Manuscript Format

The manuscript should follow the IMRaD format  Springer




What the paper is about


Names and affiliations of authors


Words other than those in title that best describe the paper


A stand-alone, short narrative of the paper


Why this paper? The problem, what is not known, the objective of the study

Materials and methods

How was the study done?


What did you find?


What does it mean? What next? Interpretation of results and future directions


Possible implications


Who helped and how; what was the funding source?


Details of papers cited


Supplementary materials


The manuscript should be written in the following format:
Title, which adequately describes the content of the manuscript.

An Abstract should not exceed 250 words. The Abstract should state the principal objectives and the scope of the research, as well as the methodology employed. It should summarize the results and state the principal conclusions.

Not more than 10 significant key words should follow the abstract to aid indexing.

Introduction. This part should include the objectives of the work and its background. It should be based on the literature review. In the literature review you should show the competence in your area and its main authors and works. The recommended quantity of references is 15-25. The cited papers should be relatively recent (not older than 15 years).

A Theory or experimental methods used.

An Experimental section, which should provide details of the experimental setup and the methods used for obtaining the results

A Results section, which should clearly and concisely present the data using figures and tables where appropriate.

A Discussion section, which should describe the relationships and generalizations shown by the results and discuss the significance of the results making comparisons with previously published work. (It may be appropriate to combine the Results and Discussion sections into a single section to improve the clarity).

Conclusions, which should present one or more conclusions that have been drawn from the results and subsequent discussion and do not duplicate the Abstract.

Acknowledgements. The personal acknowledgements and also the information about funding is given here.

References, References are cited in the text by square brackets [1]. Two or more references at a time may be put in one set of brackets [3, 4]. The references are to be numbered in the order in which they are cited in the text (e.g., "as discussed by Smith [9]"; "as discussed elsewhere [9, 10]"). All references should be cited within the text; otherwise, these references will be automatically removed. 

Conference Organisers:

With scientific support:

Technical operator of the conference: Development Institution «Center of Construction Expertise» (Russia)