July 21-23, 2019
June 20, 2019
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|Dec 26-28, 2019|
|2019 International Conference on Materials Science and Engineering (ICMSE 2019)||Kyoto, Japan||Sept 10. 2019|
|2019 International Conference on Built Environment Eco-Design (ICBEED 2019)||Kyoto, Japan||Sept 10. 2019|
|March 13-15, 2020|
Prague, Czech Republic
Dece 10, 2019
How to Submit a Paper
IBERI conferences provide an appropriate forum for the oral presentations and discussions of all acceptedpapers. When submitting a paper to a conference, it is assumed that, once accepted, at least one author is present at the meeting to orally present the paper. In the event that circumstances unknown at the time of submission or of acceptance of a paper preclude its presentation by an author, arrangements for substitutes should be made. To reduce no-shows to the IBERI events, the advance registration before submitting of the final manuscript is enforced.
All presented papers enter the 'best paper lane' for potentially having an extended version invited for journal .
Paper submission is handled electronically by the IBERI site. In order to submit a paper you must follow the steps
+Visit the conference page
+Visit the “Submission Page”
+There is one method for each conference. That is Electronic Submission System.
+If you can't login the Electronic Submission System, please try to contact the conference secretary's E-mail .
In any E-mail exchange with the organizers and logistics, please include the following items in the email subject: (i) Conference Name and the (ii) Paper ID.
Withdrawal and Plagiarism policy
IBERI encourages young researches, professors, and engineers to submit new idea papers, practical results, lessons learn, as well as any substantial contributions to the scientific community.
We strongly advise that the papers be carefully edited to improve the legibility of the text. The length of the originally submitted papers must not vary too much from the camera ready version.
While withdrawing a paper may happen in a limited number of cases, we support the fairness of the submission. Please take note of the following with respect to paper submissions:
(i) A submission SHOULD NOT be intended to get reviews from the TPC for the sole purpose of improving on the quality of the paper. A submission implies that the author intends to ultimately register the paper upon a favorable response from the organizers. IBERI doesn’t encourage withdrawals after the paper is accepted.
(ii) Once submitted, a contribution should not be resubmitted to another event before a conformation of acceptance or rejection. As e-mail may fail, it is the responsibility of the authors to ensure there is no double submission based on an assumption that the paper was rejected, but the e-mail failed to be received. IBERI doesn’t support double submissions. Once a paper is submitted elsewhere, and no decision was clearly received, don’t submit the same paper to IBERI conferences.
(iii) Small amounts of already published material are allowed in any submission, under the condition that the source be clearly identified. If the reference is missing [quotes and citation], and the paper is published, the publishing authors must write a letter of apology to the original author. If the paper is not published, the review process must enforce the authors to make this reference; publication process continues only after the text was properly corrected.
(iv) IBERI fully follows plagiarism polices of other organizations and cooperates with them to enforce them.
If plagiarism is discovered during the review process, the paper is automatically rejected; the author must explain the cause and write a letter of apology to the original author.
IBERI and its contractors ensure to the best of their ability that the scheduled events will take place in a most welcoming manner, both from a technical stand point, as well as attendees' well being perspective. Certain events beyond our control may occur, which can directly affect the event schedule and/or participants' security and health. Such cases can be earth quakes, major floods, hurricanes, contagious disease epidemics, hostile social movements, wars, general strikes, and dysfunctional infrastructure (e.g., transportation, food, police).
In cases falling under the above described scenarios, IBERI reserves the right to relocate the event, postpone the event, adapt the offered services. Additionally, the above described situations can affect the ability to deliver other local services (e.g., shuttle, shows, social events, etc.).
IBERI and its contractors commit to professionally handle the submissions, ensure their publication, and eventually provide the CD proceedings to the authors who registered for the event.
IBERI and its contractors do not carry any insurance against event cancellation, postponement, relocation to alternate premises, or non-appearance of attractions.
To this effect, you are encouraged to purchase individual insurance on your own.
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