Manuscript Submission


Author Guidelines:

All papers must be novel and not simultaneously submitted to another conference/journal. All the manuscripts should be submitted via conference Email icscs.conf@gmail.com in DOCX (WORD)/PDF format as per the Springer format (See Download). Maximum number of pages allowed will be 12-15. Authors should ensure that the similarity score of their research paper is not above 15%. Manuscripts having similarity score more than 10% shall not be processed.

The topics of interest of scientific contributions papers may be seen in Call for Papers page.

In submitting any kind of research contribution, the author(s) agree that, upon acceptance, they will prepare the final manuscript in time for inclusion into the published proceedings and will present the paper at the conference.

Paper Formatting

Authors should consult Springer’s authors’ guidelines and use their proceedings templates, either for LaTeX or for Word, for the preparation of their papers.

Click here For Sample Springer Paper Format
Click here For Sample Springer Paper Format (LaTex Template)

Notification Categories

At the end of the reviewing procedure of the research track, submitted contributions will have three possible statuses.

  1. Some research contributions will be accepted in the category and the author[s] will be provided with official acceptance letter and instructed to submit final documents.
  2. Some others may be redirected and conditionally accepted after updating the paper based on review comments.
  3. Some submissions will not be accepted for the research track of ICSCS 2021. However, some papers will be rejected due to high plagiarism without providing any reviewer comments.

For authors whose scientific contributions are accepted, they will have to upload the final documents mentioned in the registration page

Publishing Integrity, Plagiarism, Piracy

In order to safeguard the quality of its publications, Springer has updated the policy on Publishing Ethics. In line with the philosophy of the Committee on Publishing Ethics (COPE) we follow the principle that we have a prime duty to maintain the integrity of the scientific record.

Citations should be given close to the information within the sentences or at the end of the sentence, not after several sentences or near the end of the paragraph. Even when citations are given, exact copying of a whole sentence or paragraphs should be indicated by quotation marks.

Springer reserves the right to conduct final quality checks on the papers submitted. Only papers that pass these checks will be published.

Authors Are Required To Adhere To the Springer Policy and Procedures on Plagiarism Available – Click Here

https://www.springer.com/authors/book+authors/helpdesk?SGWID=0-1723113-12-807204-0