Peer Review

Peer review is a critical evaluation process where experts in a particular field review and assess the quality of a manuscript or research paper before it is published in a scholarly journal. The process aims to ensure that the published work meets high standards of research integrity, scientific rigor, and relevance to the field.

The peer-review process typically involves the following steps:

Editor Assessment

The editor assesses the manuscript’s suitability for the conference and determines if it meets the conference ‘s requirements and scope.

Selection of Reviewers

Once a manuscript passes the initial checks by editors, it will be assigned to at least two independent experts for peer-review. The editor selects independent experts in the field to review the manuscript.


The reviewers critically evaluate the manuscript, provide constructive feedback, and make recommendations for improvements.


The editor considers the reviewers’ feedback and makes a decision about whether to accept the manuscript, reject it, or request revisions.


If revisions are required, the author(s) revise the manuscript and submit it back to the editor.

Final Decision

The editor makes the final decision about whether to accept the revised manuscript for publication.

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