One more DTU journal in ESCI and Scopus Index

March 18, 2024

Currently IJKSS is co-organized and managed by DTU. The International Journal of Knowledge and Systems is now included in SCOPUS and ESCIThe mission of IJKSS is to promote the development of knowledge science and systems science and the establishment of the two sciences as a significant academic discipline worldwide. Meanwhile, DTU has dedicated itself to developing international journals in the fields of Chemistry and Physics, and currently is still the only university in the Central region to publish journals listed in Scopus and ESCI. (Media Center)In 2023, the International Journal of Knowledge and Systems Science - IJKSS was approved for inclusion in the ESCI (Emerging Sources Citation Index - Clarivate), with an IF of 1.0. Previously, it had been approved for inclusion in the SCOPUS database.

 

IJKSS was originally founded in Japan in 2000 by Professor Y. Nakamori and Professor Z. T. Wang, the Founding Editor and, in 2003, by Professor J. Gu3 in Guangzhou. Currently IJKSS is co-organized and managed by DTU.

 

The International Journal of Knowledge and Systems is now included in SCOPUS and ESCI

 

The mission of IJKSS is to promote the development of knowledge science and systems science and the establishment of the two sciences as a significant academic discipline worldwide. Targeting professors, students, practitioners and field specialists, this journal covers the development of new paradigms in modelling the of human knowledge process, based on mathematical, technical, social, psychological, and philosophical frameworks. 

 

The DTU International Journal of Knowledge and Systems focuses on the following topics:

 

-

Adaptive Complex Systems

-

Artificial Intelligence and Intelligent Decision Support Systems

-

Complex System Design, Methodologies and Theory

-

Data Science Theory, Methodologies and Technologies

-

Data-driven Knowledge Management Systems

-

Epistemology, Ontology, and Semantics

-

Informatics with Cybernetics and Systems Science

-

Intelligent Information Processing and Computational Emotions

-

Knowledge Acquisition and Management in AI Systems

-

Knowledge Discovery and Engineering

-

Modelling of Human Knowledge Processes and Systems

-

Risk and Catastrophe Management

-

Soft Computing-based Intelligent Systems

-

Systems for Knowledge Creation and Integration

-

Systems Theory

-

Technology Management

 

Currently, IJKSS is classified as Q2 and Q3, specifically:

 

-

Management and Strategy, Technology and Innovation Management, Human Resource Management and Organizational Behavior classified as Q2

-

Decision Science (Information Systems and Management) classified as Q2;

-

Computer Science (Artificial Intelligence and Information Systems) classified as Q3 

 

IJKSS Q-rating by Scopus

 

In 2001, another DTU journal classified as Q2 and entitled: “EAI Endorsed Transactions on Industrial Networks and Intelligent Systems” was added to the SCOPUS database by the Content Selection & Advisory Board (CSAB). 

Meanwhile, DTU has dedicated itself to developing international journals in the fields of Chemistry and Physics, and currently is still the only university in the Central region to publish journals listed in Scopus and ESCI.

 

(Media Center)

 

In 2023, the International Journal of Knowledge and Systems Science - IJKSS was approved for inclusion in the ESCI (Emerging Sources Citation Index - Clarivate), with an IF of 1.0. IJKSS was also added to the ACM, INSPEC and 11 other leading databases. Previously, it had been approved for inclusion in the SCOPUS database.

The source of this news is from Duy Tan University

Popular in Research

1

5 days ago

Conspiracy theory runs wild linking New York City’s 4.8-magnitude earthquake to date of solar eclipse

2

Mar 26, 2024

Diddy's homes in L.A. and Miami are raided by Homeland Security as part of 'sex trafficking probe' after mounting lawsuits

3

Mar 23, 2024

The Solution to the Children’s Mental Health Crisis Won’t Look Like ‘Hell Camp’ on Netflix

4

Mar 27, 2024

Researchers Show Classical Computers Can Keep Up with, and Surpass, Their Quantum Counterparts

5

2 days ago

The rise of Dawn

An MIT philosopher’s call for a civil discussion on gender and sex

2 days ago

Most voters say Biden, Trump both mentally unfit for 2nd term, poll finds

3 days ago

Nasdaq Futures Up 2% as Nvidia Powers Global Rally: Markets Wrap

3 days ago

Meet the former organized-crime prosecutor now overseeing the Trump Organization

6 days ago

Outreach Roundup

3 days ago

MIT course aids social connection, better relationships, and happiness

4 days ago