Participants are encouraged to include educators, young scientists, scientists from different research and educational institutes, and representatives from government organizations. Prominent scientists from China, the Russian Federation, and other regions and nations will present at the plenary session on the information development in the field.
Russian, Chinese, and other scientists from research and educational institutions, as well as representatives from many fields of endeavor and enterprises, make up the international program and organizing committee. Invited talks from leading individuals in regarding communities will cover the state-of-the-art techniques and set the stage for this conference.
Submissions will be reviewed by the conference technical committees based on originality, relevance to conference, structure and readability. Accepted and presented papers will be published in Springer CCIS Series_Communications in Computer and Information Science eISSN 1865-0937, which will be submitted to SCOPUS, Ei Compendex (CPX), Google Scholar, ISI Proceedings, etc. for indexing.
- the article must correspond to one of the topics of the conference;
- the article must be in English;
- the article should contain the following sections: "Introduction", "Materials and Methods", "Results", "Discussion" and "Conclusion" (the section "Acknowledgements" is written if necessary);
- the length of the article should be no less than 12 pages;
- the recommended number of authors should not exceed 5;
- references must be made in accordance with the requirements of the Publisher. References, as a rule, should be made only to sources (articles) from international journals;
- the text must be typed electronically in Microsoft Word format. The text may be illustrated with diagrams and tables. All illustrations must be within the boundaries of the text (do not go into the margins of the sheet);
- the article must contain an abstract (no more than 200 words) and keywords (no more than 6);
- the number of references in the list of references must be at least 10;
- self-citation should not exceed 10%;
- the originality of the article is not less than 85% (without a list of references);
- the author/s has to sign the license agreement (after accepting the article).