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Update on Sunday, 12 May 2024: Prof. Ahmad Harb becomes Conference Chairperson of MIC-Power 2024.
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Mosharaka Privacy Policy

User Personal Information

Mosharaka for Research and Studies, referred to in-short as Mosharaka, keeps private all personal information that we may collect from your use of the website and from your interactions with Mosharaka offline or via emails and other electronic communication means. The basic information in your Mosharaka user account, such as affiliation, research interests, emails addresses, and the like are used only to:

  • engage in transactions with you, including contacting you about your submitted papers and proposals, your committee memberships, and so on.
  • send you paper review invitations and conference committee membership/chairing invitations.
  • grant you access permission to various parts of, including the dowloading sections.

Sharing of User Personal Information

Mosharaka does not share your personal information with any other party without your explicit permission, and on a case by case basis.

Mosharaka does not display or make publicly available your email addrsses or your physical addresses (apart from the name of, and possibly a link to, your affiliation).

Mosharaka Plagiarism Policy

Mosharaka Definition of Plagiarism

Mosharaka for Research and Studies, referred to in-short as Mosharaka, defines plagiarism as the reuse of someone else's published research, experimets, results, or writings (excluding whatever can be described as common knowledge) without explicitly acknowledging the original author and the original source.

Plagiarism is Wrong

Plagiarism is wrong; because it is the theft of scientific work that has been published earlier by one or more persons. A published work that has been authored by one or more persons is the intellectual property of the author(s). When part or all of a published work is used in another work with the author(s) of the new work not making proper reference to the original work, the plagiarising author(s) is (are) stealing that property.

No Discrimination

Each case of plagiarism is treated in complete discretion, professionaly and ethically without any prejudice and/or any form of discrimination (ie., racial, political, ethnical, religious, sex, color, etc.).

Plagiarising Authors

We do not publish plagiarized work. A plagiarising author is banned from all Mosharaka technical activities for three years. This includes banning from

  • logging into the plagiarising author's Mosharaka user account
  • making any kind of submissions (papers, posters, talks, special sessions, workshops, etc.)
  • joining conference committees at all levels (organizing committees, technical program committees, etc.)
  • chairing conferences at all levels (general chairing, track chairing, session chairing, etc.)
  • reviewing paper, poster and proposal submissions, as well as other types of scientific work submissions
  • all other similar activities
Mosharaka Publication Ethics

Mosharaka Does Not Publish

  • copyrighted work
  • plagiarised work,
  • multiple submissions,
  • work that may promote any form of discrimination (based on religion, gender, ethnicity, etc.),
  • work that has potential of creating conflicts between nations/communities,
  • work that has potential of comporomising public security and/or safety.