Peer Review Process

Peer review is a crucial component of upholding high standards in publication and helps potential authors and researchers from around the world contribute their best research to scientific journals. Members of the Editorial Board will choose all articles submitted to the editorial staff after conducting an initial manuscript evaluation. The articles will be sent to peer reviewers (two reviewers) who are highly regarded in their fields after meeting the general and technical requirements of the journal. They will then move on to the next selection through the double-blind peer review process. The papers will then be given back to the authors for modification after that. The longest these procedures can last is three months. Each manuscript's peer reviewer will receive a score between the substantial and technical aspects. Articles that have been accepted will follow the publication schedule.