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Annual Bibliometric Monitoring

The ABM at KTH contains statistics on publication output, citation impact and co-publishing.

What is the aim of ABM?

In the KTH strategic plan 2013-2016 it is stated that the number of citations should increase by 25%. ABM can then be used as a basis for understanding how one’s own activities contribute to this goal. The ABM, together with goals regarding publishing and citation will be a part of the schools’ operational agreements and to be followed up in the school dialogues.

Organizational levels

The ABM is available at different levels, for KTH in total, schools, departments and individual researchers. Results for the schools and departments are open for all, but to see the individual ABM you will need to login. The report is the same at all levels.

Which publications are included in ABM?

Only publications registered in DiVA that researchers have published when working at KTH are included. Only KTH-affiliated publications are taken into account.

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Last changed: Feb 20, 2020