1. The languages of KAYFOR are Turkish and English.
  2. The papers to be presented at KAYFOR must not have been published before or presented at another event.
  3. Abstracts related to the papers to be presented at the KAYFOR event should be in the form of “extended abstracts” in Times New Roman, 12 font size, 1.5 spacing, between 800-1000 words, justified left and right. In addition, a short English summary of 200-250 words will be sent for Turkish papers, and a short Turkish summary of 200-250 words will be sent for English papers. In addition, at least 3 and at most 5 keywords should be included under the summary text.
  4. “Extended Abstract” texts will be included in the similarity program and texts with more than 15% similarity will not be considered suitable.
  5. Incomplete (research or review) studies are not eligible.
  6. A participant has the right to submit a maximum of 2 papers alone or with co-authors. Papers outside of this rule will be rejected.
  7. Presentations will be placed in the presentation template designed by the organizing body for the event.
  8. Care should be taken that the presentations use visual elements rather than prose. Manuscripts and tables that are difficult to read should not be compressed and placed in the presentation.
  9. A maximum of 15 slides should be used in the presentations to be made at KAYFOR. Presentations must be completed within the time specified by the chairperson.
  10. Presentations will be sent to the organization organizing the event at least 10 days before the event, and recommendations will be made to improve the presentations when necessary, by making visual evaluations.
  11. Papers that do not comply with the conditions stated here will be rejected without being sent to the referee evaluation. Papers that do not comply with the specified conditions during the referee evaluation will be rejected.
  12. Papers should be prepared in accordance with the specified paper format, spelling and citation standards and the attached template.
  13. Papers will be evaluated by at least 2 referees in the Scientific and Referee Committee. Papers in which two of the referees make a positive decision will be accepted. Papers in which two of the referees give a rejection decision will be rejected, and the papers in which one of the referees gives a negative report will be sent to the third referee and the final decision will be made by the Organizing Committee according to the decision of the third referee.