After a triple blind-review, all short papers will be published in LNME (Lecture Notes in Mechanical EngineeringSPRINGER). The extended versions of the initial papers will be published in several journals, in different modes. The preliminary selection will be carried out by the Scientific Committee, depending on the scope, novelty and quality of the paper. The journals associated to the FAIM 2023 regarding extended papers are as follows::

Int. Journal of Computer Integrated Manufacturing (TAYLOR & FRANCIS)

Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science (SAGE) (Special Issue)

Journal of Testing and Evaluation (ASTM) (Special Issue)

Sustainability (MDPI) (Open Access) (Special Issue) (APC applicable)

Machines (MDPI) (Open Access) (Special Issue) (20 papers with 50% APC discount)

Actuators (MDPI) (Open Access) (Special Issue) (10 papers with waive of APC)

Systems (MDPI) (Open Access) (Special Issue)

Metals (MDPI) (Open Access) (Special Issue)  

FME Transactions (Open Access) (Inclusion in current issues) (No fee is applicable)

Technological Sustainability (EMERALD) (Special Issue)

Journal of Innovation Management (Special Issue)

Authors who prefer going directly to Fast-Track system should present their top-quality full-paper formated as usual for these journals. These papers will be peer-reviewed and, if accepted, they will be included in current volumes of the journals listed below. Regarding the FAIM Charter, each Author is elegible to publish ONE paper in Fast-Track system. The journals usually associated to the FAIM Conference under Fast-Track system are as follows:

Robotics & Computer-Integrated Manufacturing (ELSEVIER) (Fast-Track)

Int. Journal of Advanced Manuf. Technology (SPRINGER) (Fast-Track)