For authors
CAUTION! Failure to comply with the instructions can result in outright rejection of your application.

Prior to paper submission authors should register on site.
The submission is done in the Profile of the Author on official conference site.

Authors are invited to submit a paper in English (use of the Cyrillic alphabet is prohibited) addressing
one of the conference topics.

NOTICE: single person can be co-author of no more than 2 papers. Authorship of a single paper should be limited to 6 authors. All the submitted papers must contain the original (unpublished) results of the research.

Prior to the review process the papers will be checked on the following subjects: accordance to the template, plagiarism and excessive self-citations.

Prepare your submission in doc/docx format using our full paper template and following the rules given there. File size must be limited to 15 MB. Full paper volume cannot be less than 3 full pages (excluding references). Please, do not exceed 6 pages (including references), otherwise, you’ll have to pay additional fees for each extra page. The full paper must be written in English. Please, make sure that the English level is advanced, long expressions are avoided, and generally accepted terminology  is used. Please, use the Recommended Unit Symbols, SI Prefixes, and Abbreviations.

When the full paper is accepted, you'll have time to finalize the paper and submit its camera-ready edition. Camera-ready paper is the final version of the full paper, accepted by the Conference Publication Chair for inclusion to the IEEE Xplore® submission. By uploading the camera-ready paper you agree to publish it in the IEEE Xplore Digital Library and to provide a transfer of the copyright to IEEE.

After the camera-ready paper submission, all the authors affiliated to the Russian Federation will have to upload scans of the Security Clearance document and the Export Commission Conclusion document (Export Control Examination certificate) in accordance with federal law "On export control". Both documents should be based on the established model of the affiliating/delegating organization and certified with the seal of this organization. The documents are uploaded by the corresponding author only. The hard copies of these documents must be kept by the corresponding author until the end of the conference.
AUTHOR RESPONSIBILITIES
• Submit original work that has not been published previously, nor is currently submitted to any other publication,
including publications in other languages

• Plagiarism, fabrication, or falsification of any aspect of the paper is unacceptable

• Cite only articles that are directly relevant to the submitted paper

• Describe methods and materials with enough detail that the work can be reproduced

• Acknowledge research funder and any conflicts of interest

• Report any substantial changes to the paper after acceptance to the Conference Publication Chair, who may decide that re-review is appropriate; this includes changes to the bibliography
TEMPLATE
The abstract should give a reader enough insight of the paper content. Because of that abstract should contain 150-250 words.

Papers that do not meet guidelines and template will not be accepted to the review process.

The most common template violations include: wrong template (f.e. Journal template instead of Conference one), single column (instead of two columns), Information about authors (wrong order of “Name Surname”, multiple authors are grouped by affiliation), poor quality of figures (less than 300 dpi), remnants of the Russian text in template (including writings on the figures), wrong citation style (GOST instead of IEEE standard), not all citations are mentioned in text, etc. Make sure that your paper is formatted properly. Otherwise the paper will not be accepted to the review process.
PLAGIARISM
Submitted papers must be new and original. According to the IEEE Rules of Publication Services and Products Board, the critical plagiarism level (including self-plagiarism) for automatic verification by CrossCheck Portal is 20%, and it cannot be higher. Make sure that your paper is substantially different from (your) previously published work. Manuscripts will be checked for plagiarism and multiple publication using IEEE CrossCheck Portal. A detailed description of the plagiarism levels can be found via this link.

Papers that has plagiarism level higher than 20% will not be accepted to the review process.
EXCESSIVE SELF-CITATIONS
The list of references should include at least 10 sources on the research topic. It is strongly recommended that references to own authors works constitute no more than 20% of the entire list of references (and no more than 3 references). If there is a need to exceed the specified threshold, then links to relevant authors works must be added in the form of footnote links (and not be included in the list of references).
REVIEWING PROCESS
All reviews are based on submissions of papers following a single-blind process. All papers are reviewed
by at least two reviewers, and rated considering their:

• Scope: Is the paper appropriate for the scope of this conference?

• Novelty: Is this original material distinct from previous publications?

• Validity: Is the study well designed and executed?

• Data: Are the data reported, analyzed, and interpreted correctly?

• Clarity: Are the ideas expressed clearly, concisely, and logically?

• Compliance: Are all ethical and publication requirements met?

• Advancement: Is this a significant contribution to the field?

The reviewers are also asked to comment on Strong and Weal aspects of the paper. Finally, the reviewers can provide some free text observations regarding Recommended changes. Conflicting reviews may require assignment of a new reviewer. In the end the program chairs decide the status of the paper: Declined, Accepted or Accepted after Revision.

