We welcome individual extended abstract submission by undergraduate and postgraduate students, lecturers, independent scholars and practitioners to present and publish their research findings.
The extended abstract should be around 300 – 400 words (introduction, problem statement, purpose of research, methodology, key findings, state of the art) typed at single space, using Times New Roman font size 10. The margins at four sides should be set at 1 inch.
The extended abstract should be written in English for the submission. Please make sure the abstract is well-written and properly edited.
Structure of the Extended Abstract:
- Code of Subtheme (please check this page for reference)
- Title of the paper in Bold Letters
- Full name of the author and co-author (supervisor) without titles or degrees, higher education institution, faculty and department/studies program, and e-mail address shall be provided under the paper title.
- 300-400 words detailed summary of the article, written in English, that include introduction, problem statement, purpose of the research, relevance/significance of study, research methodology, key findings and state of the art
- 150-200 novelty of research
- Reference List
Please download the template below:
Format Extended Abstract
Or you can see the example of Extended Abstract
All submissions in *.doc or *.docx format shall be done through the OCS (Open Conference System). If OCS submission fails, please contact the Symposium Committee at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Selected papers will be further processed for publication by an international publisher upon the recommendation from the Symposium’s Editorial Board.
THE EXTENDED ABSTRACT SUBMISSION’S DEADLINE IS: 31 th of July, 2020 (time: 23.59 (GMT +07:00))
Selected papers will be published in the Scopus-indexed edited volume.