International congress on Computer Science:
Information Systems and Technologies

Papers Formatting


Papers submitted for publication in the Congress must be written in English or Russian. Papers are submitted online and must be .doc or .docx files. A file must be named after its author’s last name, or the first author’s last name if the paper has multiple authors. Pictures and tables are placed in article after references to them.

Type settings: Times New Roman, 14 pt, single line spacing, paragraph indent is 10 mm, justified text alignment. Left, right, and top margins are 26 mm each, and bottom one is 40 mm. Recommended paper size (with tables, pictures, and references) is 4-6 pages. All pages must be numbered on bottom margin with centered alignment.

All submitted papers are double peer-reviewed.


Title page

The title page must include the following information (in Russian and English):

  1. UDC (subject number).
  2. Article name.Maximal length of the title is 10-12 words. Too long and too short names are both hard to perceive.
  3. Authors’ initials and last names.
  4. Affiliation:

Names of organizations where the authors work (if an author was working and doing research at multiple organizations, it’s desirable to note all these organizations), address, city, and country. For each organization, its name must be started on a new line. Before name of organization and after author’s last name, an index number is placed in superscript, with which an author and his or her organization can be matched. Authors’ e-mails.

  1. Abstract must be informative (i.e. not include common words, be original), meaningful (represent content of the article and research results), preferably structured.
  2. Keywords:

Keywords, forming semantic core of the article, are list of basic terms and categories, which are used for description of the researched problem. It’s recommended to use 5-7 keywords, and up to 3 words in each key phrase.


УДК 543.257.2


1. I. S. Ivanova, P. V. Petrova,b

aThe Scientific-Engineering Enterprise «Geoinformation Systems», 6 Surhanava Street, Minsk 220012, Belarus,

bBelarusian State University, 4 Niezalieznasci Avenue, Minsk 220030, Belarus

Corresponding author:

Abstract ...

Keywords ...


Paper must have the following structural parts, which must be bolded.

1. Introduction

Includes: relevance of the research topic, literature review, formulation of the problem, the aim, and objectives.

2. Methodology / theoretical basis

The research methodology and methods are described in detail here.

3. Results and discussion

The actual research results are shown here (e.g., text, tables, charts, diagrams, equations, photos, pictures). In this part, results interpretation is given, including compliance of the obtained results with the research hypothesis, limitations of the research, results generalization, suggestions for practical use, suggestions for further research.

4. Conclusions

Includes brief results of each other article parts without their verbatim repetition. This part can be included into the previous one.


а) References are given in order of appearance – index number of a reference list entry and cited pages from it are given in square brackets (i.e., [1, с. 3]). Each entry must have an index number in the reference list.

б) Entries in the references list must be given in Vancouver reference style.

Examples (1 – books: author’s last name and initials (if there are multiple authors, the first six of them are noted, and et al. label is used), full name of the book, publication place, publisher, publishing year, total pages count; 2 – articles in journals, papers collections, proceedings of conferences, etc.):

Examples of reference list entries can be found in articles of the Electronic scientific and methodological journal PEDAGOGY OF COMPUTER SCIENCE:


Requirements for pictures

Pictures must complement tables and text in the article, not duplicate them.

Pictures must be clear and of high quality. Pictures are drawn to the same scale; their maximal size must not exceed 170x220 mm (with caption). Minimal allowed resolution is 300 dpi. Notations on pictures are typed with Times New Roman font. Elements on pictures are numbered with italic Arabic numerals, and their meaning is given in caption of the picture.

Pictures are numbered in order of referencing to them in the text. Each picture must have a brief name and be referenced to in the text. If there is a single picture in the article, it must have no number.

Picture formatting example:


Picture 3 – Experiment results

Requirements for tables

Tables and the text must complement each other, not duplicate.

Tables are numbered in order of referencing to them in the text. Each table must have a brief name and be referenced to in the text. If there is a single table in the article, it must have no number.

Table formatting example:

Table 2 – The original data









Requirements for formulas

Formulas must be display-styled. Above and below each formula, a blank line must be typed. Notations for formula must be given right after the formula in order of their appearance in it. Formulas are numbered with a number in parenthesis, which is situated on the right side on the same line with the formula:

(a+b)2 = 4.                                                                      (1)

References examples: on picture 3, on table 2, in equation (1) …