Thin Film Funding and Research Output of India and China: A Comparative StudyAuthor : Praveen B Hulloli and Kiran P Savanur
Volume 10 No.2 July-December 2020 pp 1-9
The present study analyzes the funded and non-funded Indian and Chinese thin-film research output published from 2001 to 2019. The study reveals the different aspects of thin-film literature in top most five funding agencies in countries like India and China. China contributed the highest research publications with 41,809 records by the support of 30,523 funding agencies papers with 50, 8318 citation contributions. The countries funded papers were 73.01% and Un-Funded Papers were only 32.51%. India has contributed a total number of research publications in the field of a thin film with 16,308 by the support of 8,724 funding agencies papers with 1, 03,577 citation contributions, India has total funded papers of only 45.36% and Un-Funded total Papers of 54.64, India has 857 journals published and 646 journals supported by the funding agency., China has 1138 journals published supported by 995 funding agencies.
Thin Film, China, India, Scientometric, Web of Science (WoS), NSFC, Funding Agency, Document type, and Research Productivity
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