International Journal of Computational Intelligence Systems

ISSN: 1875-6883

The International Journal of Computational Intelligence Systems (IJCIS) is a scientific journal covering state-of-the-art research and development in all aspects of applied computational intelligence.

IJCIS is indexed in the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ). IJCIS is also indexed in major indexes including SCI, Scopus, CNKI and Compendex.

IJCIS is an Open Access journal, allowing for a maximum exposure of its papers. As of 1 May 2018 an APC of 850 euro is requested.

The current SCI Impact factor of IJCIS for 2017 is 2, which is an increase of almost 100% compared to the 2016 Impact Factor!

As for Scopus Citescore, IJCIS is now at 1.89 and positioned in the top 25% of Computer Science journals.

IJCIS is the official publication of the European Society for Fuzzy Logic and Technologies.

News

Sharp increase impact factor

In the last release of the SCI impact factors (June 2018), IJCIS saw a sharp increase from 1,14 to 2, which is almost a 100% increase! This historic jump is mainly due to the great work down by our editors, authors and reviewers. Also, the fact that IJCIS has become a fully Open Access since 2017, thus generating over 300k full-text downloads during the past 2 years, has greatly improved its visibility and increased the number of citations.

30% increase of the Scopus Citescore

IJCIS's Scopus Citescore was 1.57 in 2016. In 2017, it is 1.89. Atlantis Press is very proud about this result and would like to thank especially the Editors-in-Chief, Prof. Dr. L. Martínez Lopez and Prof. Dr. J. Lu, but also all the editors and the editorial assistant, Dr. Rosa Mª. Rodríguez, for their excellent work.

IJCIS to use Editorial Manager

Atlantis Press is very excited to announce the launch of the leading submission system for scholarly journals, Editorial Manager, for IJCIS. From May 1st, 2018 onwards all new manuscripts have to be submitted through Editorial Manager. This highly effective submission system will help to shorten the editorial process and to simplify your work as authors, reviewers and editors.