Peer-reviewed publications

Graph showing the total number of peer-reviewed publications per year since 2013, divided into
publications realized in cooperation with other IZW departments (lower, dark portion) and without
(upper, brighter portion). The years 2017 – 2019 are marked in light and dark blue. Values for 2019
are preliminary.
As can be seen, a large proportion of our research is carried out in close cooperation with our
colleagues from the other departments at the IZW.


Bar chart displaying the mean and median impact factors (corresponding JCR reports 2012-2018)
of the department’s publications since 2013.
The most recent years 2017 – 2019 are marked in dark blue and dark red.
Values for 2019 are preliminary.


Bar chart displaying the ten scientific journals in which we have published most often during the
last three years.


Bar chart displaying the ten highest ranked scientific journals we have published in during the
last three years (2017-2019), sorted by impact factor (JCR 2018).
*Signatories of “A scientists note to humanity” only
As increasingly realized by many others, we would like to emphasize that we do not see impact
factors as a worthy criterion for academic assessments.
Bar chart displaying the number of publications (X-axis) sorted by year (color) and journal (Y-axis).
The chart also indicates the distribution of our publications across journals during the last three
years: 61 publications in 37 different journals.
Journals are listed in alphabetical order.


Last updated on July 25, 2019