Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Post-Conference Report. INASE Conferences. Vienna, Austria, March 15-17, 2015

The INASE Multiconference has just finished with great success in Vienna, Austria. 
More than 550 papers were submitted and from them the organizers selected the best 250 papers.
Approximately 270 scholars attended the event.

Proceedings were published both in CD-ROM and Hard-Copy by INASE Press and will be immediately indexed in ISI/SCI, SCOPUS, EI Compendex, IET(IEE), AMS, ACS, CiteSeerX, Zentralblatt, British Library, EBSCO, SWETS, EMBASE, CAS, Scholar Google
Extended Versions of all the accepted papers will be  promoted for direct publication in 36 Collaborating ISI/SCI Journals (with Impact Factor from Thomson Reuters)


The Multiconference started with KEYNOTE LECTURE "Highlights of Modern Astrophysics, or The Gold Effect: How reliable is Modern Astrophysics?" by Professor Wolfgang Kundt, Bonn, GERMANY

and continued with the PLENARY LECTURE "Data Compression: Learning and Clustering" by Professor Bruno Carpentieri, University of Salerno, ITALY



All the papers were subject to peer, thorough, strict review. 
Organizing Committee will send each paper to 3 independent reviewers, experts in the area of the paper.
So, each paper will be evaluated by three independent experts according to the following Criteria
1) Relevance to the Conference Call
2) Scientific - Technical Originality, Potential Impact and Interest for the audience
3) Scientific/Technical Content And Advances Beyond The State-Of-The-Art
4) Quality of the Presentation, Clarity of the Content
5) Comments For The Authors
The reviewers are going to indicate their familiarity with the paper's
subject, evaluate the paper along the aforementioned criteria. Finally, the Organizing Committee will decide what papers will be accepted. Our Score System will classify the papers as follows
Excellent Papers: Papers of outstanding quality - top 15% of the accepted papers
Very good Papers: Papers of very good quality - in the top 25% of accepted papers
Good papers: Papers of average quality - in the top 50% of accepted papers
Fair Papers: Papers of fair quality and below acceptable threshold
(implies: Rejection) 
Poor Papers: Poor quality papers (implies: Rejection)