ICODAS accepts abstracts and full texts on all topics, including operational research, business analytics, and data science. The topics of the conference include (but are not limited to):
If you interested in registration, please click on this link to access registration information.
In ICODAS, accepted papers will be published as chapters in different edited books of world famous and highly reputed international publishers including but not limited to Scrivener - Wiley, Apple Academic Press to name a few. Authors should read the authors’ instructions carefully before preparing their papers. All papers must be prepared using Microsoft Word only. Full papers of minimum 10 pages and maximum 20 pages prepared according PAPER TEMPLATE will only be considered for publications.
Full-Text Paper Submission Deadline
Notification of Acceptance/Rejection
Final Paper (Camera Ready) Submission
Early Bird Registration
20 June, 2023
Late Registration (for one of the authors)
21 June, 2023
22-24 June, 2023
You can send your papers to firstname.lastname@example.org email address or upload your papers via the submission form link.
Conditions for Abstract:
Program: MS Word
Paper Size: A4 (210×297 mm)
Margins and Number of Pages: 3 cm margins should be left at the bottom, top, right, and left. Footer and header information should not be used unless necessary, and if used, 1.25 cm space should be left for the footer and header. Papers should be prepared in English.
The title should be concise and informative, and should not contain formulas and abbreviations.
The abstract title should be written in “Times New Roman” font, 12 points, in bold, centered, and capital letters.
Author Names and Information:
It takes place after 2 full lines under the title.
In the order of the author's name and surname, the surname should be written in capital letters and centered with 12 fonts.
The name and surname of the person who will present the paper will be written in bold.
The full addresses of the authors should be written left aligned, in 10 font size, with a single line spacing under the names. If there is more than one author, a space should be left between the address lines.
For the address-author relationship, a superscript (such as “1”, and “2”, respectively) is indicated at the end of the surname of the author with numbers.
Only the postal information of the contact author should be written. “Contact author e-mail” should be written in 10-point bold.
2 full line spacing should be given before the abstract text.
The text of the abstract should be written in “Times New Roman” font, 12 points, the text should be written in a single column and the words should not be divided.
Line spacing should not be left between paragraphs.
Paragraph beginnings should not be indented from the left, all text should be written right and left justified.
Lines should be single-spaced.
Considering that the abstract will be used alone and will be included in the booklet to be distributed during the registration of the congress; The purpose of the study and the methods used should be briefly stated, the findings should be summarized with sufficient numerical detail and the result should be explained within the framework of the presented findings.
The abstract should not exceed 250 words, excluding keywords.
It should be placed below the abstract and after 1 full line space.
Keywords title should be written in 12-point bold and the first letters should be capitalized.
Keywords should be written in normal writing, 12 points, and in alphabetical order, maximum 5 pieces.
Submission Terms and Conditions for Full Texts:
The full text to be submitted as a book chapter can be uploaded to this platform until April 1st.
It should be remembered that participation is optional.
The publication of the collective volume is scheduled for the end of 2023 in Apple Academic Press (Co-publication with CRC Press and Taylor & Francis Group) and Scrivener Publishing (Under the Wiley-Scrivener imprint).
There is a mandatory style template in Word format that must be used to edit the text. It is necessary to edit it with Microsoft Word, since the template contains internal metadata for the platform to identify the documents. We therefore recommend that you replace the example texts with your own, respecting and using the proposed styles. This will facilitate all subsequent layout work by the congress organizers and compliance with the publication deadlines.
The length of the chapters, including all the sections, will be a maximum of 20 pages. words. Bibliography, footnotes, tables and graphs will be included in this amount.
This text will include an abstract and keywords.
You can modify the title of the full text with respect to the title of the defended paper.
The structure of the text should be articulated as follows:
1. If it is a research paper, an experience or literature/systematic review, it should contain information on: introduction, objectives (with or without hypothesis), method, results and conclusion.
2. If it is a theoretical review or reflection, the structure to follow will be: introduction, objectives, development of the topic and conclusions.
The mandatory citation system is APA 7th edition.
You can consult the rules of the APA 7th system at this link
However, it is advisable to use a bibliographic reference manager to avoid citation errors, duplications, etc. Some examples of bibliographic reference managers: Zotero, Bibme, EasyBib, Mendeley, Endnote, Refworks, Bibcitation or Bibtex.
It is recommended to include the DOI in those articles or book chapters that have it.
The maximum file size that can be uploaded to the platform is 10 Mb. If your document has more weight check the resolution of the images (100 dpi for example is sufficient for a digital edition).
Book chapters will be reviewed by members of the scientific committee who may accept the chapter, propose major or minor changes or reject it.
Once your chapter has been reviewed by blind peer review, you will have available in the “certificates” section of your work desk a certificate of participation in chapbook.
Submission of proposals for publication as book chapters implies acceptance of and compliance with the rules of these and deadlines referenced above.
Ethical aspects. ICODAS Congress aims, as a whole, to ensure compliance with ethical standards in scientific research:
They maintain an ethical commitment to the academic community and society, inspired by the international agreements taken from the Comité de Ética de Publicaciones (COPE). Authors should take into account the indications of this Committee.
Paper proposals must be original (zero tolerance to plagiarism), scientific or professional in nature. They cannot be papers already published or presented previously or simultaneously in another congress. For this purpose, several specific anti-plagiarism tools will be used, setting reasonable margins and analyzing the cases that exceed these margins (20% max.). We consider as plagiarism: self-plagiarism, errors in the wording of attributions, the nature of the text, quotations, etc. If any of these cases are detected, the papers will be rejected and there will be no right to reimbursement of the amounts paid to the organization.
The Scientific Committee will reject and, therefore, will not be published (informing those affected):
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