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IR - App. 8 - Time-Table and Procedure for Publishing in CIRP Annals, Vol.1 and Vol. 2

Time-Table and procedure for publishing in the CIRP Annals - Volume 1 - Papers

(be careful, deadlines are very strict: no paper accepted after the deadlines)

  • January 15th - Deadline to submit the full Paper manuscript (follow the template given online) + the new CreDiT Statement Form on Elsevier Editorial Manager (EM), with, if appropriate, the Certificate of Sponsorship e-mailed by the sponsor directly to the CIRP Office. If the manuscript is more than 4 pages, a letter for requesting exceptionally 6 pages should be uploaded with the full paper. Cooperative works between CIRP Fellows and Associate members should be justified in the "Request Form for Cooperative Work" to be uploaded with the full paper. The paper will be reviewed by the STC Chair & Vice-Chair concerned, and by the Editorial Committee.

  • Winter Meetings  - The list of accepted papers is finalized at the Editorial Committee meeting and validated by the Council.

  • From March 1st  - Decision on the papers e-mailed to the Corresponding authors.

  • April 1st - Deadline to re-submit the revised version of the papers on Elsevier Editorial Manager (EM) to be checked by the Editorial Committee who should give their final approval.

  • April 9th - Final decision on the papers e-mailed to the Corresponding authors.

  • April 10 - The CIRP Office gives the Publisher the approval to publish the Papers in Volume 1. The Corresponding authors receive a final proof from Elsevier during the following weeks, as well as a copyright form to send back to Elsevier.

  • End of July  - Publication of Volume 1 (online on the CIRP Website for members and on ScienceDirect).


Time-Table and Procedure for publishing in the CIRP Annals - Volume 2 - Keynote Papers


Year N-3

  • General Assembly: Topic of Keynote and Leading Author is set in the STC

Year N-2

  • Winter Meetings: Liaison Committee approves the Keynotes.
  • Winter Meetings: Outline of KN presented in STC.
  • General Assembly: Report on KN presented in STC.

Year N-1

  • Winter Meetings: Report on 1st Draft of KN presented in STC.
  • General Assembly: Report on 2nd Draft of KN presented in STC.
  • September: The final draft is circulated to the STC regular attendants by the STC Board. The new CReDiT Form is submitted by the main author to the STC Chair
  • October 15th: The STC Chair approves the submission of the Keynote and CReDiT Form.
  • November 1st: Deadline to submit your keynote paper to Elsevier System (EM) - with the CReDiT Form.
  • November 2023 / February 2024: EC and STC Chair review the keynote paper.

Year N

  • March 4-8th: Comments are forwarded to the Corresponding author.
  • April 12th: Deadline to submit the first revision to EM.
  • May 3rd: Second comments forwarded to the Corresponding author.
  • May 24th: Deadline to submit the second revision to EM.
  • May 30th: Final decision. CIRP Office gives the Publisher the approval to publish the Papers accepted in Volume 2. The Corresponding authors receive a final proof from Elsevier during the following weeks, as well as a copyright form to send back to Elsevier.
  • June 15th: Draft PowerPoint presentation (for the GA) sent to the STC Chair for approval.
  • Mid-August - Publication of Volume 2 (online on the CIRP Website for members and on ScienceDirect).
  • General Assembly: Presentation of the Keynote.

CWG-Keynotes follow this time frame upon their completion in three years; related STC Chairs approve.
Cross-STC KNs are presented at the Cross-STC meetings and approved by Chairs of STCs involved.

The Chairs of the STCs concerned are responsible for this Time-Table.

 

Procedure to submit a Cross-STC Keynote paper to the Cross-STC Meeting


Special procedure for Cross-STC Keynote papers:

Download the full  Procedure  -  Download the  Checklist  to fill out

Authors' page  to submit a paper / keynote paper.