Information for Participants

First call! ~ 2023 Circulara I. ~ 2023

The conference will last over three days:

• March 17, 2023: scientific presentations;

Participation fee

Authors or co-authors Regular  100 EUR
PhD. Student, MSc. and BS. students 75 EUR*
Accompanying person 50 EUR

The conference fee for participants covers: the conference documents, the conference electronic proceedings with the fulltext papers (memory stick), the coffee breaks, the lunch, the official
dinner, the field trip on Saturday (transportation, lunch, and entrance tickets to the visited sites) and the city tour on Sunday.

The accompanying person’ fee covers the lunch, the official dinner, the field trip on Saturday (transportation, lunch, and entrance tickets to the visited sites), and city tour on Sunday.

The presentation can be oral or as a poster.

The submitted papers will be written in English. If accepted after the reviewing process, they will be published in the conference electronic proceedings book (ISSN: 2344–4401 ). The conference proceedings book is indexed by DOAJ, PROQUEST, EBSCOhost, ULRICHS, SCIRUS and Academic Journals Database. Each paper will receive a DOI code.

Template                                                            Instructions for authors

One author may participate with maximum two presentations in the conference and he/she may be the first author only once.

* BS and MSc. students do not pay the participation fee, if  they present their papers in the Students’ session and all co- authors of the presentation are BS and/or MSc students.
The papers presented in the Students’ session will not be published in the conference proceedings.

Open access refers to being “available freely to the public via the Internet” and the Budapest Open Access Initiative defines this as “permitting any users to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of these articles, crawl them for indexing, pass them as data to software, or use them for any other lawful purpose, without financial, legal, or technical barriers other than those inseparable from gaining access to the internet itself” (UMD Libraries, 2014).