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A new version of Annual Bibliometric Monitoring (ABM) 2021 is now available

Published Dec 13, 2021

ABM is part of KTH's ongoing follow-up and quality work, and can provide an overview of the impact of KTH's research. It also provides insight into what kind of research is carried out at KTH, and how the research interacts with the rest of society.

This version of ABM covers the publication years 2014–2020 and contains, among other things, information on publication volume, citation review and co-publication. Compared with previous versions of the ABM, there is now some information about co-publishing organizations and countries, open access information, links to altmetrics results and data from Scopus.

Access the Annual Bibliometric Monotoring 2021  (public version)

You can also go to ABM with KTH login  to access the underlying data. If you log in with your KTH account, you can see your personal page.

Key numbers from ABM.
Key numbers from this year's ABM (2021).

There is also an alternative, personnel-based variant of the ABM, which is available via KTH Author-based ABM . Through this interface, you can see results at department level, but with a different selection than the usual ABM (which is mainly used in KTH's follow-up work).

Network illustration from ABM
You can explore research in KTH Author-based ABM. This can be done in network visualisations, for example.

The purpose of ABM is to facilitate the follow-up and understanding of KTH's research, with higher impact as one of the goals. The results from ABM are also useful in the quality systems at KTH. Data for ABM is mainly collected from DiVA and Bibmet (the KTH bibliometric database). Results are presented at KTH level as well as school, department, division, and individual level.

Read more about Bibliometrics at KTH .

If you have any questions, please contact the Bibliometrics team via e-mail

ABE school is analyzing their result of this year's ABM

Deputy Head of School Mats Wilhelmsson has looked at the ABE school's results.

"When you look at the statistics for citations, we are in a good position, but slightly lower than the average at KTH. One explanation we see is that the school's research is often published in newer journals that are not always included in Web of Science or Scopus. We are for example often published in Sustainability, which has a large societal impact but may not be as academically meritorious. We are good at finding the publications that are important to our subject areas."

Read the full article about ABE school's results