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Contact Matthew Wallace:
AWARDS / EDUCATION
M.A. Social Studies of Science and Technology, Université Louis Pasteur (Strasbourg I), 2006
M.Sc. Physics, University of Ottawa, 2004
B.Sc. (Hons.), Physics, University of Ottawa, 2002
Senior S&T Policy Analyst
Fontaine Building (Gatineau, QC)
CURRENT S&T / RESEARCH - R&D and related scientific activities (RSA) performance measurement; research evaluation and management; reviews of federal and departmental S&T; intellectual property issues; scientific advice on climate change; bibliometrics
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES / INTERESTS
Note: I am away on leave until April 2011, pursuing a doctoral degree at the Centre interuniversitaire de recherche sur la science et la technologie (www.cirst.uqam.ca).
Gingras, Y. and M.L. Wallace. 2009. Why it has become more difficult to predict Nobel Prize winners: A bibliometric analysis of nominees and winners of the Chemistry and Physics Prizes (1901-2007). Scientometrics (in press).
Wallace, M.L., V. Larivière and Y. Gingras. 2009. Modeling a century of citation distributions. Journal of Informetrics. 3 (in press).
Wallace, M.L., Y. Gingras and R. Duhon. 2009. A new approach for detecting scientific specialties from raw cocitation networks. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 60(2): 240-246.
Wallace, M.L. and B. Joós. 2008. Microstructure and dynamics of a polymer glass subjected to instantaneous shear strain. Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter. 20(24): 244130.
Wallace, M.L. and B. Joós. 2006. Shear-induced Overaging in a Polymer Glass. Physical Review Letters. 96: 025501
Wallace, M.L., B. Joós and M. Plischke. 2004. The Rigidity Transition in Polymer Melts with van der Waals Interactions. Physical Review E. 70: 041501.
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