Participants interested in contributing to the «TT- 2021» with a paper should submit a revised paper submission
on or before 1 August, 2021 via EasyChair using the «TT-2021» template.
The submission Web page for TT2021 is
Only papers of original research type performing results of original studies are accepted.
The recommended size of a paper is 8-12 pages. The obligate condition for a scientific paper to submit is the accordance with IMRAD structure.
All papers pass scientific and technical review.
Within the framework of technical review all papers are thoroughly checked for the following attributes:
1) for compliance with the subject of the conference.
2) for plagiarism. Acceptable minimum of originality is 90%.
3) for acceptable English language. All papers are reviewed by a native speaker.
4) At the same time papers are checked by a technical proofreader (quality of images, absence of Cyrillic, etc.).
Hereafter the scientific review is pursued.
Scientific review of each paper is made by at least 3 reviewers. If the opinions of the reviewers are radically different, additional reviewers are appointed. We do not use «Potential Reviewers» recommended by authors. Authors have a right to answer the remarks of reviewers and submit revised versions of their papers.
Live participation in the conference is an indispensable condition for the publication of the paper! An exception is provided only for the case of «poster-presentation».
ORIGIN, MOTIVATION AND CONTRIBUTION
Papers which are prepared for publishing should be original research manuscripts, never published before and not under consideration for publication in any other conference proceeding (journal etc.). All papers are supposed to present novel research results of international interest. Papers need to be related to the main topic of the conference and conference topic fields.
The Author(s) must warrant that the manuscript is original except for such excerpts from copyrighted works (including illustrations, tables, animations and text quotations) as may be included with the permission of the copyright holder.
The Author(s) must obtain written permission to the necessary extent and that the Author(s) indicate(s) the precise sources of the excerpts in the manuscript. The Author(s) must warrant that the manuscript has not heretofore been published in whole or in part.
Each Author must warrant that his/her contribution contains no libelous or defamatory statements and does not infringe on any copyright, trademark, patent, statutory right or proprietary right of others, including rights obtained through licenses.
Number of authors in a single paper is not limited.
The corresponding author should ensure that all co-authors have seen and approved the final version of the paper and agree on its submission for publication.
HOW TO PREPARE DOC FILES FOR UPLOAD
The manuscript must be in DOC (or DOCX) file. Make sure that your paper in MS Word is in strict accordance to the author’s template (download)
Be careful, no corrections will be made by the publisher after publication! You need to carefully check your text, including authors’ names, initials, authors’ affiliations, references, which are the most current mistakes. If you make mistake there, your names will not be properly indexed. Please ensure that affiliations are as full and complete as possible and include the country. We publish papers written in good English only. Make sure that all text elements, formulas, tables, signs and inscriptions in figures are in English. The Greek alphabet is valid only in formulas. Make sure that your list of references is presented correctly! Online references will be linked to their original source via CrossRef only if they are correctly presented. If there are errors, the references will not be correctly indexed. To do so, extra care should be taken when preparing reference lists. References should be cited in the text by placing sequential numbers in brackets (for example, , [2, 5, 7], [8-10]). They should be numbered in the order in which they are cited. The quality of the digital images should have an original high-resolution, at least 300 dpi for figures that will be printed, and at least 150 dpi for an online only publication.