Peer review is vital to the quality of published research. All papers submitted to ICETC 2024 will go through the double-blind peer review process before publication.

 Peer Review Process? 

1. Initial Submission: Authors submit their research papers or abstracts to the submission system before the submission deadline.

2. Paper Assignment: Program Chairs assign each submitted paper to qualified reviewers based on their expertise and the subject matter of the paper.

3. Reviewer Evaluation: Reviewers carefully evaluate the assigned papers, considering factors such as the relevance, novelty, methodology, clarity, and contribution to the field.

4. Reviewer Comments: Reviewers provide detailed comments and suggestions to the authors, highlighting the strengths and weaknesses of the paper. They may also suggest revisions, additions, or clarifications to improve the quality and impact of the research.

5. Author Notification: The conference organizers communicate the reviewers' recommendations and comments to the authors. This notification includes the decision on whether the paper has been accepted, rejected, or requires revisions.

6. Revision Phase: If the paper requires revisions, authors have a specified period to address the reviewers' comments and suggestions. They should make necessary changes to improve the paper's quality and address any concerns raised by the reviewers.

7. Final Decision: After the revision phase, the reviewers re-evaluate the revised paper to ensure that the authors have adequately addressed their comments. Based on this re-evaluation, the final decision on the acceptance or rejection of the paper is made.