Publishing Ethics

It is important that all editors, reviewers and authors involved in the production of the Applied Science and Engineering Journal for Advanced Research adhere to the highest levels of professional ethics and standards. Each author clearly agrees that the manuscript satisfies the highest ethical requirements for authors and coauthors by submitting it to this journal. Our ethics statements are based on Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).


(1) The editors of the Applied Science and Engineering Journal for Advanced Research will make the final decision on whether or not the suggested papers will be published.

(2) The Editors only consider papers for publication based on their scientific merit, regardless of the authors' gender, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity, nationality, or political views.

(3) The Editors and members of the working group promise not to reveal information about the papers submitted for publication to anybody except the author, referees, and editor.


(1) Any reviewer who does not feel suitable up to the task or is unable to complete the evaluation of the proposed contribution within the time range should notify the coordinators as soon as possible.

(2) Every given assignment should be approached as a private discussion. As a result, these texts may not be discussed with anyone else without the express permission of the editors.

(3) The reviewer must provide credible justifications for their decisions. Peer review must be handled in a fair manner. Any personal opinions regarding the authors or contributors are considered unacceptable.

(4) Reviewer agree to highlight bibliographical references to foundational works that the author may have missed. Any similarities or overlaps between the reading text and other works that the referee is aware of must be reported to the editors as well.

(5) Confidential information must be kept private and not exploited for personal gain during the peer-review process. The reviewer will not be able to read the paper if there is a potential conflict of interest due to previous collaboration or rivalry with the author and/or her/his institution.


(1) The authors must declare that their work is completely unique, including all of the materials they used.

(2) The author should not publish research paper/article in several scientific journals that repeat the same search results. It is unethical and inconvenient to submit the same contribution to multiple scientific journals at the same time.

(3) The author should always give credit to the sources and contributors mentioned in the article.

(4) All authors must declare any potential conflicts of interest that could have influenced their findings or conclusions. Any research funding agencies and/or the project that led to the publishing of the article must also be mentioned by the authors.

(5) When an author notices a substantial error or inaccuracy in his or her work, he or she should notify the journal editors as soon as possible and give them with all the information they need to make the necessary revisions.