Publications

Journal articles, working papers, and other products from the Nanotechnology Research and Innovation Systems Assessment Group at Georgia Tech

Journal Articles, Books, and Book Chapters

2016

  • Youtie, J., Shapira, P. 2016. Exploring public values implications of the I-Corps program. The Journal of Technology Transfer, 1-15. DOI: 10.1007/s10961-016-9518-z
  • Shapira, P., Gök, A., Salehi, F. 2016. Graphene enterprise: mapping innovation and business development in a strategic emerging technology. Journal of Nanoparticle Research 18(9):269, doi: 10.1007/s11051-016-3572-1
  • Aminabhavi, T.M, Ma, J., Porter, A.L., 2016. Nano-enabled Drug Delivery in Cancer Therapy: Literature Analysis Using the MeSH System, Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology. 4(4). http://benthamscience.com/journals/pharmaceutical-nanotechnology/article/144824/
  • Karaulova, M., Gök, A., Shackleton, O., and Shapira, P., 2016. “Science System Path-Dependencies and Their Influences: Nanotechnology Research in Russia,” Scientometrics, 2016, 107, 2, 645-670. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11192-016-1916-3 [Open Access]
  • Kwon, S., Porter, A. and Youtie, J. 2016. “Navigating the innovation trajectories of technology by combining specialization score analyses for publications and patents: graphene and nano-enabled drug delivery.” Scientometrics. 106(3):1057-1071. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11192-015-1826-9
  • Li, Y., Arora, S., Youtie, J. and Shapira, P,. 2016. “Using webmining to explore Triple Helix influences on growth in small and mid-size firms.” Technovation. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.technovation.2016.01.002 [OPEN ACCESS]
  • Suominen, Arho, Li, Yin, Youtie, Jan, Shapira, Philip 2016. A Bibliometric Analysis of the Development of Next Generation Active Nanotechnologies. Journal of Nanoparticle Research. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11051-016-3578-8 [Reader Access]
  • Youtie, J., Porter, A.L. and Huang, Y. 2016. “Early Social Science Research about Big Data.” Science and Public Policy. 44(1), 65-74. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/scipol/scw021

 

2015

  • Arora, Sanjay, Jan Youtie, Yin Li and Philip Shapira. 2015. “Using the Wayback Machine to Mine Websites in the Social Sciences: A Methodological Resource.” Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/asi.23503 [Open Access]
  • Gök, A., Waterworth, A., and Shapira, P., 2015. Use of web mining in studying innovation, Scientometrics. 1, 653-671. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11192-014-1434-0 [Open Access]
  • Guo, Y., Zou, X., Porter, A.L., and Robinson, D.K.R., 2015. Tech Mining to Generate Indicators of Future National Technological Competitiveness:  Nano-enhanced Drug Delivery (NEDD) in the US and China, Technological Forecasting and Social Change 97, 168-180;  http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.techfore.2014.02.026.
  • Huang, Y., Ma, J., Porter, A.L., Kwon, S., and Zhu, D., 2015. Analyzing collaboration networks and developmental patterns of nano-enhanced drug delivery (NEDD) for brain cancer, Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology 6 (Special issue on Nanoinformatics), 1666-1676. http://www.beilstein-journals.org/bjnano/content/6/1/169.
  • Huang, Y., Schuehle, J., Porter, A.L. and Youtie, J., 2015. “A systematic method to create search strategies for emerging technologies based on the Web of Science: illustrated for ‘Big Data’.” Scientometrics. 105(3):2005-2022. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11192-015-1638-y
  • Li, Y., Youtie J. and Shapira P., 2015. “Why do Technology Firms Publish Scientific Papers? The Strategic Use of Science by Small and Midsize Enterprises in Nanotechnology.” The Journal of Technology Transfer. 40(6):1016-1033. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10961-014-9391-6
  • Ma, J., and Porter, A.L., 2015. Analyzing patent topical information to identify technology pathways and potential opportunities, Scientometrics 102 (1), 811-827. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11192-014-1392-6
  • Ma, J., Porter, A.L., Aminabhavi, T. and Zhu, D., 2015. “Nano-enabled drug delivery systems for brain cancer and Alzheimer’s Disease: Research patterns and opportunities.” Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology and Medicine. 11(7):1763-1771. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.nano.2015.06.006
  • Shapira, P., Youtie, J. and Li, Y. 2015. “Social Science Contributions Compared in Synthetic Biology and Nanotechnology.” Journal of Responsible Innovation. 2(1):143-148. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/23299460.2014.1002123 [OPEN ACCESS]
  • Shapira, P., Youtie, J., 2015. The Economic Contributions of Nanotechnology to Green and Sustainable Growth, Working Party on Nanotechnology, Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, DSTI/STP/NANO(2012)14. OECD/NNI International Symposium on Assessing the Economic Impact of Nanotechnology. March 2012. Reprinted with revisions in: V.A. Basiuk, E.V. Basiuk (eds.), Green Processes for Nanotechnology, Springer International Publishing, Switzerland, 2015, pp. 409-434. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-15461-9_15.
  • Tang, Li, Philip Shapira and Jan Youtie. 2015. “Is there a Clubbing Effect Underlying Chinese Research Citation Increases?” Journal of Association for Information Science and Technology. 66, 9, 1923-1932. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doill01002/asi.23302/full [OPEN ACCESS]
  • Wang, Jue and Philip Shapira. 2015. “Is There a Relationship between Research Sponsorship and Publication Impact? An Analysis of Funding Acknowledgements in Nanotechnology Papers.” PLoS ONE. 10(2). http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0117727  [OPEN ACCESS]
  • Wang, X., Qui, P., Zhu, D., Mitkova, L., Lei, M. and Porter, A.L., 2015. “Identification of technology development trends based on subject-action-object analysis: The case of dye-sensitized solar cells.” Technological Forecasting and Social Change. 98:24-46. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.techfore.2015.05.014

 

2014

  • Arora, Sanjay K, Rider W. Foley, Jan Youtie, Philip Shapira and Arnim Wiek. 2014. “Drivers of Technology Adoption – The Case of Nanomaterials in Building Construction.” Technological Forecasting and Social Change. p. 87(7). http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.techfore.2013.12.017
  • Arora, Sanjay K., Jan Youtie, Stephen Carley, Alan L. Porter and Philip Shapira. 2014. “Measuring the Development of a Common Scientific Lexicon in Nanotechnology.” Journal of Nanoparticle Research. 16(1):1-11. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11051-013-2194-0
  • Kay, Luciano, Alan L. Parter, Jan Youtie, Ismael Rafols and Nils Newman. 2014. “Mapping Graphene Science and Development: Focused Research with Multiple Application Areas.” Bulletin of the Association for Information Science and Technology. 41(2):22-25. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/bult.2015.1720410207
  • Kay, Luciano, Jan Youtie and Philip Shapira. 2014. “Signs of Things to Come? What Patent Submissions by Small and Medium-sized Enterprises say about Corporate Strategies in Emerging Technologies.” Technological Forecasting and Social Change. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.techfore.2013.09.006
  • Shapira, Philip, Jan Youtie and Stephen Carley. 2014. “Prototypes of Emerging Metropolitan Nanodistricts in the United States and Europe.” Les Annales d’Economie et de Statistique. doi: http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.15609/annaeconstat2009.115-116.81
  • Tang, Li, Shapira, Philip, and Meng, Yu. 2014. “Developing an innovative materials enterprise in China: A nanotechnology small business case study,” Chinese Management Studies, 2014, 8, 2, 201-207. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/CMS-02-2014-0035
  • Youtie, Jan and Luciano Kay. 2014. “Acquiring Nanotechnology Capabilities: Role of Mergers and Acquisitions.” Technology Analysis & Strategic Management. p. 26(5). doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09537325.2013.872773
  • Zhang, Y., Zhou, X., Porter, A.L., and Gomila, J.M.V., and Yan, A. 2014. Triple Helix Innovation in China’s Dye-Sensitized Solar Cell Industry: Hybrid Methods with Semantic TRIZ and Technology Roadmapping, Scientometrics, 99:1, 55-75. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11192-013-1090-9
  • Zhang, Y., Zhou, X., Porter, A.L., and Vicente Gomila, J., 2014, How to Combine Term Clumping and Technology Roadmapping for Newly Emerging Science & Technology Competitive Intelligence: “Problem & Solution” Pattern based Semantic TRIZ Tool and Case Study, Scientometrics 101 (2), 1375-1389; DOI: http://dx.doi.org//10.1007/s11192-014-1262-2
  • Zhang, Yi, Alan L. Porter, Zhengyin Hu, Ying Guo and Nils Newman. 2014. “‘Term Clumping’ for Technical Intelligence: A Case Study on Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells.” Technology Forecasting & Social Change. 85:26-39. http://dx.doi.org/1 0.1016/j.techfore.201 3.12.019
  • Zhou, X., Porter, A.L., Robinson, D.K.R., Zhang, Y., and Guo, Y., 2014. Nano-enabled drug delivery: Subsystems, Hot Topics and Future Innovation Pathways, Chapter 2 in Islam, N. (ed.), Nanotechnology: Recent Trends, Emerging Issues and Future Directions, Nova Science Publishers, Hauppauge, NY., 25-44. https://www.novapublishers.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=48739
  • Zhou, Xiao, Yi Zhang, Alan L. Porter, Ying Guo and Donghua Zhu., 2014. “Nano-enabled Drug Delivery: A Research Profile.” Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology and Medicine. 10(5):889-896. http://dx.doi.org/l0.1016/j.nano.2014.03.001

 