Papers with status Accepted after Revision must be revised taking carefully into account comments from the reviewers. If authors ignore major remarks of the reviewers their paper will not be accepted. For papers with status Accepted it is recommended to make minor corrections taking carefully into account comments from the reviewers.
CAMERA READY FINAL VERSION
The final version of Accepted papers should be submitted to the pdf-express before the final submission deadline to validate paper for inclusion in IEEE Xplore. To determine whether the papers are compatible with IEEE Xplore (and how to fix the files if they are not) please follow this link.
Conference ID: ______.

Papers that are not submitted to the pdf-express and are not approved for collection will not be included in the proceedings.

Paper Presentation

All accepted papers must be presented by one of the co-authors at the Conference Venue. Presentations by third persons should be strongly avoided. Authors can choose to have an Oral presentation or a Poster presentation. Text of the presentation and/or poster must be done
in English. The presentation itself must be understandable for every listener.

Please note, the papers that will not be presented at the Conference will be excluded fr om the USBEREIT proceedings (in accordance with the policy of IEEE Xplore "No-Shows").

After the Conference authors of presented papers will be invited to complete and digitally sign the IEEE Electronic Copyright Form (eCF) and to pay the conference fee.

Authors who performed their work in organizations on the territory of the Russian Federation, please, in accordance with federal law N 183-ФЗ "On export control", should upload a scan of the export control examination certificate (based on the established model of your organization). The examination certificate must be certified by the seal of the organization wh ere the work was performed.

eCF
eCF is a procedure for authors to complete their publishing agreement with IEEE. Corresponding author will receive in a few days after a conference an email with a user ID and password, and more detailed information on accessing IEEE Electronic Copyright. The email will be sent to address which was mentioned during the registration. Make sure that you use an active email address. Please contact organizing committee if you need help with this procedure.

Papers without completed copyright forms will not appear on the conference proceedings and will not be enrolled in IEEE Xplore.
IMPORTANT DATES
Paper Submission Deadline: 25.07.2021
Notification of Acceptance Date: 30.09.2021
Сopyright transfer to IEEE: 1.11.2021
Conference payment Deadline: 8.11.2 021
Start conference: 19.11.2021
End Conference: 21.11.2021

Accepted and presented full papers will be submitted for inclusion in the IEEE Xplore subject to meeting IEEE Xplore's scope and quality requirements. IEEE has agreements with almost all of the top publishers, including Clarivate Analytics (formerly Thomson Reuters), Elsevier (Compendex, ScienceDirect, and Scopus), Google Scholar, ACM, IET etc.
For authors
CAUTION! Failure to comply with the instructions can result in outright rejection of your application.

Prior to paper submission authors should register on site. The submission is done in the Profile of the Author on official conference site.

Authors are invited to submit a paper in English (use of the Cyrillic alphabet is prohibited) addressing one of the conference topics.

NOTICE: single person can be co-author of no more than 2 papers. Authorship of a single paper should be limited to 6 authors. All the submitted papers must contain the original (unpublished) results of the research.

Prior to the review process the papers will be checked on the following subjects: accordance to the template, plagiarism and excessive self-citations.

Prepare your submission in doc/docx format using our full paper template and following the rules given there. File size must be limited to 15 MB. Full paper volume cannot be less than 3 full pages (excluding references). Please, do not exceed 6 pages (including references), otherwise, you’ll have to pay additional fees for each extra page. The full paper must be written in English. Please, make sure that the English level is advanced, long expressions are avoided, and generally accepted terminology is used. Please, use the Recommended Unit Symbols, SI Prefixes, and Abbreviations.

When the full paper is accepted, you'll have time to finalize the paper and submit its camera-ready edition. Camera-ready paper is the final version of the full paper, accepted by the Conference Publication Chair for inclusion to the IEEE Xplore® submission. By uploading the camera-ready paper you agree to publish it in the IEEE Xplore Digital Library and to provide a transfer of the copyright to IEEE.

After the camera-ready paper submission, all the authors affiliated to the Russian Federation will have to upload scans of the Security Clearance document and the Export Commission Conclusion document (Export Control Examination certificate) in accordance with federal law "On export control". Both documents should be based on the established model of the affiliating/delegating organization and certified with the seal of this organization. The documents are uploaded by the corresponding author only. The hard copies of these documents must be kept by the corresponding author until the end of the conference.
AUTHOR RESPONSIBILITIES
• Submit original work that has not been published previously, nor is currently submitted to any other publication, including publications in other languages

• Plagiarism, fabrication, or falsification of any aspect of the paper is unacceptable

• Cite only articles that are directly relevant to the submitted paper

• Describe methods and materials with enough detail that the work can be reproduced

• Acknowledge research funder and any conflicts of interest

• Report any substantial changes to the paper after acceptance to the Conference Publication Chair, who may decide that re-review is appropriate; this includes changes to the bibliography
TEMPLATE
The abstract should give a reader enough insight of the paper content. Because of that abstract should contain 150-250 words.

