Suze is fascinated about breaking down the building blocks of life into its fundamental components – luckily science has enabled her to turn this destructive curiosity into a career. She has a BSc in Chemistry, a MSc in Analytical Chemistry and a PhD in Materials Chemistry from University College London. A passionate educator, she has also studied for a PGCE in Senior School Science, and an MEd in University Learning and Teaching. After six years lecturing in the Department of Materials at Imperial College London and at the University of Surrey’s Chemical and Process Engineering Department, she joins Digital Science to head up our community engagement. You can find Suze sharing her passion for science through live lectures, on TV (Discovery Channel) and radio, and in print.
All Sessions by Suze Kundu
A Data Driven Approach to Analysing Open Access
The Dimensions database contains over 100 million publications and a wealth of data on funding, open access, and details of research collaborations. Analysis of this data not only gives us an indication of individual trends in these facets of scholarly communications, but also the relationships between them, allowing us to create a snapshot of how initiatives in one area can influence another. This presentation will reflect on some of the work Digital Science have done in analysing relationships in these trends using Dimensions data, from an institutional, national and global perspective.