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HIGHLIGHTS OF DE GRUYTER IMPACT FACTOR PERFORMANCE IN 2015

158 of our journals are currently listed in the Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports and received an Impact Factor for 2015.

The following journals are newly included in the Journal Citation Report: 

  • Applied Linguistics Review (0,500)
  • Computational Methods in Applied Mathematics (0,673)
  • Entrepreneurship Research Journal (0,515)

86 of the indexed titles have increased their Impact Factor compared to last year whereof the following journals have noted exceptional growth of Impact Factor value:

  • Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine: from 2,707 to 3,017
  • Geochronometria: from 0,723 to 2,038
  • Geologica Carpathica: from 0,761 to 1,523
  • Intercultural Pragmatics: from 0,405 to 1,070
  • Nanotechnology Reviews: from 1,273 to 2,044
  • Reviews in Mineralogy & Geochemistry: from 4,760 to 6,120
  • Zeitschrift für Kristallographie - Crystalline Materials: from 1,310 to 2,560

35 titles are listed in the first two quartiles of their categories, 12 of them in the first quartile. Among journals listed in the first quartile, 6 are mathematical titles. The following journals have exceptionally high ranks.

The following journals have exceptionally high ranks:

  • Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine: rank 5/30 in Medical Laboratory Technology
  • Cognitive Linguistics: rank 29/179 in Linguistics
  • Fractional Calculus and Applied Analysis: rank 10/312 in Mathematics, 9/254 in Applied Mathematics and 15/101 in Mathematics, Interdisciplinary Applications
  • Holzforschung: rank 14/66 in Forestry and 3/21 in Materials Science, Paper & Wood
  • Journal für die reine und angewandte Mathematik (Crelle's Journal): rank 18/312 in Mathematics
  • Nanophotonics: rank 20/145 in Applied Physics, 42/271 in Multidisciplinary Chemistry, 24/83 in Multidisciplinary Materials Science and 9/90 in Optics
  • Reviews in Mineralogy & Geochemistry: rank 4/81 in Geochemistry & Geophysics and 1/29 in Mineralogy