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Tracking the scientific productivity of
Quisqueya University researchers using
metrics provided by ResearchGate on
November 28, 2020
Francklin Benjamin and Evens Emmanuel1
RG-monthly report
Volume 1, No. 11
1

Corresponding author. Tel : +(509) 3423 4269 / +(509) 3718 4833
E-mail address : evens.emmanuel@uniq.edu .ht

@2020

Sommaire
Sommaire....................................................................................................................................................................... 2
Introduction.................................................................................................................................................................... 3
Digital platforms for popularization of science: vectors for connecting universities and researchers in the South........3
Quisqueya University score on ResearchGate as of November 28, 2020.................................................................9
Average weekly scores of Quisqueya University members (November 28, 2020).................................................10
The faculties, departments and doctoral school of Quisqueya University..............................................................11

Article 9 of the Statutes of Quisqueya University............................................................................................. 11
Article 12 of the Statutes of Quisqueya University........................................................................................... 12
Quisqueya University research laboratories........................................................................................................... 13

Chapter I of the statutes of Quisqueya University research laboratories - Nature, identification, organization
and functions of laboratories........................................................................................................................... 13
Bibliometric and altmetric indicators provided by ResearchGate for Quisqueya University researchers on
November 28, 2020............................................................................................................................................... 19
Research overview provided by ResearchGate for Quisqueya University researchers on November 28, 2020.....22
Statistical overview of the scientific productivity metrics of Quisqueya University researchers on ResearchGate
as of November 28, 2020....................................................................................................................................... 26
Monthly RG score of researchers at Quisqueya University (Year 2020).................................................................32

References................................................................................................................................................................... 36

Introduction

Digital platforms for popularization of science: vectors for connecting
universities and researchers in the South
Francklin Benjamin, PhD, Faculty of Educational Sciences, Quisqueya University
Recent studies have established that the university of tomorrow will be largely virtual (Siemen et al, 2015).
Moreover, the covid-19 pandemic confirms this hypothesis, if it were necessary. Moreover, all levels of
education are going virtual. This trend must be linked both to the constraints imposed by certain
phenomena, but also to the democratization of access to technology and its use in the context of the
circulation of knowledge. This situation immediately has several consequences: 1 / the first is a direct
connection between a set of researchers and therefore universities; 2 / the result is the intensification of
exchanges between researchers, promoting a form of virtual socialization; 3 / the possibility of an
immediate popularization of the scientific productions of universities.
These changes have upset the mechanisms of scientific cooperation between universities, which are
undergoing growing acceleration thanks to academic social networks. The latter have become issues in the
construction of knowledge societies, very different from traditional models in this area (Proulx, 2020). The
elimination of constraints linked to distance in particular results in the fact that these communities are
constructed in a paradoxical way: because it is not necessarily the universities and researchers of the
same country who come together, but preferably institutions of higher education in countries far removed
from each other. In Haiti, this paradox can also be explained, among other causes, by the weak
impregnation of universities with technological tools and limited knowledge of academic social networks.
The issue of exchanges has indeed become the main characteristic of these digital tools. It is not so much
the availability of knowledge already produced (even if it happens that it is), but the possibility, through

exchanges, to develop research projects and participate in collaborative work. These networks are also
becoming an alternative to excessive marketing, highlighting a philanthropic dimension by placing
knowledge sharing in the category of donation and not of commerce. Ferrary (2001) rightly notes that:
“From a theoretical point of view, each institution is dominated by a mode of exchange: the market
through market transactions, organizations through power relations, and social networks through
donation". It is understandable that the universities of the South, generally facing problems of means of
setting up large scientific projects, largely favor scientific social networks for the construction of new
projects.
In other words, academic social networks have become places of privileged sharing of knowledge and
experience, both in their gestational form but also in their finalized form (Cassier, 1998). Researchers are
constantly in contact with the doubt surrounding the process of building knowledge, both through the
questions addressed to colleagues with whom they are in contact but also in relation to the possibility of a
constant development of knowledge. There is here a whole epistemology of scientific production via
academic social networks to be developed (Ferrary, 2001).
The experience conducted to date by Quisqueya University, in particular on ResearcheGate, is part of an
intelligent positioning of the opportunities offered by academic social networks both in terms of connection
and visibility (Bester, 2014) . For example, one of the projects carried by Qusiqueya University on this
platform, namely "Measuring of scientific productivity of researchers at Quisqueya University on
ResearchGate"2, brought together no less than twenty foreign colleagues, all from different countries and
universities, feeding this project with their publications and carrying out regular scientific updates.
In addition, the publication of monthly reports on the performance of UniQ researchers registered on
ResearchGate seems to attract the curiosity of certain members of the scientific community registered on
this platform. These reports (Alexis et al, 2020; Emmanuel et al, 2020; St-Louis et al, 2020; Paul et al,
2020a; Apply et al, 2020; Noncent et al, 2020; Charles et al, 2020; Joseph et al. , 2020, Paul et al, 2020b)
2

