Scientific communication and international mobility are essential for the overall training of young scientists, and international cooperation has been directly linked to high-quality science and innovation.

Highly skilled and well-educated workers, such as scientists and scholars, transfer their knowledge from one place to another through geographical migration. Given this situation, it is important to understand the dynamics, location factors, and knowledge flow associated with the mobility decisions of scientists and researchers.

Here we are dedicated to map the scientific mobility situation across the country, whereby further development and assistant could be achieved.