Dimity Stephen

Dr. Dimity Stephen

Research area Research System and Science Dynamics
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Dr. Dimity Stephen completed her undergraduate studies in psychology at Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane, Australia. She worked at the Australian Bureau of Statistics analysing causes of mortality from 2010 to 2017. She completed her doctoral thesis in public health in 2017 at Queensland University of Technology. She has been working in the Competence Centre for Bibliometrics at the German Centre for Higher Education Research and Science Studies (DZHW) in Berlin since July 2018.

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Sectoral and Institutional Nowcast for Bibliometric Impact Indicators (SINBRI)
EFI-Studies on the German innovation system
Publications

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Varying resonance chambers: A comparison of citation-based valuations of duplicated publications in Web of Science and Scopus.

Stahlschmidt, S., & Stephen, D. (2019).
Varying resonance chambers: A comparison of citation-based valuations of duplicated publications in Web of Science and Scopus. In Catalano, G., Daraio, C., Gregori, M., Moed, H. F., & Ruocco, G (Hrsg.) Proceedings of the 17th Conference of the International Society for Scientometrics and Informetrics (ISSI 2019), Vol. 2, (S. 1698-1709). Edizioni Efesto. ISBN 978-88-3381-118-5.

Performance and Structures of the German Science System.

Stahlschmidt, S., Stephen, D., & Hinze, S. (2019).
Performance and Structures of the German Science System. Berlin: EFI, Studien zum deutschen Innovationssystem Nr. 05-2019.

Time series models of environmental exposures: Good predictions or good understanding.

Barnett, A., Stephen, D., Huang, C., & Wolkewitz, M. (2017).
Time series models of environmental exposures: Good predictions or good understanding. Environmental Research, 154, 222-225.

Using microsimulation to estimate the future health and economic costs of salmonellosis under climate change in Central Queensland, Australia.

Stephen, D., & Barnett, A. (2017).
Using microsimulation to estimate the future health and economic costs of salmonellosis under climate change in Central Queensland, Australia. Environmental Health Perspectives, 125(12).

Effect of temperature and precipitation on salmonellosis cases in South-East Queensland, Australia: an observational study.

Stephen, D., & Barnett, A. (2016).
Effect of temperature and precipitation on salmonellosis cases in South-East Queensland, Australia: an observational study. BMJ Open, 6(2), e010204.
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Varying resonance chambers: A comparison of citation-based valuations of duplicated publications in Web of Science and Scopus.

Stahlschmidt, S., & Stephan, D. (2019, September).
Varying resonance chambers: A comparison of citation-based valuations of duplicated publications in Web of Science and Scopus. Vortrag auf der 17th International Conference of Scientometrics & Infometrics (ISSI2019), 02.-05.09.2019, Rom, Italien.

EFI 2019, Performance and Structures of the German Science System: An overview of the macro- and micro-comparisons.

Stephen, D. (2019, Juni).
EFI 2019, Performance and Structures of the German Science System: An overview of the macro- and micro-comparisons. Presentation at the Indo-German Workshop on Information Retrieval, Informetrics & Scientometrics (IRIS), 11-13 June 2019, Cologne, Germany.