Conference Peer Review
Peer review is the evaluation of a scientific work by one or more people in the same field to make sure it meets the necessary standards for presentation and publication. Peer review is vital to the quality of published research. The Conference Scientific Committee is the competent authority in taking decision(s) on selection or rejection of the manuscripts of all the manuscripts submitted.
Double-Blind Peer Review
All manuscripts submitted for conference presentation and for publication in the Conference proceedings are subject to a double-blind peer review process. The conference uses double-blind review, which means that the identities of both reviewer and author are hidden, throughout the review process. During the peer review process, the content will be assessed in terms of Validity, Scope, Novelty, Data, Clarity, Compliance, and Advancement. Reviewers invest a huge amount of time and expertise in the peer review process.