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Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
  • The authors warrant that the work is original and that it contains no content that is illegal or offends on any proprietary right or any copyright.
  • Artificial Intelligence and AI technologies cannot be listed as an author or cited as an author. Authors using AI technologies must declare this use and indicate it in the "Methodology" or "Statements and Declarations" section of the manuscript.
  • The authors warrant that they contributed significantly to the content and preparation of this work, and that they have seen and approve the content, authorship, order of author representation, and listing of references.
  • All authors agree that this work has not currently been sent for publication elsewhere and if it is accepted in Acta Polytechnica, it will not be submitted elsewhere.
  • All authors agree that the content of this work has not been published in any journal or in any ISBN identified  book.
  • Authors are obliged to include DOI identifier with cited references where available. DOIs can be found with the article full text, content, or article information at the journal (publication) or publisher website, or in the publisher on-line database.

    If DOI is not available with the full text or at any other location, please, check its availability at the DOI lookup service: . Search on-by-one by the full title and /or any other available information (author names, journal title, etc...).

    You can also retrieve DOIs for all your references together at (free registration required). Simply cut and paste your reference list (in any reference style) into the box, click “Submit”, and DOIs will appear at each reference (where available). You can then simply copy and paste the references incl. DOIs into your submission.

    If you have problems retrieving DOIs for your reference list, please, contact the CTU Central Library for help at: .

    Authors are also obliged to use their article’s DOI when referring to it in any further publication.

  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines, which is found in About the Journal.

Author Guidelines

We welcome high-quality scientific works that are interesting and beneficial for the scientific community. The journal publishes original research papers containing the results of basic research or applied research.

Authors communicate with Guest Editors, they do not submit conference papers individually into editorial system.

The conference organizers guarantee the quality and research level of papers and further assure the appropriate language quality.

The review process is held by organizers of the conference. Accepted papers are reviewed by a panel of reviewers and then by independent reviewers in a single blind review process. Reviewers are asked to recommend papers of particularly high importance, which they consider significant and interesting for the scientific community.

The Guest editor will hand reviews and reviewed and revised final version of papers over to the editorial board. The final version should consist of the source file, figures and graphs of .jpg, .pdf, eps. Format in a sufficient size for printing (300 dpi).

The Editorial board will provide the copyediting, proofreading for authors, web editing, the DOI indexing, metadata input, and print of the proceedings, if it is a part of an agreement.

Article submission charge or Article processing charge (APC, publication fee) is not required from authors - publishing in Acta Polytechnica CTU Proceedings is free of charge.

All submitted articles are screened for plagiarism by SimilarityCheck.


General rules:

  1. Conference papers are accepted only in English. Please check your text for correct scientific English and try to eliminate possible grammatical and/or spelling errors. The journal doesn’t provide language editing and any potential language lapses are a sole responsibility of the authors and Guest editor.
  2. Authors should use a LaTeX template for their conference paper, the template is available on the APP website.
  3. Authors are obliged to include DOI identifier with cited references where available. DOIs can be found with the article full text, content, or article information at the journal (publication) or publisher’s website, or in the publisher’s on-line database.
  4. Authors should send the final form of conference papers together with all necessary source files for typesetting (pictures, graphs, etc. as separated source files in format .jpg, .pdf, .eps and of a sufficient size and resolution of 300 dpi) to the guest editor.
  5. Authors will sign the originality statement, the document is also available on this APP website. A scan of a signed statement should be included as an attachment of the conference paper.
  6. Authors get to proofread the article for approval before Proceedings issue is published.
  7. Proceedings can be published in the printed version (on demand).

Before submitting your paper

Please make sure you adhere to the standards of publication ethics. You will find more information on ethics in publishing in our Publication ethics principles.

A declaration of originality are a part of the submission process.

Download the LaTeX template (zip, 1.3 MB), the Guide for Authors (pdf), the Manuscript example (pdf) and the Word example (pdf).

The Guide contains manuscript requirements, e.g. specification of submission format, paper structure, figures and tables and references. For more details please contact the editor's office.

 The review process is usually completed within six months. Papers of particularly high importance recommended by reviewers will be published ahead of the regular schedule.

After acceptance

As the journal is fully open access, all content is freely available to the users after publication. The papers are published under the Creative Commons CC-BY license (see Copyright notice section for details).

Acta Polytechnica CTU Proceedings assigns Digital Object Identifier (DOI) to all published articles. The DOI is a unique string of characters assigned to a specific article by the publisher upon the electronic publication and it is guaranteed never to change. It is, therefore, ideal to use the DOI in the URL format as a link to your published work.

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