https://www.researchgate.net/project/Measuring-of-scientific-productivity-of-researchers-at-Quisqueya-University-onResearchGate

have given rise to very enriching discussions on ResearchGate, and are at the origin of the establishment
of new scientific collaborations, particularly South-South. Elsheikh (2020) examined the relevance of such
an approach with a view to producing a critical analysis, which could be the co-founder of a new indicator
capable of leading the scientific community to a ranking of universities in the South. While constructing a
new variable in the conceptualization of South-South cooperation, this analysis seems to broaden the basis
of the monthly report on the scientific productivity of researchers produced by Quisqueya University to go
towards what the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE ) of France considers “ academic diplomacy”. Indeed, in
the report entitled “A scientific diplomacy for France”, the MAE (2013) defines scientific diplomacy as “ the
use and application of scientific cooperation to help establish links and strengthen relations between
companies, especially in areas where there might not be other means of approach at the official level ”.
The field of measuring scientific productivity in the South, as in the North, using bliometric and altmetric
indicators generated by academic networks is part of this need.
However, if in Haiti the Quisqueya University takes a stand on these issues, it is clear that a lot of efforts
still need to be done, first at the level of the University itself. Indeed the number of members registered on
Researchgate for example (90) is lower than the number of professors and researchers constituting the
teaching staff. Then, apart from the Quisqueya University and the State University of Haiti, the other
entities making up the Haitian university are not yet represented institutionally on this platform. There is
therefore a whole field to develop in the country. Indeed, the Haitian University, through the quality of its
teaching and its research, has a heavy responsibility to support public decision-makers in achieving the
SDGs in 2030. Because science must inevitably be mobilized in supporting public decision-making for
development.
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scientific productivity of UniQ researchers on ResearchGate (February 18, 2020). Report number: RGreport-002. Port-au-Prince: Université Quisqueya.
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rchers_on_ResearchGate_February_18_2020

Apply A., Joseph Y., Emmanuel E. (2020). Measuring the scientific productivity of UniQ researchers on
ResearchGate (June 24, 2020). Report number: RG-report-006. Port-au-Prince: Université Quisqueya.
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rchers_on_ResearchGate_June_24_2020
Bester, E. (2014). L'offre de réseaux socio numériques pour les scientifiques : services et stratégies
d'acteurs. Les Enjeux de l'information et de la communication, (1), 17-33.
Cassier, M. (1998). Le partage des connaissances dans les réseaux scientifiques : l'invention de règles de"
bonne conduite" par les chercheurs. Revue française de sociologie, 701-720.
Charles J.R., Letemps E., Emmanuel E. (2020). Measuring the scientific productivity of UniQ researchers on
ResearchGate (August 20, 2020). Report number: RG-report-008. Port-au-Prince: Université Quisqueya.
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/343786040_Measuring_the_scientific_productivity_of_UniQ_resea
rchers_on_ResearchGate_August_20_2020
Elsheikh S.R.S. (2020). Measuring University Research Productivity and the Researcher's Scientific
interests on the Scientific ResearchGate. The Second International Conference on Information
Measurements and Scientific Communication: Between Theory and Practice 11: 15 November 2020.
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Emmanuel E., Cadet R.L., Balthazard-Accou K., Jean G., Millien M.F. (2020). Measuring the scientific
productivity of UniQ researchers on ResearchGate (January 21, 2020). Report number: RG-report-001. Portau-Prince: Université Quisqueya.
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productivity of UniQ researchers on ResearchGate (March 17, 2020). Report number: RG-report-003. Portau-Prince: Université Quisqueya
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rchers_on_ResearchGate_March_17_2020
Ferrary M. (2001). Pour une théorie de l'échange dans les réseaux sociaux. Cahiers internationaux de
sociologie, (2), 261-290.
Joseph I., Moise K., Emmanuel E. (2020). Measuring the scientific productivity of UniQ researchers on
ResearchGate (September 24, 2020). Report number: RG-report-009. Port-au-Prince: Université

Quisqueya.
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MAE (2013). Une diplomatie scientifique pour la France. Direction générale de la mondialisation, du
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Noncent D., Pierre A., Garçon J., Emmanuel E. (2020). Measuring the scientific productivity of UniQ
researchers on ResearchGate (July 24, 2020). Report number: RG-report-007. Port-au-Prince: Université
Quisqueya.
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Paul B., Moïse K., Henrys H.J., Emmanuel E. (2020b). Bibliometric and altmetric datas from the academic
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d’appropriation d’une culture numérique comme enjeu d’une «société du savoir». In Annales des
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and current state of distance, blended, and online learning. Athabasca University.
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publication/340826414_Measuring_the_scientific_productivity_of_UniQ_researchers_on_ResearchGate_April
_21_2020

