Quantitative measures of research impact
My publications include five books, nine articles in peer-reviewed scholarly journals, three chapters in edited volumes, six papers in conference proceedings, two essays in popular-scientific journals, and two 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.
Seven of my research articles have been published in academic journals on the lists prepared by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education (“czasopisma punktowane”), including one journal on List A (30 points; 2017 Impact Factor = 3.566) and five on List B (8, 9, 9, 10, 12, and 14 points). 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).
Twelve of my publications have been cited a total of 30+ times in journal articles, books, dissertations, theses, and other publications. Excluding self-citations, the h-index for my publications is 3, their g-index is 5, and their i10-index is 1.
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:
- “Leveraging the Cross-Cultural Capacities of Artificial Agents as Leaders of Human Virtual Teams” (in Proceedings of the 10th European Conference on Management Leadership and Governance, 2014) has been cited in:
- Haley, Roderick A. “Traits and Management Strategies Attributed to the Success of Virtual-team Leaders.” Doctoral dissertation, College of Management and Technology, Walden University. August 2018.
- Großer, Birgit, and Ulrike Baumöl. “Virtual teamwork in the context of technological and cultural transformation.” International Journal of Information Systems and Project Management 5, no. 4 (2017), pp. 21-35.
- Großer, Birgit, and Ulrike Baumöl. “Why virtual teams work – State of the art.” Procedia Computer Science 121 (2017) 297-305.
- Graham, Christian, and Nory B. Jones. “Intelligent Virtual Assistant’s Impact on Technical Proficiency within Virtual Teams.” International Journal of Virtual and Personal Learning Environments 6, no. 1 (January-June 2016): 41-61. DOI: 10.4018/IJVPLE.2016010104.
- Maude, Barry. Managing Cross-Cultural Communication: Principles and Practice. Second edition. London: Palgrave, 2016.
- Yu, Tian. “Communication in Global Entrepreneurial Virtual Teams: A Systematic Literature Review.” Master’s thesis, MSc Program in Entrepreneurship, Department of Management Studies, Aalto University School of Business. May 12, 2015.
- “Managerial Robotics: A Model of Sociality and Autonomy for Robots Managing Human Beings and Machines” (International Journal of Contemporary Management 13, no. 3, 2014) has been cited in:
- Murashov, Vladimir, Frank Hearl, and John Howard. “Working Safely with Robot Workers: Recommendations for the New Workplace.” Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene 13, no. 3 (2016): D61–D71. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15459624.2015.1116700.
- Murashov, Vladimir, Frank Hearl, and John Howard. “A Robot May Not Injure a Worker: Working Safely with Robots.” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. NIOSH Science Blog, November 20, 2015. https://blogs.cdc.gov/niosh-science-blog/2015/11/20/working-with-robots/.
- “Managing the Ethical Dimensions of Brain-Computer Interfaces in eHealth: An SDLC-based Approach” (in the 9th Annual EuroMed Academy of Business (EMAB) Conference: Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Digital Ecosystems (EUROMED 2016) Book of Proceedings) has been cited in:
- Olaronke, Iroju, Rhoda Ikono, Ishaya Gambo, Oluwaseun Ojerinde, and Janet Olaleke. “Prospects and Problems of Brain Computer Interface in Healthcare.” Current Journal of Applied Science and Technology vol. 29, no. 6 (2018), pp. 1-17.
- “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:
- 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.
- From Strategic Analysis to Organizational Foresight: 65 Techniques for Diagnosing Present Realities and Potential Futures (2017) has been cited in:
- Heinonen, Sirkka, Juho Ruotsalainen, and Joni Karjalainen. Transformational Energy Futures 2050: Neo-Carbon Energy Societal Scenarios. Turku: Finland Futures Research Centre, 2017.
- “The Diffuse Intelligent Other: An Ontology of Nonlocalizable Robots as Moral and Legal Actors” (in Social Robots: Boundaries, Potential, Challenges, 2016) has been cited in:
- Gunkel, David J. “Other Things: AI, Robots, and Society.” In A Networked Self and Human Augmentics, Artificial Intelligence, Sentience, edited by Zizi Papacharissi, pp. 51-68. New York: Routledge, 2018.
- Gunkel, David J. “Mind the gap: responsible robotics and the problem of responsibility.” Ethics and Information Technology: 1-14. First online July 19, 2017. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10676-017-9428-2
- Laukyte, Migle. “Legal Personhood and Autonomous Weapons.” In Autonomy in Future Military and Security Technologies: Implications for Law, Peace, and Conflict, edited by Milton J. Meza-Rivas, pp. 45-54. Lancaster: Richardson Institute, Lancaster University, 2017.
