RDPD has a minimum set of criteria for conferences to participate in RDPD.
RDPD is the acronym for Research Data Preservation Drive. It is an IJCA program funded by Foundation of Computer Science, New York, USA (FCS). RDPD publishes conference proceedings and archive it permanently on IJCA and mirror server systems. The papers are made available to the international scientific communities for reference and citation. The papers are also indexed with prestigious indices such as DOAJ, Google Scholar, Informatics, ProQuest CSA Technology Research Database, NASA ADS, ScientificCommons (Univ. of St Gallens), University of Karlsruhe, Germany, Georgetown University Library, USA at. al. RDPD also provides recognition and endorsement to the participating conference internationally.
Research Data Preservation Drive (RDPD) invites conference organizers to submit the conference proceedings or selected set of papers for publication and archiving under RDPD program as a special issue.
RDPD is a free-of-cost initiative funded by Foundation of Computer Science (FCS), New York, USA. No fees or any charges need to be paid by the conference organizers.
If you have transferred the copyright to any publisher, RDPD cannot publish the full text of the submitted papers. In this case, RDPD will publish the abstracts and provide a link to the readers to the full text of the paper.
Abstracts will be indexed with the prestigious indexes like DOAJ, Google Scholar, Informatics, ProQuest CSA Technology Research Database, NASA ADS, ScientificCommons (Univ. of St Gallens), University of Karlsruhe, Germany, Georgetown University Library et. al.
The conference organizers willing to participate in the RDPD program need to provide the DOC/DOCX versions of the papers that were submitted in their conference. They can either send the papers via email or FTP them directly on any of the IJCA server systems. The organizers should email their interest to firstname.lastname@example.org