The aim of this checklist is to assist you in being able to identify and avoid bogus or low-quality conference venues when considering where to present your research.
A non-reputable or deceptive conference operates a scam by setting up fake conference websites designed to trick authors into believing that they are submitting their work to a legitimate and established conference in the field. They provide misleading information about their conference to potential authors and attendees. Attendance at a non-reputable or deceptive conference can damage your research career and the reputation of the university and waste precious time and money.
The following list has been adapted from the Think. Check. Attend. checklist.