Semantic Web journal Impact Factor

OUTDATED, see IF 2017 for new data.

The Semantic Web journal just got an impact factor, and it's excellent indeed.

If you search the Journal Citation Reports system for all journals which have "Web" in their title, you find 7 of them. SWJ tops the list with 1.786, and the next best one is Springer's "World Wide Web - Internet and Web Information Systems" with 1.539.

The full list is as follows:

Call for Papers: Special Issue on Semantic Technologies and Interoperability in the Built Environment

Call for papers: Special Issue on

Semantic Technologies and Interoperability in the Built Environment

Description of the topic

The built environment encompasses a variety of artefacts ranging from buildings to infrastructures. These artefacts are related at different scales –from the singular building, furniture, street lights… to the entire city–, and are interlinked in multiple ways –buildings connected to supply infrastructures and transport networks, buildings defining public spaces–.

Call for Special Issue Proposals on Emerging Topics

The Semantic Web journal call for proposals for special issues on emerging topics related to Semantic Web research. To submit a proposal, please send the following information to the Editors-in-Chief.

Submission deadline for proposals: May 15, 2015
Notification: May 30, 2015

Semantic Web journal: Special Call for Linked Dataset Descriptions

Linked Data is a key enabler for the Semantic Web vision and one of the steps towards a truly "Semantic Web".

The Semantic Web journal calls for brief papers (usually about 5-8 pages) containing a concise description of a Linked Dataset. The paper shall describe in concise and clear terms key characteristics of the dataset as a guide to its usage for various (possibly unforeseen) purposes. In particular, such a paper shall typically give information, amongst others, on the following aspects of the dataset (if applicable).