Submission

SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS:

Paper Submission:


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Final Camera-Ready Paper Submission Guidelines

Final papers should be no more than 12 - 15 pages maximum  (including abstract, references, appendix, etc.). However, longer papers may be considered wherever it's absolutely necessary. Please consult the editor and explain your case when the paper is expected to be longer than 15 pages.​​​​

Final camera-ready papers will NOT be accepted without a formal PDF plagiarism report from https://www.ithenticate.com/ or https://www.turnitin.com/.

                                                                                    

Authorship, Presentation & Publication:


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Paper Submission Review Process:


SUBMISSION PROCESS:



REVIEW PROCESS CRITERIA: 


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Paper Focus:


The conference proceedings also welcome review or tutorial articles and other works that provide useful summaries, background information, or introductions to specific fields of research. We also welcome articles that provide a historical perspective or review. The publisher understands that the specifics of the review process will need to be according to the community’s and conference’s traditions or expectations. Keep in mind that although proceedings include a broader range of article types, they should not include poor quality or inferior work that is fundamentally unworthy of publication.


Each manuscript will be evaluated according to the following minimum criteria.


Contribution: Would the publication of the article make a positive contribution to the scientific literature? What would you gain by reading it?


An article’s contribution does not need to be new or unpublished results; for example, it can have the following attributes:


Include an abstract (with a sufficient summary of the paper and outline of goals, results, and conclusion, including conveying sufficient understanding when read in isolation from the paper)


Poorly written papers will be returned to the authors for re-writing or will be rejected if the author is unable or unwilling to make the recommended improvements.


References

References will depend on the type of article; however, here are some general questions you may like to consider.


Reference: https://publishing.aip.org/conference-proceedings-questionnaire-ver2/

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