What happens after you submit your paper to the Morressier platform?
Once you have submitted your paper to a conference, it will go through an online peer review process. This can take several weeks to complete, depending on several factors including how many reviewers are assigned to each paper.
Once any necessary changes have been requested and made, and the paper has been accepted by the Conference Organizers, it will be submitted to the publishing house for consideration.
The Publishers will conduct their own review of the submitted volumes and, if successful following this, your paper will be published. This publication process can also take several weeks.
You can check the status of your paper at any time on the Morressier platform. Guidance on how to do this, and what the status updates mean can be found here.
We at Morressier, are just the technical partner for these conferences. As such, we are not responsible for the review process and we do not make decisions on papers or deadline extensions.
For details on the timeline of this process, or for further explanation on a decision made on your submission, you will need to contact the conference organizers directly. You can usually find their contact details on the event website. If you have trouble finding them, you can contact us and we will provide you with their details.
If you have any technical issues, requests, or questions, please get in touch with us using the chat icon in the bottom right corner or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and our dedicated Customer Support team will be on hand to help.