Quisqueya University score on ResearchGate as of November 28, 2020

Average weekly scores of Quisqueya University members (November 28, 2020)
Date

RG SCORE

RG SCORE

RG SCORE

Number of members = 90

Number of members
with S> 0 = 49

Number of members
with S> 1 = 47

Total RG Score
November 17, 2020
November 24, 2020

351.75
352.20

Average score
per member
3.91
3.91

Total RG Score
351.75
352.20

Average score
per member
7.18
7.19

Total RG Score
351.75
352.20

Average score
per member
7.47
7.49

The faculties, departments and doctoral school of Quisqueya University
Article 9 of the Statutes of Quisqueya University
The Faculty is an educational and administrative unit responsible for teaching, research and service to the community in a
field of study or a set of related disciplines. It is made up of Departments.
SIX FACULTIES, ONE DOCTORAL SCHOOL
• Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (FSAE)
Head: Gaël PRESSOIR
(Agroeconomics, Natural resources management and Environment, Agricultural Production)
• Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences (FSEA)
Head: Maxon JULIEN
(Economics and Management)
• Faculty of Educational Sciences (FSED)
Head: Jean-Claude NEPTUNE
(Infant, Primary, Secondary)
• Faculty of Science, Engineering and Architecture (FSGA)
Head:Evenson CALIXTE
(Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics, Physics, Civil Engineering, Electric Engineering, Industrial Engineering, IT, Architecture)
• Faculty of Legal and Political Sciences (FSJP)
Head: Bernard H. GOUSSE
(Law, Political Science)
• Faculty of Health Sciences (FSSA)
Head: Christian P. RACCURT
(Medicine)

Article 12 of the Statutes of Quisqueya University
The Faculty of Graduate Studies is responsible for master's and doctoral studies. The Faculty temporarily delegates
responsibility for doctoral studies to the doctoral school "Society and Environment" of uniQ.
• Doctoral School "Society and Environment" (EDSE)
Head: Evens EMMANUEL
(PhD in: Economy, Education, Environment, Urban Studies, Management)

Quisqueya University research laboratories
Chapter I of the statutes of Quisqueya University research laboratories - Nature, identification, organization and
functions of laboratories

Article 1 - Nature and institutional positioning
The research laboratory is a structural entity which, according to the statutes of Quisqueya University, falls under a
department of the Faculty which covers its field of action. It offers researchers a theoretical and practical framework that
facilitates the formation of research teams from the same discipline working on a specific problem and / or
multidisciplinary teams made up of researchers working on related problems.
Laboratories can be of two types, one of which is that of a Quisqueya University's own laboratory, ie created on its own
initiative, and the other, that of an associated laboratory. The latter is a structure belonging to another institution that
establishes a partnership or supervisory agreement with Quisqueya University.
If the department has not yet been formally constituted, the laboratory will then report directly to the deanship of the
Faculty.

Article 2.- Identification of laboratories
Any laboratory created within Quisqueya University must have: (i) a name, (ii) an acronym, (iii) a central teaching and
research theme, (iv) research axes, (v) disciplinary areas of competence listed in key words, (vi) a presentation sheet or
brochure, and (vii) a five-year development plan.

Article 3.- Main functions
The laboratory is called upon to offer services to communities, and to organize scientific seminars, doctoral studies,
scientific days or workshops to facilitate the presentation of researchers' work.
The laboratory is fundamentally a support and attachment structure for Masters and Doctorate training. However, it can
exist as a research entity without necessarily having a master's and doctoral training.
Specifically, any laboratory with infrastructures and research teams attached to the Faculty of Higher Studies must
coordinate, under the immediate supervision of the dean or its delegation, the Direction of the doctoral school "Society
and Environment", doctoral training in its disciplinary fields.
The Laboratory can also house experimental devices and a specialized media library, manage IT resources and provide
administrative support to researchers.

Article 4 - Organization mode
The laboratory's research is organized mainly around the axes that decline the central research theme. They are defined
in the scientific files drawn up at the time of the presentation of this structure and also in new files known under the name
of "New Scientific Project of the Laboratory" written after evaluation of the structure by a commission of internationally
renowned experts on request. of the Quisqueya University Research Council.
A laboratory can be attached to one or more departments of a Faculty, or even to one or more Faculties of UniQ. It has a
laboratory management and council.

9 Research laboratories
Center for Research in Education (CERED)
Head: Marcel PARIAT
Research areas
AREA 1: Skills and professionalism
AREA 2: Pedagogical and educational innovation (s)
AREA 3: Experiential learning
AXIS 4: Educational policy (s)

Center for Research in Management and Development Economics (CREGED)
Head: Raulin Lincifort CADET
CREGED central research theme
Economic growth and development strategies.
Research areas
AREA 1: Entrepreneurship and innovation
AREA 2: Financing for development

Climate Change Research Team (ERC2)
Head: Evens EMMANUEL
ERC2 central research theme
Explore climate variability and its impacts on hydrological cycles, continental and coastal marine ecosystems during the past
millennia.
Research areas
AREA 1: Past climate reconstruction. Data / model approach
AREA 2: Coastal impacts
AREA 3: Global change and extreme hydrometeorological events
AREA 4: Dissemination and education

