ISCA is committed to publishing high-quality journals and conference proceedings. To this end, all authors are requested to ensure they adhere to ethical standards. Authors should meet the following standards:
Ethical Standard checking is not limited to these 5 points.
If any concerns relating to this code are raised or reported, ISCA (and conference organizers or journal editors) will convene their Ethics Committee to investigate the matter and decide on appropriate action, which may include rejection/removal of the paper (and other papers in the same conference/workshop by the same authors) and suspension of future submissions by the authors.
ISCA also enforces the No-show policy for conference papers. Any paper accepted into the technical program but not presented on-site may be withdrawn from the official proceedings. Please refer to point #2) and #8) in the ISCA Conference Policy.
ISCA is committed to providing a pleasant conference experience without harassment and discrimination for anyone, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, race, religion, disability and physical appearance. We do not tolerate any verbal or non-verbal expressions of harassment or discrimination. Please note that it matters if a person feels harassed or discriminated regardless of the original intent of the expressions. In particular, sexual language and imagery are not appropriate in any conference venue. Conference participants who engage in inappropriate behavior may be expelled from the conference without a refund at the discretion of the conference organizer. These persons may be included in a watchlist for future ISCA-sponsored events. If you are troubled by the behavior of another attendee at the conference, or notice someone is in trouble, please speak immediately to a member of conference staff or send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your concern will be heard in confidence and taken seriously to solve the problem.