The results of the conference will be published in two electronic digests: A.S. Popov Russian Science and Technical Society (indexed in RSCI); and IEEE (indexed in Scopus). Authors submit one full article written in Russian or English depending on the digest they want to be published in. The requirements, paper submission workflow and submission cost depends on the digest selected by the authors. Rights for participation of the authors in both cases are equal; presentations should comply with the requirements which are same for both cases.
This website, being the official website of DSPA conference, accepts IEEE paper submissions.
RSCI paper submissions should be made on the website of A.S. Popov Russian Science and Technical Society:
After reviewing both paper types will be joined into one single conference programme.
Publishing in IEEE
1. If you want your paper to be published in the IEEE electronic library, you should ensure it's compliance with the IEEE requirements. The requirements and templates can be found on the following pages:LaTeX
2. Paper should contain no less than 4 and no more than 6 pages.
3. Before submitting your paper you should decide which section you'll be publishing it in. List of all sections can be found here:
4. Paper submission is made through personal account, which can be created by visiting the following page:
Register as participant
In order to submit your paper you should upload one PDF file. Please take note that the submitted paper will be registered in the list of papers intended for publication in IEEE. Two separate lists of submitted papers (for IEEE and RSCI) will be formed and later joined after the review process.
6. Papers' review will be performed in accordance with the dates listed on the conference's important dates page (see above). Authors will be notified of their papers' status changes and edit requests by e-mail.
7. If the paper gets rejected, it could be redirected to A.S. Popov Russian Science and Technical Society's digest. Translation from English to Russian in that case can be skipped, but the paper should be edited in order to be compliant with their rules (see section below).
9. Authors will be informed of inclusion in the conference programme and will be requested to pay the required fee. Information about fees is available here:
10. Publication in the IEEE requires the paper to be presented at the conference. DSPA2021 is planned to be done in online and offline joined participation format in order to accomodate organizers and participants' needs.
11. After the conference the participated papers will be forwarded to IEEE. Authors should make a document approving the delegation of rights for publication to IEEE (copyright form). If any additional actions should be taken by the authors, they will be notified.
Please take note that the papers' content will be checked for possible plagiarism by conference organization committee before submitting them to IEEE. IEEE performs the further checking and publishes the papers in the digest, which usually takes up to several months (up to 6). Authors will be notified about their publication by e-mail.
12. Indexing in the Scopus database (and possibly in other international databases) is performed automatically without the intervention from the DSPA organizers or IEEE, usually it takes up to several months starting from the day when the paper gets published in the IEEE library.
Publication in A.S. Popov Russian Science and Technical Society digest
2. Authors submit their papers.
3. Papers get reviewed.
4. Authors get notified about their inclusion in the conference programme.
5. Conference programme will include both IEEE and RSCI papers.
6. Please take note that additional events will be held at the DSPA2021 conference. Moreover, the online part of the conference will be performed using the dspa-conf.org website. So please, use the www.rntores.ru to submit your papers, and watch for the current information about the conference status on the dspa-conf.org website.