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QuestionHow to find out if my paper fits the Journal scope without submitting the paper in OpenConf?
Solution The very simple way is to open a support ticket and attach a cover letter containing the followings:

1. Your manuscript's title.
2. Article type (review, research, case study, etc.).
3. Brief background of your study and the research question you sought to answer.
4. Brief overview of methodology used.
5. Principle findings and significance to scientific community (how your research advances our understanding of a concept).
6. Corresponding author contact information (SCOPUS ID, Researched ID or any public identification element linking to a public publication history).
7. Short list of similar articles previously published by our journal (include the DOIs of the respective articles).
8. List of relevant works by you or your co-authors that have been previously published (include the DOIs of the respective papers).
9. Technical specialties required to evaluate your paper.

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We will answer in 3 to 7 working days, depending on the paper topic.

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Article ID: 26
Category: Paper submission
Date added: 2011-07-28 21:32:47
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