All individuals involved in the editorial process should not reveal any details of manuscripts or communications related to the process prior to its publication. Unpublished materials, documents, ideas and information obtained during the review process must be kept confidential and not used for the work of the editors or reviewers.
Papers submitted to the conference must not be previously published or accepted for publication elsewhere, nor be under review by any other conference or publication during the review cycle. Authors should ensure their work submitted to the conference is entirely original. If the work or words from other resources were used, they must be well cited or quoted.
A competing interest is anything that could be perceived to interfere with the objectivity of the research, presentation, peer review, decision-making and publication. All authors should disclose any financial and personal relationships with other people or organizations that could be viewed as damage to the objectivity of their study.
Authors should ensure all the data in the study should be accurate. Fabrication, falsification and manipulation of data (including images and tables) are intolerable behaviors and will lead to immediate rejection. As the raw data may be asked during the review process, authors are accountable for providing public access to the requested data in connection with their work.
If fundamental errors or inaccuracies founded after the publication, authors are obliged to notify the conference for correcting or retracting their work.
Research using animals or human subjects
Any use of animals or human subjects for scientific purposes must comply with local laws, institutional regulations and widely accepted ethical guidelines, and obtain appropriate written consents and permissions. Authors must clearly state their compliance with all relevant guidelines and institutional policies in their manuscripts if information of animals or human subjects has been contained in their research.