Conference Operating Agreement

IT IS AGREED as follows:

1. GENERAL STATEMENTS

The Conference Organizers undertake a commitment to place the following URL https://ieeesiberia.org/rules/ in a prominent place of the Conference website.

The Conference referred to in this agreement shall be conducted in accordance with IEEE's bylaws and policies, including, but not limited to, the IEEE Conference Organization Manual. The prime objective of the conference is to discuss issues and ideas relating to the specific topics, providing IEEE members, other individuals and organizations with information and exhibits to assist in the advancement of electrical and electronics engineering and the related arts and sciences, which should benefit the interests of IEEE membership and the greater technical community.

If the Conference Organizers also plan to publish the IEEE Conference Proceedings – the collection of technical papers, presented at a conference – they should apply to the IEEE Conference Publications Program.

2. AUTHORSHIP AND PUBLICATION POLICY

All the papers must contain the original (unpublished) results of the research and be substantially different from previously published papers. Each author can be a co-author of up to 3 papers submitted to the Conference.

Self-citation must be limited to 20% of the entire list of references and up to 3 references if the list exceeds 15 positions. It is possible to include excessive self-references as footnote links

The virtual poster session as a form of participation is not allowed.

NO-SHOW POLICY: Conference Organizers must notify authors prior to, or at the time of, submission that they are expected to be present at the meeting to deliver the paper in order for their paper to be considered for inclusion in the IEEE Conference Proceedings.

3. PEER REVIEW

All conference papers must go through the peer review process to make sure they meet the necessary standards for acceptance and publication. Before the peer review the originality of the papers must be checked using the IEEE plagiarism detection tools and interpreted in accordance with the PSPB Operations Manual https://www.ieee.org/content/dam/ieee-org/ieee/web/org/pubs/Level_description.pdf

Papers, containing uncredited verbatim copying of individual elements (paragraph(s), sentence(s), illustration(s), etc.) resulting in a significant portion (up to 20%) within a paper, cannot be accepted for the peer review process. It’s strongly suggested to report the incidents to the IEEE IPR Office.

Each paper must be reviewed by at least two independent reviewers (not a co-author or collaborator, not from the same institution, not a former student/advisor, etc.) who are knowledgeable on the subject matter of the Conference. The peer review process must be organized in a way to provide access to all reviews on each accepted and rejected paper by request from any of the Conference Sponsors within 30 (thirty) days.

During the peer review process it’s strongly suggested to look for