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International Siberian Conference on Control and Communications SIBCON

SIBCON
Paper Submission

Prospective authors are invited to submit papers of their original research contributions describing new results, original ideas, and applications on relevant topics. The abstracts should be sent in English, via webform http://conf.sfu-kras.ru/sibcon or by e-mail sibcon@sfu-kras.ru, in MS Word file, maximum length of four 4 (2129.7cm) pages (with margins at 2.5 cm, 10-point Times New Roman or similar fonts, and single spaced). The manuscripts should contain the following information: paper title, keywords, state-of-the-art in the field of interest, problem statement and objective, description of the contribution (novelty, research methodology), results achieved and their further development and applicability, references, author(s) data (name, title, affiliation, full mailing address, phone and fax numbers, e-mail address), and corresponding author name.

Blind Review Process

SIBCON will utilize a blind review process. It creates anonymity for both authors and reviewers. Reviewers will not be apprised of the authors' names or institutions in the submitted manuscript; such information will be deleted from manuscript before submission. The blind review process is adopted in majority IEEE conferences.

A blind review process greatly assists in the elimination of any perception of bias for or against an author or institution
based on "name" recognition, country, gender, etc. This helps assure authors that:

  • submitted papers are judged equally;
  • submitted papers are judged and not the author(s) and/or their affiliation(s)
  • Paper presentation

    One author registration can cover up to two papers. One of the authors must give a presentation of the paper at the conference.

    A paper not presented takes away a slot from another author and creates a hole in the session, which can inconvenience both the audience and organizers. Therefore, as prescribed by the IEEE regulations, no-show papers will not appear in the Conference Proceedings published at IEEE Xplore nor be considered for publication in the special issues after conference.

    Publication

    The International Program Committee will make the selection of papers. Papers will be reviewed for the technical merit and content. Only original, unpublished contributions will be considered.

    The conference proceedings will be published in English, containing all conference manuscripts, and will be distributed among the conference participants, leading libraries, and international scientific centers. The Proceedings are indexed in IEEE Xplore.

    Notifications of paper acceptance and the preliminary program will be sent to the first author in June 2011.

    Deadline for paper submission is May 31, 2013


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