Author Ethics


Authors should make sure that the paper submitted must not be published before or under the publication process elsewhere. Duplicate and/or redundant publication will result in an instant rejection. Authors have a responsibility to disclose originality information of the paper, including contributions of all individuals who made substantial contributions to the study, such as involving in the design of study, data collection or analysis. The use of materials from other resources (including their own published literature) should be clearly cited and quoted, and get the permission of copyright holder where appropriate.

Competing Interest

Authors must present their research findings accurately and objectively, disclose any potential competing interests prior to submission.


Authorship of the paper must include all those who are made significant contributions to the work, and they should be listed as co-authors. Persons who have not contributed significantly to the work much not be listed as co-authors.

Data Accuracy

Authors should ensure all the data in the study should be accurate. Fabrication, falsification and manipulation of data (including images and tables) are intolerable behaviors and will lead to immediate rejection. As the raw data may be asked during the review process, authors are accountable for providing public access to the requested data in connection with their work. In addition, if fundamental errors or inaccuracies founded after the publication, authors are obliged to notify the conference for correcting or retracting their work.

Human Subjects and Animals in Research

Authors must ensure ethical standards and procedures for research involving human subjects or animals. Authors need to state the study has complied with all relevant policies and laws in their manuscripts.