PAPER SUBMISSION PROCESS
The congress paper acceptance process will work as follows:
(1) Uploading the abstract from the application system,
(2) Submission of the paper to the referees,
(3) Notification of the notification accepted by the referees to the notification owner,
(4) Submissions to pay the participation fees,
(5) Sending the acceptance document to the paper owners.
EVALUATION OF PAPERS
The papers submitted for presentation at the congress are evaluated by two referees. Referees are determined according to the blind arbitration system.
The participant who registers the congress can present a maximum of two papers.
CONGRESS PAPER SUBMISSION RULES
Participants cannot present their papers except the date and time of the paper presentation determined by the congress organizing committee.
Paper owners must be present in the relevant hall 15 minutes before the date and time of the paper submission specified.
If the paper is not submitted, the said paper will not be included in the congress abstract / full text book.
Those who want to attend the congress as an audience must pay a registration fee.
The abstract should consist of a maximum of 500 words, and the abstract should provide information about the aim of the study, research questions, method and findings. Abstracts should be organized in consideration of the template presented below.
The paper body text should not exceed 8000 words (abstract and references are not included). Abstracts should be organized in consideration of the template presented below.
The ethical principles in the preparation and publication of scientific research should be known by the authors and scientific articles should be prepared by observing ethical principles. Articles prepared without complying with scientific ethical principles are rejected without being evaluated. For example, “plagiarism” etc. in a scientific article sent to the congress. If there is an ethical violation and this situation is noticed by the scientific committee, the article is rejected and not re-evaluated. Plagiarism etc. In the case that a situation is not noticed by the scientific committee even though it is included in the article and it is published in the congress; All responsibility that may arise in the future belongs to the author / s.
The author / authors who own the article may cite their articles published in the congress in other publications, but these citations should be cited in the bibliography and in the text in new publications. If not specified, all responsibility belongs to the author (s).
Please state your ORCID code in your works.