ABSTRACT SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
- Abstract submission is mandatory for both oral and poster presentations (full paper submission is optional).
- Please be noted that yor submission will NOT be considered if the abstract, or bio-sketch or photo do not follow the instruction (or do not use the templates).
- You can download the abstract template from here. The abstract will be posted on the conference website once accepted. Word counts of the abstract must be between 250 and 350.
- The presenter should also sent a self-photo and bio-sketch, which will be posted on the conference website together with the accepted abstract.
- Arrange the self-photo to be 120 X 150 pixel in dimension. The vertical distance between eyes and the top photo edge, the vertical distance between eyes and the chin; and the vertical distance between the chin and the bottom edge should be the same roughly, as in this sample photo to the right .
- The template for bio-sketch can be downloaded from here.
- Using the presenter's name, name the following three files:
A) abstract file: ECM6_abstract_FirstnameLastname.doc
B) bio-sketch file: ECM6_biosketch_FirstnameLastname.doc
C) photo file: ECM6_photo_FirstnameLastname.jpg
- Abstract and bio-sketch (in Microsoft Word format), together with the presenter's photo (in JPEG format), should be submitted to email@example.com
In the submission, please state the preferred session for presentation.
- The Symposium Chairman, or a member of the Conference Scientific Committee, or the session chair will evaluate the scientific quality of the submitted abstracts on the basis of the following criteria: novelty of the research, significance of the findings, and clarity of writing.
- Poster template can be downloaded from here.
- You may start to prepare the full paper submission (optional) after the abstract has been accepted.
- The copyright of Abstract belongs to the author(s). The North Sea Conference & Journal Ltd has a right to post the abstract on the conference website.
- If you have any questions left open, please do not hesitate to contact ISECM@nscj.co.uk