2013

  • Arora, Sanjay, Alan L. Porter, Jan Youtie and Philip Shapira. 2013. “Capturing Developments in an Emerging Technology: an Updated Search Strategy for Identifying Nanotechnology Research Outputs.” Scientometrics. 95(1):351-370. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11192-012-0903-6
  • Arora, Sanjay, Jan Youtie, Philip Shapira, Lidan Gao and TingTing Ma. 2013. “Entry Strategies in an Emerging Technology: a Pilot Web-based Study of Graphene Firms.” Scientometrics. 95(3):1189-1207. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11192-013-0950-7
  • Gao, L., Porter, A.L., Wang, J., Fang, S., Zhang, X., Ma, T., Wang, W., and Huang, L. 2013. Technology life cycle analysis modeling based on patent documents, Technological Forecasting and Social Change 80 (3), 398-407. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.techfore.2012.10.003
  • Kay, L., Youtie, J., 2013. Corporate Strategies in Emerging Technologies: The Case of Chinese Firms and Energy Storage-Related Nanotechnology Applications in: Konrad, K, Coenen, C., Dijkstra, A., Milburn, C., van Lente, H. (Eds.). 2013. Shaping Emerging Technologies: Governance, Innovation, Discourse. Berlin: IOS Press / AKA, 167-184.
  • Ma, TingTing, Alan L. Porter, Ying Guo, Jud Ready, Chen Xu and Lidan Gao. 2013. “A Technology Opportunities Analysis Model: Applied to Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells for China.”Technology Analysis and Strategic Management. 26(1):87-104. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09537325.2013.850155
  • Meng, Yu, Philip Shapira and Li Tang. 2013. “The Emergence of Science-Driven Entrepreneurship in China: A Case Study of Technological Innovation in Nano-Pigment Inks.” International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management. 17(1/2/3):162-176. http://dx.doi.org/10.1504/IJEIM.2013.055221
  • Nulle, C., Miller, C.A., Porter, A.L., and Gandhi, H.S. 2013. Applications of nanotechnology to the brain and central nervous system, in Hays, S. A., Robert, J.S., Miller, C.A., and Bennett, I. (Eds.), Nanotechnology, the Brain, and the Future (Yearbook of Nanotechnology in Society 3), Springer Science + Business Media, Dordrecht, 21-41.
  • Robinson, Douglas K. R., Lu Huang, Ying Guo and Alan L. Porter. 2013. “Forecasting Innovation Pathways for New Emerging Science and Technologies.” Technological Forecasting and Social Change. 80(2):267-285. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.techfore.2011.06.004
  • Wiek, Arnim, David H. Guston, Sander van der Leeuw, Cynthia Selin and Philip Shapira. 2013. “The Nano-Enhanced City, Sustainability Challenges, and Anticipatory Governance.” Journal of Urban Technology. 20(2):45-62. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10630732.2012.735415
  • Youtie, Jan, Juan D. Rogers, Thomas Heinze, Philip Shapira and Li Tang. 2013. “Career-based influences on scientific recognition in the United States and Europe: Longitudinal Evidence from Curriculum Vitae Data.” Research Policy. 42(8):1341-1355. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.respol.2013.05.002

 

2012

  • Carley, Stephen and Alan L. Porter. 2012. “A Forward Diversity Index.” Scientometrics, 90(2): 407-427. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11192-011-0528-1
  • Guo, Y. Ma, T., and Porter, A.L. 2012. Innovation Risk Path Assessing for a Newly Emerging Science and Technology: Illustrated for Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells, in Disruptive Technologies, Innovation and Global Redesign: Emerging Implications, Ndubuisi Ekekwe and Nazrul Islam (eds), Information Science Reference (IGI Global), Hershey, PA, USA, 12-26.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4018/978-1-4666-0134-5.ch002.
  • Guo, Ying, Chen Xu, Lu Huang and Alan L. Porter. 2012. “Empirically Informing a Technology Delivery System Model for an Emerging Technology: Illustrated for Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells.” R & D Management, 42(2): 133-149. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-9310.2012.00674.x
  • Huang, Lu, Ying Guo, Alan L. Porter, Jan Youtie, Douglas K.R. Robinson. 2012. Visualising potential innovation pathways in a workshop setting: the case of nano-enabled biosensors. Technology Analysis & Strategic Management. 24(5): 527-542. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09537325.2012.674673
  • Kay, Luciano, Nils Newman, Jan Youtie, Alan L. Porter and Ismael Rafols. 2012. “Patent Overlay Mapping: Visualizing Technological Distance.” Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. http://dx.doi.org/ 10.1002/asi.23146
  • Klochikhin, Evgeny A. and Philip Shapira. 2012. “Engineering Small Worlds in a Big Society: Assessing the Early Impacts of Nanotechnology in China.” Review of Policy Research, 29(6): 752-775. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1541-1338.2012.00596.x
  • Pei, R., Youtie, J., and Porter, A.L. 2012, Nano-biomedical Science in China – A Research Field on the Rise, Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, 24 (3), 69-88. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09537325.2012.643563
  • Randles, S., Youtie, J., Guston, D., Harthorn, B., Newfield, C., Shapira, P., Wickson, F., Rip, A., von Schomberg, R., Pidgeon, N., 2012. “A Trans-Atlantic Conversation on Responsible Innovation and Responsible Governance” in Van Lente, H., Coenen, C., Fleischer, T., Konrad, K., Krabbenborg, L., Milburn, C., Thoreau, F. , and Zülsdorf, T. (eds.) Little by Little: Expansions of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies. (Akademische Verlagsgesellschaft: Heidelberg) pp.169-180.
  • Rogers, Juan D., Jan Youtie, Ludiano Kay 2012. Program-level assessment of research centers: Contribution of Nanoscale Science and Engineering Centers to US Nanotechnology National Initiative goals. Research Evaluation. 21(5): 368-380. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/reseval/rvs028
  • Shapira, Philip, Jan Youtie and Sanjay Arora. 2012. “Early Patterns of Commercial Activity in Graphene.” Journal of Nanoparticle Research, 4(4): 811-826, http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11051-012-0811-y. Reprinted in Dirk Meissner, Leonid Gokhberg, Alexander Sokolov (eds.) Science, Technology and Innovation Policy for the Future: Potential and Limits of Foresight Studies, Springer-Verlag (Berlin and Heidelberg), 2013, pp. 161-180. (Print and Online), http://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-642-31827-6.
  • Tang, Li and Philip Shapira. 2012. “Effects of International Collaboration and Knowledge Moderation on Chinas Nanotechnology Research Impacts.” Journal of Technology Management in China, 7(1): 94-110. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/17468771211207376
  • Wang, Jue and Philip Shapira. 2012. “Partnering with Universities: A Good Choice for Nanotechnology Start-up Firm.” Small Business Economics, 38(2): 197-215. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11187-009-9248-9
  • Ye, X., Liu, Y., & Porter, A. L. 2012. International collaborative patterns in China’s nanotechnology publications. International Journal of Technology Management, 59(3/4), 255-272. http://dx.doi.org/10.1504/IJTM.2012.047246
  • Youtie, Jan, Alan Porter, Kevin Boyack, Jose Lobo, Richard Klavans, Ismael Rafols, and Philip Shapira, 2012. “Using Large-scale Databases to Understand the Trajectories of Emerging Technologies” in: Van Lente, H., Coenen, C., Fleischer, T., Konrad, K., Krabbenborg, L., Milburn, C., Thoreau, F. and Zülsdorf, T. (Eds.) Little by Little: Expansions of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies. Heidelberg: IOS Press, Akademische Verlagsgesellschaft, pp. 55-58.
  • Youtie, Jan, Diana Hicks, Philip Shapira and Travis Horsley. 2012. “Pathways from Discovery to Commercialisation: Using Web Sources to Track Small and Medium-Sized Enterprise Strategies in Emerging Nanotechnologies.” Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, 24(10): 981-995. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09537325.2012.724163

 

2011

  • Carley, Stephen and Alan L. Porter. 2011. “Measuring the Influence of Nanotechnology Environmental Health & Safety Research.” Research Evaluation, 20(5): 389-395.
  • Hu, Guangyuan, Stephen Carley and Li Tang. 2011. “Visualizing Nanotechnology Research in Canada: Evidence from Publication Activities, 1990-2009.” Journal of Technology Transfer, 1-13. Published online first at http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10961-011-9238-3
  • Huang, Lu, Zhengchun Peng, Ying Guo and Alan L. Porter. 2011. “Characterizing a Technology Development at the Stage of Early Emerging Applications: Nanomaterial-enhanced Biosensors.” Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, 23(5): 527-544. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09537325.2011.565666
  • Kay, Luciano, and Shapira, P., 2011. “The Potential of Nanotechnology for Equitable Economic Development: The Case of Brazil,” in Yearbook of Nanotechnology in Society, Vol. 2, (S.E. Cozzens and J. Wetmore, eds.). Springer, 2011, pp. 309-329. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-90-481-9615-9_19
  • Meng, Y., and Shapira, P., 2011. “Women and Patenting in Nanotechnology: Scale, Scope and Equity,” in Nanotechnology, Equity, and Equality, Yearbook of Nanotechnology in Society, Vol. 2, (S.E. Cozzens and J. Wetmore, eds.). Springer, 2011, pp. 23-46. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-90-481-9615-9_2.
  • Pei, R. and Alan L. Porter. 2011. “Profiling Leading Scientists in Nano-Biomedical Science: Interdisciplinarity and Potential Leading Indicators of Research Directions.” R&D Management, 41(3): 288-306. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-9310.2011.00643.x
  • Porter, Alan L., Ying Guo and Denise Chiavetta. 2011. “Tech Mining: Text Mining and Visualization Tools, as Applied to Nano-enhanced Solar Cells.” Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Data Mining and Knowledge, 1(2): 172-181. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/widm.7
  • Roco, M.C., Harthorn, B., Guston, D., and Shapira, P. 2011. “Innovative and responsible governance of nanotechnology for societal development,” in Nanotechnology Research Directions for Social Needs in 2020, (M.C. Roco, C.A. Mirkin, and M.C. Hersam, eds.) Volume 1, Science Policy Reports, pp 561-617, Springer. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-007-1168-6_14. Excerpted as Roco, M.C., Harthorn, B., Guston, D., and Shapira, P., “Innovative and responsible governance of nanotechnology for societal development,” Journal of Nanoparticle Research, 2011, 13, 9, 3557-3590. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11051-011-0454-4
  • Shapira, Philip and Jan Youtie. 2011. “Introduction to the Symposium Issue: Nanotechnology Innovation and Policy Current Strategies and Future Trajectories.” Journal of Technology Transfer, 36(6): 581-586. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10961-011-9224-9
  • Shapira, Philip, Jan Youtie and Luciano Kay. 2011. “National Innovation Systems and the Globalization of Nanotechnology Innovation.” Journal of Technology Transfer, 36(6): 604. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10961-011-9212-0.
  • Tang, Li and Philip Shapira. 2011. “China-US Scientific Collaboration in Nanotechnology: Patterns and Dynamics.” Scientometrics, 88(1): 1-16. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11192-011-0376-z
  • Tang, Li and Philip Shapira. 2011. “Regional Development and Interregional Collaboration in the Growth of Nanotechnology Research in China.” Scientometrics, 2011(86): 299-315. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11192-010-0274-9
  • Tang, Li, Stephen Carley, and Alan L. Porter. 2011. “Charting Nano Environmental Health and Safety Research Trajectories: Is China Convergent with the United States.” Journal of Science Policy & Governance, 1(1): 1-16.
  • Wang, Jue and Philip Shapira. 2011. “Funding Acknowledgement Analysis: an Enhanced Tool to Investigate Research Sponsorship Impacts: the Case of Nanotechnology.” Scientometrics, 87(3): 563-586. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11192-011-0362-5
  • Youtie, J., and Shapira, P., 2011. “Metropolitan Development of Nanotechnology: Concentration or Dispersion?” in Nanotechnology, Equity, and Equality, Yearbook of Nanotechnology in Society, Vol. 2, (S.E. Cozzens and J. Wetmore, eds.). Springer, 2011, pp. 165-180. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-90-481-9615-9_10
  • Youtie, Jan, Alan L. Porter, Philip Shapira, Li Tang and Troy Benn. 2011. “The Use of Environmental Health and Safety Research in Nanotechnology Research.” Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 11: 158-166. http://dx.doi.org/10.1166/jnn.2011.3840
  • Youtie, Jan, Philip Shapira, Stephen Carley, Elizabeth A. Corley, Dietram A. Scheufele, 2011. Perceptions and actions: relationships of views on risk with citation actions of nanotechnology scientists Research Evaluation 20(5): 377-388. http://dx.doi.org/10.3152/095820211X13176484436014

