SEESAmE – The SouthEast European Science Advanced through Evaluation

SEESAmE – The SouthEast European Science Advanced through Evaluation

SEESAmE is a system to support research publishing in SouthEast Europe, based on the concept of Journal Quality Enforcement. Contains a system for journals online management, a report ranking SEE journals, conferences, and research institutions, a full-text citation database, and a networking tool for recruiting reviewers and research partners.

SCIndeks – The Serbian Citation Index

SCIndeks – The Serbian Citation Index

SCIndeks is a full-text citation database. In addition to basic bibliographic information, SCIndeks contains abstracts and references of all papers from more than 400 Serbian journals. Papers from all journals that meet certain criteria are available as full texts under Open Access.

JBR – The Journal Bibliometric Report

JBR – The Journal Bibliometric Report

JBR is a web report on the evaluation of Serbian journals. Over 550 journals are categorized and ranked according to two dozens of indicators of global and local impact, bibliometric quality, and publishing integrity.

DOPISNIca – The Portal of Integrated System of S&T Information

DOPISNIca – The Portal of Integrated System of S&T Information

DOPISNIca is a system under development containing in-depth information on local researchers, research institutions, projects and published results. It is designed according to CERIF, a standard data model for research and technological information used extensively across Europe.

  • SEESAmE – The SouthEast European Science Advanced through Evaluation

  • SCIndeks – The Serbian Citation Index

  • JBR – The Journal Bibliometric Report

  • DOPISNIca – The Portal of Integrated System of S&T Information

News

Someone else's grass is always greener, and plagiarism heavier - CEON/CEES announcement

In response to frequent calls to plead about recent cases of (alleged) plagiarism in PhDs of some Serbian politicians, we explained in this public announcement our position regarding those cases and plagiarism in general.

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Archives of Biological Sciences suppressed from SCIndeks

CEON/CEES, the publisher of SCIndeks, made its decision based on the results of an urgent bibliometric investigation, following the recent affair that ended with putting ABS on the Beal's list of predatory journals. CEON/CEES also called for the Serbian Ministry of Science to withhold ABS the status of scientific journal and publishers to dismiss the Editorial Board and the Editor-in-Chief.

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Events

Faculty of Medical Science University of Kragujevac, Center for Continuing Medical Education and Serbian Medical Society - Academy of Medical Sciences are organizing professional meeting entitled Evaluation of science and scientists.

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MESTD has published the proposal for categorization of Serbian journals for 2013. The draft is based on opinion of disciplinary scientific boards (DSBs). Appeals to the proposal can be submitted until September 1st, 2013. CEES will exercise this option.

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Journal Bibliometric Report (JBR) for 2013 was published. In accordance with the contract between the Ministry of education, science and technological development, until further the access is provided only to the Ministry and its bodies.

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Journal Bibliometric Report (JBR) for 2012 was published. In accordance with the contract between the Ministry of education, science and technological development, until further the access is provided only to the Ministry and its bodies.

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The results of this action ad hoc research by CEON/CEES disclosed manipulations with citations in the two Bosnian WoS/JCR journals. In this "enterprise", a large group of authors from Serbia is involved in the most direct way.

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Collecting signatures for a petition to the Minister of Education, Science and Technological Development has started. The minister is urged to provide legal and ethical integrity of the system of evaluation of researchers.

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A three-day conference gathered more than hundred visitors. Participants had an opportunity to listen to the three invited lectures and about two dozens of presentations including two seminars/workshops.

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Fifth Belgrade International Open Access Conference began in the National Library of Serbia in Belgrade. The conference is dedicated to the quality of scientific journals published in developing countries and/or countries in transition.

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