germany.

Third-party funding data for research evaluation – On assumptions for efficiency measures with data from medical faculties in Germany.

Hartstein, J. (2023, Oktober).
Third-party funding data for research evaluation – On assumptions for efficiency measures with data from medical faculties in Germany. Poster auf der Konferenz The Future of Higher Education and Science, Leibniz Center for Social Sciences, Leibniz-Universität Hannover & German Centre for Higher Education Research and Science Studies (DZHW), Hannover.
Abstract

Efficiency measures as indicators for research excellence are less prominent than productivity measures (aka publication counts) and reception measures (aka citation counts), yet they are frequently discussed [...]. For some years now, practitioners and policy makers have discussed including third-party funding data [...] into efficiency measurement – either as input (income, spending) or as output (grants), which leads to the research question of this contribution: Can third-party funding data reasonably be included in efficiency measurement without violating the assumptions of linear models? And which type of TPF count (income, spending, grants) would be most suitable as input or output variable respectively?

Making the invisible differences visible.

Hartstein, J., Tcypina, A., & Fabian, G. (2023, Oktober).
Making the invisible differences visible. Vortrag auf der Konferenz The Future of Higher Education and Science, Leibniz Center for Social Sciences, Leibniz-Universität Hannover & Deutsches Zentrum für Hochschul- und Wissenschaftsforschung (DZHW), Hannover.

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Clemens Blümel
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Stephan Stahlschmidt
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Peter van den Besselaar
Prof. Dr. Peter van den Besselaar Acting Head +49 30 2064177-0
Guido Speiser
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