As a Bibliometric Analyst, I provide the management and researchers of Chalmers University of Technology with bibliometric evaluations to boost the impact of their research and enhance research visibility to the world. I serve in this position with my in-depth knowledge of bibliographical databases, research methodologies, data capture, enhancing data quality, data-driven analysis, visualization, and data curation for further analysis. I love to work with bibliographical data meaningfully and present insightful stories through statistical models. I have been successfully evaluating the impacts of publications, research collaborations, and benchmarking between research entities. I also assist research departments, divisions, and groups in developing publication strategies and policies based on evidence-based bibliographical data analysis, as well as helping them enhance their research visibility through open access and academic social networks. I have developed new informetric methods for the composition of expert panels for research evaluation out of my PhD research. In this research, I have offered significant contributions to the academic literature by proposing six informetric methods to measure cognitive distance between evaluators and those being evaluated by using their publication profiles as a representation of their expertise. Earlier, I completed an Erasmus Mundus Joint MSc from the consortium of Oslo Metropolitan University, Tallinn University, and Parma University. My master's thesis revealed that controlled vocabulary and social tagging are ineffective as stand-alone tools for information retrieval. The best way for patrons to access materials would be through a hybrid system. My research interests include bibliometrics, research evaluation, scholarly communication, and open science, among others. I am involved in several development and research projects.
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Identifying publications in questionable journals in the context of performance-based research funding
Does collaborative research published in top journals remain uncited?
Predatory Open Access journals: A review of past screenings within the Flemish performance based research funding system (2014 – 2018)
Measuring cognitive distance between publication portfolios
Cognitive distances between evaluators and evaluees in research evaluation: A comparison between three Informetric methods at the journal and subject category aggregation level
Measuring the match between evaluators and evaluees: cognitive distances between panel members and research groups at the journal level
Expertise overlap between an expert panel and research groups in global journal maps
Digital information literacy: A case study in Oslo public library
Is the expertise of evaluation panels congruent with the research interests of the research groups: A quantitative approach based on barycenters
Digital resources management in libraries: Step towards digital Bangladesh
Assessment of expertise overlap between an expert panel and research groups
Education for information professionals in Bangladesh: A case study of the University of Dhaka
Metadata practices in digital libraries
Employable LIS courses in Bangladesh: an analysis of last twenty year syllabuses
Library education in Bangladesh: Strengths, problems, and suggestions
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