About the Journal
"Infocommunications Journal" is published quarterly as a printed publication and is also available in electronic format, on this website.
Independent Peer Review procedure
The Editorial Board of Infocommunication Journal is committed to conducting an independent review process for all submitted papers. The peer review process applies to all types of manuscripts submitted to the Infocommunications Journal, including original research, reviews, tutorials or survey papers. Submissions should obey the requested formatting criteria and be within the journal's scope, covering various aspects of infocommunication technologies.
Reviewers are selected based on their expertise in the manuscript's subject area. The selection process aims to include a diverse range of reviewers from different geographical regions and institutions. Potential reviewers with a conflict of interest are excluded from the review process.
Infocommunications Journal conducts a single-blind review policy, as the papers are mostly submitted with author names and affiliations. The identity of reviewers is kept confidential. Reviewers evaluate manuscripts based on originality, coverage of related works, technical merit, clarity, relevance, and accuracy. Reviewers are asked to provide feedback within 3-4 weeks and should provide constructive feedback, highlighting strengths and weaknesses with clear suggestions for improvement. The editorial team will make the final decision on manuscripts based on reviewer feedback. The possible decisions are Accept, Minor Revision (revisions required), Major Revision (resubmit for review), or Reject. In case of a major revision request, the authors must provide a letter to the reviewers, explaining how they addressed the issues raised; this is not mandatory but preferred in the case of minor revision requests.