Papers that do not meet guidelines and template will not be accepted to the review process.

The most common template violations include: wrong template (f.e. Journal template instead of Conference one), single column (instead of two columns), Information about authors (wrong order of “Name Surname”, multiple authors are grouped by affiliation), poor quality of figures (less than 300 dpi), remnants of the Russian text in template (including writings on the figures), wrong citation style (GOST instead of IEEE standard), not all citations are mentioned in text, etc.

Make sure that your paper is formatted properly. Otherwise the paper will not be accepted to the review process.
PLAGIARISM
Submitted papers must be new and original. According to the IEEE Rules of Publication Services and Products Board, the critical plagiarism level (including self-plagiarism) for automatic verification by CrossCheck Portal is 20%, and it cannot be higher. Make sure that your paper is substantially different from (your) previously published work. Manuscripts will be checked for plagiarism and multiple publication using IEEE CrossCheck Portal. A detailed description of the plagiarism levels can be found via this link.

Papers that has plagiarism level higher than 20% will not be accepted to the review process.
EXCESSIVE SELF-CITATIONS
The list of references should include at least 10 sources on the research topic. It is strongly recommended that references to own authors works constitute no more than 20% of the entire list of references (and no more than 3 references). If there is a need to exceed the specified threshold, then links to relevant authors works must be added in the form of footnote links (and not be included in the list of references).
REVIEWING PROCESS
ll reviews are based on submissions of papers following a single-blind process. All papers are reviewed by at least two reviewers, and rated considering their:

• Scope: Is the paper appropriate for the scope of this conference?

• Novelty: Is this original material distinct from previous publications?

• Validity: Is the study well designed and executed?

• Data: Are the data reported, analyzed, and interpreted correctly?

• Clarity: Are the ideas expressed clearly, concisely, and logically?

• Compliance: Are all ethical and publication requirements met?

• Advancement: Is this a significant contribution to the field?

The reviewers are also asked to comment on Strong and Weal aspects of the paper. Finally, the reviewers can provide some free text observations regarding Recommended changes. Conflicting reviews may require assignment of a new reviewer. In the end the program chairs decide the status of the paper: Declined, Accepted or Accepted after Revision.

Papers with status Accepted after Revision must be revised taking carefully into account comments from the reviewers. If authors ignore major remarks of the reviewers their paper will not be accepted.

For papers with status Accepted it is recommended to make minor corrections taking carefully into account comments from the reviewers.
CAMERA READY FINAL VERSION
The final version of Accepted papers should be submitted to the pdf-express before the final submission deadline to validate paper for inclusion in IEEE Xplore.

To determine whether the papers are compatible with IEEE Xplore (and how to fix the files if they are not) please follow this link. Conference ID: ______.

Papers that are not submitted to the pdf-express and are not approved for collection will not be included in the proceedings.

PAPER PRESENTATION

All accepted papers must be presented by one of the co-authors at the Conference Venue. Presentations by third persons should be strongly avoided. Authors can choose to have an Oral presentation or a Poster presentation. Text of the presentation and/or poster must be done in English. The presentation itself must be understandable for every listener.

Please note, the papers that will not be presented at the Conference will be excluded fr om the USBEREIT proceedings (in accordance with the policy of IEEE Xplore "No-Shows").

After the Conference authors of presented papers will be invited to complete and digitally sign the IEEE Electronic Copyright Form (eCF) and to pay the conference fee.

Authors who performed their work in organizations on the territory of the Russian Federation, please, in accordance with federal law N 183-ФЗ "On export control", should upload a scan of the export control examination certificate (based on the established model of your organization). The examination certificate must be certified by the seal of the organization wh ere the work was performed.

eCF

eCF is a procedure for authors to complete their publishing agreement with IEEE. Corresponding author will receive in a few days after a conference an email with a user ID and password, and more detailed information on accessing IEEE Electronic Copyright. The email will be sent to address which was mentioned during the registration. Make sure that you use an active email address. Please contact organizing committee if you need help with this procedure.

Papers without completed copyright forms will not appear on the conference proceedings and will not be enrolled in IEEE Xplore.

IMPORTANT DATES

Paper Submission Deadline 25.07.2021
Notification of Acceptance Date: 30.09.2021
Сopyright transfer to IEEE: 1.11.2021
Conference payment Deadline: 8.11.2021
Start conference: 19.11.2021


Accepted and presented full papers will be submitted for inclusion in the IEEE Xplore subject to meeting IEEE Xplore's scope and quality requirements. IEEE has agreements with almost all of the top publishers, including Clarivate Analytics (formerly Thomson Reuters), Elsevier (Compendex, ScienceDirect, and Scopus), Google Scholar, ACM, IET etc.