6月1日学术讲座：Transformative Interactions in Scientific Workforce
2017年6月1日 上午10:00，由倪超群老师带来的学术讲座“Transformative Interactions in Scientific Workforce”在信管院203会议室举行。
A competitive scientific workforce is essential for the health and well-being of a society. However, U.S. dominance in the global knowledge economy has been challenged in recent years: the U.S. is outspent by China (in terms of R&D funding) and out-produced by the EU (in terms of doctoral graduates and scientific publications).
I argue that, for a country to be scientifically competitive, it must maximize its human intellectual capital-base and support this workforce equitably and efficiently. I propose here a large- scale and heterogeneous analysis of the sociality, equality, and dynamicity of the scientific workforce through novel computational models for understanding and predicting the career trajectory of scientists based on their transformative interactions.
This analysis will be able to isolate factors that contribute to the health and well-being of the scientific workforce, and provide evidence for decision-makings in science policies.