i-com is an international scientific journal that is devoted to different topics around Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). The journal is supported by the special interest group on “Human-Computer Interaction” (FB MCI) at the German Association for Informatics (GI). We publish “classical” scientific articles but also work covering (design) case studies and work with a strong practice orientation.
On this website we provide calls for articles for future special issues of i-com and an archive of already published (special) issues of i-com. For additional information and for information on how to submit your work to i-com see the publishers homepage of i-com or the i-com page in the website of FB MCI.
The first volume of i-com has been published in 2001. Since Volume 23 (2023) i-com is published as a Golden Open Access journal. The volumes before 2023 are available for free at the publishers website or in the GI Digital Library.
- Scopus Cite Score (2022): 2.8
- CiteScoreTracker 2023: 3.5 (7.11.2023)
- SCImago Journal Rank (2022): 0.431
- Scopus Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP) (2022): 0.629
Most Cited Articles (SCOPUS) 2019 – 2022
- Holzinger A. (2020): “Explainable AI and Multi-Modal Causality in Medicine”, i-com 19(3)
- Riegler A. et al. (2019): “Augmented Reality Windshield Displays and Their Potential to Enhance User Experience in Automated Driving”, i-com 18(2)
- Alt, F.; von Zerschwitz, E. (2019): “Emerging Trends in Usable Security and Privacy”, i-com 18(3)
- Zimmermann, V. et al. (2019): “Assessing Users’ Privacy and Security Concerns of Smart Home Technologies”, i-com 18(3)
- Brandi, M.-L. et al. (2019): “The Interactive Self – A Review on Simulating Social Interactions to Understand the Mechanisms of Social Agency”, i-com 18(1)