INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE VALLIS AUREA
European integration process has given rise to institutional, economic, political and cultural cooperation among countries as well as their integration in a single economic system. At the same time efforts are made to preserve national identity of the member countries as well as their regional diversity. Recognition of the diversity of regions, their distinct characteristics and comparative advantages in a unified Europe is of utmost importance for the membership of the Republic of Croatia in the European Union. The tourism has been recognized as a strategic strongpoint in the Adriatic part of Croatia, whereas the Panonnian region of Croatia does not have a clear vision of that. It is therefore vital to explore and determine the underlying guidelines for the development. Since they have always been connected with the practical side of life, the polytechnics are the institutions responsible for the future development. In the last ten years since the establishment of the Polytechnic in Pozega, the development has been focusing on education and the application of knowledge in practice, which has distinguished the Polytechnic as an initiator and an actual development factor. International Conference “Vallis Aurea“ is international platform to achieve this objectives. It will serve as a permanent platform for an interdisciplinary approach to resolving issues related to regional development and innovation. It covers various areas ranging from theory to practical application and continued promotion based on inventiveness and regional particularities. This conference is international scientific-professional conference and the first step in our interdisciplinary attempt to organize longlasting international cooperation.
Publishing schedule: The International Conference is held every other year.
Polytechnic in Pozega, Croatia, Vukovarska 17, 34000 Pozega
DAAAM International Vienna, Austria, Karlsplatz 13/311, A-1040 Vienna
Faculty of Economics Uzhhorod National University (Ukraine), Universytetska St., 14a, Uzhhorod
Co-organizers of conference are Croatian Chamber of Commerce and European Hygienic Engineering and Design Group.
Layout & Design: Branko Katalinic
Technical Editors: Berislav Andrlic & Manuel Del Vechio
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Authors submit articles for a publication whose original work is presented and which have not already been published or submitted for publication in some other publications in the same or another language.
An author should not, in principle, publish articles describing the same research in more than one publication. Simultaneous submission of the same research in several publications is unethical and unacceptable. After accepting an article for publication in the proceedings, the author may publish the same article in another publication only with the consent of the Editorial Board.
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After the paper has been accepted the paper will undergo a double blind review process, i.e. it is sent to at least two independent anonymous reviewers. Based upon the reviewer’s recommendations, the Editorial Board decides whether the paper will be accepted as is, revised or rejected.
Editorial team: http://vallisaurea.org/committes/
Autor fees: http://vallisaurea.org/conference-fee/
Process for indentification of and dealing with allegations of research misconduct
Publishers and editors shall take reasonable steps to identify and prevent the publication of papers where research misconduct has occurred, including plagiarism, citation manipulation, and data falsification/fabrication, among others. In no case shall a journal or its editors encourage such misconduct, or knowingly allow such misconduct to take place. In the event that a journal’s publisher or editors are made aware of any allegation of research misconduct relating to a published article in their journal, the publisher or editor shall follow COPE’s guidelines (or equivalent) in dealing with allegations.
International Conference is committed to maintaining high standards of ethical conduct and expects all participants of the publication process – the publisher, editors, authors and reviewers – to comply with the ethical research practices. The ethical standards we adhere to are in agreement with the standards set up by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE): http://publicationethics.org/resources/flowcharts and issued in form of various guidelines.
The ethical principles below are concerned with ethical expectations on the part of participants in the publication process and with procedures for dealing with misconduct or unethical conduct. http://vallisaurea.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/ethical-principles-of-publishing-1.pdf
Access and archiving:
The access of full text of proceedings are available on the website on digital edition: http://vallisaurea.org/7th-vallis-aurea-proceedings/#
Authors are allowed to store papers published in the proceedings in their own institutional repositories
Advertising is not allowed on the conference website as well as in the proceedings.
Invitations to publish papers and participate in the conference are made via email, on the conference website and on the publisher’s Facebook page