 

2010

  • Guo, Ying, Lu Huang and Alan L. Porter. 2010. “The Research Profiling Method Applied to Nano-enhanced, Thin-film Solar Cells.” R &D Management, 40(2): 195-208. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-9310.2010.00600.x
  • Huang, Lu, Ying Guo and Alan L. Porter. 2010. “Identifying the Emerging Roles of Nanoparticles in Biosensors.” Journal of Business Chemistry, 7(1): 15-30. http://www.businesschemistry.org/downloads/articles/Issue01-2010_110.pdf
  • Porter, A.L., and Huang, L. 2010. Tech Mining and Forecasting of Innovation Pathways, as applied to Nano-enhanced Biosensors, Progress in Competitive Technical Intelligence, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 131-150.
  • Porter, Alan L. 2010. Bibliometrics. Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Society, ed. David H. Guston. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
  • Porter, A.L., and Rafols, I. 2010, Nano Research Patterns, in D. Guston (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Society, Sage, Thousand Oaks, CA.  24 Aug. 2011. <http://sage-ereference.com/view/nanoscience/n76.xml>.
  • Rafols, Ismael, Alan L. Porter and Loet Leydesdorff. 2010. “Science Overlay Maps: A New Tool for Research Policy and Library Management.” Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 61(9): 1871-1887. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/asi.21368
  • Rogers, Juan D. 2010. Research and Innovation Assessment. Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Society, ed. David H. Guston. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
  • Rogers, Juan D. 2010. “Citation Analysis of Nanotechnology at the Field Level: Implications of R and D Evaluation.” Research Evaluation, 19(4): 281-290. http://dx.doi.org/10.3152/095820210X12827366906409
  • Shapira, P., and Youtie, J., 2010. “United States”, in Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Society, edited by D. Guston, SAGE Reference, 2010.
  • Shapira, P., Subramanian, V., and Youtie, J., 2010. “Active nanostructures,” in Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Society, edited by D. Guston, SAGE Reference, 2010.
  • Shapira, P., Youtie, J., and Carley, S., 2010. “Nanodistricts,” in Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Society, edited by D. Guston, SAGE Reference, 2010.
  • Shapira, P., Youtie, J., and Porter, A.L., 2010. “The Emergence of Social Science Research in Nanotechnology,” Scientometrics, 2010, 85, 2, 595-611, http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11192-010-0204-x
  • Shapira, Philip and Jue Wang. 2010. “Follow the Money. What was the Impact of the Nanotechnology Funding Boom of the Past Ten Years.” Nature, 468(7324): 627-628. http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/468627a
  • Subramanian, Vrishali, Jan Youtie, Alan L. Porter and Philip Shapira. 2010. “Is There a Shift to Active Nanostructures?” Journal of Nanoparticle Research, 12(1): 1-10. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11051-009-9729-4 [OPEN ACCESS]
  • Tang, L., Porter, A. L. 2010. “Data-Mining.” Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Society. SAGE Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA. 24 Aug. 2011. https://uk.sagepub.com/en-gb/eur/encyclopedia-of-nanoscience-and-society/book233289
  • Tang, L., Wang, J., and Shapira, P., 2010. “China,” in Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Society, edited by D. Guston, SAGE Reference, 2010, pp. 86-90.
  • Tang, Li and John P. Walsh. 2010. “Bibliometric Fingerprints: Name Disambiguation Based on Approximate Structure Equivalence of Cognitive Maps.”Scientometrics, 84(3): 763-784. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11192-010-0196-6

2009

  • Fernandez-Ribas, Andrea and Philip Shapira. 2009. “Technological Diversity, Scientific Excellence and the Location of Inventive Activities Abroad: The Case of Nanotechnology.” Journal of Technology Transfer, 34(3): 286-303. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10961-008-9090-2
  • Heinze, Thomas, Philip Shapira, Juan D. Rogers and Jacqueline M. Senker. 2009. “Organizational and Institutional Influences on Creativity in Scientific Research.” Research Policy, 38(4): 610-623.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.respol.2009.01.014
  • Kay, Luciano and Philip Shapira. 2009. “Developing Nanotechnology in Latin America.” Journal of Nanoparticle Research, 11(2): 259-278. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11051-008-9503-z [Open Access]
  • Porter, Alan L. and Ismael Rafols. 2009. “Is Science Becoming more Interdisciplinary? Measuring and Mapping Six Research Fields over Time.” Scientometrics, 81(3): 719-745. http://www.akademiai.com/doi/pdf/10.1007/s11192-008-2197-2
  • Porter, Alan L. and Jan Youtie. 2009. “How Interdisciplinary is Nanotechnology.” Journal of Nanoparticle Research, 11: 1023-1041. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11051-009-9607-0
  • Porter, Alan L. and Jan Youtie. 2009. “Where does Nanotechnology belong in the Map of Science?” Nature Nanotechnology, 4: 534-536. http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nnano.2009.207
  • Shapira, Philip and Jue Wang. 2009. “From Lab to Market? Strategies and Issues in the Commercialization of Nanotechnology in China.” Journal of Asian Business Management, 8(4): 461-489. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.respol.2009.01.014

 

2008

  • Porter, Alan L., Jan Youtie, Philip Shapira and David J. Schoeneck. 2008. “Refining Search Terms for Nanotechnology.” Journal of Nanoparticle Research, 10: 715-728. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11051-007-9266-y
  • Shapira, P., and Youtie, J. 2008. “Emergence of Nanodistricts in the United States: Path Dependency or New Opportunities?” Economic Development Quarterly, 22,3, 187-199. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0891242408320968
  • Youtie, Jan and Philip Shapira. 2008. “Mapping the Nanotechnology Enterprise: A Multi-indicator Analysis of Emerging Nanodisticts in the U.S. South.” Journal of Technology Transfer, 33: 209-223. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10961-007-9076-5
  • Youtie, Jan, Maurizio Iacopetta and Stuart Graham. 2008. “Assessing the Nature of Nanotechnology: Can We Uncover an Emerging General Purpose Technology.” Journal of Technology Transfer, 33: 315-329. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10961-007-9030-6
  • Youtie, Jan, Philip Shapira and Alan L. Porter. 2008. “Nanotechnology Publications and Citations by Leading Countries and Blocs.” Journal of Nanoparticle Research, 10(6): 981-986. http://dx/doi.org/10.1007/s11051-008-9360-9

 

2007

  • Alencar, Maria Simone de M., Adelaide Maria de Souza Antunes and Alan L. Porter. 2007. “Patents on Nano and the Life Cycle & Value Chain Analysis of Related Products.” China Intellectual Property, 865-866.
  • Alencar, Maria Simone de M., Alan L. Porter and Adelaide Maria de Souza Antunes. 2007. “Nanopatenting Patterns in Relation to Product Life Cycle.” Technological Forecasting & Social Change, 74(9): 1661-1680. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.techfore.2007.04.002
  • Heinze, T., Shapira, P., Senker, J., and Kuhlmann, S., 2007. “Identifying Creative Research Accomplishments: Methodology and Results for Nanotechnology and Human Genetics,” Scientometrics 70, 1, 125-152. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11192-007-0108-6

Internet

  1. Youtie, Jan and Philip Shapira. June, 2007. “US Nanodistrict Development: 1990-2006.” Post on YouTube. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tpBxLGcFjug

Reports

  1. Youtie, Jan, Porter, Alan L., Shapira, Philip, Newman, Nils, 2016. Lessons from Ten Years of Nanotechnology Bibliometric Analysis.
  2. Shapira, Philip., Jan Youtie. 2012. The Economic Contributions of Nanotechnology to Green and Sustainable Growth, Working Party on Nanotechnology, Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, DSTI/STP/NANO(2012)14.. March 2012.
  3. Porter, Alan L., Jan Youtie and Philip Shapira. 2006. Briefing Paper: Refining Search Terms for Nanotechnology. CNS-ASU Report #R06-0003. Center for Nanotechnology in Society, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.
  4. Southern Growth Policies Board and the Georgia Tech Program in Science, Technology and Innovation Policy,Connecting the Dots: Creating a Southern Nanotechnology Network. Southern Growth Policies Board, Research Triangle Park Park, NC: April 2006. [Press Release | DOC]
  5. Shapira, Philip and Jue Wang (2007). R&D policy in the United States: The Promotion of Nanotechnology R&D. Paper prepared for the “Policy Mix Project”, European Union (November).
  6. Nanotechnology R&D Profiles. Country Profiles: India – Publications, India – Patents, 2007. University Profiles: Carnegie Mellon University, 2007.

