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PhD Ines Kožuh

PhD Ines Kožuh
no.: 34497 source: ARIS

researcher – active in research organisation
E-mail ines.kozuhat signum.si
Foreign language skills
Research activity

Code Science Field Subfield
7.02.00  Interdisciplinary research  Interdisciplinary research   
Points
504.25
A''
142.01
A'
318.35
A1/2
345.71
CI10
187
CImax
33
h10
9
A1
1.87
A3
0
Data for the last 5 years (citations for the last 10 years) on May 20, 2024; A3 for period 2018-2022 (update for tender in 2023: NO)
Data for ARIS tenders ( 12.01.2024 – Project tender, archive )
Database Linked records Citations Pure citations Average pure citations
WoS 25  155  137  5.48 
Scopus 33  220  185  5.61 
Doctoral dissertations and other final papers Show
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Employments
source: ARIS
Type of employment Research org. Research group
Full time employment (120%, RD:20%)  University of Maribor, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science  Institute of Automation 
Research projects Legend
source: ARIS
no. Code Title Period Head No. of publications
1. L5-7626  Smart ICT Solutions for Active and Healthy Ageing: Integrating Informal e-Care Services in Slovenia   2016 - 2018  PhD Vesna Dolničar  2,840 
ARIS research and infrastructure programmes Legend
source: ARIS
no. Code Title Period Head No. of publications
1. P2-0368  Optical sensors and advanced interactive interfaces   2013 - 2016  PhD Denis Đonlagić  1,118 
2. P2-0368  Optični senzorji in napredni interaktivni vmesniki (Slovene)   2011 - 2012  PhD Denis Đonlagić  1,365 
Biography
Dr. Ines Kožuh is an Assistant Professor and the Head of the Study Programme Media Communications at the University of Maribor in Slovenia. She is also the Deputy Head of the Institute of Media Communications. She gained her Ph.D. at the same university in cooperation with the University of Education, Heidelberg, Germany. In 2013, the German Academic Exchange Service awarded her for research in Germany. Her undergraduate study was financed by the Radio and Television Corporation in Slovenia, and the Slovenian Research Agency funded her Ph.D. study. She also works as a European Commission expert in evaluating project proposals. Her bibliography comprises over 100 items, with around 20 original scientific papers. In her research, she deals mainly with user audiences and their perceptions of using contemporary digital technologies. Her research addresses various types of user audiences, such as children, students and persons with hearing loss, along with multiple types of media/technologies, such as social media.
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