Impact Factor 2017
We are proud to announce that according to the new 2018 JCR, the impact factor of our journal was substantially improved from 0.696 in 2016 to 1.066 in 2017. The 5 year impact factor is now 0.863.
This is the highest impact factor in the 24 year history of our journal.
First, we would therefore like to thank the members of the J.UCS consortium for their valuable support which enables us to continue to offer J.UCS as an open access journal.
Second, we also thank all members of our editorial board for their dedicated support and excellent work which made this increase of the impact factor possible. Their efforts and hard work helped us to keep up the high standard of the journal which is an essential prerequisite for this achievement.
J.UCS Pre-publishing Policy
J.UCS is an open access journal without submission, publication or access charges. Since the financing of the journal depends on the citation values, access and download numbers, it is mandatory that the full text of articles published in J.UCS is only available from the J.UCS site. For this reason, pre-publishing of articles which are submitted to J.UCS on such sites as for example ArXiv is not allowed.
J.UCS information is also published on Facebook, Twitter and Google+. Please follow J.UCS news as well as like and share content at
As of January 2012, J.UCS is run by a consortium consisting of nine research organisations, listed in what follows in alphabetical order:
The editorial team is headed by Dana Kaiser (email@example.com).
For more details concerning the J.UCS Consortium have a look at http://www.jucs.org/jucs_info/aims/jucs_consortium_agreement.html.
If you and your organization are interested in joining the J.UCS Consortium, please contact the Managing Editor, Christian Guetl, at Christian.Guetl@iicm.tu-graz.ac.at.
J.UCS SupportersJ.UCS acknowledges the support of Leibniz Information Centre for Economics (ZBW, "Leibniz-Informationszentrum Wirtschaf").
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)All articles and issues including Volume 18, have been assigned a digital object identifier.
In 2008, a significant new addition to the J.UCS publishing system was made: each published article and issue has been assigned a Digital Object Identifier (DOI) which can be found above the abstracts. We thankfully acknowledge the support and help of the staff of the library of the Graz University of Technology for accomplishing the gargantuan task of registering all published papers.
You are cordially invited to download a new information folder about J.UCS which you can freely distribute to promote J.UCS at meetings, conferences and workshops and to attract new editors. Members of the editorial board can contact Dana Kaiser (firstname.lastname@example.org) to order the printed folders.
We are convinced that open access has made J.UCS a very attractive journal: a high-quality, peer-reviewed journal published in an electronic edition and annually in printed form. (The latter will still have to be paid for since the printing costs and postage must be covered by the sale.)
J.UCS would like to thank external reviewers for their support and help with the evaluation of submissions to our journal.
J.UCS accepts submission from all areas of computer science. The submitted article must be an original contribution and may not be submitted to or already have been published in another journal. Furthermore, the article has to be a self-contained entity, i.e. the paper can be understood without knowledge of any previous articles published in J.UCS or elsewhere.
Submissions will only be dealt with if
The copyright transfer statement can be downloaded from http://www.jucs.org/ujs/jucs/info/submissions/copyright.html.
The submission is sent to the members of the J.UCS editorial board. If at least three reviewers sign up for a review of the paper, the submission is admitted to the evaluation process. The authors are notified about the status of their submission within approximately 4 weeks. If we fail to find the required number of reviewers, the authors are notified and can submit their paper to another journal of their choice after the notification.