Quantitative measures of research impact
My sole-authored publications include seven books, fifteen articles in peer-reviewed scholarly journals, six chapters in edited volumes, nine papers in conference proceedings, two essays in popular-scientific journals, and three specialized sourcebooks for game design. I’ve presented papers at 20 academic conferences in the US, Poland, Denmark, and Croatia and have given eleven invited lectures, including one conference keynote address. I’ve also served as the lead developer of two Python-based web apps, one Unity-based program, and one dataset for machine learning. I’ve served as a co-author of three peer-reviewed publications.
Nine of my research articles have been published in academic journals on the lists prepared by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education, including including one journal (40 points) on the 2019 MNiWS list and one on list A (30 points; 2017 Impact Factor = 3.566) and six on List B (5, 8, 9, 9, 10, 12, and 14 points) of the pre-2019 lists. Five of my publications are indexed by Scopus and I’ve published two articles in journals indexed by Index Copernicus (with ICVs of 100.00 and 74.41).
Google Scholar’s estimated h-index for my publications is 10 and their i10 index is 11.
Citations in journal articles, books, and other publications
My publications have been cited hundreds of times by other researchers in journal articles, books, dissertations, and other works. For an overview of these citations, please see this Google Scholar page.
Incorporation of publications into course syllabi and program curricula
At least a couple of my publications have been used as readings in university courses. “Utopias and Dystopias as Cybernetic Information Systems: Envisioning the Posthuman Neuropolity” (Creatio Fantastica no. 3(50), 2015) was included as a reading for the course on “Human Computer Interaction” (Psychology 425), Prof. Erik Nilsen, Lewis & Clark College of Arts & Sciences, Spring 2017 semester. The Handbook of Information Security for Advanced Neuroprosthetics (second edition, 2017) has been incorporated as a resource for courses on “Everyday Information Security” (“Tietoturva-arki”) and “Secure Programming” (“Turvallinen ohjelmointi”) at the Tampere University of Technology, Tampere, Finland, with material prepared by Dr. Jukka Koskinen.