Guide for Authors


Step 1.

Prospective authors are invited to submit their original unpublished work to ICBAPS 2020. Papers should be a minimum of eight (8) pages up to ten (10) pages including figures, tables, references and appendices (written in good English).

The conference paper format and template can be downloaded HERE.

Step 2.

Paper should be submitted online through EDAS system:

Step 3.

Reviews will be conducted by at least two independent reviewers. Authors of accepted paper will be notified by email.


Step 1.

Please revise your paper based on the reviewer(s) evaluation. Your final paper has to follow the assigned journal’s template, which will be emailed to you. The length of final paper should be no more than 10 pages and minimum of eight (8) pages in A4 size, including figures, tables and references.

The paper must be written in good English. Please note that only a revised paper with similarity score <15% will be considered to be included in the final publication.

Step 2.

Your final paper must be converted to PDF version.

Step 3.

Upon conversion, please upload the PDF file to

Step 4.

Please sign and complete the assigned journal’s Copyright Transfer Form. To do so, choose ‘My Papers’ tab in EDAS system and click the ‘Copyright’ column of your paper. Please note that failure to follow the above instructions may result in your paper to be excluded from the publication.

Step 5.

Please make payment via credit card through EDAS or direct wire/money transfer. Please visit our website for details on the conference fee and payment instruction. The official receipt of payment will be issued on the conference day.


ICBAPS enforces a “no show” policy. Prospective authors are expected to present their papers at the conference, and at least one author must register at the full conference rate for publication. Paper with no-show presenter will not be submitted for publication.


All submitted papers should report original, previous unpublished research results, experimental or theoretical. Authors should report their results clearly, honestly, and without fabrication, falsification or inappropriate data manipulation.

Articles submitted to the conference should meet these criteria and must not be under consideration for publication elsewhere. Manuscripts should follow the style of the conference and subject to both review and editing.