ISSI 2023 July 2-5, 2023 Bloomington, IN

About ISSI 2023

The ISSI 2023 Conference welcomes scientists, research managers, authorities and information professionals to engage in an open and proactive debate of the current status and advancements of informetric and scientometric theories and their deployment. Research, development and practice in library and information science, data mining, information retrieval, history of science and philosophy of science are the main focus but contributions on the analysis and visualization of education, job market, and policy data are most welcome.

Indiana University in Bloomington, IN, USA is the main organizer of the conference in close collaboration with scientific committee members and under the auspices of ISSI – the International Society for Informetrics and Scientometrics ( The conference language is English.

Due to the constraints imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic situation, we are currently planning a hybrid conference.


The ISSI 2023 conference will be hosted by Indiana University in Bloomington, IN, USA. Indiana University is one of the top rated universities in the US and consistently rated as one of the most beautiful campuses. The event will be held in the Memorial Union which blends classical elegance with modern amenities. Visitors will enjoy a diversity of cuisine from nearby restaunts and local breweries, and have access to entertainment ranging from the outdoors to cultural activities like live music, museums, and more.

Learn about the great things you can expect in Bloomington with the short video.

Reservations for accommodations are available at the Biddle Hotel , which is part of the Indiana Memorial Union, where the meeting will be located. Paid parking is available, but it is very limited.

The nearest international airport is located in Indianapolis, IN (IND). We recommend flying to Indianapolis and taking the shuttle bus to Bloomington.

Scientific Committee Members

Portrait: Guocheng Yuan

Yong Yeol Ahn

Indiana University

Portrait: Omer Bayraktar

Johan L. Bollen

Indiana University

Portrait: Katy Börner

Katy Börner

Indiana University

Portrait: Guocheng Yuan

Kevin Boyack

SciTech Strategies

Portrait: Amy Bernard

Santo Fortunato

Indiana University

Portrait: Rong Fan

Stasa Milojevic

Indiana University

Portrait: Niels Tommerup

Filippo Radicchi

Indiana University

Portrait: Guocheng Yuan

Andrea Scharnhorst


Portrait: Guocheng Yuan

Caroline Wagner

Ohio State University

Local Organizers

Portrait: Guocheng Yuan

Ann McCranie

Indiana University

Portrait: Guocheng Yuan

Elizabeth Record

Indiana University

Tentative Agenda

Health, Safety, and Accessibility

Although COVID-19 has been a concern for the past few years, following current health guidelines, we plan to return to an in-person conference in 2023. While we may live stream some of the conference for those who cannot attend in person, we will make limited use of online presentations – only for those who cannot attend legally or physically for whatever reason or who have a disability making it difficult to attend. Local health requirements will be announced prior to the conference. The Doctoral Forum, however, will be organized as a hybrid event, and will not require in-person attendance.

Sponsorship Opportunities

Sponsorship levels include:
Platinum Level $25,000
Gold Level $10,000
Silver Level $5,000
Bronze Level $2,000

To become a conference sponsor, click here

Contact Us

Matthew Martindale
Cyberinfrastructure for Network Science (CNS) Center Assistant
Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering,
Indiana University