Ethical Issues of The 6th International Conference On Millimeter Wave and Terahertz Technologies (MMWaTT-2022)

The authors involving in the process of submitting, presenting, and publishing a manuscript in “The 6th International Conference On Millimeter Wave and Terahertz Technologies (MMWaTT-2022) are responsible to agree upon and commit to the minimum ethical behaviors and standards that are obvious to all scholars, given here:

The authors are responsible to:

  • certify that their manuscripts are their original work. Plagiarism, Duplicate (Self Plagiarism), Data Fabrication and Falsification, and Redundant Publications are forbidden;
  • certify that the manuscript has not previously been published and is not currently under review or being considered for publication elsewhere. The paper must be at least 50% different from any other conference or journal paper;
  • ensure that the consent and permission has been received from all co-authors and responsible authorities at the institute/organization, where the work has been carried out, before submission of the manuscript;
  • report the change of authorship or the order of authors for submitted paper in a letter signed by all authors, only before receiving the review results;
  • certify that all the authors of the paper have contributed sufficiently to the scientific work and therefore share collective responsibility and accountability for the results;
  • ensure that the work and/or words of others, and sources which are used in the manuscript, are appropriately cited or quoted;
  • perform a complete literature review that are essential for understanding the present investigation, and cite the original publications;
  • ensure that no data have been fabricated or manipulated (including images) to support the papers’ results;
  • ensure that a single study is not split up into several parts to increase the quantity of submissions to various conference/ journals or to the same conference over time;
  • send the relevant documentation or data in order to verify the validity of their results upon the probable request of the reviewers and/or editor;
  • notify the IJOP editor of any conflict of interest;
  • promptly notify the journal editor to retract or correct the errors, when discover a significant error or inaccuracy in their own published work.

For more information, one can also visit the following IEEE links:

IEEE Guidelines for Preventing and Detecting Plagiarism  

IEEE Codes for Ethics of Authors.