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
Center for Scientific Information Analysis and Monitoring has presented a project “Eurasian Regional Science Citation Index” to the contest of innovative projects “Eurasian Digital Platforms” organized by the Eurasian Economic Commission in the frames of preparation to the forum “Eurasian Week-2018”.
On November 14, 2018, Dr. Shushanik Sargsyan Head of the Center for Scientific Information Analysis and Monitoring of the Institute for Informatics and Automation Problems National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia (NAS RA) will deliver a webinar presentation Science in Focus: Measuring Science in the framework of the series of lectures at Pan-Russian Festival of Science. The first festival...Read more
For the first time in Armenia Basic course on Scientometrics was launched at the Institute for Informatics and Automation Problems, NAS RA. The course was developed by the Center for Scientific Information Analysis and Monitoring within the TEMPUS ARMAZEG project. The course is intended for the master students.Read more
ERSCI project developed by the Center for Scientific Information Analysis and Monitoring and its partners and presented to the “Eurasian Digital Platforms” innovative projects’ competition reached the semifinal, where in a fierce struggle conceded to the “Armat” project. The project was a joint endeavor of four Eurasian countries, that of Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan,...Read more