The mission of the Center for Scientific Information Analysis and Monitoring is to elaborate a system to analyze the Armenian scientific potential as well as to integrate theArmenian scienceinto the world science market.
Study and monitoring of science in Armenia
Import and development of Scientometrics as a separate science sub-field in Armenia
Calculate Impact Factors for the Journals published in Armenia
Develop the Armenian Science Citation Index
Provide statistical, methodological and analytical information about science in the Republic of Armenia to the State Committee of Science, RA Ministries, National Academy of Sciences, as well as other concerned organizations and scientific community
Elaborate methodology for statistics in the field of science, assessment, analysis and forecasting of scientific potential
Citation indexes are specialized bibliographic databases that contain descriptions of scientific articles, monographs, patents and other scientific literature. They are used in the world to analyze publication activity and citations of individual scientists, scientific organizations and countries with a view to assess the effectiveness of scientific research.
ArmJIF of 83 Armenian scientific journals were calculated and released by the Center for Scientific Information Analysis and Monitoring. You can find information about ArmJIF of the Armenian journals, as well as make searches according to journals’ scientific fields through the following link: http://csiam.sci.am/en/magazines/Read more
The head of CSIAM Shushanik Sargsyan participated in the EaPConnect's OpenAire Training/workshop on June 4-5 in Kiev. During the workshop different services and tools of OpenAIRE was presented. Also, Open data, Open Science conceptions were discussed and how National scientific and educational networks can be applyed.Read more
Junior researcher of the Center for Scientific Information Analysis and Monitoring (CSIAM) of IIAP NAS RA Maria Ohanyan participated in the seminar "Digital Youth Work and Innovation" on May 29-31 in Warsaw. Within three days 100 participants from European Union, Eastern Partnership and Balkan countries - youth workers and youth leaders – had an opportunity to discuss about education, innovation...Read more