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Abstract Submission Guidelines

We accept abstract by submitting via this website or through email. Below will be the abstract submission guidelines:

Abstract Peer Review Process:

Abstract submitted goes through blind review process with below guidelines:

Oral Presentation Guidelines:

Basic Presentation requirements:

Poster Presentation Guidelines

1. Size of Poster:

A0 is a standard poster size, measuring 119 x 84 cm (or approximately 46.8 x 33.1 inches). It offers a generous canvas for presenting content effectively while maintaining readability and visual impact. Please ensure the size should not be exceeded.

2. Structured Content:

Ensure Your Poster's Coherence with Clearly Defined Sections and Headings. While the conference typically dictates the layout, it commonly incorporates the following elements:

A.    Poster Title:
Keep it brief yet informative, incorporating keywords to attract individuals in your field and captivate the attention of interested parties.

B.    Authors and Affiliations:
Include all contributors to the research, arranging them based on predetermined criteria that reflect their respective contributions, along with e-mail address, phone, and fax numbers.

C.    Introduction and Theoretical Background:
Provide background information and rationale for your research, including hypotheses if applicable.

D.    Methods/Experimental Setup:
Detail the procedures followed in your research, potentially incorporating a figure to illustrate the methodology.

E.    Results:
Present your findings through clear and labelled figures, ensuring images are crisp and captions are informative.

F.    Conclusion:
Interpret your results and discuss their implications, aiming for a self-explanatory poster that effectively communicates your research's key message.

G.    Acknowledgments:
Express gratitude to individuals and organizations that supported your research endeavours, whether through proofreading, feedback, data collection assistance, or funding.

H.    References:
While not always mandatory, including references can contextualize your research within existing literature and theoretical frameworks. Consider reducing font size or presenting references in an abbreviated format to optimize space.

3. Recommendations for Impact:
   - Craft concise statements for clarity.
   - Utilize charts, graphs, or illustrations with explicit titles and captions.
   - Opt for Bullet points to enhance readability.
   - Keep text density under 250 words.
   - Allocate 30-40% of your poster to visually engaging content.
   - Ensure images are high-resolution, at least 300 dpi.
   - Employ contrasting colours, textures, or graphics to highlight key elements.
   - Maintain consistency in subtitle font, colour, and size.
   - Choose cool colours like greens and blues for better visual appeal.
   - Kindly use both upper- and lower-case letters for general content, as all-capital text is  difficult to read.
   - Font sizes:
     - Main Title: 100+ pts
     - Subtitles: 48+ pts
     - Body: 32 pts
     - References: 24 pts
     - write used Time new Roman style
     - If data must be presented in table-form, Keep it Simple.

4. Logo Inclusion:
   - Showcase logos representing the scientific event, your faculty, and University with conference logo and title of conference.

Video Presentation Guidelines


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