Citations & Impact

Quantitative measures of research impact

My publications include seven books, thirteen articles in peer-reviewed scholarly journals, five 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 four invited lectures, including one conference keynote address.

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).

Ffiteen publications have together been cited 50+ times in scholarly articles, books, and doctoral dissertations. Excluding self-citations, the h-index for my publications is 4, their g-index is 6, and their i10 index is 2.

Citations in journal articles, books, and other publications

A number of my publications have been cited by other researchers in journal articles, books, dissertations, and other works. For example:

  • “Who Will Be the Members of Society 5.0? Towards an Anthropology of Technologically Posthumanized Future Societies” (in Social Sciences 8, no. 5, 2019) has been cited in:
    • Abbasi, Aliano, and Muhammad Mustafa Kamal. “Adopting Industry 4.0 Technologies in Citizens’ Electronic-Engagement Considering Sustainability Development.” In Information Systems: 16th European, Mediterranean, and Middle Eastern Conference, EMCIS 2019: Dubai, United Arab Emirates, December 9-10, 2019: Proceedings, edited by Marinos Themistocleous and Maria Papadaki, pp. 304-13. Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing, vol 381. Cham: Springer, 2020.
    • Berberich, Nicolas, Toyoaki Nishida, and Shoko Suzuki. “Harmonizing Artificial Intelligence for Social Good.” Philosophy & Technology (2020). doi:10.1007/s13347-020-00421-8.
    • Bongomin, Ocident, Aregawi Yemane, Brendah Kembabazi, Clement Malanda, Mwewa Chikonkolo Mwape, Nonsikelelo Sheron Mpofu, and Dan Tigalana. “Industry 4.0 Disruption and Its Neologisms in Major Industrial Sectors: A State of the Art.” Journal of Engineering (2020):1-45.
    • Elsy, Putri. “Elderly care in the society 5.0 and kaigo rishoku in Japanese hyper-ageing society.” Jurnal Studi Komunikaski 4, no. 2 (2020): 435-452.
    • Ferreira, Carlos Miguel, and Sandro Serpa. “Society 5.0.” In Digital Society and Social Dynamics, edited by Sandro Serpa, Carlos Miguel Ferreira, Maria José Sá, and Ana Isabel Santos, pp. 21-23. Cheshire, UK: Services for Science and Education, 2020.
    • Hat, Kinga, and Gernot Stoeglehner. “Spatial Dimension of the Employment Market Exposition to Digitalisation – The Case of Austria.” Sustainability 12(5), article 1852 (2020).
    • Mavrodieva, Aleksandrina V., and Rajib Shaw. “Disaster and Climate Change Issues in Japan’s Society 5.0 – A Discussion.” Sustainability 12, article 1893 (2020).
    • Pater, Liana Rodica, and Sanda Ligia Cristea. “Correlation ‘Sustainability–Functions–Competitiveness’ for Products in Society 5.0.” In Innovation in Sustainable Management and Entrepreneurship: 2019 International Symposium in Management, edited by G. Prostean, J. Lavios Villahoz, L. Brancu L, and G. Bakacsi. Cham: Springer, 2020.
    • Sá, Maria José, Sandro Serpa, Carlos Miguel Ferreira, and Ana Isabel Santos. “Social Media Centrality in Identity (Re)construction in Higher Education.” Journal of Educational and Social Research 20, no. 1 (2020).
    • Santos, Ana Isabel, and Sandro Serpa. “Literacy: Promoting Sustainability in a Digital Society.” PDF logo Journal of Education, Teaching and Social Studies 2, no. 1 (2020). DOI: 10.22158/jetss.v2n1p1.
    • Serpa, Sandro. “Digitalisation of Organisations and COVID-19.” In Digital Society and Social Dynamics, edited by Sandro Serpa, Carlos Miguel Ferreira, Maria José Sá, and Ana Isabel Santos, pp. 59-61. Cheshire, UK: Services for Science and Education, 2020.
    • Serpa, Sandro, and Carlos Miguel Ferreira. “Inequalities in the Digital Society and Sociology.” In Digital Society and Social Dynamics, edited by Sandro Serpa, Carlos Miguel Ferreira, Maria José Sá, and Ana Isabel Santos, pp. 43-47. Cheshire, UK: Services for Science and Education, 2020.
    • Setyawan, Dwi, and Iin Hindun. “Lesson Study in Schools Components Perception: The Challenge of Transforming Teaching and Learning.” Jurnal Pendidikan Progresif 10, no. 2 (2020): 362-373. doi:10.23960/jpp.v10.i2.202019.
    • Tornjanski, Vesna, Snežana Knežević, and Stefan Milojević. “Synergetic Effects of Integrated Collaboration Between Humans and Smart Systems in Banking: An Overview.” In SYMORG 2020: XVII International Symposium – Business and Artificial Intelligence – Symposium Proceedings, edited by Dušan Starčević and Sanja Marinković, pp. 683-92. Belgrade: University of Belgrade, 2020.
    • Fajrie, Nur, T.R. Rohidi, M. Syakir, and I. Syarif. “Modalitas Estetis Penyandang Tunanetra dalam Distingsi Sosial-Budaya di Era Industri” [“Aesthetic Modalities of Persons with Visual Impairments in Socio-Cultural Distinction in the Industrial Age”]. Prosiding Seminar Nasional Pascasarjana UNNES (2019): 601-10.
    • Netesova, Maria. “On the issue of Historiography of the Study of the Phenomenon of Smart Technologies That Affect the Transformation of Society in Modern Conditions.” Journal of Economics and Social Sciences no. 15 (2019).
    • Serpa, Sandro, and Carlos Miguel Ferreira. “Society 5.0 and Sustainability Digital Innovations: A Social Process.” PDF logo Journal of Organizational Culture, Communications and Conflicts 23, no. 1 (2019).

