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Scientific Information Analysis and Monitoring Center

Head of Department     Shushanik Sargsyan

Center for Scientific Information Analysis and Monitoring (CSIAM) is acting within the Institute of Informatics and Automation problems, NAS RA starting from January, 2010. CSIAM is composed of three subdivisions:

  1. Research and Forecast;
  2. Data Collection and Elaboration;
  3. Statistics and Analysis.

These subdivisions study the issues of science and technology development, implement monitoring of the field, prepare statistical and analytical data, as well as make predictions and assessments of the field of science in the Republic of Armenia. 



Starting form 2013 CSIAM jointly with the Russian Scintific Electronic Library (eLibrary) is implementing the project “Assessment of Scientific Activity of Scientific Ties between the RA and RF Researchers Based on Citation Databases”. Within the project the bibliometric description of the Armenian journals for 2007-2012 was prepared. We have made data cleaning for the Armenian authors and organizations registered in E-Library. Dozens of Armenian journals were also registered and indexed in eLibrary databases. 
We have also implemented a bibliometric research of joint Armenian-Russian scientific grants organized by the State Committee of Sciences of the RA and the Russian Foundation for Humanities Scientific and the Russian Foundation for Basic Research. 
For this purpose we have used three databases: AINC, RINC and WOS. 
CSIAM together with some other Armenian, Georgian and European institutions and universities is a partner in one of the TEMPUS projects “ARMAZEG: Life-long Learning in Transcaucasia: E-Learning”. The aim of this project is to import and develop the idea of E-Learning in partner institutions.


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The EU is pleased to support since 2015 the Eastern Partnership Connect project and its efforts to provide not only physical networks to interconnect Eastern Partnership (EaP) and other countries with high-speed broadband connections, but also its efforts to build online services for research and education, to extend its reach beyond supporting big science and research and to offer support also to the arts and humanities. Projects like this are of strategic importance to help bring EaP and European neighbours closer together
said the European Commission Directorate-General for Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations’ Neighbourhood East Director Lawrence Meredith.

Cross-border ministerial concert showcases unique technology for music teaching and performance

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