26 November 2020 to 21 February 2021
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Submission Guideline

Definition of an abstract

An abstract is an accurate summary of any in-depth analysis of a particular subject that helps readers quickly identify the paper’s purpose. Generally, an abstract is constructed with subheadings: objective, methods, results, and conclusions. A well-constructed abstract allows authors to attract potential readers and eventually brings about further innovative and interactive discussions.

Submission Guideline

  • We accept abstracts from all disciplines with an emphasis on research applications.

  • The competitor must strictly abide by the competition rule. Failure to do so will result in an automatic disqualification from the competition.

  • Please consult the Data Protection Guarantee, Terms and Conditions, Competition procedure, and the Selection Criteria pages before submitting your abstract.

  • The abstract must be submitted in English. The maximum length of an abstract is 300 words, and should not contain text boxes, comments, or revision notes. Only one figure is allowed in the abstract. The equation attached in the content using LaTeX will be counted in the word count.

  • Submit your abstract on the Call for Abstract Page using the guideline below.

Submission guideline