Important Information

Review Policy

SciEn Conference Series: Engineering practices an editorial review policy. It is the conference organizer's responsibility to conduct the peer review. However, SCS: Engineering accepts only double-blind/single-blind peer reviews.

The editors will review the submitted manuscripts to check their suitability in terms of scope, novelty, and scientific quality. Then the editor checks the reviewer's comments and makes a decision. The decision of the editor is final.

The review reports are not published on the website but they are preserved in the database and may be made available in proper circumstances.


Open Access Policy

SciEn Conference Series: Engineering is open access and peer-reviewed collection of high-quality conference proceedings.


User Rights

The authors will retain the copyright of the published paper. The articles published in the SciEn Conference Series: Engineering will be immediately and permanently free for everyone to read, download, copy, and distribute. Permitted reuse is defined by the following user licenses.

All the articles published by this journal are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License


Open Access Publication Fee

As an open access publication with no subscription charges, a fee is payable by the conference organizer to cover the costs associated with the publication process, DOI, plagiarism check, preservation of data, etc. This ensures the articles are immediately and permanently free to access.

Contact us to discuss the opportunities through email ([email protected]).


Advertising Policy

The journal only advertises upcoming conferences (once an agreement between the conference organizer and the publisher is confirmed) on the website. However, other advertisements are not allowed on the journal's website.



The journal is currently indexed in Google Scholar.



All papers published in the SciEn Conference Series: Engineering are archived in PKP-PN for long-term preservation. The papers will be available online for a lifetime. Authors can also self-archive all versions (submitted/accepted/published) of the paper in their institutional repositories or any other platform without embargo.

Publication Ethics

SciEn Conference Series: Engineering (SCS: Engineering) is an open access, peer-reviewed, and international journal which is published by SciEn Publishing Group (SciEnPG). We intend to promote open access research and to disseminate knowledge widely through scholarly publishing. SCS: Engineering’s mission is to publish quality conference proceedings in the field of engineering through a rigorous editorial review process while keeping access immediately free to all. SciEnPG is committed to following the highest standard of publication ethics. Publication malpractice is prohibited in all stages of the publication of a manuscript. Although we are not a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) yet, we follow the codes of conduct as well as the international standards recognized by the COPE. Therefore, it is obligatory for authors, reviewers, conference organizers, and editors to follow the standards of ethical guidelines and confidentiality at all stages of the publication process.


Authorship and Contributorship

During the submission of a manuscript at a conference, the corresponding author agrees to the term that all the authors have significantly contributed to the manuscript. Inappropriate addition or subtraction of an author is highly discouraged for publication in the SciEn Conference Series: Engineering. It is the corresponding author’s responsibility that all the authors have contributed to the manuscript. Conference organizers are required to follow this policy.


Changes to Authorship

The corresponding author is requested to carefully consider the author's contributions and order of authors before submitting a manuscript. Authorship cannot be changed at any point once the proceedings are submitted to the SCS: Engineering for publication.


Post-Publication Discussions and Corrections


The Journal does not have any option on the website for post-publication discussion however it is encouraged that any comments on published papers should be directly emailed to the editorial office ([email protected]).


Allegations of Research Misconduct

SciEn Conference Series: Engineering takes research misconduct (e.g. plagiarism, data fabrication, citation manipulation, etc.) seriously. Although all the papers are screened for plagiarism checking before publication. However, if potential misconduct occurs, the concerned person should email directly the Editor-in-Chief ([email protected]) expressing their concern. The Editor-in-Chief will investigate the allegation(s) with the help of the relevant editor and corresponding author of the specific paper. The Editor-in-Chief will take a decision based on the degree of misconduct. If a major misconduct is found which may significantly affect the results and findings of the paper or it is proved that the authors have manipulated or fabricated the data, that paper will be retracted. The Editor-in-Chief will email the outcome of the investigation to the person who raised the concern of potential misconduct, the conference organizers, and the corresponding author.


Article Retraction

There should be no change in the published articles. However, the articles may be subjected to retraction due to plagiarism, redundant publication, or flawed/fabricated data to uphold the reliability of scientific knowledge. The Editor-in-Chief will initiate the retraction process at the request of the author(s) or any concerned person. A retraction notice will be emailed to the corresponding author, concerned person, and conference organizer including the details of the paper, the reason for the retraction, and who is retracting the article.


Conflicts of Interest

It is the responsibility of the conference organizers to disclose any conflict of interest present in any paper.


Data Sharing and Reproducibility

All authors are requested to strictly follow the specific standards (ASTM, ISO, BS, etc.) during their experiments so that the data can be reproduced.