Format of presentation
The language use must be in English, with a total of 15 minutes allocated to each oral presentation, including a 5 minute discussion.
The authors are required to install / setup their posters one day before their scheduled presentation, as specified in the conference program. The authors are expected to be at the exhibition during all the assigned sessions–especially during the opening ceremony.
All manuscript must be printed in English on a poster size of 90 x 120 cm (width x height). The Title, use bold, Times New Roman, font size 100 pt., and the text font is at least 32 pt.. The poster must include the illustration. The author presented in poster format need to take responsibility of his own costs and bring the poster to the conference venue himself.
It must include Title, Author and Co-authors, Institution, Significance of the study, Research Objectives, Methodology, Result Findings, Discussion and Conclusion and References.
Poster Presentations/ Installations:
will be performed throughout the conference, from June 20th – 22nd, 2020. The presenter can install and store poster by him / herself.
Manuscript preparation guidelines
|1. PAPER LENGTH||The length of paper may be up to 6-10 pages for oral presentation and poster presentation.|
|2. FONT||Time New Roman|
|3. SPECIFICATION OF FONT SIZE||
|4. PAGE SETTING||
|5. COMPONENTS OF ARTICLE||
Cover page (should not be exceeded 1 page of A4) consists of;
|7. KEYWORD||Should be specified only 3-5 words|
|8. CORRESPONDING AUTHOR||Should be specified just only one person identifying name, surname, faculty, university, country, and email under the keyword.|
|9. ARTICLE CONTENT INCLUDES||
|10. FIGURES||Figure caption “Figure (no.)” should be placed under the figure and centered with name and source of the figure. Figure extension should be jpg and resolution should not be less than 300 X 300 dpi.|
|11. TABLES INSERTION||Table heading “Table (no.)” should be placed above the table and on the left aligned of the table followed by an explanation of important context in the table.|
|12. CHART INSERTION||Chart caption “Chart (no.)” should be placed with an explanation of important context in the chart.|