Submissions will be possible solely through your EasyChair user-account.
This will allow you to:
• submit an abstract
• check results of the abstract evaluation process and consult the required corrections
• submit a full-length paper
• check results of the paper review process and consult the required corrections
• resubmit corrected versions of your abstract and/or full-length paper.
Official language of the conference is English, therefore, all submissions and presentations must be done in English.
Abstract late submissions are still possible in Easy Chair.
The abstract body text is limited by 2200 characters (with spaces). Abstracts must be assigned to Mini-Symposia. If the topic of your contribution does not fit into any of the current Mini-Symposia, submit it as "other/general". The organizing committee will make appropriate attribution.
Check the list of accepted Mini-Symposia to make the correct selection for your submission.
Check here all important dates.
To submit your abstract kindly log-in into your EasyChair user-account.
During the submission process you will be asked for:
• Details for each author: first name, last name, email, country, organization;
• You will have to specify which author is the corresponding one and which will be the presenter (speaker);
• Abstract title;
• Abstract body (limited to 2200 characters with spaces, free of figures, symbols, formulas and special characters);
• Keywords: (at least 3, at most 6);
• Allocation to Mini‐Symposium (you can select at most two options).
If you wish to use references, you can include them in the Abstract body. Please comply with the following templates:
 Frýba, L., Vibration of solids and structures under moving loads, Research Institute of Transport, Prague (1972), 3rd edition. Thomas Telford, London, 1999.
 Dimitrovová, Z., Rodrigues, A.F.S., Critical velocity of a uniformly moving load. Advances in Engineering Software, 50 (2012) 44–56.
Only accepted papers of participants who paid the registration fee and will present the paper at the conference, in person or remotly, will be published in Springer series Mechanisms and Machine Science, indexed in WoS, Scopus and Ei Compendex.
Prior to paper submission, you have to have your abstract accepted on EasyChair.
Papers must strictly follow the template.
Recommended number of pages is 8.
The minimum number of pages is 6 and the maximum allowable is 10.
Papers with less than 6 pages will not be considered.
In addition, publication agreement will have to be signed.
Check here all important dates.
Submission of full-length papers is highly recommended but not mandatory.
For submissions, kindly log-in into your Easy Chair user-account, select the submission and click on "Add file".
Best Paper Award for Ph.D student
How to qualify for the Best Paper Award?
The organizing committee must receive a nomination by the supervisors of the Ph.D student and the paper must be accepted for the Proceedings. The dealine for nominations is 31st of May. The nomination does not have to include specific details, just information regarding the student's name and the submission number.
To be eligible for the award the candidate must
present a document certificating that he/she is currently enrolled in a Ph.D programme
be the first author of the paper
present the paper in-person during the conference
the scientific level of the paper and its new contributions
the level of maturity and dominance of the student in the subject, which is presented during the oral presentation
The winner will be announced during the closing ceremony.
The certificate will be issued by Springer Nature and the winner will be invited to submit the extended paper for the special issue in the Journal of Vibration Engineering Technologies (JVET). More details are below.
As far as monetary recognition is concerned, the winner's registration fee will be refunded.
Post-conference special issue
Special issue of selected papers will be organized in
Springer-Nature Journal of Vibration Engineering & Technologies
Only papers presented during the conference will be eligible.
Submitted papers will be subjected to a regular peer review according to the journal guidelines.
Deadline for submissions: 30 November 2022
Scopus and WoS indexing
Extended and significantly updated proceedings papers (with updated title) can be subsequently submitted for publication in the Special issue.
Papers will high similarity index will be automatically rejected.utomatically rejected.
Alternatively, authors who presented during the conference in conformity with an accepted Abstract can also submit their papers to the Special issue.
Submissions of extended and significantly updated proceedings papers to other regular journals is also possible, within the generally accepted ethical scientific limits
The Journal of Vibration Engineering Technologies (JVET) provides a forum for the rapid publication of original research in the field of vibration engineering. The scope of the journal includes vibration phenomena associated with mechanical, aerospace, structural and electromechanical systems. Review articles and original contributions based on analytical, computational, and experimental methods are solicited.
JVET is a Transformative Journal (TJ). Once the article is accepted for publication, authors will have the option to choose how their article is published:
Traditional publishing model – published articles are made available to institutions and individuals who subscribe to Journal of Vibration Engineering & Technologies or who pay to read specific articles.
Open Access – when an article is accepted for publication, the author/s or funder/s pay an Article Processing Charge (APC). The final version of the published article is then free to read for everyone.
Nevertheless, independently of the selection of each accepted article in the WMVC special issue, thanks to the involvement of the editor-in-chief Prof. C. Nataraj, Springer Nature will make the complete issue freely accessible for 6 weeks once it is published online.