  • “The Social Robot as ‘Charismatic Leader’: A Phenomenology of Human Submission to Nonhuman Power” (in Sociable Robots and the Future of Social Relations: Proceedings of Robo-Philosophy 2014) has been cited in:
    • Chebotareva, Elvira, Ramil Safin, Artur Shafikov, Dinar Masaev, Andrey Shaposhnikov, Ilnaz Shayakhmetov, Evgeni Magid, Nadezhda Zilberman, Yuriy Gerasimov, and Max Talanov. “Emotional Social Robot ‘Emotico’.” In Proceedings: 12th International Conference on the Developments in eSystems Engineering: DeSE 2019, edited by Dhiya Al-Jumeily, Jade Hind, Jamila Mustafina, Assem Al-Hajj, Abir Hussain, Evgeni Magid, and Hissam Tawfik, pp. 247-252. IEEE, 2019. doi: 10.1109/DeSE.2019.00054.
    • Hubner, Sylvia, Tobias Benz, and Claudia Peus. “Chancen und Herausforderungen beim Einsatz von Robotern in Führungsrollen.” PERSONALquarterly 03 (2019): 28-34.
    • Sutrop, Margit. “Should We Trust Artificial Intelligence?” PDF logo Trames: A Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences, 23(73/68), 4 (2019), pp. 499-522.
    • Grove, Wouter. “Knowledge Management Design, Planetary-scale Computation and Emergent Organizational Post-Humanism.” In Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Intellectual Capital, Knowledge Management & Organisational Learning, University of the Western Cape, South Africa, 29-30 November 2018, edited by Shaun Pather, pp. 372-78. Reading, UK: Academic Conferences and Publishing International Limited, 2018.
    • Zilberman, Nadezhda N., and Andrey A. Parkhomenko. “Representations of the Possible Robot Role in the Social Status Above Human (On the Example of the Debate Game Discourse).” Гуманитарная информатика [“Humanitarian Informatics”] no. 12 (2017), pp. 40-49.
    • Parkhmenko, A.A. “Разработка поведенческой модели для робота в статусе выше человека (на примере дискурса игры в дебаты) (“Development of a behavioral model for a robot in a status higher than a person (based on the discourse of the game in debate)).” Master’s thesis. Tomsk State University. 2017.

  • “Novel Forms of ‘Magical’ Human-Computer Interaction Within the Cyber-Physical Smart Workplace: Implications for Usability and User Experience” (International Journal of Research Studies in Management 8, no. 1, 2019) has been cited in:
    • Vatamaniuk, Irina, and Roman Iakovlev. “Personalization of User Interaction with Corporate Information Providing System Based on Analysis of User Preferences.” In 2020 IEEE 10th International Conference on Intelligent Systems (IS), pp. 392-398. IEEE, 2020. doi:10.1109/IS48319.2020.9199955.

  • The Handbook of Information Security for Advanced Neuroprosthetics (first edition, 2015; second edition, 2017) has been cited in:
    • Lebedeva, Albina, Mikhail Mishchenko, Polina Bardina, Anastasiya Fedulina, Andrey Mironov, Zoia Zhuravleva, Svetlana Gerasimova; Alexey Mikhaylo, Alexander Pisarchik, and Victor Kazantsev. “Integration technology for replacing damaged brain areas with artificial neuronal networks.” In 2020 4th Scientific School on Dynamics of Complex Networks and their Application in Intellectual Robotics (DCNAIR), pp. 158-161. IEEE, 2020. doi:10.1109/DCNAIR50402.2020.9216941.
    • Dambrot, Stuart Mason, “Advances in Neuroprosthetics: Past, Present, and Future.” Chapter 6 in Brain–Computer Interfaces Handbook: Technological and Theoretical Advances, edited by Chang S. Nam, Anton Nijholt, and Fabien Lotte. Boca Raton, pp. 113-32, Taylor & Francis Group, CRC Press, 2018.
    • Melnikov, Vitalij. “Neteisėtas Poveikis Elektroniniams Duomenims (Baudžiamojo Kodekso 196 Straipsnis)” (“Illegal Data Interference (Article 196 of the Criminal Code)”). Master’s thesis, Criminal Law and Criminology. Institute of Criminal Law and Procedure, Faculty of Law, Mykolas Romeris University. 2016.

Incorporation of publications into course syllabi and program curricula

At least a couple of my publications have been used as readings in university courses: