I'm currently looking at the requirements of a (Comp. Sci.) job that seems to only take into account "ISI-indexed publications". I'm vaguely aware of what ISI is and so forth, but I'm struggling to find a definitive list of ISI-indexed venues, or what "ISI-indexed publications" means.
Or at least I hope it doesn't mean what I think it does ...
I found the following list on the Thomson Reuters' page as a journal list for science. However, the list doesn't contain any conferences (even the "big ones" like WWW, (P)VLDB, SIGMOD, etc.) and a few journals I would expect to be on there aren't.
Would I be correct to say that any Comp. Sci. venue not on that list is not "ISI-indexed"?
Is this "ISI-indexed-only" restriction common?
(If so, seems quite antiquated really. Not being able to mention good, highly-cited, highly-selective conference papers sucks.)