The Current State of Research in Southeast Asia
Southeast Asia has doubled its share of the world's research publication output over the last decade. The number of annual international patent applications involving ASEAN-based inventors has tripled from the early 2000s to the early 2010s.
A research team of the EU-funded SEA-EU-NET project carried out a study assessing the research output in ASEAN Member States from 2000 to 2014. The lead author of the study, Alexander Degelsegger, Centre for Social Innovation, Austria will present the key findings and other scientometric indicators on Southeast Asian research and discuss what lessons lie behind
Participation is free of charge. Lunch will be served following the seminar. Please register your attendance here
Supported by: The EU funded SEA-EU-NET 2 project and Thailand’s National Science Technology and Innovation Policy Office