Paper requirements

Authors are invited to submit RSCI abstracts or extended abstracts describing their original research work and presenting new results, ideas and applications on relevant topics.

IMPORTANT: To publish a paper in the journal, authors send extended abstracts, which can be expanded to an article based on the results of the work of the expert committee. Please, if you want your work to be published in one of the journals, familiarize with its subject matter beforehand. Formalization of a full-fledged work is carried out in accordance with the requirements of the selected journal. We also ask you to prepare an expert opinion on your work, it is necessary for the editorial office of the journal. 

We give ONLY recommendation for publication, the final decision is made by the journal itself and can reject the recommended articles at its discretion. However, presentation of the paper at the conference also remains mandatory.

Abstracts/papers may be published in RSCI. 

Work with the author will be structured according to the journal to which the paper is planned to be sent. Journal requirements for publication are fully described and available via the link here, please read them closely!

Abstracts (in Russian or English) and extended abstracts (in Russian or English) can be sent via the personal account of the conference participant after registration on the website in accordance with the specified requirements.

If you are a student/staff/postgraduate of MIPT and you need advice on editing and/or proofreading English-language scientific articles for publication, the contacts are listed here (in Russian, download will start automatically). 

Expert Review Approval Process

      1. The author submits an extended abstract or RSCI paper through the online submission system on the website after completing registration. author sends the abstract and/or the paper through the online submission system on the website after registration.
      2. Papers are pre-checked by an expert from the selected section within 3-5 working days. Papers with poor content and irrelevant to the topic of the section will be rejected. 
      3. We will inform you about the results of the examination by e-mail specified during registration. The author will be offered to edit his/her report and resubmit it through his/her personal account if the experts have any questions. 
         3.1 In case of recommendation to expand the work to a journal article, this will be communicated by the expert or administrator through a letter to the post. Further actions for working with the selected journal will also be sent by mail or can be found through the conference website. 
         3.2 After the recommendation to expand the paper to an article, it is re-examined through the conference website (unless otherwise specified when working with the journal). The option to upload the extended article will be available in the personal cabinet.
      4. When the paper has been accepted, authors pay the registration fee, submit the final documents (paper and presentation). 
IMPORTANT: Since the Conference Organizing Committee cannot guarantee the publication of papers in the journal, an accepted paper is considered to be a paper that has been accepted for participation in the conference. A paper that has been recommended for expansion to a journal article or RSCI report is also considered accepted for participation in the conference.
      5. After the conference, the Organizing Committee submits the papers to the Journals/RINC for approval. 

General requirements

The organizing committee evaluates and selects submitted reports.

The organizing committee reserves the right to reject papers that do not meet the requirements specified below.

The organizing committee is not responsible for correcting errors in grammar or spelling.

  1.  Papers, that at the time of submission are under review or have already been published or accepted for publication in another journal, conference or other print and electronic media, will not be considered.
  2. The reports, presented at the conference, will be published in the eLibrary database of scientific publications (abstracts) with the possibility of further indexing in the RSCI and in the IEEE Xplore electronic library (reports) with the possibility of further indexing in Scopus database.
  3. Pictures, whose acceptable formats are TIFF, JPEG and EPS, must be supplied with high resolution digital ones.
  4. All reports must comply with the conference's plagiarism policy. Plagiarism in all its forms is unethical and unacceptable behavior, which leads authors to be barred from participating in the conference. The author must ensure when submitting the report that it does not contain defamatory or illegal statements.
  5. The author must include all sources in the bibliography at the end of his report.

Publication in Russian Science Citation Index

Attention! Please, send us your paper in MS Word format.

  1. Specify the section number.
  2. Filename must include surname of main author.
  3. Single interval, font Times New Roman, 12.
  4. Page parameters: left indent is 3 cm, no indent at the beginning of the paragraph.
  5. Size must be less than 1400 letters (recommended volume 3-5 pages).
  6. Reports are accepted in English and in Russian.

The publication template in the RSCI can be found here (in Russian, the download will start automatically).

Abstract structure

  1. Title
  2. Author names and affiliations
  3. Annotation
  4. Keywords
  5. Introduction
  6. Current state
  7. Main text
  8. Result's analysis
  9. Conclusions
  10. Applications
  11. Bibliography

Title: be concise, accurate and informative. All words in the title, except for the service parts of speech, must be written with a capital letter. Titles are often used by search engines and information retrieval systems. They should contain words that readers might be searching for. Avoid abbreviations and formulae where possible.

Author names and affiliationsprovide the full name, affiliations and contact details for all authors. Present the authors’ affiliations and contact details below the names. 

Annotation: a concise statement (maximum 150 words) of the aims of the research, the work carried out and the conclusions. The abstract must be self-contained. Do not include general or background information.

Keywords: include up to eight keywords and they should describe the content of the article and include key phrases for the subject area. All listed keywords must be used in the text of the paper. Avoid general terms.

Introduction: a summary of current knowledge including a literature survey of previous work in the field, together with a statement of the aims and motivation of the present work. Experimental methods: the methods employed must be described in sufficient detail to allow others to repeat the work. If a detailed description is given in a reference, readers must be able to grasp the principles of the method without referring elsewhere. Full details must be given of materials and equipment used.

State-of-art: show the current state of knowledge and current developments in the field of research, including a discussion of the results of recent research activities (including engineering and scientific developments).

Results and discussionpresented together or as separate sections. Papers must critically discuss and interpret the results, not merely describe the findings. Duplication of data in tables and pictures is strongly discouraged, as is excessive use of figures: representative or significant results should be selected. Additional information may be provided as supplementary data.

Conclusions: give a concise summary of the important findings. The conclusions must not contain information that does not appear elsewhere in the paper.

Appendicesuse to provide additional information, tables or mathematical derivations. References in appendices should be combined with those in the main text into a single list. Tables and pictures are numbered A1, A2, A3, ...

Bibliography: provide a complete list of the literature cited in the paper tailored to the journal’s readership.