Paper Guidelines

Authors can benefit from generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) apps and AI-assisted technologies in the writing process before submission to improve the language and readability of their paper and with the appropriate disclosure. Authors are also responsible for ensuring that the work is original, that the stated authors qualify for authorship, and should familiarize themselves with the Ethics in Publishing policy before they submit their article.

Articles will be accepted in English by the end of October 2024 in an editable Word document according to an author guidance template. Please, before submitting your original research article, it is strongly recommended to read the author's guidance and then replace your text in the template. In addition, a plagiarism report must be submitted. The uniqueness of anti-plagiarism should be at least 80%. The text of the article should be typed in the Word editor, sheet format A4, Calibri font - 11 point, spacing - single, margins - all 20 mm, indent - 1.25 cm, alignment - in width. All articles will be published in open access.

To publish conference materials on the Internet, you must specify the sixteen-digit ORCID code of each author of the report. In the absence of this code, you should register on the website, registration lasts 1 minute.

The organizing committee reserves the right to reject articles that do not meet the requirements. The authors are responsible for the content of the article.

You should also ensure your work is written in correct English before submission. You can rely on the Elsevier Language Editing services.

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