Asia Mironenko

Asia Mironenko
European University at Saint Petersburg · Department of sosiology and political science

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Publications (4)
Article
Recent developments in display technology and computation have strongly increased the operability of virtual reality applications, and both academic and commercial interest in the subject is on the increase. This paper studies publication patterns of VR in medicine and various medical subfields by analysing 9830 documents from 1991 to 2018 to put t...
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The article explores the relationship between rectors' professional backgrounds and the development of the universities governed by them. The basic hypothesis that universities governed by rectors with managerial experience are relatively more successful in their development is tested using a pre-developed classification of rectors' background. Dev...

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Question (1)
Question
Dear colleagues,
does your organization have formal rules regulating short visits of foreign researchers (like for a formal or informal meeting or seminar)?
For example, are there rules that
- oblige you to inform administration officially about such visits if you are the host,
- require the host to file a report on the results of the meeting/seminar,
- restrict the guest's movement around the campus,
- control somehow who contact with foreign researchers.
Thank you very much!

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Project
We analyze the publication trajectories of scientists and focus on the long breaks in them (3+ years). How many scientists have such long breaks? Does the overall performance suffer from the long breaks? At what stage in a career do they usually occur? Do the breaks relate to changes in research topic and the team of co-authors? And finally, is the picture different for men and women scientists?
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While most of the studies of rectors are focused on their demographic characteristics, we are interested in their expertise. What is the rectors' academic background? Is it typical for a rector to be a big scientist? How many of them combine several areas of expertise? And how the rectors' expertise relate to development of the universities?