Standard level of Abstract to be submitted should:
- have no more than 300 words and title should be descriptive and declarative
- contain introduction, Aim, Material and methods, Results and conclusion
- show your readers that you’re aware of current and past research in your topic and demonstrate that your research will make a significant and substantial contribution to it.
- Contain "Statement of Problem" before moving into a paragraph detailing the problem.
- seek to answer the question: why does this research need to be conducted and what new issues does this research raise?
- State in the conclusion the Rational of the study "Significance of Research in conclusion."
Full paper Guidelines
- Formatting (DOC)
- Prospective authors are kindly invited to submit full text papers including results, tables, figures and references.
- Full text papers (.doc) will be accepted by Electronic Submission form.
- All submitted articles should report original, previously unpublished research results, experimental or theoretical.
- Articles submitted to the Conference should meet these criteria and must not be under consideration for publication elsewhere.
- Paper page limit:
Each paper must be no more than 10 pages (including the abstract, figures, tables, and references).
- Submission method:
For any inquiry about the submission and conference, please feel free to contact us via:
Contact No: 00964-7707766148
Good oral presentation guidelines
- Use bullet points and clear English
- Never having lots and lots of content on your slide. If you do that, the audience switches off and either doesn’t read the slide, or doesn’t listen to what you’re saying
- Engage your audience by making them following you through short sentence written in each slide
- Add animation to make the presentation even more engaging. But don’t get too flashy with the animations as this can be distracting for the audience
- Include graphics and images that easy to remember
- Use arrows and boxes to highlight specific areas you’re talking about. And point out certain parts using either your hands or the computer mouse