The answer depends heavily on the field and the particular conference, and there isn’t necessarily an absolute answer even in a specific case. It may depend on why you care: You may care yourself, because you want your paper to be carefully archived and made available in perpetuity.
Can a conference paper be a non-refereed publication?
But this shouldn’t occur for a conference sponsored by a reputable organization. If the conference paper was refereed before been accepted for the conference, that counts as a refereed publication. If it was not, it is a non-refereed publication, and should be counted as such.
Where can I find the submission policy for previously published conference papers?
The submission policy for previously published conference papers should be stated clearly on the journal web page as author instructions.
Can we share results in conferences where the paper will appear?
It is common to share results in conferences where the paper would appear in their published proceedings. Can we still send the articles to journals after the research is completed? Join ResearchGate to ask questions, get input, and advance your work.
How much content is required to publish a conference paper?
Most journals that do consider conference papers follow COPE suggestions and require 40-50% new content overall, written permission from the conference host to publish the paper, and revisions to the work based on the comments/feedback from the conference.
Can a published paper be presented in a conference?
The exact answer depends on the topic, but normally: Publishing finding in an academic journal does not preclude presenting at conferences (except in computer science!). In fact, it’s quite common to first publish a paper in a peer-reviewed journal, then go to one or even several conferences to advertise it.
Can review paper be published in conference?
Answer: Conferences do not usually accept literature review manuscripts or review articles for publishing in their conference proceedings. However, some conferences do allow publication of review articles as a poster.
Can I submit the same paper to conference and journal?
Answer: You can submit the conference paper to a journal. However, you will need to keep the following points in mind. If the full conference paper was previously published in the conference proceedings, it might not be possible to publish it again.
Can I present the same paper at multiple conferences?
Understand the common practices in your field In some conferences and fields of study, it can be acceptable to present the same poster at multiple academic events. There is no hard and fast rule for this, so it would be useful to find out as early as possible what the common practices are in your discipline.
How do you publish a research paper in a conference?
How to Write a Conference Paper ProposalPropose a presentation that is unique, controversial, or treads new territory in your field.Review what your presentation will cover and address specifically.Address how your proposed presentation fits the theme and scope of the conference.More items…
Should I publish in conference proceedings?
Many researchers go on to publish the work that they presented at a conference in a journal publication. It is a useful route to take because conference attendees will comment on your presentation, ask questions and provide their input. The conference proceedings contain the first draft or your journal article.
Can I submit the same abstract to 2 conferences?
Conference planners and directors have the right to insist that submitted abstracts not be sent to multiple conferences. Presumably, the rule of exclusive submission insures that the abstract material will not have been presented elsewhere such that attendees will find value in learning it.
Can you submit same abstract to two conferences?
It is permissible to present the same research findings at more than one conference if both the first and subsequent conferences allow this. This practice may be referred to as an ‘encore’ (or more specifically an encore abstract or encore presentation).
Do conference proceedings count as publications?
yes, it’s a publication. It is not exactly the same kind of publication as a journal publication, and depending on the field it may be viewed as less or more important than a journal publication, but it still counts as a publication.
Can I present my thesis in a conference?
Answer: It is perfectly acceptable to give a presentation at a conference and then develop it into a full-fledged article and submit it to a journal. This will not be considered duplicate publication as long as at least 30 per cent of the content is new or different.
Is it acceptable to publish a conference abstract and an article based on it in two different journals?
Yes you can still publish your work in another journal even after presenting it in a conference.
Can you submit the same paper to different classes?
Unless the second instructor expressly allows it, submitting an assignment already submitted for another class is a form of academic misconduct. This is also known as self-plagiarism or recycling work.