Haitian Center for Innovation on Biotechnology and Sustainable Agriculture (CHIBAS)
Head: Gaël PRESSOIR
CHIBAS central research themes
1. Development of technical packages (increased production, productivity, resilience of production systems to climate change,
resistance to pests).
2. Quality control, improvement and development of new products from the transformation of local production in order to increase
wealth creation along the value chains.
Research areas
AREA 1: Agricultural policy
AREA 2: Genetics and varietal improvement
AREA 3: Genetic resources
AREA 4: Agronomy
AREA 5: Agricultural machinery suitable for small plots
AREA 6: Conservation agriculture and soil fertility management
AREA 7: Agri-food - development of new products
AREA 8: Agribusiness - product quality
AREA 9: Animal nutrition

Health-Environment Laboratory (LS-E)
Head: Evens EMMANUEL
LS-E central research theme
Assessment of health hazards and risks related to the geology of Haiti, air quality in urban areas, and the multipollution of aquatic
ecosystems.
Research areas
AREA 1: Cumulative risk assessment related to metallic multipollution of water intended for human consumption
AREA 2: Medical geology and chronic diseases in Haiti
AREA 3: Air quality and chronic diseases

Infectious, Parasitic and Tropical Diseases Research Team (ERMIPT)
Head: Jean Hugues HENRYS
ERMIPT central research theme
Monitor, understand and anticipate infectious, parasitic and tropical diseases.
Research areas
AREA 1: Ecological and anthropic determinism of epidemics of infectious, parasitic and tropical diseases in Haiti
AREA 2: Dysfunction of wetlands and health risks in Haiti

Research laboratory on zoonosis and food poisoning (LAREZIA)
Head: Max François MILLIEN
Research areas
AREA 1: Environmental studies: vectors and wildlife
AREA 2: The epidemiology of major or emerging zoonotic diseases
AREA 3: Modeling for probabilistic risk assessment
AREA 4: Food safety

Urban Policy Research and Support Center (CRAPU) - (Joint Lab of RESCIF)
Head: Anie BRAS and Abigaïl-Laure KERN
Research areas
AREA 1: Urbanization and sustainable city
AREA 2: Urban planning, governance and planning
AREA 3: Infrastructures and urban services

Water Quality and Environment Laboratory (LAQUE)
Head: Osnick JOSEPH
LAQUE central research theme

Assessment of the impact of pollution linked to industrial and urban activities on tropical island aquatic ecosystems.
Research areas
AREA 1: Water resource management and human health
AREA 2: Ecotoxic impacts of human activities on receiving environments
AREA 3: Management and processes for the treatment of solid waste, wastewater and polluted environments

Bibliometric and altmetric indicators provided by ResearchGate for Quisqueya University
researchers on November 28, 2020
No.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

Name

Magline ALEXIS
Ammcise APPLY
Ketty BALTHAZARDACCOU
Francklin BENJAMIN
Anie BRAS
Anie BRAS
Raulin Lincifort CADET
Evenson CALIXTE
Ruth Myrtho CASSEUS
Jean Rigaud CHARLES
Tatiana CHARLES
Hubermane CIGUINO
Elmyre CLERVIL
Obrillant DAMUS
Marie Florence DESIR
PIERRE
Farah Altagracia
DORVAL
Emmlyne EMMANUEL

RG
Score

hindex

h-index
hors autocitations

3.17
4.49
8.20

2
2
6

2.22
2.80
7.49
3.84
8.33
1.77
3.85
3.48
2.35
5.25
3.24
3.25

Breakdown RG Score

2
2
5

Publicati
ons
%.
6.27
7.59
98.59

Questi
ons
%.
87.63
61.70
0.00

Answe
rs
%
5.85
30.58
1.20

Follow
ers
%
0.24
0.13
0.21

2
3
4
2
4
1
1
1
1
3
2
-

2
3
4
2
4
1
1
1
1
2
2
-

39.90
99.78
99.86
61.90
99.89
54.10
99.90
57.94
48.49
99.43
99.69
0.34

16.10
0.00
0.00
20.27
0.00
33.27
0.00
38.56
27.02
0.00
0.00
60.27

43.81
0.00
0.00
17.46
0.00
12.39
0.00
3.25
24.30
0.32
0.00
39.21

0.19
0.22
0.14
0.38
0.11
0.24
0.10
0.26
0.18
0.25
0.31
0.18

2.97

1

1

99.90

0.00

0.00

0.10

3.20

1

1

99.71

0.00

0.00

0.29

18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47

Evens EMMANUEL
Urbain FIFI
Jeff GARÇON
Gary GERVAIS
Jean Hugues HENRYS
Gaston JEAN
Cajouste Tony JEANPIERRE
Yolette JEROME
Wesly JEUNE
Evens JOSEPH
Ismaël JOSEPH
Osnick JOSEPH
Youselee JOSEPH
Joaneson LACOUR
Islande LEANDRE
Édèle LETEMPS
Daphnée MICHEL
Max François MILLIEN
Kenny MOÏSE
David NONCENT
James ORIZA
Bénédique PAUL
Alexandra PIERRE
Geneviève POITEVIEN
Gaël PRESSOIR
Marc PROU
Christian P. RACCURT
Yanick SIMON
Daphenide ST-LOUIS
Anne-Laurence VERRET

