Articles Submission

Guidelines for Articles Preparation

Deadline for Articles Submission – will be announced later

Dear colleagues,

We kindly ask you to pay special attention to the requirements of the publishing house for the publication of articles. The text provided by the authors must be made in good literary English, with using the terminology that has developed in the industry. In this regard, Organizing Committee strongly recommends to contact professional translators in your country.



We kindly request the authors to prepare article according to these guidelines. To ensure successful publication, the author should meet all deadlines for submission of the article.

The author’s responsibilities are permissions for publishing all types of materials owned by others, or materials which are copyrighted and accuracy of the information contained in the paper (e.g. proper names of organization, dates and findings, references etc.). Article should be prepared in good English.SI units must be used throughout.

Please use the surname of the first listed author and you reference number, eg Smith_435, as the filename.

The article must be in one of the major word-processing programs, preferably Microsoft Word. The text volume of the article should not exceed 10 pages , including text, figures, tables, references etc. Electronic file should not exceed 3 megabytes. Please set 3,20 cm margins for right and left sides, top margin should be 2,90 cm, bottom margin should be 2,80 cm. Use 1,5 line spacing throughout the paper. Don’t add page numbers to the document.

The article should have the following structure:

  1. Title;
  2. Information about the authors;
  3. Abstract;
  4. Keywords (5 – 10 keywords);
  5. Main text (Introduction, Materials and methods, Results and discussion, Engineering design, Operating results, Conclusions, etc.).
  6. Acknowledgements
  7. References


For the title of the paper use font Times New Roman, size 10, centered with all letters in capital, bold, the title begins immediately below the top margin, not indented.


It should include authors names (without indent, separated from the title by a single blank line (size 10), centered, font Times New Roman, size 10, bold); the authors name of workplace and address (immediately below the names, without indent, italic, single spaced, fold Times New Roman, size 10, left alignment). The surname of corresponding author should be marked with help of asterisk (*) and e-mail address (after the address of workplace).


It is separated from the authors information by a single blank line (size 10), centered, Times New Roman, size 10, bold, all letters are capital. The body of abstract should not exceed 300 words, fold Times New Roman, size 10, fully justified, separated from the heading ABSTRACT by single blank line (size 10) and indented 1,25 cm. The abstract is a single paragraph.


Heading should be centered with all letters capitalized, in bold Times New Roman, separated from the last line of the abstract by single blank line (size 10). The number of keywords not exceed 10 words, Times New Roman, size 10, left align, without indent, separated by comas and separated from the heading KEYWORDS by single blank line (size 10).


The body of main text separated from the last line of keywords by the single blank line (size 10), use Times New Roman, size 10, 1,5 line spacing, fully justified alignment for all text body. In paragraphs use the indent of 1,25 cm. Paragraphs are separated with a blank line (size 10).


All major headings (mentioned in the article’s structure) should be centered, bold, not underlined, Times New Roman, size 10, with all letters capitalized. Major headings are separated from the text above and below them by single blank line (size 10).

Second-level and third-level headings have the initial letter capitalized, size 10, fold Times New Roman and are left align. Second level headings are in bold. Third level headings are underlined. Both of them are separated from the text above and below by single blank line (size 10) and without indent.


Simple mathematical expressions and sub- and super- scripted characters are inserted in the text. Please don’t add equations as an image.

Equations are placed on separate lines, centered and numbered consecutively in parentheses at the right align. A blank line (size 10) before and after each equation. For chemical reactions, better use arrow, but an equal sign may be substituted. Use a dash rather than a hyphen for the minus sign.

The nomenclature units for symbols must be defined in the text or, when the number of symbols is large, in special section, NOMENCLATURE, at the end of the article.


All figures should be high resolution (300 dpi) when published at 100%. Figures including graphs, line drawings and photographs and other illustrations are preferably in colors. Any greyscale figures require sharp contrast. For all figures, lines and lettering must be large enough to remain clearly legible when printed at 100%. Don’t use frames around figures. Don’t use shaded background as they do not reproduce well.

All figures must be consecutively numbered with Arabic numbers and inserted as close as possible to the corresponding text. A caption consisting of the word “Figure”, the figure number, a dash and the figure title, in size 10 Times New Roman, centered, with indent. Separate each figure and caption from the text with one blank line (size 10).


Insert tables as close as possible to their first mentioning. In the text, refer to the table by its number, not its relative position. Number tables consecutively using Arabic numbers and center the title above the table, without indent. The word “Table” is followed by the table number, a dash, and the rest of the title. There is no line space between the title and the table itself.

In the table lines separate the title from the columns’ headings, the column headings from the body of the table, and the table from the text. Avoid of using vertical lines and avoid the use of horizontal lines between the various rows of data. Table line spacing is at the discretion of the authors. Separate each table from the text with single blank line (size 10).


Quotation may be made directly (or parenthetically). References should be arranged chronologically. More than one reference from the same author(s) in the same year must be identified by the letters ‘a’, ‘b’, ‘c’, etc., placed after the year of publication. Groups of references should be listed first alphabetically, then chronologically. Examples: «as demonstrated (Allan, 2000a, 2000b, 1999; Allan and Jones, 1999). Kramer et al. (2010) have recently shown …»

All quotations in the text should refer to:

  1. Single author: the author’s surname (without initials, unless there is ambiguity) and the year of publication;
  2. Two authors: both authors’ surnames and the year of publication;
  3. Three or more authors: first author’s name followed by ‘et al.’ and the year of publication (see an example below).


Individuals can be authors of no more than 3 articles.

Each author can make  several reports. 

Representatives of the Organizing Committee and the Technical Organizer do not edit articles. Authors of the articles are responsible for the accuracy and correctness of information contained in the text.


  1. Make sure your work meets all the requirements
  2. Log in to your personal account. If you are not already registered, please register at
  3. In your personal account, click on the button “Article submission”
  4. To download article, please use the Internet browser version 2010 or later
  5. Choose the topic
  6. Choose the type
  7. Enter the title of the article
  8. Enter authors’ names
  9. Downloaded article file
  10. Indicate the number of your Abstract in the “Comments” section.
  11. Click on “Finish”