Guidelines for authors


Papers should be innovative and reflect current and future trends in all aspects of transportation and logistics.

Participating papers should be in English and prepared according to the guidelines for authors using the provided template.

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Papers that do not follow the guidelines may not be considered for publication or presentation.

All papers will be blind peer reviewed by the members of the Conference Programme Committee to ensure an adequate standard. The authors whose first language is not English are requested to have their work proof-read by a native English speaker (or at least a fluent English speaker) prior to submission. Papers can be rejected due to a poor standard of English.

Accepted papers will be published in the Conference Proceedings.

At least one author of an accepted paper must register for the conference in order to submit the final version.

All accepted papers will be published in the Conference Proceedings and selected paper will be published in

Sprigner - EcoProduction series(Referenced in WoS)

Additionally, paper assessed by the Programme Committee as a significant contribution to science will be recommended for possible publication in accordance with the usual procedure in the journal

PROMET - Traffic & Transportation (Referenced in SCIE, WoS)

All papers recommended for publication in the above-noted scientific journals should be augmented, prepared according to the template of the respective journal and will be subjected to the usual review process as any other paper submitted for publication in the above-noted journals. The Programme Committee is not responsible for the final decision or has any influence on the review process regarding the above mentioned scientific journals.

The paper submission deadline is 4th May 2020. Please upload submissions to Submission form

The authors will be notified about the acceptance of their papers by 1th June 2020.

Official language of the Conference: English.

Poster presentations: Poster sessions will be organized for the participants who prefer poster discussion.


Based on the relevant factors of paper evaluation, reviewers may submit one of three possible propositions: paper is acceptable for publication; paper requires changes and additions; paper is not acceptable for publication.

If a reviewer submits a negative evaluation of a paper, the submitting author is informed that the paper is not accepted for publication.

The reviewer opinions and suggestions are sent to the author who is then obliged, together with other authors, to make the necessary adjustments according to the reviewer instructions.

If the authors disagree with the suggestions made by the reviewer, the President of Programme Committee reconciles the different opinions.

The final decision on paper publication is made at the meeting of the Programme Committee Board considering the opinions of the reviewers and respective author responses.