ISSN 0021-3454 (print version)
ISSN 2500-0381 (online version)
Editorial Ethics

Ethical Guidelines for Publication

Editorial Board of "Izvestiya vysshikh uchebnykh zavedeniy. Priborostroenie" in its activity follows the ethical principles adopted by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).

Authorshi pand copyright

By submitting the work to the Journal Editors, the authors confirm their authorship. The fact of the application filing means that all contributors listed as authors agree with the manuscript content.

Researchers should ensure that all those individuals who took part in creation of the publication (made a substantial contribution to the investigation or composing the text of the paper) are rewarded with authorship. Authors should take collective responsibility for their work and for the content of their publications.

All sources of research funding, as well as all other forms of support, should be specified in the text. Besides, the colleagues who made a significant contribution to the work should be properly acknowledged.

All external sources of information relevant to the work (including the authors’ own previous publications and work) should be specified in the text, properly acknowledged and referenced. Plagiary in any form makes an unethical act and is unacceptable.

Manuscripts submitted to "Izvestiya vysshikh uchebnykh zavedeniy. Priborostroenie" should not be under consideration by any other publisher or published previously in other issue as a material protected under copyright law. Submitting of a manuscript to more than one publication is considered unethical and gives grounds for removing the article from consideration. Copyright material (e.g. tables, figures) should be reproduced only with appropriate permission from the primary author and / or the copyright owner, and acknowledgement.

 Authors should inform the editor about significant errors or inaccuracies revealed in the publication and to work with him to withdraw or correct their work promptly. If the editor obtained information about errors or omissions in the publication from a third party, the authors have to withdraw the work or correct the deficiencies in short time.

By submitting the work to the Journal Editors for consideration, the author agrees with transfer of copyright to the manuscript and related material to "Izvestiya vysshikh uchebnykh zavedeniy. Priborostroenie" provided the work is accepted for publication. The author retains the rights to noncommercial use of the published paper (that is, to the use for, e.g., educational or scientific purposes

Privacy statement

The names and e-mail addresses obtained by the Editors are to be used exclusively for the purposes outlined by the Journal, and never used for other purposes or provided to any other person or organization.

Declaration of conflictofinterest

Conflict of interest arises in the case when author, reviewer, or member of the Editorial Board is involved in financial, scientific, or personal relationships that may affect their actions.

The Editorial Board requires the authors and reviewers to disclose all information about any possible conflict of interest prior the reviewing. In case when withholding information about possible conflict of interest and / or submission of false information is revealed, the Board may refuse the author in publishing his work. The Editorial Board ensures lack of conflict of interest during the reviewing procedure.

 If a conflict of interest arises, the Board assumes the obligation to take all possible measures to eliminate the conflict.

Declaration of author's rights (copyright)

The Journal retains for the authors the copyright without an exception. In case of re-publication, original publications in "Izvestiya vysshikh uchebnykh zavedeniy. Priborostroenie" should be properly acknowledged and referenced.

Manuscripts submitted to "Izvestiya vysshikh uchebnykh zavedeniy. Priborostroenie" should not be under consideration by another publisher at the same time.

Republication is possible in exceptional cases (e.g., publication of the paper translated into other language) and only upon approval of the copyright owner.


Editors and the Board employers should not disclose information concerning the manuscript submitted to the Journal, to anybody but the authors, reviewers, potential reviewers, consultants, and of the Editorial Board experts.

There should be no conflict of interest between reviewer and the authors of the manuscript under reviewing or the research funding institution.

The review should be fair and unprejudiced. Personal criticism of the author is invalid. Reviewer should give a reasoned opinion on each of considered material.

The Reviewer must indicate previous publications on the topic of the submitted manuscript not referenced in the paper under consideration. Any statement, be it an observation, derivation, or argument, presented in a previous publication, should be accompanied by appropriate reference to the source. The Reviewer must draw the Editor’s attention to any substantial similarity between the manuscript under consideration and any other known publication.

The review and reviewer information are transferred to the e-library for private access.


Editors have the prerogative to accept a manuscript for publication or reject it. The manuscripts submitted to the Journal are subject to peer review; however, the manuscript may be rejected at pre-review stage if there is a sound reason (e.g., in case when the theme of the article is not consistent with the scope of the Journal, the article is obviously of a low scientific quality, the article was previously published in another edition, and so on). The Editors accept a paper for publication in accordance with their belief in its compliance with the Journal requirements.

The Editors should guarantee the quality of published materials and their substantial integrity, and to publish corrections, clarifications, apologies in those cases when the need arises.

The Editors should have no conflict of interest with the authors of the papers they reject of accept for publication.

The Editors should preserve anonymity of reviewers.

The Editors should ensure that published materials comply with international standards of scientific and editing ethics.