Working Papers

  1. Fernandez-Ribas, Andrea and Philip Shapira. 2008. “Technological Diversity, Scientific Excellence, and the Location of Inventive Activities Abroad: The Case of Nanotechnology.” Working Paper. Working Paper Series, Number 541, Manchester Business School, Manchester, UK.
  2. Guo, Ying, Lu Huang and Alan L. Porter. 2009. “Profiling Research Patterns for a New and Emerging Science and Technology: Dye-sensitized Solar Cells.” Working Paper. Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy, October 2-3, 2009.
  3. Huang, Lu, Alan L. Porter and Ying Guo. 2009. “Identifying Emerging Nanoparticle Roles in Biosensors.” Working Paper.
  4. Meng, Yu and Philip Shapira. 2008. “Women in Patenting: Does Nanotechnology Make a Difference.” Working Paper. Program in Science, Technology and Innovation Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA.
  5. Meng, Yu, Philip Shapira and Li Tang. 2010. “A Case Study of Nano-pigment Innovation in China: Probing the Co-evolution of Nanotechnology and the Innovation System.” Working Paper. Nanomaterial Innovation Case Study, Chemical Heritage Foundation.
  6. Robinson, Douglas K. R., Lu Huang, Ying Guo and Alan L. Porter. 2010. “Towards a Systematic Framework for Anticipating and Evaluating Emerging S and T: Forecasting Innovation Pathways in Nanobiosensors and Deep Brain Interface Devices.” Working Paper.
  7. Rogers, Juan D. 2008. “Research Centers as a Policy Tool in the U.S. National Nanotechnology Initiative: An Assessment of their Role in the U.S. System of Innovation.” Working Paper. Program in Science, Technology and Innovation Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA.
  8. Shapira, Philip and Jan Youtie. 2012. “The Economic Contributions of Nanotechnology to Green and Sustainable Growth.” Working Paper. Prepared for the International Symposium on Assessing the Economic Impact of Nanotechnology, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development and the U.S. National Nanotechnology InitiativeWashington, DC.
  9. Shapira, Philip, Jan Youtie and Alan L. Porter. 2009. “The Emergence of Social Science Research in Nanotechnology.” Working Paper. Science, Technology and Innovation Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA.
  10. Shapira, Philip, Jan Youtie and Luciano Kay. 2010. “National Innovation System Dynamics in the Globalization of Nanotechnology Innovation.” Working Paper.
  11. Shapira, Philip, Jan Youtie and Luciano Kay. 2010. “Corporate Entry into Nanotechnology through Patents and Publications: 1990 to 200.” Working Paper. Georgia Tech Program in Science, Technology and Innovation Policy. White Paper.
  12. Shapira, Philip and Jue Wang. 2008. “Case Study: Nanotechnology in the USA.” Working Paper. The Policy Mix Project, UNU-MERIT, University of Maastricht and the United Nations University, the Netherlands.
  13. Subramanian, Vrishali, Jan Youtie, Alan L. Porter and Philip Shapira. 2009. “Is There a Shift to Active Nanostructures?” Working Paper. Science, Technology and Innovation Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA.
  14. Tang, Li and Philip Shapira. 2007. “Networks of Research Collaboration in China: Evidence from Nanotechnology Publication Activities, 1990-2006.” Working Paper. Program on Nanotechnology Research and Innovations Assessment, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA.
  15. Tang, Li, Philip Shapira and Yu Meng. 2010. “A Spin-in Model of Nanomaterials Innovation in China.” Working Paper. Nanomaterial Innovation Case Study, Chemical Heritage Foundation.
  16. Ying, Gao, Alan H. Porter and Lu Huang. 2009. “Nanotechnology-Enhanced Thin-Film Solar Cells: Analysis of Global Research Activities with Future Prospects.” Working Paper. 2009 IAMOT Conference.
  17. Youtie, Jan, Philip Shapira and Juan D. Rogers. 2009. “Blind Matching Versus Matchmaking: Comparison Group Selection for Highly Creative Researchers.” Working Paper. Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy Atlanta, GA.

Theses/Dissertations

  1. Wang, Jue. 2007. Resource Spillover from Academia to High Tech Industry: Evidence from New Nanotechnology-Based Firms in the U.S. Doctoral Dissertation. School of Public Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA. [Link]
  2. Tang, Li. 2010. U.S.-China Scientific Collaboration and the Role of Knowledge Moderation in Nanotechnology Development. Doctoral Dissertation. School of Public Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA. [Link]
  3. Kay, L. 2011. How do prizes induce innovation? Doctoral Dissertation. School of Public Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA. [Link]
  4. Horsley, T. 2012. Utilization of Longitudinal Web Data to Measure Novel Change and External Actors in the US Green Goods Industry. School of Public Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA.
  5. Bhaskarabhatla, A. 2006. Spatial Analysis of Nanotechnology Enterprises in the US: Structure and Location. MSPP Thesis.
  6. Finney, S. 2007. Multinational Comparative Analysis of Nanotechnology Research: 1990 to 2005 Knowledge Flow Assessment. Undergraduate Thesis. Public Policy and Economics. Georgia Tech. Atlanta, Georgia.

Search and Mapping Tools and Thesauri

  1. Carley, S. (September, 2009). GeoMap Tool Macro for VantagePoint and Google Earth, updated November 2011.
  2. Carley, S. (October, 2009). Citation Counter Macro for Vantage Point and Web of Science.
  3. Kay, L. (January, 2009). Pajek Network, Vector, and Partition Macros for VantagePoint.
  4. Kay, L. (January, 2009). Catenate Macro for VantagePoint.
  5. Kay, L. (November, 2009). Random selection Macro for VantagePoint.
  6. Kay, L. (November, 2009). Macro for estimating number of internal and external collaborators for VantagePoint.
  7. Kay, L. (July, 2009). Thesauri for patent record classification based on kind codes, patent authorities, publication dates, and publication number for VantagePoint and Patstat.
  8. Kay, L. (March, 2009). Thesauri for global affiliation name clean up and organizational type classification.
  9. Tang, L. and Walsh J. (2009, May). Name disambiguation algorithm.
  10. Tang, L. (January, 2009). Chinese affiliation thesaurus for Vantage Point.
  11. Tang, L. (January, 2009). Chinese researchers thesaurus for Vantage Point.
  12. Wang, J. (January, 2010). Funding agency thesaurus for Vantage Point and Web of Science.
  13. Carley, S. (January, 2010). Citation Extractor Macro for Vantage Point and Web of Science.
  14. Carley, S. (April, 2011). Macro to create a thesaurus.
  15. Kay, L. (April, 2011). Thesaurus to classify kind codes in patents.
  16. Carley, S. (April, 2011). Create subfield macro to extract affiliation names from messy affiliation fields.
  17. Carley, S. (September, 2011). Master book for self-citation removal.
  18. Kay, L. (December, 2011). Vantage Point to Gephi macros.
  19. Carley, Stephen (May, 2012). ID Self Citations. This script identifies true self-citations among a given list of citing articles. It can be contrasted with the self-citation algorithm employed by the Web of Science and has been used for data analysis in published research.
  20. O’Brien, JJ. and Carley, S. (October 2012). Term clumping macros.
  21. Carley, S. (November, 2012). Chemical compound thesaurus.
  22. Carley, S. (February, 2013). Acronym eliminator.
  23. Carley, Stephen (March, 2013). Iterative List Cleanup. This script cleans a given VantagePoint list iteratively until it cannot be cleaned anymore.
  24. Carley, Stephen (March, 2013). Matrix to Columns. This macro converts a given VantagePoint matrix into column format and exports results to Microsoft Excel.

Press

  1. Porter, Alan L. and Jan Youtie. September, 2009. Where Does Nanotechnology Belong in the Map of Science.Nature Nanotechnology, 4: 534-536. http://www.nature.com/nnano/journal/v4/n9/full/nnano.2009.207.html

a)     September 7, 2009 – Georgia Tech Research News. http://gtresearchnews.gatech.edu/mapping-nanotechnology/

b)    September 7, 2009 – EurekAlert. http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2009-09/giot-act090409.php

c)     September 7, 2009 – AZoNano. http://www.azonano.com/news.asp?newsID=13504

d)    September 7, 2009 – ScienceDaily. http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/09/090907141912.htm

e)     September 7, 2009 – e! Science News.http://esciencenews.com/articles/2009/09/07/analysis.confirms.nano.related.research.has.strong.multidisciplinary.roots

f)     September 7, 2009 – R&D. http://www.rdmag.com/News/Feeds/2009/09/life-sciences-analysis-confirms-that-nano-related-research-has-s/

g)    September 7, 2009 – Physorg. http://www.physorg.com/news171521941.html

h)     September 7, 2009 – NewsGuide. http://newsguide.us/index.php?path=/education/science/Analysis-confirms-that-nano-related-research-has-strong-multidisciplinary-roots/&date=2009-09-07

i)      September 7, 2009 – First Science. http://www.firstscience.com/home/news/breaking-news-all-topics/analysis-confirms-that-nano-related-research-has-strong-multidisciplinary-roots_70063.html

j)      September 9, 2009 – Flinn Foundation. http://foundation.flinn.org/bio-briefs/1843

k)     September 9, 2009 – newswise. http://www.newswise.com/articles/nano-research-has-strong-multidisciplinary-roots

l)      September 9, 2009 – innovations report. http://www.innovations-report.com/html/reports/studies/analysis_confirms_nano_related_research_strong_139335.html

m)   October 23, 2009 – Nanotechnology Today. http://nanotechnologytoday.blogspot.com/2009/10/analysis-confirms-that-nano-related.html

 

