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All papers reviewed by a Scientific Committee and accepted for presentation will appear in the Conference Proceedings which carries an ISBN number and will be distributed to participants at the Conference. Publication of an accepted paper in the Proceedings is on the basis that at least one of the authors must register. Each registration entitles one copy of Proceedings. It is an understanding that authors of accepted papers have to attend the Conference to present their papers, or in his/her absence, a co-author may represent him/her. The material submitted for presentation at the Conference must be original, not published or being considered elsewhere.

Selected papers duly presented during Conference (about 25 papers, possible requirement for extended version of the paper), will be further screened and after peer review, will be published in issues of the following international journals:

FME Transactions (indexed by SCOPUS)


Technical Gazette (IF2013=0,615)

Journal is referred in: The Thomson Reuters services Science Citation Index Expanded (also known as SciSearch ) and Journal Citation Reports/Science Edition INSPEC, Scopus, Geo Abstracts (Civil Engineering, Process Engineering and FLUIDEX) (DIALOG, ESA/IRS), Cambridge Scientific Abstracts (CSA: Metals Abstracts/METADEX, Engineering Materials Abstracts, Ceramic Abstracts, Corrosion Abstracts, and Materials Business FileSteel Alerts), EMBASE, Elsevier Biobase, Elsevier GeoAbstracts, Ei-Compendex, PaperChem.


Papers must be written and presented in English. The official language of the Conference is English. Simultaneous translation will not be provided.


The presentation duration for each paper, including questions/answers in workshop sessions will be around 15 minutes (made up of 10 minutes of actual paper presentation with the remaining 5 minutes for questions and discussions), and around 30 minutes for invited papers in plenary session (made up of 25 minutes of actual paper presentation with the remaining 5 minutes for questions and discussions).