Knowing about new research in my field helps keep my work informed and relevant. However, I rarely remember to log into IEEE Xplore, Springer, or Science Direct to see what’s new in top computer vision journals. Recently, I saw mention of using RSS to keep up with research on Productive Scholar.

It took a bit of searching, but eventually, I found RSS feeds for many of the journals I’m interested in and loaded them into google reader. It is now quick to scroll through new abstracts as papers appear on-line prior to publication. Below are links to RSS feeds for some computer vision journals I’m keeping up with.

RSS Feeds for Computer Vision Journals

Finding RSS Feeds for Other Journals

It takes a bit of hunting sometimes, but I can’t imagine that a journal would not have RSS these days. IEEE Journals are easy to find, and I found that inezha.com was a good resource for finding some of the other ones I have listed.

Any good feeds I missed?
Other good ideas for keeping current?

Leave them in the comments.

One thought on “RSS Feeds for Scientific Journals

  1. The cs.CV feeds from arxiv is also useful, though the papers vary widely in quality.

    Other than that, I have a feed from one shawnlankton.com (:

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