Review criteria

In the review the referees are asked to take into account all of the following aspects:

  1. Does the paper contain new and significant results?
  2. Is the paper of an international standard?
  3. Is the presentation clear and concise?
  4. Does the paper put the obtained results into context, with relevant references?
  5. Is the length of the paper appropriate?
  6. Is the text fluent and precise?
  7. Are the title and the abstract pertinent and understandable to a wide audience?
  8. Are all figures necessary and of appropriate quality?