Scientometric Indicators

Scientometric database is a bibliographic and abstract database, a tool for tracking the citation of scientific publications. It is also a search engine that generates statistics reflecting the state and dynamics of indicators of significance, activity and indices of the influence of the activities of individual scientists and research organizations. Since 2020, the department has been actively introducing automated systems for collecting and displaying scientometric indicators of employees in such databases as:

  • Web of Science. This is the Thomson Reuters search platform, which brings together abstractive databases of publications in scientific journals and patents, including databases that take into account mutual citation of publications.
  • Scopus. It is the world’s largest abstract and analytical database of scientific publications and citations of the Elsevier publishing company.
  • Google Scholar. It is a freely available search engine that indexes the full text of scientific publications in all formats and disciplines. Allows you to easily perform an extensive search of scientific literature, as well as find studies that most closely match the search query, among a huge number of scientific papers. Google Scholar contains information not only about online electronic options, but also about printed articles.

Also on separate pages are collected identifiers in systems such as:

  • Open Researcher and Contributor ID (ORCID). It is an open, non-profit project to create and maintain a registry of unique identifiers for researchers, a transparent way of presenting research activities and free access to these identifiers.
  • Electronic archive of the Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics “Open Electronic Archive”, containing publications of scientific works of teachers and university staff. Among them are articles from scientific journals, monographs, conference materials, scientific publications of students.
  • Portal “Trust”. The project implements a strategy to ensure the quality of higher education and approaches to transparent and
    an impartial assessment of the quality of education, based on European practices based on the “triangle” education – research – innovation in accordance with the Lisbon Strategy.