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  • 1. A Bibliometric Study of SE Asia Peter Haddawy
  • 2. Key Questions• Research strengths of ASEAN relative to the EU• Comparison with countries in Asia-Pacific• Distribution of research strengths in ASEAN – country and university• Top researchers in ASEAN – Research networking• Subject Categories – Nanotechnology – ICT – Industrial Technology – Energy – Food, agriculture and biotechnology – Environment – Health
  • 3. Methodology• Measures – Output: Publications – Impact: Citations – Internationality: • International co-authorship • International citations• Subject Categories: Keywords vetted by experts• Data – Elsevier Scopus database – Years: 2000 - 2008
  • 4. ASEAN relative to EU ASEAN research output relative to EU (2004-2008) 9.00 8.96 7.02 6.79 6.40 6.26% of EU 7.00 5.06 5.58 5.24 4.78 5.00 4.09 3.13 3.17 2.60 3.00 1.98 1.00 Publications Citations Data source: Scopus
  • 5. Nanotechnology• Nanoscience and nanotechnology• Biodegradable nanostructured material• Sustainable Energy Conversion• Thin films• Nanotubes• Nanofibers• Nanotechnology based materials and products,• Biomaterials and bio-inspired materials• Integration of knowledge and technology
  • 6. NanotechnologyChina, Japan, Australia, South Korea and ASEAN Data source: Scopus
  • 7. NanotechnologyASEAN Countries Data source: Scopus
  • 8. NanotechnologyTop institutes in ASEAN Data source: Scopus
  • 9. ICT• Cognitive System and Robotics• Cloud Computing• E-learning• Digital Content and Technology• ICT for Health• E-government• Multimedia and others
  • 10. ICTASEAN Countries2
  • 11. ICTTop Institutes in ASEAN2
  • 12. Industrial Technology• Technology and Industry• Industrial Engineering• Industrial Applications• Industrial Informatics• Industry Innovations• Industrial control• Industrial ecology• Industrial Design Technology• Industrial Wastewater
  • 13. Industrial TechnologyChina, Japan, Australia, South Korea and ASEAN2
  • 14. Industrial TechnologyASEAN Countries3
  • 15. Energy• Energy Engineering and Power Technology• Fuel Technology• Nuclear Energy and Engineering• Renewable Energy Sustainability and the Environment
  • 16. EnergyASEAN Countries3
  • 17. EnergyTop Institutes in ASEAN2
  • 18. Food, Agriculture and Biotechnology• Food Safety• Food security• Food Science and Technology• Agriculture• Fisheries• Animal Health and Welfare• Forestry• Climate change and its impact on agriculture• Mitigation Strategies and Socio-economy issues and support to agricultural policies
  • 19. Food, Agriculture and BiotechnologyASEAN Countries4
  • 20. Food, Agriculture and BiotechnologyTop Institutes in ASEAN Thailand?2
  • 21. Environment• Ecological Modeling• Ecology• Environmental Chemistry• Environmental Engineering• Global and Planetary Change• Health Toxicology and Mutagenesis• Management Monitoring Policy and Law• Nature and Landscape Conservation• Pollution• Waste Management and Disposal• Water Science and Technology
  • 22. EnvironmentChina, Japan, Australia, South Korea and ASEAN4
  • 23. EnvironmentASEAN Countries3
  • 24. EnvironmentTop Institutes in ASEAN
  • 25. Health• Cancer• Tuberculosis• Malaria• Dengue• Emerging pathogens• HIV/AIDs• Alzheimers diseases• Frailty and Geriatrics• Vector Borne Diseases• Orphan disease and drugs• Biomarkers• Others (Chikugunya, Helminth disease, Leprosy etc)
  • 26. HealthASEAN Countries
  • 27. HealthTop Institutes in ASEAN
  • 28. HealthTop Authors in ASEAN
  • 29. HealthTop Authors in ASEAN Author Affiliation Wong, M.C. National University of Singapore Chow, P.K.H. National University of Singapore Chia, K.S. National University of Singapore, Centre for Molecular Epidemiology Thumboo, J. National University of Singapore, Department of Medicine Tan, E.K. National University of Singapore, Singapore Graduate Medical School Tan, D.T.H. Singapore National Eye Centre, Cornea and External Disease Service Saw, S.M. Singapore National Eye Centre, Department of Ophthalmology Wong, T.Y. Singapore National Eye Centre, Neuro-Ophthalmology Service Chan, Y.H. Singapore Eye Research Institute Singhasivanon, P. Mahidol University, Faculty of Tropical Medicine, Thailand Krudsood, S. Mahidol University, Faculty of Tropical Medicine, Thailand Looareesuwan, S. Mahidol University, Faculty of Tropical Medicine, Nakon Pathom , Thailand Eu, K.W. Singapore General Hospital, Department of Colorectal Surgery Tan, P.H. Singapore General Hospital, Department of Pathology Soo, K.C. Singapore General Hospital, Department of Surgery Poovorawan, Y. Srinakharinwirot University, Department of Microbiology Aung, T. Tan Tock Seng Hospital Phanuphak, P. The HIV Netherlands Australia Thailand Research Collaboration, Thai Red Cross AIDS Research Centre Seow-Choen, F. Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre Chongsuvivatwong, V. Prince of Songkia University, Faculty of Medicine, Songkla , Thailand
  • 30. Summary• ASEAN strong in Nanotech, ICT, Industrial Technology – SG dominant, followed by MY & TH• In other areas strengths are more distributed among ASEAN countries• Energy – SG, TH, MY similar in publications – SG ahead in citations, followed by TH & MY, then ID• Food, Agriculture, and Biotech – TH leads in publications; about half SG number of citations – TH strength distributed among universities – Good distribution of strength in ASEAN: TH, SG, MY, PH, ID, VNUnited Nations University - International Institute for Software Technology
  • 31. Summary• Environment – TH & SG close in publications & citations – TH’s strength again distributed among universities – Good distribution of strength in ASEAN: TH, SG, MY, PH, ID, VN• Health – TH & SG close in publications and citations – Mahidol dominant in publications; tied with NUS in citations• ASEAN has a high percentage of international collaborations and international citationsUnited Nations University - International Institute for Software Technology
  • 32. Recommendations• Need to bring together quantitative and qualitative analyses – Value of quantitative analyses only fully realized when reflected upon by subject experts• Leverage quantitative analyses to help build social networks to link researchers... – More at 1:40 in Health Thematic BreakoutUnited Nations University - International Institute for Software Technology