Web of Science

The Web of Science (WoS) database is one of the most important multidisciplinary databases that are focused on collecting bibliographic data from selected scientific sources (collections, journals, articles) and at the same time focus on collecting data on citation responses of scientific works and their authors. Citation responses can be a good guide, with the help of which, among other things, current scientific trends of the topic can be recognized. An important indicator when searching in citation databases is especially the so-called impact factor (for journals) and citation response (for the author of the article). The citation databases Web of Science (including Journal Citation Reports) and Scopus are available at UJEP.

Web of Science Core Collection (1900 – present, over 18 thousand periodicals)

Science Citation Index Expanded (1945 – present)
Social Sciences Citation Index (1977 – present)
Arts and Humanities Citation Index (1977 – present)
Emerging Sources Citation Index (2015 – present)
Conference Proceedings (1990 – present) – two series: Science&Technology Edition, Social Sciences & Human Edition
Current Chemical Reactions (1986 – present)
Index Chemicus (1993 – present)

Journal Citation Reports is a database focused on providing the results of citation analyzes for specific journals.

Additional databases:
KCI Korean Journal Database (1980–present)
Russian Science Citation Index (2005–present)
SciELO Citation Index (1997–present)

Access to the WoS database:
from the university PC network
outside the university PC network

Bc. Jiří Mašek