In quest of accelerating science and innovation

The mission of our company is
to re-invent the scientometrics and the bibliometrics
in order to make the assessment of the science progress less random.

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quantify an individual's scientific research output

Based on PUBMED and iCite data the tool calculates the fractional RCR and citations for given author articles. As an input, it can take a list of PMIDs and/or ORCID id. Additionally, you will be asked to specify all combinations of first, middle, and last/family/surname(s) for a given author. The result is a comprehensive bibliometric analysis of the research output associated with a portfolio.
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Unicorn Papers

Top ‱ cited papers from PUBMED

Unicorn papers are based on an equal contribution (EC) citation model in which the total number of citations
had been divided by the number of the authors
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About us

Solid Scientometrics is a company focused on scientometrics and bibliometrics. The company interests include measuring and analysing science, technology and innovation. Major issues are the measurement of impact, reference sets of articles to investigate the impact of researchers, journals and institutes, understanding of scientific citations, mapping scientific fields and the production of indicators for use in policy and management contexts.

The team

Lukasz P. Kozlowski (Chairman, CEO and Founder)
Dr. Lukasz P. Kozlowski is a scientist with over 10 years of experience in statistics and machine learning. He obtained a PhD (cum laude) in 2013 for developing MetaDisorder (a tool for the prediction of intrinsically unstructured proteins from amino acid sequence only). The MetaDisorder program uses Genetic Algorithms and Artificial Neural Networks, and it had been evaluated during independent tests - CASP8 and CASP9 defeating all competitors (back then it was the best program in the world for solving the problem of protein disorder). The publication describing the program is among the top 1% cited items in WoS. Over the years, he created bioinformatics tools like IPC 2.0, IPC or databases like Proteome-pI.
He (co)-authored many publications in journals such as Nucleic Acid Res., Biology Direct, Mol. Bol. Evol. and Bioinformatics. In past, he worked in Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry (Goettingen, Germany) and International Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology (Warsaw, Poland). Currently, he also works in Institute of Informatics, University of Warsaw.

For more information see his personal site.


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