During the peer review process, reviewers are looking for:
- Scope: is the paper appropriate for the scope of this conference?
- Novelty: is this original material distinct from previous publications?
- Validity: is the study well designed and executed?
- Data: are the data reported, analyzed, and interpreted correctly?
- Clarity: are the ideas expressed clearly, concisely, and logically?
- Compliance: are all ethical and publication requirements met?
- Advancement: is this a significant contribution to the field?