How It Works

How It Works

Everything you need to know to register as an attendee or apply to present your research at STECONF.

STECONF strives to create a seamless experience for all its participants – speakers, attendees, partners, sponsors, and scientific committee members.
As such, every event follows a straight-forward registration and submission process, with as much as possible conducted electronically to facilitate fast and secure transfer of information.

How to Submit Your Paper as a Speaker

If you’d like to present at one of STECONF events, you will first need to submit an application for consideration. To do so, you will need to complete the following steps:

How to Register

In order to join an STECONF event as a Speaker or Listener, complete the following steps:

Getting Published

With STECONF, you have a one-of-a-kind chance to publish your work and have it seen by thousands of academics, peers, and researchers worldwide. 

Conference Proceedings

All research paper submissions will be peer-reviewed by the Scientific Committee. The accepted papers will be electronically published in the Open Access Conference Proceedings and will be assigned a Digital Object Identifier number (DOI) from Crossref. The Conference Proceedings will be published in soft copy with an ISBN. The author(s) can share the paper link at all academic sources and their author profiles.

Journal Publication

We will provide you with the opportunity to publish your paper in various Scopus, and internationally indexed journals.
If your abstract is accepted for presentation and you have already registered, you are encouraged to submit the full paper after the conference and get published in one of the numerous publication opportunities. 

Academic Integrity

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STECONF follows strict anti-plagiarism policies. Every submission will be checked for plagiarism using Crossref Similarity Check Powered by iThenticate before it is reviewed by the scientific committee. Any submission that shows signs of plagiarism or other forms of academic dishonesty will be automatically rejected.

You can find more information on the iThenticate software here: