Membership is open to recognized research organizations, centres or institutes, university institutes or departments, government departments or agencies, and other private or public organizations with a recognized track record in in the field of STI Indicators.
Applications for membership need to be submitted in writing to the ENID Governing Board. The Board will decide on membership applications.
Participation does not entail any particular duties and no right with respect to specific activities. However, ENID members have the benefit of being part of an active network and getting the news and announcements via the ENID mailing list.
How to apply
In order to apply for ENID membership please fill in and submit the membership application form.
Membership will be discussed and approved by the ENID board.
In the application, organizations have to nominate an official representative, who also represents the organization in the ENID annual general assembly.
Participation becomes effective with the board decision. Applicants will be informed by the ENID secretary.
At present no membership fee is due.
Members of ENID
|Austria||Innovation Systems Department, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology, Vienna|
|Austria||Joanneum Research, Graz|
|Belgium||Centre for R&D Monitoring (ECOOM) KU Leuven|
|Czech Republic||Library of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Praha|
|Egypt||Academy of scientific research and technology - Egyptian Science, Technology and Innovation Observatory|
|Estonia||Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, University of Tartu, Tartu|
|Finland||Federation of Finnish Learned Societies, Publication Forum, Helsinki|
|France||ESC Rennes School of Business|
|France||GRETHA Univ Bordeaux and CNRS, PESSAC|
|France||Institut Francilien Recherche Innovation Societé (IFRIS), Paris|
|France||Observatoire des Sciences et Techniques, Paris|
|France||Université de Paris Est, Paris|
|Germany||German Centre for Higher Education Research and Science Studies (DZHW), Berlin|
|Germany||Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research|
|Greece||QPlan International, Thessaloniki|
|Greece||SYSTASI CONSULTING, Pilaia Thessaloniki|
|Hungary||IKU Innovation Research Centre, Budapest|
|Iran||Scientific Information Database (SID), 14515-1415|
|Israel||Samuel Neaman Institute, 32000|
|Italy||CNR CERIS, Rome|
|Italy||Department of Computer, Control, and Management Engineering Antonio Ruberti, University of Rome "La Sapienza", Rome|
|Latvia||Latvian Council of Science, Riga|
|Lithuania||Visionary Analytics, LT-03155|
|Netherlands||Amsterdam School of Communication Research (ASCoR), Amsterdam|
|Netherlands||Centre For Higher Education Policy Studies, University of Twente, Enschede|
|Netherlands||Centre for Science and Technology Studies (CWTS) University of Leiden, Leiden|
|Netherlands||NIDAP Research Netherlands, Àmsterdam|
|Poland||International Centre for Decision Sciences and Forecasting, Progress & Business Foundation, Kraków|
|Spain||Cybermetrics Lab. IPP-CSIC, Madrid|
|Spain||INGENIO (CSIC-UPV), Valencia|
|Switzerland||Centre for Organisational Research, University of Lugano, Lugano|
|United Kingdom||Centre for Higher Education Research and Evaluation, Lancaster University, Lancaster|
|United Kingdom||Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship, Strathclyde Business School, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow|
|United Kingdom||Manchester Institute of Innovation Research, University of Manchester|
|United Kingdom||Science and Policy Research Unit, University of Sussex, Brighton|
|United Kingdom||Technopolis Group, Brighton|