For Editors

At Synsint Research Group journals, we emphasize our commitment to maintaining the integrity of the scientific record and ensuring transparency and accountability in our editorial processes. If errors or significant flaws are identified in a published paper, Synsint Research Group promptly issues an erratum notice or other notification to address the matter. We prioritize the timely correction of any inaccuracies to uphold the reliability and credibility of our publications.

Instances of potential misconduct in the peer review or publication process are taken seriously and addressed with diligence. While our journal endeavors to handle concerns internally, we recognize that comprehensive investigations may involve external entities such as employers, funding agencies, or regulatory bodies. It is essential to note that the journal’s role primarily involves reporting findings related to the scientific record, and any disciplinary actions are within the purview of the respective institutions.

Allegations of misconduct are carefully checked by the Editor-in-Chief, initiating a thorough investigation process. This involves transparent communication with all parties involved, with requests for relevant information to facilitate an informed assessment. To ensure impartiality, confidential consultations with other editors or external experts may occur, adhering to the guidelines set forth by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). Our adherence to COPE’s principles guides the investigation and resolution of various ethical concerns, including plagiarism, data fabrication, reviewer misconduct, and complaints against editors.

At Synsint Research Group, we are committed to upholding the highest ethical standards and fostering an environment of trust and integrity within the scholarly community.