In this post, apart from Frontiers in Sustainable Cities Impact Factor, I have tried to compile all the necessary information a research scholar would seek before publishing an article in the journal.
About Frontiers in Sustainable Cities Journal
Frontiers in Sustainable Cities explores innovations in our approach to future urban living, to address the challenges cities are facing.
Frontiers in Sustainable Cities Impact Factor
Impact Factor (IF) or often called journal impact factor (JIF) is an index provided by an analytics company named Clarivate. The impact factor is calculated by dividing the number of times the articles are cited in the last two years by the total number of publications in those two years.
- Total Citations in 2020 and 2021 = 500
- Total Number of Publications in 2020 and 2021 = 100
- Impact Factor of the Journal in 2022 = 500/100 = 5
Frontiers in Sustainable Cities Impact Factor (2017-2021)
- Frontiers in Sustainable Cities Impact Factor 2017 –
- Frontiers in Sustainable Cities Impact Factor 2018 –
- Frontiers in Sustainable Cities Impact Factor 2019 –
- Frontiers in Sustainable Cities Impact Factor 2020 –
- Frontiers in Sustainable Cities Impact Factor 2021 – (updated 29 June 2022)
Frontiers in Sustainable Cities Impact Factor 2022
Frontiers in Sustainable Cities H-index
The h index is a metric for evaluating the cumulative impact of an author’s scholarly output and performance; measures quantity with quality by comparing publications to citations.
The h index of Frontiers in Sustainable Cities Journal is NA, which means among all the published articles in this journal, NA of these publications have received at least NA citations each.
Frontiers in Sustainable Cities Journal Metrics
Frontiers in Sustainable Cities CiteScore
CiteScore (CS) of an academic journal is a measure reflecting the yearly average number of citations to recent articles published in that journal.
The CiteScore of Frontiers in Sustainable Cities is 1.1
Frontiers in Sustainable Cities SCImago Rank
The SCImago Journal Rank (SJR) indicator is a measure of the scientific influence of scholarly journals that accounts for both the number of citations received by a journal and the importance or prestige of the journals where the citations come from.
|Year||SCImago Journal Rank (SJR)|
Frontiers in Sustainable Cities Editorial Board Members
- Field Chief Editor | James Evans
A complete list of Editorial Board members can be found here
Frontiers in Sustainable Cities Publication Fee (APC)
|Journal||A Type Articles||B Type Articles||C Type Articles||D Type Articles|
|Frontiers in Sustainable Cities||US$ 1,260||US$ 765||US$ 490||Free|
A-Type Articles: Original Research, Systematic Review, Methods, Review, Policy and Practice Reviews, Hypothesis & Theory, Technology and Code
B-Type Articles: Mini Review, Perspective, Brief Research Report
C-Type Articles: Data Report, General Commentary, Opinion
D-Type Articles: Correction, Editorial.
Frontiers in Sustainable Cities Review Time
Frontiers in Sustainable Cities prioritize rapid publication and uses single-blind peer review
|Decision time immediate rejection||Within 7 days|
|Duration of first review round||Around 1-2 months|
|Accepted to publishing time||Around 32 days|
|Total handling time accepted manuscripts||Around 77 days|
Frontiers in Sustainable Cities Reference Style
Frontiers in Sustainable Cities use Harvard (Author-Date)
Harvard Reference Style
ARTICLE IN A PRINT JOURNAL
Sondheimer, N., and Lindquist, S. (2000). Rnq1: an epigenetic modifier of protein function in yeast. Mol. Cell. 5, 163-172.
ARTICLE IN AN ONLINE JOURNAL
Tahimic, C.G.T., Wang, Y., Bikle, D.D. (2013). Anabolic effects of IGF-1 signaling on the skeleton. Front. Endocrinol. 4:6. doi: 10.3389/fendo.2013.00006
ARTICLE OR CHAPTER IN A BOOK
Sorenson, P. W., and Caprio, J. C. (1998). “Chemoreception,” in The Physiology of Fishes, ed. D. H. Evans (Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press), 375-405.
Cowan, W. M., Jessell, T. M., and Zipursky, S. L. (1997). Molecular and Cellular Approaches to Neural Development. New York: Oxford University Press.
Hendricks, J., Applebaum, R., and Kunkel, S. (2010). A world apart? Bridging the gap between theory and applied social gerontology. Gerontologist 50, 284-293. Abstract retrieved from Abstracts in Social Gerontology database. (Accession No. 50360869)
World Health Organization. (2018). E. coli. https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/e-coli [Accessed March 15, 2018].
Marshall, S. P. (2000). Method and apparatus for eye tracking and monitoring pupil dilation to evaluate cognitive activity. U.S. Patent No 6,090,051. Washington, DC: U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Perdiguero P, Venturas M, Cervera MT, Gil L, Collada C. Data from: Massive sequencing of Ulms minor’s transcriptome provides new molecular tools for a genus under the constant threat of Dutch elm disease. Dryad Digital Repository. (2015) http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.ps837
THESES AND DISSERTATIONS
Smith, J. (2008) Post-structuralist discourse relative to phenomological pursuits in the deconstructivist arena. [dissertation/master’s thesis]. [Chicago (IL)]: University of Chicago
Smith, J. (2008). Title of the document. Preprint repository name [Preprint]. Available at: https://persistent-url (Accessed March 15, 2018).
Frontiers in Sustainable Cities Reference Style
Frontiers in Sustainable Cities Abbreviation
The ISO 4 standard abbreviation for abstracting, indexing, and referencing purposes of Frontiers in Sustainable Cities is “Front. Sustain. Cities.“
Frontiers in Sustainable Cities Acceptance Rate
The acceptance rate of a journal is the ratio of the number of articles submitted to the number of articles published.
The acceptance rate for 2021 was on average 60% across all Frontiers journals and as low as 21% in some journals.
Frontiers in Sustainable Cities Indexed in
Science is indexed in Scopus, SCImago, Web of Science, and UGC journal ranking