This policy describes the guidelines in the publication process of Conference Proceedings. The Conference Committee upholds ethical norms accepted by the international scientific community and is dedicated to preventing any violations of these rules. In particular, the policy also incorporates best practice of authoritative international journals and publishers.
An author (or authors) is an individual who took part in the Conference and then prepared a version of his (her or their) paper to be published.
UNIQUENESS OF ARTICLES AND PLAGIARISM
Articles submitted for publishing should contain the author’s new and original scientific results that were not published elsewhere. The plagiarism is defined as copying and rephrasing other scientific written materials without references.
All scientific articles are subject to peer-review by Editor in chief, who is free to make critical comments regarding the quality and clarity of the written content, compliance with the conference’s profile and novelty and credibility of results and conclusions.
CONFLICT OF INTEREST AND CONFIDENTIALITY
Once admitted, the articles are disclosed in the public domain. The rights to use the published materials are reserved by the Conference Committee. The Chief Editor and the editorial Board members are prohibited from disclosing any information submitted within the articles to anyone outside with the exception of the author, reviewer, and the publisher.