Find popular UvA journals, discover relations between scientists and groups and explore co-author networks ... it is possible with uva-view.nlThis happend this same day (twenty-nine July) in previous years at the University of Amsterdam:
On a Wednesday exactly 29 years ago (1992), Mr. Jeroen Gilles Willibrord Raaijmakers has been appointed Professor (gewoon hoogleraar) at the University of Amsterdam (his complete profile).
On a Saturday exactly 43 years ago (1978), Mr. Ary de Geus has been appointed Professor (buitengewoon hoogleraar) at the University of Amsterdam .
On a Friday exactly 55 years ago (1966), Mr. Joseph Michael Tager has been appointed Professor (lector) at the University of Amsterdam .
On a Wednesday exactly 57 years ago (1964), Mr. Jan Strackee has been appointed Professor (lector) at the University of Amsterdam .
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With uva-view.nl you can explore metadata of publications by the University of Amsterdam for the years 2000 upto 2019.
The data in uva-view is based on metadata of publications by the University of Amsterdam. This metadata is normalized and standardized at a higher level than 'normal' references to publications (publication metadata is most kwown as references). In uva-view you will not find complete reference lists of an author or institute. However you will find a neat representation and optimal linked overview of the 'meta' metadata.
It is possible to take various starting points (i.e. author, journal, institution) and different ways of viewing the data.
Various sources are used and linked: Pure (the university CRIS), Scholary Stats, journal evaluation data (2010), Worldcat, Web of Science, Narcis, Google Scholar, Researchgate etc.
... realise science is not number of publications, citations and all kind of indexes. Science is to collaborate, discover and share. We hope uva-view.nl will help to discover the research landscape of the University of Amsterdam. Use uva-view to find relations among scientists, journals, institutes and so on.
www.uva-view.nl is not developed to evaluate researchers and not suitable for it either.