51.56
8.24
1.90
9.47
14.72
2.5
4.42

16
6
1
5
6
2
1

15
5
1
5
6
1
1

55.44
99.83
18.98
99.95
99.90
57.71
19.75

25.35
0.00
75.73
0.00
0.00
26.40
46.76

19.07
0.00
5.07
0.00
0.00
16.22
33.21

0.13
0.17
0.21
0.05
0.10
0.21
0.28

3.10
4.22
4.85
4.36
6.40
2.03
3.01
3.92
1.67
3.28
25.99
4.21
4.82
6.15
8.09
1.83
6.39
25.23
1.59
37.65
21.27
2.96
1.64

4
1
2
8
1
3
1
1
2
9
1
1
1
7
1
3
13
3
24
3
2
5

4
1
2
7
1
3
1
1
2
8
1
1
1
5
1
3
13
3
23
3
2
4

57.52
99.85
99.79
1.17
99.90
1.89
99.55
39.20
1.58
4.41
99.97
93.37
23.76
0.93
96.89
21.11
99.82
99.96
99.43
99.90
58.05
5.84
49.45

25.80
0.00
0.00
72.34
0.00
93.87
0.00
41.74
75.71
76.78
0.00
0.00
74.90
52.50
2.14
66.38
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
27.50
92.48
48.92

16.37
0.00
0.11
26.27
0.00
4.14
0.00
18.76
22.18
18.71
0.00
6.42
1.16
46.37
0.61
12.25
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
14.35
1.52
1.27

0.30
0.15
0.10
0.22
0.10
0.10
0.45
0.30
0.52
0.10
0.03
0.21
0.19
0.19
0.36
0.26
0.18
0.04
0.57
0.10
0.10
0.16
0.36

Research overview provided by ResearchGate for Quisqueya University researchers on
November 28, 2020
No.

Name

1

Magline ALEXIS

2
3

Ammcise APPLY
Ketty
BALTHAZARDACCOU
Francklin
BENJAMIN
Anie BRAS
Anie BRAS
Raulin Lincifort
CADET
Evenson CALIXTE

4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

Ruth Myrtho
CASSEUS
Jean Rigaud
CHARLES
Tatiana CHARLES

Field

School /
Departm
ent

Laborato
ry

Administrative
sciences
Public Health
Microbiology of
water

FSGA

Research overview
Resea
rch
items

Proje
cts

Questi
ons

Answ
ers

-

4

11

15

30

FSSA
EDSE

ERC2
LAQUE

14
34

7
5

18
0

73
29

Education

FSED

26

8

14

36

Urban studies
Urban studies
Economics

FSGA
FSGA
FSEA

ERC2 and
CERED
CRAPU
CRAPU
CREGED

19
10
25

2
1
10

0
0
3

0
0
15

Electrical Power
Engineering
Administrative
sciences
Agronomy

FSGA

-

10

0

0

0

EDSE

CREGED

12

7

5

12

FSAE

CHIBAS

3

0

0

0

Public Health

Alumni

Alumni

12

0

5

13

12
13
14
15

Hubermane
CIGUINO
Elmyre CLERVIL

19

Obrillant DAMUS
Marie Florence
DESIR PIERRE
Farah Altagracia
DORVAL
Emmlyne
EMMANUEL
Evens
EMMANUEL
Urbain FIFI

20

Jeff GARÇON

21

Gary GERVAIS

22

Jean Hugues
HENRYS
Gaston JEAN

16
17
18

23
24
25
26
27
28

Cajouste Tony
JEAN-PIERRE
Yolette JEROME
Wesly JEUNE
Evens JOSEPH
Ismaël JOSEPH

Economics

EDSE

CREGED

11

5

5

15

Environmental
Engineering
Sociolinguistics
Social Economics

FSGA

LAQUE

13

2

0

1

FSED
FSEA

CERED
CREGED

22
1

0
0

0
20

0
51

Civil Engineering

FSGA

LAQUE

5

0

0

0

Environmental
Engineering
Environmental
Engineering
Environmental
Engineering
Environmental
Engineering
Environmental
Microbiology
Public Health

FSSA

LS-E

12

0

0

0

EDSE

230

49

74

2602

Alumni

ERC2 and
LS-E
Alumni

14

2

0

0

EDSE

ERC2

6

6

18

13

-

-

14

2

1

2

FSSA

ERMIPT

23

1

0

0

EDSE

LAQUE

25

7

18

25

Alumni

Alumni

7

0

30

105

EDSE
FSAE
FSAE
FSEA

CRAPU
CHIBAS
CREGED

23
9
6
5

6
1
1
10

3
0
0
11

83
0
1
60

Environment/
Ecological
Sanitation
Public Health
Urban Studies
Soil Sciences
Agronomy
Information and
Communication
Technology