    1. Shapira, Phillip and Jue Wang. December 11, 2010. Nanotechnology Research: Study Finds Web of International Collaboration in $8.6 Billion Worldwide Research Activity. Georgia Tech Research News.http://gtresearchnews.gatech.edu/nanotech-international-collaboration/

a)     December 9, 2010 – Physorg. http://www.physorg.com/news/2010-12-web-international-collaboration-boosts-worldwide.html

b)    December 9, 2010 – Science Blog. http://scienceblog.com/40957/web-of-international-collaboration-boosts-worldwide-nanotechnology-research/

c)     December 11, 2010 – Nanotechnology Now. http://www.nanotech-now.com/news.cgi?story_id=41109

d)    December 11, 2010 – Infogreen Global. http://infogreenglobal.com/international-collaboration-boosts-nanotechnology-research/

e)     December 12, 2010 – Nano Techwire. http://nanotechwire.com/news.asp?nid=11255

f)     December 12, 2010 – Interesting Tech. http://interesting.rk.net.nz/?p=9906

g)    December 16, 2010 – Scientific Computing. http://www.scientificcomputing.com/PrinterFriendly.aspx?id=35816&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.scientificcomputing.com%2Fnews-study-finds-international-collaboration-in-nanotec-121710.aspx

h)     January 5, 2011 – Arizona State University News. http://asunews.asu.edu/20110105_nanotech_research

i)      January 6, 2011 – Nanowerk. http://www.nanowerk.com/news/newsid=19599.php

j)      January 6, 2011 – AzoNano. http://www.azonano.com/news.asp?NewsID=21122

 

    1. Youtie, Jan and Phillip Shapira. October 13, 2010. Beyond the Nobel Prize, what’s next for graphene? Arizona State University News. http://asunews.asu.edu/20101012_cnsgraphenestudy

a)     October 12, 2010 – EurekAlert. http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2010-10/asu-btn101210.php

b)    October 12, 2010 – Softpedia. http://news.softpedia.com/news/Conducting-Graphene-Studies-Beyond-the-Nobel-160689.shtml

c)     October 13, 2010 – Scientific Computing. http://www.scientificcomputing.com/news-DS-Beyond-the-Nobel-Prize-Whats-Next-for-Graphene-101810.aspx#

d)    October 13, 2010 – Nanotechnology Now. http://www.nanotech-now.com/news.cgi?story_id=40392

e)     October 13, 2010 – Product Sourcing. http://www.jihsin.com/manufacturers/information-technology/beyond-the-nobel-prize-whats-next-for-graphene.html

f)     October 13, 2010 – Electronic Component News. http://www.ecnmag.com/News/2010/10/Beyond-the-Nobel-Prize,-what-s-next-for-graphene-/

g)    October 13, 2010 – ChemInsider. http://www.chem.info/News/Feeds/2010/10/topics-plant-operations-beyond-the-nobel-prize-whats-next-for-graphene-/

h)     October 13, 2010 – Bio-Medicine. http://www.bio-medicine.org/biology-technology-1/Beyond-the-Nobel-Prize–whats-next-for-graphene-3F-17600-1/

i)      October 13, 2010 – Physorg. http://www.physorg.com/news/2010-10-nobel-prize-big-graphene.html

j)      October 13, 2010 – Nanowerk. http://www.nanowerk.com/news/newsid=18468.php

k)     October 13, 2010 – R&D. http://www.rdmag.com/News/2010/10/Materials-Nanotechnology-Beyond-the-Nobel-Prize-whats-next-for-graphene/

l)      October 18, 2010 – Georgia Tech News. http://ww.gatech.edu/newsroom/release.html?nid=62364

 

    1. Youtie, Jan and Philip Shapira. May 19, 2011. Miracle Material: Two-dimensional graphene may lead to faster electronics, stronger spacecraft and much more. National Science Foundation.http://www.nsf.gov/discoveries/disc_summ.jsp?cntn_id=119493&WT.mc_id=USNSF_1

a)       May 19, 2011 – Nanotechnology Now. http://www.nanotech-now.com/news.cgi?story_id=42492

b)       May 19, 2011 – NanoTechwire. http://nanotechwire.com/news.asp?nid=12081

c)       May 19, 2011 – Nanowerk. http://www.nanowerk.com/news/newsid=21413.php

    1. Kay, Luciano, Nils Newman, Jan Youtie, Alan L. Porter and Ismael Rafols. 2013. “Patent Overlay Mapping: Visualizing Technological Distance.” Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology.

a)        September 2, 2013 –  Technology Review. http://www.technologyreview.com/view/518991/global-patent-map-reveals-the-structure-of-technological-progress/

b)       January 14, 2014 – Phys.org.  http://phys.org/news/2014-01-patent-pathways.html

c)       January 21, 2014 – Space Travel. http://www.space-travel.com/reports/New_patent_mapping_system_helps_find_innovation_pathways_999.html

d)      January 15, 2014 – Futurity. http://www.futurity.org/patent-maps-reveal-hot-topics-technology/

e)      January 14, 2014 – Science Daily. http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/01/140114145428.htm?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+sciencedaily+%28Latest+Science+News+–+ScienceDaily%29

f)      January 16, 2014 – NSF Science 360.  http://news.science360.gov/archives/20140116

g)     February, 2014 – Wired UK.

