All submissions will be screened through a plagiarism detection system
EATI’2020 adopted the Committee on Publication Ethics to abide by its best practices. As such, we expected chairs, editors, authors, and reviewers to strictly abide by the Committee on Publication Ethics guidelines. In the case of manipulation of figures, dual submissions, fabricated results, ghost authorship, and other publication malpractice EATI’2020 will invoke the Committee on Publication Ethics guidelines. In case of suspected plagiarism, EATI’2020 will treat the case according to the Committee on Publication Ethicsflowchart on dealing with plagiarism. Click here for more details.
The submission to EATI’2020 has to be original, unpublished and not submitted to other conference simultaneously with the EATI’ 2020. Only the manuscript that has been submitted through EasyChair and abide by the conference format will be considered for the reviewing process. There is initial screening process for all the submitted manuscripts by the general chair to weed out papers that are not suitable for the EATI’2020 conference theme, marginal and poorly written papers with low English quality. All the manuscript submitted to EATI’2020 will be screened through the plagiarism-system: Turnitin to make sure all the submitted papers are original.The papers that are adjudged to be good and relevant to the conference theme will be processed and send to at least THREEindependent Technical Program Committee members. The reviewing model is double-blind peer review, authors name and their affiliation should not appear on the paper. Before final acceptance, all Technical Program Committee members’ review comments must be well-thought-out. The final decision on the accepted papers will be communicated to the authors by the chairs by ensuring that the papers have been revised based on technical program committee comments. Please note that only papers that passed initial screening process and formatted according to the author instructions will proceed to peer review. The paper should be minimum of 8 pages and maximum of 10 in Springer format. The word and Latex template can be found here: