The review process is composed of two phases. In the first phase submitted abstracts are evaluated and selected for paper submission or poster presentation. In the second phase submitted papers are reviewed.
During these two phases, peer reviewing is done by the Editorial Board. It reserves the right to determine whether a submitted paper is accepted or rejected. Authors should check its composition and indicate if some members could cause a conflict of interest. They won’t be involved in his paper’s review.
The review process is slightly different for authors attending the DSC conference. Please read the review process for DSC contributors to get more information.