Presentations

  1. Arora, Sanjay. October, 2013. “Social media and innovation ecosystems:Conversations as indicators of engagement and knowledge sharing.” Presentation. American Evaluation Association Annual Conference, Washington, D.C.
  2. Arora, Sanjay. September, 2013. “Social media and innovation ecosystems: Issues of firm participation.” Presentation. Global Tech Mining Conference, Atlanta, GA.
  3. Arora, Sanjay. May, 2012. “Website Indicators for the Strategic Management of Emerging Technologies.” Poster Session. International Conference on Innovative Methods for Innovation Management and Policy”, Beijing, China.
  4. Arora, Sanjay. May, 2012. “Website Indicators for the Strategic Management of Emerging Technologies.” Poster Session. International Conference on Innovative Methods for Innovation Management and Policy, Beijing, China.
  5. Arora, Sanjay, et al. February, 2012. “Commercialization of New and Emerging Technologies: A Cross Country Comparison of Graphene Firms.” Poster Session. Georgia Tech Research and Innovation Conference, Atlanta, GA.
  6. Arora, Sanjay, Alan L. Porter, Jan Youtie and Philip Shapira. 2012. “Capturing New Developments in an Emerging Technology: An Updated Search Strategy for Identifying Nanotechnology Research Output.” Presentation. Global Tech Mining Conference, Montreal.
  7. Arora, Sanjay, Rider W. Foley, P. Shapiro and Arnim Wiek. November, 2011. “Nanotechnology in Building Construction – an Industry Study of Innovation.” Poster Presentation. Third Annual Conference of the Society for the Study of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies, Tempe, AZ.
  8. Cacciatore, Michael A., Dietram A. Scheufele, Elizabeth A. Corley, Philip Shapira and Jan Youtie. April, 2012. “Practicing what they Preach? Comparing the Self-Reported Attitudes of Nanoscientists with their EHS Publication Records.” Paper Presentation. 12th International Public Communication of Science and Technology Conference, Florence, Italy.
  9. Cacciatore, Michael A., Dietram A. Scheufele, Elizabeth A. Corley, Philip Shapira and Jan Youtie. December, 2011. “Do Leading U.S. Nanoscientists Practice what they Preach? Using Publication Records as a Predictor of Scientists’ Attitutudes toward the Regulation and Communication of Nanoscience.” Paper Presentation. Annual Convention of the Society for Risk Analysis, Charleston, SC.
  10. Carley, Stephen. November 16, 2012. “Valuing Government Collaborator Inovolvement in University-Industry Partnerships.” Doctoral Research on Nanotechnology Triple Helix C. Workshop on Original Policy Research, Georgia Institute of Technology School of Public Policy, Atlanta, GA.
  11. Carley, Stephen. October 19, 2007. “”Nano Research Profiling on Demand” on nanotechnology datamining techniques and applications.” Poster Presentation. Atlanta Conference on Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy, Atlanta, GA.
  12. Carley, Stephen and Alan L. Porter. November 05, 2011. “A New Measure of Knowledge Diffusion.” Session. Measuring Research Interdisciplinarity and Knowledge Diffusion, American Evaluation Association.
  13. Carley, Stephen, Alan L. Porter and Li Tang. November, 2011. “Testing for Nano EHS Convergence at the State Level.” Poster Presentation. Third Annual Conference of the Society for the Study of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies, Tempe, AZ.
  14. Corley, Elizabeth A. and Jan Youtie. 2009. “Learning to Manage Multi-institutional Multidisciplinary Research Centers: A Case Study the LIFE Center.” Paper Presentation. 10th Public Management Research Association Conference.
  15. Fernandez-Ribas, Andrea and Philip Shapira. October, 2009. “The Globalization of Innovation in Nanotechnology: Some Empirical Evidence for US, Japanese, and European Firms.” Presentation. 2009 Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy, Atlanta, GA.
  16. Fernandez-Ribas, Andrea and Philip Shapira. May, 2008. “Technological Diversity, Scientific Excellence and the Location of Inventive Activities Abroad: The Case of Nanotechnology.” Presentation. National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) Nanobank Conference, Boston, MA.
  17. Gao, L., Alan L. Porter, Tingting Ma, Wenping Wang, Stephen Carley and X. Zhang. 2011. “Measuring the Interdisciplinarity of Nano-Biosensor Research based on Citation Analysis.” Presentation. Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy 2011, Atlanta, GA.
  18. Guo, Ying, Alan L. Porter and Lu Huang. May, 2011. “Empirically Informing a Technology Delivery System Model for an Emerging Technology: Illustrated for Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells.” Presentation. 4th International Seville Conference on “Future-Oriented Technology Analysis”.
  19. Guo, Ying, Alan L. Porter and Lu Huang. October, 2009. “Comparing and Probing National Research Strategies for Nanotechnology Thin-film Solar Cells.” Presentation. 2009 Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy, Atlanta, GA.
  20. Guo, Ying, Alan L. Porter and Lu Huang. April 09, 2009. “Nano-enhanced Thin-film Solar Cells: Global Activity and Forecast.” Paper presentation. IAMOT 2009, 18th International Conference on Management of Technology, Management of Green Technology, International Association for Management of Technology, Orlando, FL.
  21. Guo, Ying, Lu Huang and Alan L. Porter. October, 2009. “Profiling Research Patterns for a New and Emerging Science and Technology: Dye-sensitized Solar Cells.” Presentation. 2009 Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy, Atlanta, GA.
  22. Guo, Ying, Lu Huang, L. Zhang, D. Zhu and Alan L. Porter. 2011. “Up-to-down Science & Technology Planning: a New Approach Based on Patent Data and Technology Roadmapping.” Presentation. Global TechMining Conference, Atlanta, GA.
  23. Huang, Lu, Alan L. Porter and Ying Guo. April 06, 2009. “Identifying the Role of Emerging Nanoparticles in Biosensors.” Paper presentation. IAMOT 2009, 18th International Conference on Management of Technology, Management of Green Technology, International Association of Management of Technology, Orlando, FL.
  24. Huang, Lu, Ying Guo and Alan L. Porter. October, 2009. “A Systematic Technology Forecasting Approach for New and Emerging Science and Technology: Case Study of Nano-enhanced Biosensors.” Presentation. 2009 Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy. The Paper won the Best Graduate Student Paper Award at the 2009 Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy, Atlanta, GA.
  25. Huang, Lu, Ying Guo, D. Zhu, Alan L. Porter, Jan Youtie and Douglas K.R. Robinson. 2011. “Organizing a Multidisciplinary Workshop for Forecasting Innovation Pathways: The Case of Nano-Enabled Biosensors.” Presentation. Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy 2011, Atlanta, GA.
  26. Huang, Lu, Ying Guo, Jan Youtie and Alan L. Porter. “Early Commercialization Pattern Profiling: Nano-Enhanced Biosensors.” Presentation. PICMET (Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering and Technology, Vancouver, Canada.
  27. Huang, Lu, Ying Guo, Tingting Ma and Alan L. Porter. May, 2011. “Text Mining of Information Resources to Inform Forecasting of Innovation Pathways.” Presentation. 4th International Seville Conference on “Future-Oriented Technology Analysis”.
  28. Kay, Luciano. November 05, 2011. “Aggregate Patterns of Linkage of Nanotechnology Centers with Industry: Program Outcomes.” Session. Evaluation of a Nano Science and Technology Centers Program: Mixed Methods Approach to Assessing its Realization of Policy Objectives, American Evaluation Association.
  29. Kay, Luciano. October, 2009. “The Emergence of Nanotechnology Enterprise in Brazil.” Presentation. 2nd Manchester International Workshop on Nanotechnology, Society and Policy, Manchester, UK.
  30. Kay, Luciano. October, 2009. “Nanotecnologia en America Latina. Brasil y la Emergencia de Nano-empresas.” Presentation. VI Seminario Internacional Nanotecnologia, Sociedade e Meio Ambiente – VI Seminanosoma, Manaus, Brazil.
  31. Kay, Luciano. May, 2009. “Developing Nanotechnology in Latin America.” Poster presentation. NSF Site Visit for CNS Renewal, Tempe, AZ.
  32. Kay, Luciano. May, 2009. “Nanotechnology R and D Collaboration with Brazil. Managing Challenges and Opportunities in an Emerging Networked Technology.” Presentation. Workshop of International R and D Cooperation with Latin America, Madrid, Spain.
  33. Kay, Luciano. January, 2009. “Nanotechnology Research Networks in Brazil.” Poster presentation. CNS All Hands Meeting, Tempe, AZ.
  34. Kay, Luciano. January, 2008. “Nanotechnology in Latin America.” Paper presentation. DRUID-DIME Academy Winter 2008 Ph.D. Conference on Economics and Management of Innovation and Organizational Change, Rebild, Denmark.
  35. Kay, Luciano and Jan Youtie. October, 2012. “Emerging Technologies and Corporate Strategies: The Case of Nanotechnology for Energy Storage Solutions.” Presentation. Society for the Study of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies (S.NET), University of Twente, the Netherlands.
  36. Kay, Luciano, Noela Invernizzi and Philip Shapira. October, 2009. “The Role of Brazilian Firms in Nanotechnology Development.” Presentation. 2009 Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy, Atlanta, GA.
  37. Klochikhin, Evgeny A. and Philip Shapira. October, 2012. “Giants in Small Worlds? Innovation and Nanotechnology Development in China and Russia.” Presentation. Society for the Study of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies (S.NET), the Netherlands.
  38. Ma, Tingting, Alan L. Porter, J. Ready, Chen Xu, L. Gao, Wenping Wang, et al. May, 2011. “A Technology Opportunities Analysis Model: Applied to Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells for China.” Presentation. 4th International Seville Conference on “Future-Oriented Technology”.
  39. Meng, Yu. April, 2009. “Female Involvement in Nanotechnology Patenting: Does it make a Difference.” Presentation. Workshop on Original Policy Research, School of Public Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA.
  40. Newman, Nils, Ismael Rafols, Jan Youtie, Alan L. Porter and Luciano Kay. November, 2011. “Patent Overlay Mapping: Visualizing Technological Distance.” Panel Presentation. Nanotechnology, Innovation, and Commercialization: Learning about a Technology Cycle through Patent Data, Patent Statistics for Decision Makers 2011.
  41. Pei, R., Alan L. Porter and P. Gao. December, 2010. “Profiling a Decade of Chinese Nano-Biomedical Science Research.” Presentation. IEEE International Engineering and Engineering Management (IEEM), China.
  42. Porter, Alan L. December, 2010. “Profiling and Knowledge Tracking.” Presentation. Chinese Academy of Sciences Library, Beijing.
  43. Porter, Alan L. November, 2009. “Assessing Nanotechnology: Research Metrics and Maps.” Presentation. American Evaluation Association Annual Conference, Orlando, FL.
  44. Porter, Alan L. August, 2009. “Locating Nanotechnology among the Disciplines, Nano @ Tech.”
  45. Porter, Alan L. November 30, 2007. “Trends in Data Treatment in the United States.” Keynote presentation. International Conference on Competitive Intelligence, Carlos III University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain.
  46. Porter, Alan L. October, 2007. “Public Lecture.” Institute for S&T Information, Beijing, China.
  47. Porter, Alan L. November 15, 2006. “Mining Patents and Research Publications to Improve Technology Management: Nano Illustrations.” Presentation. 2nd PATINEX Conference, Seoul, South Korea.
  48. Porter, Alan L., David J. Schoeneck, Ajay S. Bhaskarabhatla, Jan Youtie and Dirk Libaers. May, 2006. “Explorations in Research and Innovation Systems Assessment: Where Is Nano Going.” Presentation. The Atlanta Conference on Science and Technology Policy 2006 US-EU Policies for Research and Innovation, Atlanta, GA.
  49. Porter, Alan L., David J. Schoeneck, Nils Newman, Philip Shapira, Jan Youtie and Rich Kolar. September, 2006. “Nano R&D Profiles: A Deeper Look.” Presentation. International Conference on Science & Technology Indicators, Leuven, Belgium.
