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How does the WSEAS work

Between 1996-2020 WSEAS has helped over 4000 authors to receive free registration and financial support in order to participate in our conferences.
Between 1996-2020, WSEAS has offered 5 free registrations to each Plenary Speaker (100-300 Plenary Speakers each year) (more than 4000 free participants in our conferences due to the Plenary Speakers). Also, during the same period of 2003-2020, in each conferences (about 50 each year) 20 free registrations were offered to collaborating universities (more than 2000 free participants due to these collaborations). In total, WSEAS offered 4000 free registrations, each year helping an average of 10000 people to publish their work for free in our conferences.
Therefore, between 1996-2020, WSEAS has helped over 10000 authors to receive free registration and financial support in order to participate in our conferences.

WSEAS' social and philanthropic work is important and multi-fidous, especially during times of financial crisis, and is based in the supplying of food and medicines to the less fortunate, locally as well as globally. More details and photos will be published on the WSEAS website in the near future.                           .

WSEAS has the following members (as of January 16, 2020: www.wseas.org/cms.action?id=7659).

Members can participate with discounts in our conferences and can participate in our research projects with additional benefits.

Papers in WSEAS Conferences and Journals are subject to thorough peer review. The names of the Reviewers appear in the Proceedings and are, consequently, sent to all collaborating indexes. Qualified colleagues are always invited to participate in the review process. 
Nobody can qualify to become a WSEAS Reviewer without proper academic qualifications (i.e. recent publications in the indexes: Scopus, Compendex, SCIE, ESCI, INSPEC etc).. Reviewers whose review work is not thorough or who are not longer active are immediately removed from our reviewers' list. Therefore, our list only includes active reviewers. The names of all conference reviewers are also published in the WSEAS post-conference reports.
Additionally, WSEAS is an academic publisher with open access journals (public PDF on the web plus hard copy). You can also directly contact the Editors-in-Chief or previous authors: http://wseas.org/main/author-testimonials.html

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Before the peer-review, each article in WSEAS Journals and Conferences are checked for possible plagiarism and self-plagiarism by Turnitin

 


Before the peer-review  and after the anti-plagiarism control by Turnitin, we check the names of the authors and their affiliations very carefully. We also check using Google Scholar  if they have published enough papers in the last 5 years.

 


Starting from January 1st, 2020, the articles in WSEAS Journals will have DOI by Crossref

 


What do the Authors say about publishing in our Journals

 


Prof. Nicholas Tritos from Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA, joined us as Associate Editor in our Journal WSEAS Transactions on Biology and Biomedicine

Prof. V.R.Singh Fellow-IEEE/EMBS-IMS, Fellow IET, National Physical Laboratory, India, joined us as Associate Editor in our Journal WSEAS Transactions on Biology and Biomedicine

Prof. George Vachtsevanos, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, joined us as Co-Editor-in-Chief in our Journal WSEAS Transactions on Computers


 


 Google Scholar

 


WSEAS participates now in Semantic Scholar search engine

 


WSEAS Publication have digital preservation in Portico

 


 

Before the peer-review  and after the anti-plagiarism control by Turnitin, we check the names of the authors and their affiliations very carefully. We also check using Google Scholar  if they have published enough papers in the last 5 years.