Requirements for Submissions
Submissions to BDET 2023 must be original; submissions cannot have been published or accepted in a journal or conference proceedings, nor presented at another conference. Further, submissions must not be concurrently under consideration for publication or presentation elsewhere. If your paper has previously been published as a working paper or a pre-print, you will be asked to describe this as part of the submission process.
Official language is English in paper writing and presenting.
Submitted full paper should have no less than 8 pages(10 pages preferred, 20 pages maximum), including all figures, tables, and references.
One regular registration can cover a paper within Ten pages, including all figures, tables, and references. Extra page will be charged at 30USD per page.
Download the Submission Template.
How to Submit
All submissions are to be made via the BDET 2023 submission system. After creating an account and logging on to the site, the authors should go to “New Submissions” to submit their completed research paper.
All submissions must be in Adobe PDF format only.
Policy on dual submissionSubmissions that are identical (or substantially similar) to versions that have been previously published, or accepted for publication, or that have been submitted in parallel to other conferences or journals are not appropriate for BDET and violate our dual submission policy.
Policy on near-duplicate submissions
Multiple submissions with an excessive amount of
overlap in their text or technical content are not
acceptable. The technical committee reserves the right
to immediately reject all submissions which they deem to
be excessively similar and by the same authors.
Accepted full paper will be subjected to similarity check before publishing. Papers with above 30% similarity index may not pass the final quality check.
Topic is relevant to a track’s theme.
Objectives are clear and well-described.
Paper is written clearly.
Paper will draw an audience.
Paper is well organized and flows logically.
Literature review is appropriate.
Methodology is appropriate (only if relevant).
Analyses are appropriate (only if relevant—many short papers may not yet have data to analyze).
Evidence supports authors’ arguments (if relevant).
Paper makes a useful contribution or has the potential to make such contribution.