The 2011 Impact Factors published by Thomson Reuters, once again show significant growth for many of the journals published by IOP Publishing (IOP) for the eighth year running.
This year, 34 of the titles published by IOP have seen an increase in citations from last year. Additionally, 17 titles have had an increase of over 10% and 50% of IOP’s journals have Impact Factors above 2.000.
Nicola Gulley, Editorial Director at IOP Publishing said: “We are delighted with these results. Once again, the quality and influence of the journals published by IOP has been recognised. In many cases the journals are now leaders in their fields. This is a great recognition of the work of the authors, referees, boards and editors who continue to contribute to the success of the journals.”
There were high performances from individual journals including: