THE UNCONVENTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES REFLECTED IN WEB OF SCIENCE

  • Claudiu Pirnau Politehnica University of Bucharest
  • Maria Roxana Marinescu National Institute for Research and Development in Microtechnologies
  • Liviu Daniel Ghiculescu Politehnica University of Bucharest
  • Mironela Pirnau Titu Maiorescu University of Bucharest
Keywords: unconventional technologies, knowledge-based economy, community, web of science, open access

Abstract

The unconventional technologies appeared as a result of the unconventional development of the digital economy. The role of the “unconventional technologies” within the knowledge - based economy (more or less conventional) includes, among the specialists, the existence of the unconventional thinking. The main results of this thinking way are to be found in important scientific papers, such as the ones from the Web of Science data bases. The present paper includes an analysis of the scientific papers existed in the Web of Science data bases and its topic is “unconventional technologies”. The case study is focused on two periods of time: 1975-2019 and 2015-2019, as part of the economy based on knowledge. The analysis of Web of Science data was accomplished by grouping the data both regarding the topic and the countries/regions.

 

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Published
2020-03-31
How to Cite
Pirnau, C., Marinescu, M., Ghiculescu, L., & Pirnau, M. (2020). THE UNCONVENTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES REFLECTED IN WEB OF SCIENCE. Nonconventional Technologies Review, 24(1). Retrieved from http://revtn.ro/index.php/revtn/article/view/267

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