The Ethical Code of Publishing
All authors sending contributions to be published in the collection are obliged to guarantee and verify that it is an original text that has not been published previously anywhere and meets the conditions for the stated person's authorship, and thus it is neither a partial nor a complete copy of another text. In case that the author has used another author's paper or part of it, such sources must be duly referenced according to the generally accepted guidelines. Any kind of plagiarism will result in rejecting the contribution. People who have not participated in writing the paper or research used in it are not to be listed as co-authors.
The collection will be prepared and published in compliance with the highest ethical standards of the publishing code of ethics. The conference committee will take all feasible measures to prevent activities that could be characterized as dishonest, such as copyright infringement and plagiarism. Moreover, the conference committee guarantees that both the peer review and the publication process will be performed objectively.