Peer review is vital to the quality of published research. All papers submitted to ICETC 2021 will go through the double-blind peer review process before publication.


 How does it work? 

Peer review is a process in which a scientific paper is evaluated by a group of experts in the same field to make sure it meets the necessary standards for acceptance and publication.

The Technical Program Chair will appoint a Technical Program Committee. And the Technical Program Committee collaborates to review and discuss submitted papers. The Technical Program Chair is ultimately responsible for the selection of every accepted paper. ICETC 2021 uses double-blind review mode. In double-blind, neither the author nor the reviewers are aware of each other's identity.


 What Are Reviewers Looking For? 

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During the peer review process, reviewers look for:

Scope: Is the paper appropriate for the scope of this conference?
Novelty: Is this original material distinct from previous publications?
Validity: Is the study well designed and executed?
Data: Are the data reported, analyzed, and interpreted correctly?
Clarity: Are the ideas expressed clearly, concisely, and logically?
Compliance: Are all ethical and publication requirements met?
Advancement: Is this a significant contribution to the field?


 Peer Review Decisions 

Conference peer review occurs within a fixed window of time. You may receive one of three possible decisions:

Accept: Your paper will be published without edits. You may be asked to upload final camera-ready files or to sign a copyright form.
Accept with revision: Your paper will be accepted after you implement edits suggested by the reviewers. You will be asked to provide a revised version.
Reject: Your paper will not be presented at the conference or published in the conference proceedings.