Guideline for Authors

Authorship

An authorship is generally considered to be an individual who has made substantial intellectual contributions to the paper. Individuals satisfying the criteria of authorship should be included as authors. The authorship can be changed with appropriate reasons before paper publication with the consents of all authors.

Originality

Papers should be original and not published in any other conference before. Authors should ensure that their work is under our conference’s review only. Parallel submission will lead to immediate rejection. Plagiarism or self-plagiarism in any form will never be acceptable.

We suggest all authors should cross check the manuscripts with iThenticate before submission. (www.iThenticate.com)

Competing Interests

Authors are accountable for disclosing any competing interests while submitting the paper, which will help editors be aware of any potential bias in editorial review.

Data Access

During the review process, authors may be asked to provide data included in the study for the purpose of evaluating the paper. It’s the obligation of authors to keep such data accessible.

Human Subjects and Animals

Experiments involving human subjects or animals must have been approved by the authors’ institution, and comply with all relevant ethical guidelines, policies and requirements. The conference will not accept research papers without pertinent statement in the manuscript if human subjects or animals get involved in the research.