Review Policy


Review Process:

The conference program committee will consider all the papers received by the paper submission deadline to ensure that the proposed submission is relevant to the conference. All papers will be peer reviewed by the conference committee members in order to ensure the publication standard that the proposed subject of the submitted abstract is under the conference theme; the paper is of a suitable length; the standard of English is adequate and the paper is appropriately referenced.

Papers can also be rejected if it does not satisfy the aforementioned criteria.

If a work is accepted for the conference after being evaluated (with or without change requests), the author will receive an official acceptance letter via Email.

Note: Authors should only register for the conference when their article has been accepted.

 

Publication and Conference Policy:

The authors should abide to the guidelines mentioned below before submitting the paper, if any dispute arises during peer review or after acceptance and publication and if authors are unable to give a valid explanation, ICIRMST retains the right to remove a submission from the editing process.

 

Plagiarism

  • Plagiarism, image manipulation, and data fabrication are not tolerated.
  • Plagiarism includes copying research ideas, text, images, or data from another source/research literature, even from the author’s own publications without giving any credit to the original source.
  • Text copied from another source must be reused within quotations, and the original source must be referenced. If the design of a research, or the structure or language of the publication, was inspired by previous research, the corresponding works must be explicitly cited.
  • If plagiarism is detected during the peer review process, the manuscript will be rejected. If plagiarism is detected after publication, we will retract the paper.

 

Copyright

  • As an author/editor of a work, you may be responsible for overseeing the inclusion of third party content. By ‘third party content’ we mean any work that you have not created yourself and which you have reproduced or adapted from other sources.
  • Authors remain fully responsible for ensuring that they have obtained, documented and paid for (when applicable), all necessary rights to use third party content in their works. If authors chose to reuse third party content from a previous edition of their work, they are also responsible for ensuring they obtained permission from the third party for new editions.