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Guideline

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Guideline 2017-09-08T10:23:21+00:00

Author Guidelines

  • The primary responsibility of the author(s) is to present an accurate description of the study and objective discussion of its significance in a manuscript.
  • The author(s) is obliged to ensure the accuracy and appropriateness of the references.
  • Submitted papers must not contain plagiarized material or falsified research data. Plagiarism refers to the use or presentation of the ideas or words of another person from an existing source without appropriate acknowledgement to that source. Any similar misappropriation of intellectual property, which may include data or interpretation, is also considered as plagiarism.
  • To protect the integrity of authorship, only persons who have significantly contributed to the papers and their preparation shall be listed as co-authors. The corresponding authors attest to the fact that they have seen the final version of the papers and have agreed to their submission for publication.
  • It is inappropriate to submit papers with an obvious commercial intent.
  • Authors should make no changes to the papers after they have been accepted. If there is a compelling reason for any changes, they must inform the conference’ scientific committee. Only the scientific committee has the authority to approve changes.
  • Authors should reveal to the conference’ scientific committee any potential conflict of interest, e.g., a consulting or financial interest in a company that might be affected by publication of the results contained in a paper. They should ensure that no contractual relations or proprietary considerations exist that would affect the publication of information in a submitted paper.

Publication Ethics

  • The primary responsibility of the conference organizer is to ensure fair and timely review process of the paper, to establish and maintain high standards of technical and professional quality. The quality consists of originality; clarity; thoughtfulness and relevance to the conference’ theme.
  • The conference organizer shall give an unbiased review, judging paper on its merits without regard to race, religion, ethnic origin, gender, seniority, citizenship, professional association, institutional affiliation, or political orientation of the author(s).
  • The conference organizer has the authority to accept or reject a paper. The organizer shall seek advice from reviewers, who are chosen for their expertise and good judgment, to referee the quality and reliability of paper.
  • The conference organizer must respect the intellectual independence of the authors.
  • The conference organizer shall not disclose any information about papers under reviewed except those from whom professional advice is sought.
  • Any member of the conference’s organizing committee who writes or co-writes submitted paper shall not review that paper.
  • Unpublished information, arguments, or interpretations presented in the papers are confidential and shall not be used in the research of any conference’ organizing committee or otherwise disseminated except with the consent of the author (s) and with appropriate acknowledgement.
  • Conference’ organizing committee should be vigilant to possible cases of plagiarism, duplication of previously published work, falsified data, misappropriation of intellectual property, duplicate submission of papers, inappropriate acknowledgement, or incorrect co-author listing.

Oral Presentation Guideline

Oral Presentation Duration

  • 10 minutes for presentation
  • 5  minutes for Q&A
  • Please time your presentation accordingly

The Presentation Slides

  • Please save the presentation slides on power point file (.ppt)
  • Please bring the presentation slides, including all media files (video, audio) needed for the presentation to the registration desk at least 30 (thirty) minutes before the presentation.
  • The presenter is strongly suggested to be in the room ten (10) minutes before the start of the session. Any delay is disruptive to the course of the session.
  • It is not necessary to send the presentation slides via email to the Committee.

Additional Information

  • To make sure your presentation’s time is enough, it is common to limit your presentation slides for about 10 pages long. However, we do not prohibit more slides as long as your presentation is still within the allocated time.
  • Be aware that embedded media clips are not saved as part of your PowerPoint presentation. The actual video or audio files need to be on the computer you will be presenting from.  You will need to supply those files along with your PowerPoint file when you upload it during registration.
  • Please bring the latest version of your presentation files to the session as a safety backup for your talk.