  50. Porter, Alan L., David J. Schoeneck, Philip Shapira, Jan Youtie and Rich Kolar. September, 2006. “Defining the Nanotechnology Domain in Realtime Technology Assessment.” Presentation. Presented at 2006 Technology Transfer Society Conference, Atlanta, GA.
  51. Porter, Alan L. and Ismael Rafols. 2009. “Measuring and Mapping Interdisciplinary in Six Research Fields Over Time (1975-2005).” Presentation. ISSI Conference, Rio de Janeiro.
  52. Porter, Alan L. and Ismael Rafols. September, 2008. “Science Overlay Maps: Easy-to-use Tools to Help Visualize and Track Bodies of Research, A Deeper Look at the Visualization of Scientific Discovery in the Federal Context.” Presentation. Workshop at the National Science Foundation, Arlington, VA.
  53. Porter, Alan L., Jan Youtie, Philip Shapira, David J. Schoeneck, Li Tang and Pratik Mehta. April, 2007. “Profiling Nano R&D.” Presentation. Presented at Nano-Giga Challenges, Phoenix, AZ.
  54. Porter, Alan L. and Jayesh Patil. March, 2007. “Where Is Nano Going?” Presentation. Nano-Giga Challenges, Phoenix, AZ.
  55. Porter, Alan L. and Lu Huang. December, 2010. “Tech Mining and Forecasting of Innovation Pathways, as Applied to Nano-enhanced Biosensors.” Presentation. International Conference on Technological Innovation and Competitive Technical Intelligence, Beijing.
  56. Porter, Alan L., Martin Meyer and Ismael Rafols. May, 2008. “The Cognitive Geography of Nanotechnologies: Location and Knowledge Flows of Nano-Research in the Map of Science.” Presentation. Presentation at the NBER Conference on Emerging Industries: Nanotechnology and NanoIndicators, Cambridge, MA.
  57. Porter, Alan L., Nils Newman and Jan Youtie. October, 2009. “Tech Mining, VantagePoint, and Science Overlay Mapping.” Presentation. Pre-conference Workshop of 2009 Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy, Atlanta, GA.
  58. Porter, Alan L., Philip Shapira and Jan Youtie. October, 2008. “Nano Social Science: An Emerging Specialization.” Presentation. Nanotechnology and Society: Emerging Opportunities & Challenges Networks, Risk and Knowledge Sharing, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA.
  59. Porter, Alan L., Philip Shapira and Jan Youtie. September, 2006. “Defining the Nanotechnology Domain in a Real Time Technology Assessment.” Presentation. Technology Transfer Society Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA.
  60. Porter, Alan L. and Stephen Carley. November, 2010. “Three Generation Research Knowledge Tracking: Publication and Citation Analyses.” Demonstration Workshop. American Evaluation Association Conference, San Antonio, TX.
  61. Porter, Alan L., Tingting Ma and Ying Gao. November, 2011. “Tracking Emergence of Nanotechnology Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells (DSSCs).” Panel Presentation. Nanotechnology, Innovation, and Commercialization: Learning about a Technology Cycle through Patent Data, Patent Statistics for Decision Makers 2011.
  62. Porter, Alan L., Tingting Ma and Ying Guo. November, 2011. “Patents+ in Newly Emerging Science and Technology: Tracking Emergence of Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells.” Presentation. Patent Statistics for Decision Makers, Alexandria, VA.
  63. Porter, Alan L., Tingting Ma and Ying Guo. June, 2011. “Multiple Perspective Research Profiling: Illustrated for Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells.” Proceedings. International Council for Scientific and Technical Information 2011 Summer Conference.
  64. Porter, Alan L., Ying Guo and Lu Huang. October 12, 2010. “Integrating Patent Analysis with R and D and Business Analyses to Forecast Innovation Prospects: Nano-Enhanced Solar Cells.” Presentation. Patent Information Users Group PIUG 2010 Northeast Conference, New Brunswick, NJ.
  65. Porter, Alan L., Ying Guo, Lu Huang and Douglas K. R. Robinson. November, 2011. “Forecasting Innovation Pathways: The Case of Nano-enhanced Solar Cells.” Presentation. Third Annual Conference of the Society for the Study of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies, Tempe, AZ.
  66. Porter, Alan L., Ying Guo, Lu Huang and Douglas K. R. Robinson. December, 2010. “Forecasting Innovation Pathways: The Case of Nano-enhanced Solar Cells.” Paper Presentation. International Conference on Technological Innovation and Competitive Technical Intelligence, Beijing.
  67. Rafols, Ismael and Alan L. Porter. October, 2009. “Interdisciplinary in Nanoscience: What is the Nano Field and how does it Share its Knowledg.” Presentation. 2nd Manchester International Workshop on Nanotechnology, Society and Policy, Manchester, UK.
  68. Rafols, Ismael, Alan L. Porter, Jan Youtie and Li Tang. September, 2008. “Nanotechnology as a Multi-polar Science.” Presentation. Manchester International Workshop on Nanotechnology, Society and Policy, Manchester, UK.
  69. Rafols, Ismael, Alan L. Porter and Loet Leydesdorff. October, 2009. “Science Overlay Maps: A New Tool for Research Evaluation.” Presentation. 2009 Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy, Atlanta, GA.
  70. Rafols, Ismael, Alan L. Porter and Loet Leydesdorff. 2009. “The Use of Global Maps of Science in Management and Policy Contexts.” Presentation. Accepted. ENID Indicators Conference 2010.
  71. Rafols, Ismael, Alan L. Porter and Martin Meyer. September, 2009. “A Model of Interdisciplinarity in Nanotechnology: How Local Knowledge Integration Links a Globally Fragmented Field.” Presentation. SNET Conference.
  72. Rafols, Ismael, Martin Meyer, Jung-Hwan Park and Alan L. Porter. August, 2008. “The Cognitive Geography of Nanotechnologies: Location and Knowledge Flows of Nano-Research in the Map of Science.” Presentation. Presented at Society for Social Studies of Science (4S), Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
  73. Randles, Sally and Jan Youtie. November, 2011. “Responsible Innovation and Responsible Governance.” Roundtable Presentation. Third Annual Conference of the Society for the Study of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies, Tempe, AZ.
  74. Rogers, Juan D. November 05, 2011. “Program Level Assessment of Outcomes and Impacts of Research Performance of Centers.” Session. Evaluation of a Nano Science and Technology Centers Program: Mixed Methods Approach to Assessing Its Realization of Policy Objectives, American Evaluation Association.
  75. Rogers, Juan D. December, 2010. “Publication Patterns and Collaborative Work at NSECs.” Presentation. 2010 NSF Nanoscale Science and Engineering Grantees Conference, Arlington, VA.
  76. Rogers, Juan D. October, 2009. “Nanotechnology Research Centers: What Value do they add? What Values do they Operate on.” Presentation. 2nd Manchester International Workshop on Nanotechnology, Society and Policy, Manchester, UK.
  77. Rogers, Juan D., Jan Youtie and Luciano Kay. November, 2011. “Commercialization Patterns of Nanoscale Science and Engineering Centers: The Cafe of Polymer v. Clean-Room based Technology.” Presentation. Third Annual Conference of the Society for the Study of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies, Tempe, AZ.
  78. Philip Shapira and Jan Youtie, Interpreting trajectories of nanotechnology research and innovation (and, is there a “nanotechnology paradox?”) CNS-UCSB, Santa Barbara, CA, December 7, 2012
  79. Shapira, Philip. November 21, 2012. “Nanotechnology: Trajectories and Policies, Challenges in Science, Technology and Innovation Policy.” Presentation. Executive Program, University of Manchester, United Kingdom.
  80. Philip Shapira, “The Future of Nanotechnology: History, Status, and Prospects,” OECD-HSE International Conference, Foresight for Innovative Responses to Grand Challenges, Moscow, Russia, October 19, 2012.
  81. Luciano Kay and Jan Youtie, Emerging technologies and corporate strategies: The case of nanotechnology for energy storage solutions, Society for the Study of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies (S.NET), University of Twente, the Netherlands, October 22-25, 2012.
  82. Evgeny A. Klochikhin and Philip Shapira, Giants in small worlds? Innovation and nanotechnology development in China and Russia. Society for the Study of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies (S.NET), University of Twente, the Netherlands, October 22-25, 2012.
  83. Jan Youtie and Luciano Kay, Acquiring Nanotechnology Capabilities: Role of Mergers and Acquisitions in the Nanotechnology Ecosystem, Society for the Study of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies (S.NET), University of Twente, the Netherlands, October 22-25, 2012.
  84. Shapira, P. The economic contributions of nanotechnology to green and sustainable growth,” OECD/NNI International Symposium on Assessing the Economic Impact of Nanotechnology, Washington, DC, USA, March 27, 2012. Symposium jointly organized by the OECD and the US National Nanotechnology Initiative and hosted by the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
  85. Shapira, Philip. October 14, 2011. “The Emergence of Distributed Technology Assessment in the USA, Research Workshop: Foresight and Science, Technology and Innovation Policies: Best Practices.” Panel. Policy Instruments for Science, Technology and Innovation (Evaluation of Science and Technology Policies). National Research University – Higher School of Economics, Moscow.
  86. Shapira, Philip. March 29, 2011. “Trajectories of Nanotechnology Research and Innovation.” Presentation. Grenoble Ecole de Management’s Winter School on Emerging Nanotechnologies, Autrans, France.
  87. Shapira, Philip. December, 2010. “Trajectories of Nanotechnology Research and Innovation.” Presentation. 2010 NSF Nanoscale Science and Engineering Grantees Conference, Arlington, VA.
  88. Shapira, Philip. October 01, 2010. “Innovation System Dynamics and the Globalization of Nanotechnology Innovation.” Presentation. S.NET Conference 2010, Darmstadt, Germany.
  89. Shapira, Philip. March, 2010. “Nanotechnology Innovation and Commercialization.” Panel. Innovative and Responsible Governance to Address Grand Challenges of Human Development, Workshop on the Long-term Impacts and Future Opportunities for Nanoscale Science and Engineering (NANO2), Chicago, IL.
  90. Shapira, Philip. June, 2009. “Anticipating Nanotechnology: Applying Real-Time Technology Assessment to Develop Strategic Insights for Nanotechnology Research and Innovation.” Seminar. Centre for Self Organising Molecular Systems (SOMS), University of Leeds, UK.
  91. Shapira, Philip. May, 2009. “From Lab to Market: Pathways of Research Commercialization in Nanotechnology Firms in China.” Presentation. Colloquium on Nanotechnology Innovation and Commercialization in China, Manchester, UK.
  92. Shapira, Philip. April, 2009. “State Models for Supporting Emerging Nanotechnology.” Presentation. Workshop on Regional, State and Local Initiatives in Nanotechnology, National Nanotechnology Initiative, Oklahoma City, OK.
  93. Shapira, Philip. March, 2009. “Anticipating Nanotechnology: Real-Time Technology Assessment of Research and Innovation Systems.” Presentation. School of Management and Economics, Knowledge Management and Data Analysis Laboratory, Beijing Institute of Technology, Beijing, China.
  94. Shapira, Philip. March, 2009. “Anticipating Nanotechnology: Real-Time Technology Assessment and the Center for Nanotechnology in Society.” Presentation. Institute for Future Technology (IFTECH), Tokyo, Japan.
  95. Shapira, Philip. March, 2009. “Emergence of Distributed Technology Assessment in the USA: From OTA to the Center for Nanotechnology in Society.” Presentation. International Workshop on Innovation and Institutionalization of TA in Japan, I2TA, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan.
  96. Shapira, Philip. June 20, 2007. “Nanotechnology in Society: Research and Innovation Systems Program Assessment.” Presentation. Beijing Institute of Economic Management, Chinese Academy of Science, June 19, 2007; and at Institute of Policy and Management, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China.
  97. Shapira, Philip. February, 2007. “Societal Assessment of Nanotechnology U.S. Experience.” Presentation. Symposium on Nanotechnology by the Ministry of Research, Science and Technology at the Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology (AMN-3) 2007 Conference, Wellington, New Zealand.
