Please see https://ijvm.ut.ac.ir/author for submission guidelines.
Please see https://ijvm.ut.ac.ir/author to get information about
Strict IJVM format is required for submitted papers. See the
author guide on the home page. Manuscripts which are not according to the
format of IJVM will send back to the authors
Internet connection problems can cause this. In these cases, you should contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get your password.
To obtain your username and password, you should contact us at https://ijvm.ut.ac.ir/contacts
The reviewing process takes between 2 to 4 months
You should contact editor as soon as possible. Delays in returning page proofs can
result in publication delays, in print and online. If your article has been
scheduled for publication and you have not returned your page proofs on time,
the editor may pull it out from the issue
You should contact editor to extend your time. If we don't receive your responses
on due time, the process of your manuscript will be stopped.
Yes,it is necessary and very important that you answer each query, even if you
think the paper does not require correction. Sometimes, queries are asking for
updated information (references) or for missing citations of figures or tables
in the text.
We cannot accept articles that have been previously published in other journals. However, we do understand that many submissions may be evolutions of previously published works. For this reason, we allow submissions to consist of no more than 35% previously published material.
We would be glad to have you review articles. If you would like to do so, please
send us your CV and a brief statement of your research interests to email@example.com
The most common reason for a desk rejection is lack of novelty. Sometimes the paper
is out of the scope of the journal or it is better to publish in local or more
specific journals. In these cases, the editors will notify authors of such a
decision within a few weeks so that the author can find a more suitable journal
for their manuscript without losing too much time
No. When you send a paper for peer review you must wait for the result. Once it is accepted and the peer review process is over, you can send another manuscript.
No. Only the corresponding author needs to do so.