DAY 0 – Wednesday November 8th
13:00-17:10 Pre-workshop (program on separate page)
17:15 wine reception
  DAY 1 – Thursday November 9th
8:00-9:00 Coffee and registration
9:00-9:10 Practical Information (room 104)
9:10-9:25 Opening: Ilkka Niiniluoto (room 104) Chair: Gunnar Sivertsen
9:25-10:10 Keynote: Fredrik Piro: Comparing Nordic universities and higher education sectors using bibliometric indicators – results from the latest NORIA-net -report [Report]
10:20-11:00 Parallel sessions 2 + 2 + 2
Publication channel classifications (room 104) Chair: Raf Guns
1. Elías Sanz-Casado: Classification model of Spanish scientific journals in social sciences and humanities
2. Vidar Røeggen & Gunnar Sivertsen: Facilitating influence and transparency in an annual journal ranking process
Databases (room 404) Chair: Camilla Hertil Lindelöw
1. Martin Visser: Measuring the visibility of conference papers using Scopus and the CPCI
2. Eva Isaksson & Henrik Vesterinen: Evaluation of research publications and publication channels in astronomy and astrophysics
Research evaluation (room 505) Chair: Jon Holm
1. Michael Ochsner & Emanuel Kulczycki & Aldis Gedutis: Diversity of Research Evaluation Systems in Europe
2. Clifford Tatum: What is the evaluative object of Open Science?
11:00-11:20  Coffee
11:20-12:00 Parallel sessions 2 + 2
Publication channel classifications (room 104) Chair: Emanuel Kulczycki
1. Janne Pölönen & Gunnar Sivertsen: Experiences with the rating of publication channels for the Nordic Model
2. Jorge Mañana-Rodríguez & Elea Giménez-Toledo : University presses in the context of research evaluation
Databases (room 404) Chair: Thed van Leeuven
1. Tim Engels & Raf Guns: Publishing across disciplines: A comparison of organizational and cognitive classification in the social sciences and humanities
2. Linda Sile: Methodological challenges in bibliometric cross-country comparisons of social sciences and humanities using national data
12:00-13:00 Lunch
13:00-14:00 Parallel sessions 3 + 3
Research performance (room 104) Chair: Tim Engels
1. Olli Poropudas: Explaining the national differences in the level of scientific research – a review of literature
2. Dag Aksnes: Measurement of scientific collaboration using co-authorship data
3. Pernille Grøngaard, Leena Koivula, Javier Arevalo & Floortje Flippo: Bibliometric assessment of European Research Council Grantees – Comparative evaluation
Responsible metrics (room 404) Chair: Terttu Kortelainen
1. Otto Auranen & Janne Pölönen: Pressure to Publish in the Finnish Research Community
2. Heidi Holst Madsen, Lorna Wildgaard & Marianne Gauffriau: Bottom-up implementation of Leiden Manifesto
3. Tahereh Dehdarirad: The impact of information about authors and paper research topic on citation disparities: a gender perspective
14:10-15:40 POSTER SESSION and coffee
Poster minute-madness Chair: Birger Larsen
Poster viewing – including coffee
1. Witold Sygocki :
Bibliometric and altmetric indicators of OSH publications indexed in Scopus: – their potential correlation with references
2. Anna-Sofia Ruth: The Peer-review Label as a tool for quality assurance
3.  Liam Cleere & Lai Ma:
Implementation of the Norwegian Model in University College Dublin: Processes and Challenges
4. Birger Larsen:
Potentials and Challenges Arising from Citation Context Analysis
5. Julie Riisom Wisborg, Asger Væring Larsen, Thea Marie Drachen & Charlotte Wien: Comparing output volume of conventional vs industrial PhDs
6. Ole Ellegaard: The application of bibliometric analysis: Impact, disciplinary and user aspects
15.50-16.50 Methodological and ethical considerations (room 104) Chair: Jesper Schneider
1. Marc Luwel, N.J. Van Eck & Thed Van Leeuwen: The Schön case: in-text distribution of references to papers before and after retraction
2. Emanuel Kulczycki: Using scientometric indicators for reporting research portfolio: field patterns of metric-wiseness
3. Ronald Rousseau: The F-measure for research activity
18:00/18:30  WORKSHOP DINNER at Hima & Sali
  DAY 2: Friday November 10 th
8:45-9:00 Registration
9:00-9:45 Keynote: Jesper Schneider: ‘Science in Crisis’? The current challenges of research integrity in the ‘soft’ empirical sciences and how to study them (room 104) Chair: Birger Larsen
9:45-11:15 POSTER SESSION and coffee
Poster minute-madness Chair: Birger Larsen
Poster viewing
1. Heidi Laine: Tracing Data – Data Citation Roadmap for Finland
2. Evangelia Lipitakis: Making open science more discoverable: A bibliometrics analysis of the top open access articles in the Nordic regions
3. Ellen Fest: Bibliometric Analysis at Wageningen University & Research – a comparison of three bibliometric systems
4. Anna Malgorzata Kamińska & Bartłomiej Włodarczyk: Visualisation methods of selected bibliometric indicators
5. Haakon Lund & Lorna Wildgaard: Visualizing the Curriculum Vitae
6. Terry Bucknell: Alternative Perspectives on the Impact of Arctic Research
7. Jyrki Ilva: Measuring open access in Finland
8. Leena Huiku, Anna-Kaisa Hyrkkänen, Irma Pasanen & Eva Tolonen: Bibliometric services in recruiting processes at Aalto University
9. Michal Petr & Monika Sieberova: Bibliometrics as a pathway to research strategies at the Masaryk University
10. Terhi Sandgren: Are publication databases suitable for studying the publishing practices of a multidisciplinary research field at subdisciplinary level? Case pharmacy
11:15-12.15 Open access & impact (room 104) Chair: Susanna Nykyri
1. Susanne Mikki & Marta Zygmuntowska: Citation and social media impact with regard to open publishing
2. Thed Van Leeuwen, Clifford Tatum & Paul Wouters: Research performance measurement under various mandates on Open Acces
3. Arto Lanamäki: Is Any Social Media Publicity Good Publicity? The Case of @RealPeerReview and Altmetric
12:15-13:20  Lunch
13:20-14:20  Open data – policies and experiences (room 104) Chair: Jyrki Ilva
1. Andreja Istenic Starcic, Marc Vanholsbeeck & Tim Engels: Data policy in social science and humanities journals: a review of selected journals
2. Susanna Nykyri: Research Data Metrics – Where are we now at the University of Helsinki?
3. Heidi Enwald & Terttu Kortelainen: Open research data: Experiences and opinions of scholars in Finland
14:20-14:40 Break and group photo
14:40-15:40 Online visibility and societal impact (room 104) Chair: Gunnar Sivertsen
1. Eiríkur Smári Sigurðarson: Virtue Model for Impact
2. Isabelle Dorsch & Johanna M. Askeridis: Measuring Online Visibility with the Relative Visibility Indicator and Personal Publication Lists
4. Michael Ochsner: The misconception of societal impact in research evaluation: consequences for its measurement and its impact on science policy and research
15:40-16:00 Closing – and announcement of NWB 2018 venue (room 104)