Article submission requirements

Articles are submitted through the EasyChair conference platform.

When registering for the Easy Chair for the first time, you must enter your first and last name in the Latin alphabet. The first and last name must match the last name and first name chosen by the author in Scopus as preferred. If the author does not have a Scopus account, enter the first and last name as they

appear in the passport. Information about the co-authors of the article: Please find out in advance the names, surnames (in Latin) and email addresses of the co-authors. Carefully make sure that this data is entered correctly when submitting an article to EasyChair.

Requirements for articles:

The conference plans to publish a collection of papers indexed by the international Scopus database.

In the proceedings of the conference, original, previously unpublished articles are published containing new scientific results obtained by the authors that are of international interest. Articles are published for a wide international English-speaking readership. The language of the articles is only English.

Preference is given to articles containing new results of experiments, field observations, monitoring, etc. Articles based on calculations should include model verification or

comparison of results with experiment, field observations, etc. Articles based on theoretical studies should include model verification or comparison of results with experiment, field observations, etc.

Reviews, essays, etc. are not published.

The volume of articles is from 6 to 8 pages.

Articles are accepted strictly on the subject of the conference.

One person can be an author / co-author of no more than two articles.

Article structure

Articles with a structure corresponding to the international IMRAD standard are accepted for consideration:

Introduction. A section that begins with a description of the research object, then the relevance of the research is formulated.

A review of the world literature is presented, confirming the absence of a solution to this problem in the literary sources and indicating the predecessors on whose research the work is based. Further, the goal of the study arising from the results of the literature review, and a list of tasks to be solved are formulated.

Methods.This section describes in detail the chosen research method. The method should be scheduled in such a way that another researcher can reproduce it.

Results and Discussion It is recommended to present the results mainly in the form of tables, graphs and other illustrations. This section includes an analysis of the results obtained, their interpretation, comparison with the results of other authors with links to their publications.

Conclusions, which briefly summarizes the results of scientific research. The conclusion contains numbered conclusions, briefly formulating the main scientific results of the article as the relationships (links)

established by the authors between the parameters of the research object. Conclusions should logically correspond to the tasks set at the beginning of the article.

Acknowledgements This section is optional, it expresses gratitude for the financial, informational and other support provided during the writing of the article.

Article title. The title is the first element of the article that a potential reader sees. The exact title determines the high citation rate of the article.

The title of the article in the conference proceedings is the definition of the object of research in the form "closest genus + species difference". In exceptional cases, an indication of the research method is added to the definition of the research object.

Please do not include in the title:

• words that indicate the process of research (eg, analysis, evaluation, research, study, application, search, definition, solution, calculation);

• words indicating relevance (new, modern, relevant);

• words indicating superiority (best, most / least profitable, optimal, most); (best, most / least profitable, optimal, most);

• general introductory constructions and words (to the question about, from the point of view, some features, questions, problems);

• abbreviations.

The use of verbs in the title of the article is excluded. Recommended length of the title is 7 words (excluding prepositions and conjunctions).

Annotation to the article

The abstract of the article performs an important representative function in all information bases and is a source of information independent of the article. The purpose of the abstract is to give the reader an idea of the content of the article without reading the full text.

The annotations should be:

informative (do not contain general words);

meaningful (reflect the main content of the article and research results);

structured (follow the structure of the article);


The information contained in the title of the article should not be repeated (retold) in the text of the abstract. The text of the abstract should be laconic and clear, free from secondary information, unnecessary introductory words, general and insignificant wording of the article.

The abstract should have the same structure as the text of the article, and contain 1-2 sentences for each item:

description of the research object;

formulation of motivation;

research method (briefly);

research results (it is recommended to indicate specific results and dependencies obtained in the research);

conclusions (briefly).

The text should be coherent, the stated provisions should flow logically from one another.

In annotations it is not recommended:

use complex grammatical structures;

use not generally accepted abbreviations and abbreviations;

use links to sources;

use formulas and illustrations;

exclude information about research results in order to increase the reader's interest in the article.

The abstract must be written in good English. You should use the terminology characteristic of foreign special texts, avoid terms that are a direct copy of Russian-language words. It is recommended to use the active voice instead of the passive voice.


The recommended number is5-7 keywords.

It is strongly recommended that you use mainly the keywords defined in Scopus. We recommend that the author find in SciVal a topic that matches the article and has a prominence above 0.9. In the future, use keywords from this section and refer to articles by the key authors of this section.

List of references

The recommended length of the list of references is at least 20 sources. Based on the interests of a wide range of English-speaking readers, the list of references should (with rare exceptions) contain the sources available to them.

Available publications are:

Scientific publications included in the Scopus or Web of Science base, they should form the main part of the list.

Scientific publications in English in peer-reviewed scientific journals that have the status of open access when specifying a direct Internet link to the publication.

Scientific publications and patents in a language other than English, in peer-reviewed scientific journals with openaccess status and having English-language metadata (source name, article title, author information, abstract, keywords, list of cited literature) when specifying a direct Internet link for publication.

Interstate or used in many states normative English-language documents. We strongly advise against including references to textbooks, teaching aids, lecture notes and other educational literature in the list of references.

Within the limits of self-citation, it is not recommended to have more than 5 sources, the author or co-author of which is the authors of the article.

When linking to a source, we ask you to use its official metadata in both Russian and English, indicated in the source.

We recommend, if available, to indicate the DOI of the cited article. For the correct formatting of the bibliography, we recommend using the free Mendeley software.

To use the program, you need to install:

Mendeley Desktop for Windows

Citation Plugin for Microsoft Word

Mendeley Web Importer

The citation and reference style for conference proceedings can be set in the Mendeley Desktop.

To do this, use the menu items View - Citation Stile - More Stiles - Get More Styles - Download in Mendeley Desktop.

For the final design of the article, it is strongly recommended to use a uniform style in the Web of Conferences format.