- Posthuman Management: Creating Effective Organizations in an Age of Social Robotics, Ubiquitous AI, Human Augmentation, and Virtual Worlds (second edition, 2016) has been cited in:
- Ogle, Donna, Benedictine University. “Technological Job Loss: Opportunities for Organization Development.” Proceedings of the Midwest Academy of Management Conference 2017. Roosevelt University, Chicago, Illinois, October 19-21, 2017.
- “Neuromarketing Applications of Neuroprosthetic Devices: An Assessment of Neural Implants’ Capacities for Gathering Data and Influencing Behavior” (in Proceedings of the 9th Annual EMAB Conference: Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Digital Ecosystems, EUROMED 2016) has been cited in:
- Moravcikova, Dominika, and Margareta Nadanyiova, “Ethical Aspects of Neuromarketing Research as Part of a Corporate Social Responsibility from the Perspective of Globalization.” In Globalization and Its Socio-Economic Consequences, vol. IV, edited by prof. Ing. Tomas Kliestik, Ph.D., pp. 1630-1637, Zilina, Slovakia: University of Zilina, 2017.
- “The Artificial Life-Form as Entrepreneur: Synthetic Organism-Enterprises and the Reconceptualization of Business” (in Proceedings of the Fourteenth International Conference on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems, 2014) has been cited in:
- Rijntjes, Tom. “An Experiment in Engineering a Synthetic Organism-Enterprise.” Master’s thesis, Media Technology MSc Program, Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Science, Universiteit Leiden. August 2016.
- The Handbook of Information Security for Advanced Neuroprosthetics (first edition, 2015; second edition, 2017) has been cited in:
- 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.
- “Utopias and Dystopias as Cybernetic Information Systems” (Creatio Fantastica 3(50), 2015) has been cited in:
- Hughes, James. “Algorithms and Posthuman Governance.” Journal of Posthuman Studies 1, no. 2 (2018): 166-184.
- “Cryptocurrency with a Conscience: Using Artificial Intelligence to Develop Money that Advances Human Ethical Values” (Annales. Etyka w Życiu Gospodarczym / Annales: Ethics in Economic Life 18, no. 4, 2015) has been cited in:
- Antonova, Albena. Institutional and Organizational Transformations in the Robotic Era: Emerging Research and Opportunities. A volume in the Advances in Business Information Systems and Analytics (ABISA) book series. Hershey, PA: IGI Global, 2018.
- Szwed, Julita. “Prognozowanie kursu kryptowalut oraz wpływ wirtualnej waluty na rynek gier wideo.” Akademia Zarządzania 3, no. 2 (2018): 21-31.
- Alcantara, Christopher, and Caroline Dick. “Decolonization in a Digital Age: Cryptocurrencies and Indigenous Self-Determination in Canada.” Canadian Journal of Law and Society / La Revue Canadienne Droit et Société, 1-17. Published online May 8, 2017. https://doi.org/10.1017/cls.2017.1.
- Bendell, Jem. “Currency innovation for sustainable financing of SMEs: context, case study and scalability.” Journal of Corporate Citizenship 67 (September 2017).
- Chohan, Usman W. “Cryptocurrencies: A Brief Thematic Review.” Discussion Paper, “Notes on the 21st Century” Discussion Paper Series, August 4, 2017, School of Business and Economics, University of New South Wales, Canberra. 2017.
- Park, Jae Yeon, Jae Pil Ryu, and Hyun Joon Shin. “How to Manage Portfolio by Robo-Advisor.” Information vol. 20, no. 5B (2017): 3463-3470.
- Priddy, Steve, Steve Bailey, Luca Branco, Cesario Mateus, Jendrik Silomon, Mario Stumpo, and Francesco Vita. Section 3.0, “Ethics, Artificial Intelligence (AI) & Financial Trading: Thoughts Based on a Preliminary Overview of Literature.” In Financial Trading, Ethics & Machine Intelligence: Proceedings of the Grenoble Ecole De Management – University of Law 2017 Finance Conference and the Defining of an Emerging Research Agenda.
- Tomašić, Marijan. “Tehnički, ekonomski i pravni aspekti digitalnog novca” (“Technical, economic and legal aspects of digital money”). Graduate thesis, Department of Economics, University of Zadar. Mentor: doc. dr. sc. Mladen Rajko. 2017.
- Guiot, François-Vivien, and Valérie Malabat. Les monnaies virtuelles. Bordeaux: Université de Bordeaux, 2016.
- Μπαλλής, Αντώνιος. “Επισκόπηση των Κρυπτονομισμάτων στη Σύγχρονη Οικονομική Βιβλιογραφία: Ζητήματα και Τάσεις.” Graduate thesis, Applied Economics & Data Analysis, Department of Economics, School of Business Administration, University of Patras. August 2016.
- Park, Jae Yeon, Jae Pil Ryu, and Hyun Joon Shin. “Robo-Advisors for Portfolio Management.” Advanced Science and Technology Letters vol. 141 (Green and Smart Technology II) (2016): 104-08. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.14257/astl.2016.141.21.
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.