Guidelines for Contribute an Article>>> SCRES
Article Submission Guidelines
for submitting articles
1. Editorial, not advertisement
Your article should focus on providing SCRES issues or viewpoints without presenting
a promotional pitch for your company or products.
2. Submit an outline
a) To show how to design...
b) Emphasize the importance of...
Follow these objectives with an abstract
of what you plan to write. Also, explain why your article will be suitable for your
colleagues. Express yourself within 200 words.
3. Write the article
Present we are provided any standard fixed size of the file.
We are inviting different articles as per the occasions and events.
4. Submit online
To submit article that member should
be registered one and if the existing member Please login.
5. Presentation tips
6. Copyright issues
- Not all readers may be familiar with the standards, acronyms, or jargon you use.
Explain these in a separate box/table.
- Sometimes, you may require a product-specific application to explain a concept.
Highlight this as a real-world example (or reference design) in a sidebar (separate
block of text) of a few hundred words.
- Use short sentences—they are easier read.
- An active voice with a conversational tone will take your article further: use
"you", like one engineer talking to another.
- Illustrate your presentation to attract reader attention. The figures must have
- Help readers contact you. Include your full name, address, telephone and fax
numbers, and e-mail address for interested readers to contact.
Please submit your article to only one publication at a time. If your article has
been recently been published and the publisher holds the copyright, ensure you have
permission to publish the paper on SCRES Website.
Make sure you have all the material ready to go at one time:
- An electronic copy of your article
in rich-text (*.rtf) or MS Word (*.doc)/ Acrobat(PDF) format. Include references
to figures, captions, and sidebars in this file.
- Electronic copies of figures and photographs saved as high-resolution (minimum
300dpi) *.JPG or *.TIF files. We prefer these files e-mailed to us,
- If, for some reason, you are unable to provide illustrations in any of the above-mentioned
formats, send hard copies of photographs and consult our editors for the other figures
(such as block diagrams).
We often receive more articles than we can publish. We select articles based on the informational value to readers.
If, for some reason, your article does not fit the editorial focus or the guidelines, we will promptly inform you.
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