English is the official language of the FoNeS-AIoT 2021. It shall be used for all printed materials, presentations and discussions. Submitted publication should contain original materials which have not been previously published and are not under review elsewhere.
The final version of a paper must be 5-6 pages and be prepared according to the guidelines defined in Conference Template. The paper should be submitted in DOC, DOCX, or PDF formats (in English only).
An extra fee will be charged for each additional page above 6 pages. Papers should be submitted online via EasyChair system.
The submitted publication should define the scope of the paper, emphasizing new advances, theories and/or applications and include an analysis of results.
After notification of paper acceptance, it is a requirement that at least the one presenting author of every accepted paper must get registered, pay a participation fee and take part in the conference.
It should be noted that one author can be co-author not more than in two papers. Exception is the scientists who are heads of the scientific schools and their PhD students presents the joint results of the research.
FoNeS-AIoT 2021 will have a single-round blind peer review process. All submitted papers will be sent to at least two independent anonymous reviewers. All accepted papers which will be presented at the conference will be included in FoNeS-AIoT Conference Proceedings.
The The FoNeS-AIoT Conference Proceedings will be submitted to IEEE Xplore and CSDL. It will be published soon after conference and submitted to Abstracting and Indexing (A&I) databases.
“No-show” papers won’t be included into the FoNeS-AIoT Conference Proceedings..
Ethics and Permissions: The results of the research presented in the manuscript, should be original. However, if figures, tables, animations or text quotations from copyrighted works (including websites) are included in the paper, permission must be obtained from the copyright holder (usually the original publisher) and the author(s) for both the print and the online format.
Avoidance of Self-plagiarism: A certain overlap in scientific content between articles by the same author is standard practice and to be expected. However, it is essential that transparency is retained and appropriate references included. Permission must be obtained from other publishers, where appropriate.