29

Osnick JOSEPH

30
31

Youselee JOSEPH
Joaneson
LACOUR
Islande LEANDRE
Édèle LETEMPS

32
33
34
35
36
37

Daphnée MICHEL
Max François
MILLIEN
Kenny MOÏSE
David NONCENT

38

James ORIZA

39

Bénédique PAUL

40

Alexandra
PIERRE
Geneviève
POITEVIEN
Gaël PRESSOIR

41
42
43
44
45
46
47

Marc PROU
Christian P.
RACCURT
Yanick SIMON
Daphenide STLOUIS
Anne-Laurence

Environmental
Engineering
Economics
Environmental
Engineering
Public Health
Administrative
sciences
Public Health
Veterinary
Medicine
Public Health
Environmental
Chemistry
Entrepreneurial
Economics
Agricultural
Economics

FSGA

LAQUE

33

2

0

0

FSEA
FSGA

CREGED
LAQUE

1
14

2
3

5
0

7
0

Alumni
FSEA

Alumni
CREGED

15
1

0
8

8
22

62
68

FSSA
EDSE

LAQUE
LAREZIA

6
36

4
4

20
0

57
0

FSSA
EDSE

ERMIPT
LAQUE

10
14

1
4

0
13

4
7

FSEA

CREGED

1

1

24

111

FSAE

72

20

2

10

5

8

2

16

Environmental
Engineering
Cradiology

EDSE

CHIBAS
and
CREGED
ERC2

-

-

13

0

0

0

Agricultural Plant
Science
Education
Infectious
Diseases
Public Health
Public Health

FSAE

CHIBAS

25

0

0

0

FSED
FSSA

CERED
ERMIPT

21
192

1
6

0
0

0
0

Alumni
FSSA

Alumni
LAREZIA

23
8

1
5

44
21

249
23

Urban Studies

FSGA

CRAPU

21

2

6

13

VERRET

Statistical overview of the scientific productivity metrics of Quisqueya University researchers
on ResearchGate as of November 28, 2020
No.

Name

1

Magline ALEXIS

2

Ammcise APPLY

3
4

Ketty BALTHAZARDACCOU
Francklin BENJAMIN

5

Anie BRAS

6

Anie BRAS

7

Raulin Lincifort CADET

8

Evenson CALIXTE

9

Ruth Myrtho CASSEUS

10

Jean Rigaud CHARLES

Status

MSc
Student
MSc
Student
Ass
Professor
Ass
Professor
Ass
Professor
Ass
Professor
Ass
Professor
Ass
Professor
PhD
Student
Ass
Researche

Total
Resea
rch
Intere
st
183.3

Reads

Recommenda
tions

Citations

Percentil
e
%

1541

829

7

17.5

398.1

5194

1737

9

25

651.4

11977

2028

82

42.5

499.1

3452

1823

7

10

271.2

2507

851

26

15

97.3

4637

188

59

40

436.5

6572

1431

14

22.5

50.2

4410

10

88

42.5

216.7

2167

764

3

7.5

116.9

1049

315

5

22.5

11
12

Tatiana CHARLES
Hubermane CIGUINO

13

Elmyre CLERVIL

14

Obrillant DAMUS

15

17
18
19
20

Marie Florence DESIR
PIERRE
Farah Altagracia
DORVAL
Emmlyne EMMANUEL
Evens EMMANUEL
Urbain FIFI
Jeff GARÇON

21

Gary GERVAIS

22

Jean Hugues HENRYS

23

Gaston JEAN

24
25

Cajouste Tony JEANPIERRE
Yolette JEROME

26

Wesly JEUNE

27

Evens JOSEPH

16

r
Alumni
PhD
Student
PhD
Student
Ass
Professor
PhD
Student
Ass
Professor
Lecturer
Professor
Alumni
PhD
Student
Visiting
Professor
Ass
Professor
Ass
Professor
MSc
Student
PhD
Student
Ass
Professor
Ass
Researche
r

