2024 International Conference on Advanced Technology of Electrical Engineering and Energy

Ethics for Author

Authors must adhere to all listed standards when submitting their work for presentation and publication at ATEEE. Please review the standards before submission. For questions or assistance regarding ethical issues, contact us at ateee@ateee.org.
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Originality & Plagiarism

Authors bear the responsibility of ensuring that the submitted manuscript constitutes original research. It is imperative to avoid all forms of plagiarism and self-plagiarism, including the paraphrasing of others' work without proper attribution or presenting someone else's ideas as one's own. Proper citation and acknowledgment of sources, including information, ideas, and data borrowed from others, are essential. In general, authors should refrain from submitting research that duplicates previously published work. Self-plagiarism, which involves reproducing one's own previously published work without appropriate citation or reference, is considered unethical and unacceptable.

Data Integrity & Accuracy

Authors must uphold truthfulness and accuracy in their submitted manuscripts. The research should be conducted with honesty and integrity, devoid of any misrepresentations. Authors should refrain from falsifying, misinterpreting, or manipulating data and research findings. Misrepresenting data and research findings constitutes unethical behavior and will lead to rejection. Additionally, authors should be prepared to provide raw data and research details to facilitate the reproducibility of the research. If authors discover fundamental errors or inaccuracies in their paper, they are obliged to notify the organizing committee and collaborate in the necessary correction or retraction process.

Disclosing Conflicts of Interest

Authors should maintain objectivity and impartiality in their writing by disclosing any conflicts of interest that could influence the objectivity or accuracy of the work.


Those who have significantly contributed to the paper should be acknowledged as authors. Each author should have participated substantially in the design, execution, and analysis of the research. Authors should carefully consider the composition and order of the author list, acknowledging their collective responsibility for the submission. All individuals listed as authors must be well-informed and consent to their inclusion in the research. Contributors who do not meet the criteria for authorship but have made significant contributions in other aspects should be appropriately acknowledged in the acknowledgment section.

Post-Publication Responsibilities

Authors are responsible for promptly informing the conference organizers of any fundamental errors or inaccuracies discovered after publication, allowing for corrections or retractions as necessary.

Human Subjects and Animals in Research

Authors must adhere to ethical standards and procedures when conducting research involving human subjects or animals. Manuscripts should state compliance with all relevant policies and laws governing research involving human subjects or animals.