Сибирский журнал науки и технологий
ISSN 2587-6066

Vestnik sibsau
Vestnik sibsau
Vestnik sibsau
Vestnik sibsau

Ethical principles of the parties involved in the publication process of Siberian Journal of Science and Technology, developed up to the

standards of Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE)

Preparation of a paper for publication in a peer-reviewed scientific Journal includes close interaction between authors, referees, editors (members of the Editorial Board) and publisher. It is necessary that the ethical principles for all participants of the publishing process should be the same. In this regard, the Editorial Board of the journal “Scientific Journal of Science and Technology” establishes the following ethical principles.

For authors

  • Compliance of material with ethical and legal standards.

  • Clarity and precision of the results, absence of falsification and manipulation of data.

  • The originality of the presented material, absence of parallel or earlier of its publications, and plagiarism. The same is true for translations into a foreign language.

  • Responsibility for research results.

  • Transparency of funding sources and related conflicts of interest.

  • Preparation of materials in accordance with the journal’s requirements.

For referees

  • Competence and impartiality of peer review.

  • Objectivity and constructive approach to the material.

  • Peer review report in time for submission.

  • Confidentiality peer review.

  • No influence of the following factors on opinion of referees: origin, nationality, religion, political views of authors, commercial considerations.

  • Monitoring and control of conflict of interest.


  • Responsibility for the published materials.

  • Integrity and objectivity of decisions regardless of commercial considerations.

  • Ensuring effective peer review process.

  • Compliance with the editorial policy providing maximum transparency and accuracy of publications.

  • Monitoring cases of alleged misconduct in research and publishing its results.

  • Control of misconduct in reviewing and editing.

  • Informing reviewers and authors about all claims submitted to them.

  • Solution of editorial conflicts of interest.

For publisher

  • Establishing the journal’s effective policy that involves:

  1. independent reviewers;

  2. research ethics;

  3. authorship;

  4. transparency and honesty;

  5. complaints and appeals.

  • Compliance with the Code of Conduct for authors, referees and editors.

  • Monitoring and recall of articles.

  • Ensuring timely release of the journal.