Review page

The refereeing is a very important step of the conference and here at the "Refereeing  centre" Referees can retrieve supporting documents for the procedure as well as submit their Review documents to the Chairman of the conference.

The refereeing is made in accordance to Institute of Physics, The Journal of Surface Topography Metrology and Properties as well as the IOP Conference series.  Two referees are selected for each submitted full paper and besides the "standard questions" of: Recommendation, Comments to the authors, originality, Scientific rigour, Significance, expected impact,  reference to recent research, well written and clearly communicated, grammar, intresting enogh to merit further coverage/commentary upon publication, the REFEREES are asked to recommend either the STMP Journal Publication or the IOP Conference Series.

Support documents for the reviewing

The review

  • Fill here in the unique code number for the paper
  • Fill in minimum 5 first words in the title (to doubble check that right code has been selected)
  • Please score on a 1-10 basis (1 = low, 10 = high) how you rate this article:
  • Please score on a 1-10 basis (1 = low, 10 = high) how you rate this article:
  • Please score on a 1-10 basis (1 = low, 10 = high) how you rate this article:
  • Please note we will edit upon acceptance and correct any grammatical or typographical errors.
  • If no, please explain why in the Confidential comments to the editor(s) section.
  • If partially, please provide an explanation in the Confidential comments to the
    editor(s) section.)
  • Text to be conveyed to the author
  • Text NOT conveyed to author -confidential to the main editor BG Rosén.
  • Accpetance with major rejections means that the paper will need to be reworked and resubmitted to the referees for commenting.
  • Papers published in Surface Topography: Metrology and Properties should contain
    new and original results that substantially advance their relevant field. Accepted
    articles should contain strong analysis and discussion of their contents. Articles that
    only incrementally add to previously published work will not, in general, be
    acceptable.