103.8
225.8

3364
4180

276
797

18
4

20
12.5

116.1

1741

367

17

30

20.4

1587

29

15

17.5

9.8

8079

104

0

17.5

40.7

978

113

5

15

52.4
5234
163.8
268.0

872
120784
2668
1497

115
24987
413
1026

38
1713
76
1

17.5
97.5
42.5
7.5

218.6

8168

131

145

45

222.3

1635

432

171

60

328.6

3450

1172

13

12.5

79.5

16440

215

18

25

343.7

3006

1279

38

17.5

53.1

1006

48

5

25

65.0

465

172

9

27.5

28

Ismaël JOSEPH

29

Osnick JOSEPH

30

Youselee JOSEPH

31

Joaneson LACOUR

32
33

Islande LEANDRE
Édèle LETEMPS

34

Daphnée MICHEL

35
36

Max François MILLIEN
Kenny MOÏSE

37

David NONCENT

38

James ORIZA

39

Bénédique PAUL

40

Alexandra PIERRE

41

Geneviève POITEVIEN

42

Gaël PRESSOIR

43
44
45

Marc PROU
Christian P. RACCURT
Yanick SIMON

MSc
Student
Ass
Professor
MSc
Student
Ass
Professor
Alumni
MSc
Student
MSc
Student
Professor
Ass
Researche
r
PhD
Student
PhD
Student
Ass
Professor
PhD
Student
Ex Ass
Professor
Ass
Professor
Professor
Professor
Alumni

95.6

1903

641

0

25

449.6

15897

1058

130

35

38.0

375

203

2

10

180.8

8900

484

30

15

398
83.7

9373
1610

398
885

18
1

22.5
5

196.4

2288

826

7

17.5

668.1
125.8

5112
950

1638
394

244
9

82.5
25

345.1

3894

1163

9

27.5

12.2

24653

358

4

32.5

465.3

39296

1031

171

40

169.7

993

627

1

7.5

61.2

1459

161

24

35

3884

10526

264

7317

82.5

68.5
1223
191.3

1093
12627
60671

198
595
843

12
1957
35

5
95
75

46

Daphenide ST-LOUIS

47

Anne-Laurence
VERRET

MSc
Student
PhD
Student

192.5

1508

761

7

15

220.5

1922

693

41

5

Monthly RG score of researchers at Quisqueya University (Year 2020)
No.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

Name

Magline ALEXIS
Ammcise APPLY
Ketty BALTHAZARDACCOU
Francklin BENJAMIN
Anie BRAS
Anie BRAS
Raulin Lincifort
CADET
Evenson CALIXTE
Ruth Myrtho
CASSEUS
Jean Rigaud CHARLES
Tatiana CHARLES
Hubermane CIGUINO
Elmyre CLERVIL
Obrillant DAMUS

Janua
ry [1]
RG
Score

Febru
ary
[2]
RG
Score

Marc
h [3]

April
[4]

May
[5]

June
[6]

July
[7]

Sep.
[9]

Oct.

RG
Scor
e
2.71
4.25
7.69

Augu
st
[8]
RG
Scor
e
3.22
4.16
7.67

7,71

7,70

RG
Scor
e
1,35
7,69

RG
Scor
e
1.49
7.63

RG
Scor
e
1.70
2.6
7.64

RG
Scor
e
2.65
4.06
7.66

RG
Scor
e
3.32
4.08
7.73

RG
Scor
e
3.27
4.81
7.73

2,94
7,54
2,75

2,90
7,54
4,86

2,80
7,55
4,65

1.11
2.78
7.52
4.46

2.29
2.84
7.46
4.14

2.60
2,84
7.45
4.02

2.47
2.83
7.45
3.99

2.43
2.83
7.44
3.96

2.33
2.80
7.50
3.93

2.38
2.80
7.49
3.92

8,35
-

8,34
1,03

8,33
1,86

8.33
1.94

8.33
2.19

8.33
2.00

8.33
1.98

8.33
1.95

8.33
1.90

8.33
1.84

4,52
5,21
2,25

4,09
1,48
5,13
2,25

3,73
2,08
5,12
2,25

3.50
2.49
5.08
2.24

3.41
2.55
5.17
2.24

3.39
2.59
5.15
2.24

3.38
2.52
5.26
2.24

3.83
3.36
2.39
5.26
2.24

3.85
3.36
2.68
5.24
3.23

3.85
3.46
2.47
5.24
3.23

15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43

Marie Florence DESIR
PIERRE
Farah Altagracia
DORVAL
Emmlyne EMMANUEL
Evens EMMANUEL
Urbain FIFI
Jeff GARÇON
Gary GERVAIS
Jean Hugues HENRYS
Gaston JEAN
Cajouste Tony JEANPIERRE
Yolette JEROME
Wesly JEUNE
Evens JOSEPH
Ismaël JOSEPH
Osnick JOSEPH
Youselee JOSEPH
Joaneson LACOUR
Islande LEANDRE
Édèle LETEMPS
Daphnée MICHEL
Max François MILLIEN
Kenny MOÏSE
David NONCENT
James ORIZA
Bénédique PAUL
Alexandra PIERRE
Geneviève POITEVIEN
Gaël PRESSOIR
Marc PROU

