Review Criteria

All submitted abstracts and papers will be reviewed by the members of the Scientific Committee.

 

Review criteria for abstracts 

  • Suitability for the topic. Does the abstract fit into the topic? Abstracts with inappropriate contents or commercial advertisements will be rejected.
  • Quality of research goals. Appropriately chosen and documented methods, logical presentation and analysis of results, findings, inferences and conclusions.
  • Novelty and significance of the work, and implications for practices, policies or further research. Considered as oral presentations will be only those contributions where significant results are already documented in the abstract in order to avoid a situation in which the "promises of the abstracts" cannot be fulfilled.
  • Standard of writing, clear and logical presentation, appropriate style, lack of errors, ease of reading, correct grammar and spelling, conformance with specifications for length and format details.

 

Depending on the content and quality of the abstract, the author may be invited to have an oral presentation or to present a poster at the conference. 

Acceptance of the abstract does not guarantee acceptance of the paper for the proceedings. 

All authors will be asked to register and pay the conference fee to present their work.

Only abstracts presented at the conference (oral or poster) will be published in the proceedings. 

Review criteria for full papers

  • Quality of research goals: Appropriately chosen and documented methods, logical presentation and analysis of results, findings, inferences and conclusions.
  • Originality: The measure of the creativity or inventiveness of the author, including new concepts, techniques, and methods.
  • Significance: The importance or worth of the reported work.
  • Completeness: The oneness or wholeness of the work. In this usage, the reported work should be marked by a unity and continuity of parts and show interdependence between these parts.
  • Acknowledgment: The adequate and accurate use of references to attribute the work of others.
  • Organization: The careful planning and logical structure of the manuscript.
  • Clarity: Standard of writing, correctness of English spelling and grammar, as well as the clear presentation of tables, graphs, and illustrations, clear and logical presentation, appropriate style, lack of errors, ease of reading, conformance with specifications for length and format details.


Depending on the quality of the paper, the author will be asked by the reviewer to make revisions before the final publication.