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Ivan Sterligov

  • Adviser:Vice Rectors' and Directors' Support Unit
  • Ivan Sterligov has been at HSE University since 2008.



Lomonosov Moscow State University

Continuing education / Professional retraining / Internships / Study abroad experience

European Summer School for Scientometrics, University of Vienna, 2014 

Advanced Citation Analysis, CWTS, Leiden University, 2016


as stated in the contract

Courses (2019/2020)

Courses (2018/2019)


Man shall not live by ChatGPT alone

What AI tools do you know? How many of them do you actually use? Everyone has heard about ChatGPT, but there are plenty of other resources out there, and they can do a lot to make the life of an author easier.

Project 5-100 Universities See a Dramatic Increase in Publications in Leading Journals

A team of HSE researchers—Nataliya Matveeva, Ivan Sterligov, and Maria Yudkevich—have analyzed the research activity of universities participating in Russia’s  Academic Excellence Project 5-100. Overall, the quality of publications of these universities has improved. Collectively, participating universities have tripled their number of publications in reputable journals in the past three years, and researchers have begun to collaborate with each other more frequently. The study was published in the Journal of Informetrics.

How to Combine University Values with the H-Index

Experts at HSE University and other universities discussed what constitutes a university virtue and whether it is possible to assess scientific and scholarly accomplishments based solely on quantitative criteria. At the conference ‘University HR Policies: Managing Staff Involvement’, Aleksei Pleshkov, Director of the Poletaev Institute for Theoretical and Historical Studies in the Humanities at HSE University, gave a talk entitled ‘In Search of Academic Ethics: Goodness, Virtues and Happiness’.

CInSt team received the grant of the Russian Science Foundation

The grant funds the project "The structure and paths of science in the post-Soviet space: institutional practices and bibliometric analysis". The aim is to compare the development of science in post-Soviet countries in a dynamic perspective. The results of the project will make possible to assess the current state of research in post-Soviet countries, understand the paths of their development over the past 30 years, and evaluate their success.

Does the government support of leading universities affect not supported ones?

Anna Panova presented a joint research with Maria Yudkevich, Andrey Lovakov, and Ivan Sterligov on CInSt research seminar on 27th February.

CInSt research seminar "Funding acknowledgments in the Web of Science and Scopus databases as an object of science studies: the case of Russia"

Highlights of CInSt research seminar by Ivan Sterligov

CInSt researchers at the main European conference on higher education — CHER 2019

The conference took place at University of Kassel, Germany, and gathered 146 papers by researchers from over 30 countries. CInSt researchers addressed 5 different topics on higher education from bibliometrics to policy implications and economics of education.

Moscow Mathematical Journal Named Most Influential Russian Journal in Mathematics of 2017

The recipients of the annual Web of Science Awards are the most influential scientists, scientific organizations and publications of the year. The Moscow Mathematical Journal has made it into the top quartile in the subject area of mathematics and was announced by jury members to be the most influential Russian scientific journal of 2017.

Scientometrics at HSE

Scientometrics, broadly speaking, is a branch of knowledge concerned with measuring various characteristics of research, especially communication in research. Bibliometrics, as a sub-branch of scientometrics, has become highly accessible to the research and general public, and seemingly brought on a simple way to evaluate research productivity. In order to use bibliometrics reasonably and purposefully HSE created a Scientometrics Centre, which is headed by Ivan Sterligov and focuses on the applied use of scientometrics.

From Google Scholar to RSCI: Why Indexing is Necessary on Personal Pages

The Higher School of Economics is introducing new requirements for staff’s personal pages. Our colleagues who conduct research and teach are now required to list the following identifiers on their pages: ORCID, Researcher ID, Scopus Author ID, SPIN-RSCI code, and Google Scholar. Ivan Sterligov, the head of the analytics department in the HSE Office of Academic Expertise, tells us why this will benefit both the university and the researchers themselves.