3,28

3,22

3,21

3.20

3.21

3.20

3.20

3.21

3.22

3.23

3,00

3,00

3,00

3.04

2.95

2.95

2.95

2.94

2.96

2.97

3,18
31,36
7,68
9,51
13,61
1,5
4,42

3,18
36,02
7,68
9,58
13,63
2,83
4,39

3,17
37,46
7,67
9,55
13,62
2,88
4,35

3.19
39.90
7.71
9.51
13.62
2.37
4.37

3.19
39.52
7.69
9.45
13.61
3.10
4.37

3.19
39.39
7.69
9.45
13.61
2.94
4.35

3.19
40.96
7.71
1.51
9.45
13.61
2.83
4.36

3.19
40.13
7.71
1.81
9.45
13.62
2.77
4.35

3.19
43.93
7.90
1.91
9.45
13.61
2.63
4.33

3.21
48.08
7.89
1.85
9.45
14.68
2.53
4.39

2,21
6,25
2,48
4,47
24,89
6,32
6,32
24,77
-

2,65
2,19
6,25
2,49
4,18
25,53
1,07
6,41
6,35
24,73
-

3,41
2,54
2,89
6,24
2,46
3,99
25,53
0,89
6,32
6,35
24,71
-

3.04
2,54
4.86
6.24
2.41
3.86
25.58
0.74
6.20
6.36
25.25
-

2.96
4.22
4.78
3.77
6.30
2.50
3.82
2.42
25.54
0.77
6.17
6.89
6.34
25.24
-

2.89
4.22
4.85
3.64
6.30
2.03
2.49
3.82
2.63
25.54
0.89
6.16
7.01
6.34
25.24
-

2.88
4.22
4.86
4.15
6.30
1.88
2.49
3.82
2.71
26.00
3.81
6.16
6.99
1.61
6.35
25.24
-

2.82
4.22
4.86
4.31
6.30
1.79
2.49
3.80
1.22
2.86
26.00
4.05
6.16
6.99
1.88
6.35
25.23
-

2.76
4.22
4.86
3.91
6.41
1.84
2.53
3.82
1.34
2.83
26.00
1.21
4.10
6.14
7.72
1.94
6.37
25.24
-

2.85
4.22
4.86
4.22
6.39
1.86
2.52
3.90
1,58
2.87
26.00
4.11
4.58
6.15
8.08
1.81
6.40
25.23
-

44
45
46
47

Christian P RACCURT
Yanick SIMON
Daphenide ST-LOUIS
Anne-Laurence
VERRET

37,49
20,65
1,22

37,49
20,50
2,28

37,49
20,26
2,92

37.49
20.16
1.2
2.29

37.50
20.11
2.48
2.13

37.4
20.32
2.66
2.05

37.54
20.25
3.13
1.97

37.54
20.21
3.06
1.92

37.54
21.30
2.96
1.86

37.62
21.27
3.00
1.79

No.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22

Name

Magline ALEXIS
Ammcise APPLY
Ketty BALTHAZARDACCOU
Francklin BENJAMIN
Anie BRAS
Anie BRAS
Raulin Lincifort
CADET
Evenson CALIXTE
Ruth Myrtho
CASSEUS
Jean Rigaud Charles
Tatiana CHARLES
Hubermane CIGUINO
Elmyre CLERVIL
Obrillant DAMUS
Marie Florence DESIR
PIERRE
Farah Altagracia
DORVAL
Emmlyne EMMANUEL
Evens EMMANUEL
Urbain FIFI
Jeff GARÇON
Gary GERVAIS
Jean Hugues HENRYS

Oct.
[10]
RG
Scor
e
3.27
4.81
7.73

Nov.

Dec.

RG
Scor
e
3.17
4.49
8.20

RG
Scor
e

2.38
2.80
7.49
3.92

2.22
2.80
7.49
3.84

8.33
1.84

8.33
1.77

3.85
3.46
2.47
5.24
3.23
3.23

3.85
3.48
2.35
5.25
3.24
3.25

2.97

2.97

3.21
48.08
7.89
1.85
9.45
14.68

3.20
51.56
8.24
1.90
9.47
14.72

23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47

Gaston JEAN
Cajouste Tony JEANPIERRE
Yolette JEROME
Wesly JEUNE
Evens JOSEPH
Ismaël JOSEPH
Osnick JOSEPH
Youselee JOSEPH
Joaneson LACOUR
Islande LEANDRE
Édèle LETEMPS
Daphnée MICHEL
Max François MILLIEN
Kenny MOÏSE
David NONCENT
James ORIZA
Bénédique PAUL
Alexandra PIERRE
Geneviève POITEVIEN
Gaël PRESSOIR
Marc PROU
Christian P RACCURT
Yanick SIMON
Daphenide ST-LOUIS
Anne-Laurence
VERRET

2.53
4.39

2.5
4.42

2.85
4.22
4.86
4.22
6.39
1.86
2.52
3.90
1,58
2.87
26.00
4.11
4.58
6.15
8.08
1.81
6.40
25.23
37.62
21.27
3.00
1.79

3.10
4.22
4.85
4.36
6.40
2.03
3.01
3.92
1.67
3.28
25.99
4.21
4.82
6.15
8.09
1.83
6.39
25.23
1.59
37.65
21.27
2.96
1.64

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