Multiple submissions of the same paper to several conferences and/or journals may seem like a good idea to boost your academic reputation and presence. However, this is generally regarded as bad practice and not altogether ethical.
Should I submit the same research paper to multiple conferences?
Submitting one paper at a time to multiple conferences may increase one’s chance of acceptance, but adding more findings/insights between different conferences may actually improve it. Such a continual improvement/additions to a research topic could have benefits in long run to the researcher e. g.
Is it possible to attend two conferences at the same time?
The pragmatic answer (both for abstract and paper) is: In some cases Yes, if one or both conferences either has a strong chance of not happening/being canceled/imploding, or a high reject rate, or accepted presenters are likely to be unable to attend (e. g. foreseeable travel, visa or funding issues).
What’s the difference between a single paper and a conference presentation?
Heck, even a single study has a lot of aspects to it, and many conference presentations have less content than a single paper. For example, you might have a presentation at one conference that’s highly technical, another for a different audience that’s more practical/applied, etc.
Can I submit the same paper to multiple venues?
No paper can be simultaneously submitted for publication in multiple venues, regardless of whether those venues are conferences, journals, books, or any mixture thereof.
Can you present the same presentation 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.
Can I present an already published paper at a conference?
It is also acceptable to present your published work at a conference. However, in this case, it is generally considered good practice to cite your published article and provide a link at the end of the presentation if it is avilable online.
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 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).
Can you republish conference proceedings?
Those that do republish conference papers will generally only do so if the paper has been substantially reworked to include additional detail which could not be included in the conference paper, such as detailed proofs or wider comparison with other work in the field.
Can a paper be rejected after acceptance?
In other words, the acceptance decision should be made with pages in mind. While it is reasonable to reject a paper up front due to lack of space, backlog of similar papers, etc, it is not reasonable to do this once the paper has been accepted for publication.
Can you publish in a journal after presenting at a conference?
Yes you can still publish your work in another journal even after presenting it in a conference.
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What if I presented a paper in a Conference last year and i will present it this yesr in a different conference, is it acceptaBle?
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If research is published in conference proceedings, can it still be published in journals?
Check conference guidelines and rules
Some conferences will explicitly state that they will only accept original research. In these cases, it is definitely not advisable to reuse a research poster or paper. Doing so will be considered bad practice and disrespectful to other conference presenters, the organisers and the conference itself.
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.
Make amendments where possible
You can circumvent the sticky situation of repeatedly presenting the same research by making some selected changes to your poster.
Always be honest
Even in the instances where you may be permitted to present the same poster at another conference, it is still always good practice to be honest and transparent about your research process. Openly and clearly declare when and where else you have presented this poster.
Why are there duplicates in conferences?
Many researchers will have given many talks on a subject, but if most of them are invited talks, the reason they’re duplicates is because conference organizers have essentially asked for duplicates . I’d argue it isn’t ethical to submit the same presentation, but a topic is a wide ranging thing.
Do published studies need to be repeated?
In addition, it states: ” (1) Published studies do not need to be repeated unless further confirmation is required. (2) Previous publication of an abstract during the proceedings of meetings does not preclude subsequent submission for publication, but full disclosure should be made at the time of submission.
Do you have to disclose if a conference paper has been accepted?
However, in a field where conference papers are required to give a talk, then ethical rules demand that you disclose if a paper has been accepted previously. If you’ve changed the material enough, or introduced enough new material, then it’s a little bit more of a grey area.
Multiple Submissions and Self-Plagiarism
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How to Present at Multiple Conferences
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Update Your Research and Be Honest
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