This page explains how to prepare your manuscript for submission to European Proceedings Series. 

Editorial Policies

We strongly recommend you read our ethics and policies page before submitting. Please also review our open access and copyright policy.

The EpSBS publishes manuscripts that have undergone either a single-blind or a double-blind review process. The organisers/volume editors are responsible for the choice of the peer review process for each Proceedings. Organisers/volume editors should follow international peer review standards by adhering to our Ethical Policy. The submitted manuscripts go through a peer review process managed by the conference’s own programme committee and external reviewers -when needed- selected by organisers/volume editors. European Proceedings holds the right to request peer review reports at any time.

For more information about our Peer Review Policy please refer:

Manuscript Preparation & Submission Checklist

Author/s can access manuscript templates and copyright & conflict of interest disclaimer forms from specific series' submission guidelines pages. 
The corresponding author must submit the copyright & conflict of interest disclaimer form, either as a scanned PDF or image file (.png, .jpg) together with the manuscript to the organisers/volume editors. Kindly be informed that the manuscript will not be processed if these documents (copyright & conflict of interest disclaimer form) are not submitted.

Before submitting your manuscript, we strongly recommend you check out our Manuscript Preparation Guide for Proceedings Authors and Submission Checklist to ensure that your manuscript has been formatted and prepared according to the guidelines.

Manuscript Preparation Guide for Proceedings Authors is now also available in Russian.


Author/s are responsible for listing all funding sources in the Acknowledgments section of their manuscript. For more information, please check CrossRef’s Open Funder Registry.


ORCID Identification

We encourage all authors to register for an ORCID and associate it to their manuscript. It allows authors to manage publication information effectively and improve their research profile. With an ORCID, authors can be assured that all their publications are correctly attributed to them and facilitate tracking by funders, institutions, and other researchers.

If you haven’t registered for an ORCID yet, Register for your unique ORCID identifier. It only takes a minute to complete your details to obtain your ORCID.


Open Access and Licensing

All articles on the European Proceedings digital library are available through “Gold Open Access” and bear Creative Commons Licenses either CC BY or CC BY-NC-ND licenses that allow the articles to be immediately, freely, and permanently available online for everyone to read, download, and share.

The author/s or their institution/funders pay an Article Publication Charge (APC) which covers the publication fee to the conference organizers while registering for a conference. The publication fee will be covered by the conference organizers. There will be no extra cost for authors for publication.


Online Publication of Your Manuscript

Once a Proceedings is published online, all articles will be available in PDF, XML, and HTML formats. No changes are allowed after this stage. Upon publication, each proceedings issue is allocated an ISBN number, whilst all articles still retain the ability to be individually cited by assigning a DOI number.

For further information about EPr’s correction and retraction policy, please see

To further explore our digital archiving and sharing policy please see