  98. Shapira, Philip and Alan L. Porter. March 23, 2009. “Nanotechnology: Will it Drive a New Innovation Economy for the US.” Presentation. Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington, DC.
  99. Shapira, Philip and Alan L. Porter. September, 2005. “Mapping the Nanotechnology Enterprise.” Presentation. American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.
  100. Shapira, Philip, Alan L. Porter and Jan Youtie. August, 2006. “Refining Search Terms for Nanotechnology.” Presentation. Presented at the National Science Foundation, Arlington, VA.
  101. Shapira, Philip, Alan L. Porter, Jan Youtie and Li Tang. September, 2008. “Nanotechnology Questions, Methods, Metrics and Results: CNS.” Presentation. Manchester International Workshop on Nanotechnology, Society and Policy, Manchester, UK.
  102. Shapira, Philip and David H. Guston. March, 2007. “Societal Assessment of Nanotechnology US Experience.” Presentation. Ministry of Research, Science and Technology, Wellington, New Zealand.
  103. Shapira, Philip and Jan Youtie. January, 2011. “RTTA 1 – Research Program Assessment.” Presentation. Center for Nanotechnology in Society at ASU, Tempe, AZ.
  104. Shapira, Philip and Jan Youtie. March, 2010. “Transatlantic Workshop on Nanotechnology Innovation and Policy.” Presentation. Transatlantic Workshop on Nanotechnology Innovation and Policy, Atlanta, GA.
  105. Shapira, Philip and Jan Youtie. May, 2008. “What’s New about Emerging Metropolitan Nanodistricts in the United States and Europe? Characteristics of Research and Commercialization.” Presentation. The NBER Conference on Emerging Industries: Nanotechnology and NanoIndicators, Cambridge, MA.
  106. Shapira, Philip, Jan Youtie and Alan L. Porter. November 11, 2011. “Trajectories of Global Nanotechnology Commercialization.” Presentation. IGERT Seminar, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA.
  107. Shapira, Philip, Jan Youtie and Luciano Kay. October, 2009. “Global Developments in Nanotechnology Commercialization.” Presentation. 2nd Manchester International Workshop on Nanotechnology, Society and Policy, Manchester, UK.
  108. Shapira, Philip, Jan Youtie and Sanjay Arora. November, 2011. “Probing Early Patterns of Commercialization in Graphene.” Presentation. Third Annual Conference of the Society for the Study of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies, Tempe, AZ.
  109. Shapira, Philip and Jue Wang. April, 2008. “From Lab to Market: Strategies and Issues in the Commercialization of Nanotechnology in China.” Presentation. Panel on Cultures Meet Technology: New Approaches to Innovation and Economic Development in Asia and the West, Association for Asian Studies, 2008 Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.
  110. Tang, Li. April, 2008. “Networks of Research Collaboration in China: Evidence from Nanotechnology Publication Activities, 1990-2006.” Presentation. Invited Presentation at the University of Maastricht, The Netherlands, Maastricht, the Netherlands.
  111. Tang, Li. February, 2008. “Nanotechnology Knowledge Networks in China.” Presentation. PRIME Nanotechnology Winter School, Grenoble, France.
  112. Tang, Li. October, 2007. “Networks of Research Collaboration in China: Evidence from Nanotechnology Publication Activities, 1990-2006.” Presentation. Atlanta Science and Technology Policy Conference, Atlanta, GA.
  113. Tang, Li. October, 2007. “New Argonauts & Scientific Networks: Evidence from Chinas Nanotech Publication.” Presentation. Atlanta Science and Technology Policy Conference, Atlanta, GA.
  114. Wang, Jue. February, 2008. “From Lab to Market: Strategies and Issues in the Commercialization of Nanotechnology in China.” Presentation. Presentation at the National Academy of Sciences, Student Forum on Science and Technology Policy, Washington, DC.
  115. Wang, Jue. September, 2007. “From Lab to Market: Strategies and Issues in the Commercialization of Nanotechnology in China.” Presentation. National Academy of Science, Conference on the Dragon and the Elephant: Understand the Development of Innovation Capacity in China and India, Washington, DC.
  116. Wang, Jue. September, 2006. “Resource Spillover from Academia to High Tech Industry: Evidence from Nanotech Start-up Enterprises.” Presentation. 2006 Technology Transfer Society Conference, Atlanta, GA.
  117. Wang, Wenping. November 05, 2011. “Analyzing the Effect of Interdisciplinary Research on Patent Evaluation: Case Studies in NBS and DSSCs.” Session. Measuring Research Interdisciplinarity and Knowledge Diffusion, American Evaluation Association.
  118. Youtie, Jan and Philip Shapira, Emerging Nanotechnologies: Scaling and Scoping Environmental, Health, and Safety Applications, Seminar, Center for the Environmental Implications of NanoTechnology, Duke University, September 13, 2012
  119. Youtie, Jan, Philip Shapira, Juan Rogers, Thomas Heinze, Highly Creative Researchers’ Careers in Context, SciSIP Principal Investigators Conference,  September 20 and 21, 2012, The National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC
  120. Youtie, Jan, Philip Shapira, Luciano Kay, Global Innovation in Nanotechnology: Visualization and Modeling. NSF Nanoscale Science and Engineering Grantees Conference, December 7, 2011.
  121. Youtie, Jan. November 05, 2011. “Societal Dimensions of the Nano Science and Technology Center Program.” Session. Evaluation of a Nano Science and Technology Centers Program: Mixed Methods Approach to Assessing its Realization of Policy Objectives, American Evaluation Association.
  122. Youtie, Jan. December 03, 2010. “Anticipating Developments in Nanotechnology Commercialization: The Potential Economic Impacts of Nanoelectronics.” Presentation. Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas and the Semiconductor Industry, Austin, TX.
  123. Youtie, Jan. October 26, 2010. “Silos or Systems in Emerging Science Domains.” Presentation. Nano@Tech, Atlanta, GA.
  124. Youtie, Jan. October 23, 2010. “Silos or Systems in Emerging Science Domains.” Presentation. National Organization of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers, Atlanta, GA.
  125. Youtie, Jan. October 02, 2010. “Silos or Systems in Emerging Science Domains.” Keynote. S.NET Conference 2010, Darmstadt, Germany.
  126. Youtie, Jan. December, 2009. “Anticipating Developments in Nanotechnology Commercialization.” Presentation. 2009 NSF Nanoscale Science and Engineering Grantees Conference December 7-9, 2009, Arlington, VA.
  127. Youtie, Jan. August, 2009. “Understanding and Stimulating Highly Creative Research: Measurement and Analysis – U.S. and Europe.” Special Session. Developing a Social Science of Science and Innovation Policy, American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
  128. Youtie, Jan. August, 2009. “Center for Nanotechnology in Society.” Presentation. Georgia Tech President, Dr. G.P. (Bud) Peterson, Atlanta, GA.
  129. Youtie, Jan. January, 2009. “Center for Nanotechnology in Society.” Presentation. Biotechnology and Public Forum, Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA.
  130. Youtie, Jan. November, 2007. “Nanotechnology Workshop: Definitions, Directions, Debate.” Presentation. National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers, Atlanta, GA.
  131. Youtie, Jan. October, 2007. “Nanodistricts in the United States: Metropolitan Trajectories and Clustering.” Presentation. Atlanta Conference on Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy, Atlanta, GA.
  132. Youtie, Jan. October, 2006. “Nano Research Enterprise Assessment.” Presentation. Workshop on Next Generation Metrics, SRI, Arlington, VA.
  133. Youtie, Jan. September, 2006. “Searching for Nanotechnology: Explorations in Research and Innovation Systems.” Presentation. Technology Transfer Society Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.
  134. Youtie, Jan and Alan L. Porter. November, 2011. “Using Large-scale Datasets to Understand the Trajectories.” Roundtable Organizers. Society for the study of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies 2011 Conference, Tempe, AZ.
  135. Youtie, Jan and Alan L. Porter. October, 2009. “Conducting Research on Emerging Innovation Systems through Bibliometric Analysis.” Presentation. S.NET Conference 2009, Pre-conference CNS-ASU Workshop, Seattle, WA.
  136. Youtie, Jan and Alan L. Porter. October, 2009. “Datamining Researcher Recognition of Nanotechnology Risk.” Presentation. 2nd Manchester International Workshop on Nanotechnology, Society and Policy, Manchester, UK.
  137. Youtie, Jan, Alan L. Porter, Kevin Boyack and Jose Lobo. November, 2011. “Using Large-Scale Datasets to Understand the Trajectories of Emerging Technologies.” Roundtable Presentation. Third Annual Conference of the Society for the Study of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies, Tempe, AZ.
  138. Youtie, Jan and Luciano Kay. October, 2012. “Acquiring Nanotechnology Capabilities: Role of Mergers and Acquisitions in the Nanotechnology Ecosystem.” Presentation. Society for the Study of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies (S.NET), the Netherlands.
  139. Youtie, Jan, Maurizio Iacopetta and Stuart Graham. September, 2006. “Long Views of Nanotechnology: Is it a General Purpose Technolog.” Presentation. Technology Transfer Society Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA.
  140. Youtie, Jan and Philip Shapira. September 13, 2012. “Emerging Nanotechnologies: Scaling and Scoping Environmental, Health, and Safety Applications.” Presentation. Seminar, Center for the Environmental Implications of NanoTechnology, Duke University.
  141. Youtie, Jan, Philip Shapira and Juan D. Rogers. October, 2009. “Blind Matching Versus Matchmaking: Comparison Group Selection for Highly Creative Researchers.” Presentation. 2009 Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy, Atlanta, GA.
  142. Youtie, Jan, Philip Shapira, Juan D. Rogers and Thomas Heinze. September, 2012. “Highly Creative Researchers Careers in Context.” Presentation. SciSIP Principal Investigators Conference, The National Academy of Sciences, Wasington, DC.
  143. Youtie, Jan, Philip Shapira and Luciano Kay. December 07, 2011. “Global Innovation in Nanotechnology: Visualization and Modeling.” Presentation. NSF Nanoscale Science and Engineering Grantees Conference, Washington, DC.
  144. Youtie, Jan, Philip Shapira and Luciano Kay. November, 2011. “U.S. Nanotechnology Firms from Discovery to Commercialization.” Panel Presentation. Nanotechnology, Innovation, and Commercialization: Learning about a Technology Cycle through Patent Data, Patent Statistics for Decision Makers 2011.
  145. Youtie, Jan, Philip Shapira and Luciano Kay. September, 2011. “Nanotechnology Firms from Discovery to Commercialization.” Presentation. Technology Transfer Society Conference, Augsburg, Germany.
  146. Youtie, Jan, Philip Shapira and Luciano Kay. July, 2011. “Anticipating Developments in Nanotechnology Commercialization.” Presentation. Workshop on Nanotechnologies: Economic and Societal Perspectives, Karlsruhe, Germany.
  147. Youtie, Jan, Philip Shapira, Sanjay Arora, Ying Guo, Lu Huang, Douglas K. R. Robinson, et al. November, 2011. “Anticipating Future Commercial Applications of Nanotechnology.” Session. Third Annual Conference of the Society for the Study of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies, Tempe, AZ.
  148. Youtie, Jan, Philip Shapira, Thomas Heinze and Juan D. Rogers. October, 2009. “Highly Creative Research: How it is defined and Organized.” Presentation. 2009 Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy, Atlanta, GA.
  149. Youtie, Jan, Stephen Carley, Philip Shapira, Elizabeth A. Corley and Dietram A. Scheufele. September, 2011. “Perceptions and Actions: Examining the Relationship between Views on Risk and Citation Actions of Nanotechnology Scientists.” Presentation. Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy, Atlanta, GA.
  150. Youtie, Jan, Philip Shapira. February 2013. “Time to Reassess the Promise of Nanotechnology” Presentation. New Tools for Science Policy. Washington DC.
  151. Youtie, Jan. March 2013. Graphene research and innovation: Business strategies and innovation policy issues. Manchester Institute for Innovation Research. Manchester, UK.