Abstract Submission Guidelines
As a paper presenter, you have to submit the abstract of your research paper for approval. The abstract should be a summary of a research paper and is expected to meet the academic standards. Please submit your abstract to email@example.com with a brief biography. We encourage you to send an informative abstract (complete abstract) which is a summary of a paper’s substance including its background, purpose, methodology, results, and conclusion.
To present your research paper at the 2nd Asia International Conference on Multidisciplinary Research 2020 (AIMR’20) you have to send your abstract on or before the abstract submission deadline.
Submit your abstract to : firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstract Submission Deadline : 17 September 2020
How to Prepare the Abstract
- The primary language of the conference is in English and your submission should be also in English.
- Submit your abstract comprising not more than 250 words with your biography (no more than 60 words).
- Please see the abstract template given below or follow the format carefully to prepare your abstract.
- Abstracts should be based on any of the areas listed in this website as conference tracks / topics.
- Abbreviations should be defined at the first time they appear in your text before being used as an abbreviation. E.g. World Health Organization (WHO)
- Do not define or use abbreviations in the title.
- Avoid complex mathematical formulas, footnotes, endnotes, references etc. in your abstract.
- Do not include tables, charts or other graphics in your abstract.
- Abstracts should be submitted via Email as an attachment in MS Word document format.
- Please submit your abstract to email@example.com
Prepare Your Abstract in the Following Format
- Title of the research paper : BOLD CAPITAL LETTERS
- Names of Author :
- 1st Author’s Name (Surname with Initials)
- 2nd Author’s Name (Surname with Initials)
- Name of the university or place of work :
- 1st Author’s Department, University / Organization, Country
- 2nd Author’s Department, University / Organization, Country
- E mail address :
- 1st Author’s email address
- 2nd Author’s email address
- Text font & size : Times New Roman, font size 11, Single paragraph
- Line space : Single space
- Word count : 250 words excluding Title, names and keywords
- Keywords : Four to six (4 - 6 words)
- Theme : Your presentation track (mention in the conference tracks on website)
Please submit your biography with the abstract in the following format:
- Title, Full Name : First Name / Last Name (E.g. Prof. Dylan Farrell)
- Present Position(Designation), Department, University / Organization, City, Country :
- (E.g. Dean Faculty of Law, University of Warwick, Coventry, United Kingdom)
- Biography :
- (maximum of 60 words) Write a brief note about yourself including your nationality, employment, education background, affiliations and your accomplishments etc.
- Contact details of the Author(s) :
- Email addresses : (1) Academic (2) Private
- Contact number : WhatsApp / Viber number with country code
- Presentation preference : Oral / Poster / Virtual
- Name for the Certificate : (E.g. Prof. Dylan Farrell)
After Submitting of Your Abstract
- After submission of your abstract you will be acknowledged of the receipt of the abstract via an email within 24 hours.
- Your Abstract will go through a double-blind peer review after its receipt. The international scientific committee will review your abstract.
- Acceptance or rejections of the abstract will be sent to you within 5 working days. If the abstract is required to be revised, the revised abstract is needed to be sent back within a week.
- If your abstract is accepted, you will be invited to register for the 2nd Asia International Conference on Multidisciplinary Research 2020 (AIMR’20).
- At least one of the authors of the research paper must pay the registration fees for the conference to participate or to present at the Conference and to be included in to the final program.
- Upon payment of the registration fee, you will be received a confirmation payment letter with receipt via an email.
Please Note :
single registration valid for only one participant to attend the conference, if the co-authors would like to attend the conference their registration is required to be made separately (one author of the abstract must register first for the conference, then only the co-author rate is applicable)
Paper Submission Guidelines
All the registered participants of the 2nd Asia International Conference on Multidisciplinary Research 2020 (AIMR’20) are encouraged to submit full text of research papers giving a description of their research with the background, including results, figures, tables, drafts, findings, conclusions and references.
Submit your paper to : firstname.lastname@example.org
Final full paper Submission Deadline : 06 November 2020
- The full manuscript must be submitted as a MS Word document in .doc format (not as a PDF or .docx format) will be accepted only by via an email.
- All submitted research papers will go through double blind peer review and should communicative original, unpublished results of conceptual, constructive, experimental and theoretical work or research should meet these criteria and must not be under consideration for publication in somewhere else.
- The submitting author is responsible for ensuring that the article’s publication has been approved by all other co-authors and takes responsibility for the paper during submission and peer review.
- The publisher will not be held legally responsible should there be any claims for compensation.
- Final manuscripts of your research study must be sent to email@example.com
You are required to follow the format carefully for your paper submission
- MS Word: single-spaced.
- Font: Times New Roman.
- Text: should be justified, except for the article title and block quotations.
- Quotations: longer than four lines should appear as blocked quotations, singled-spaced, italicized and indented six spaces from the left-hand margin.
- Subheadings: should be bolded and placed at the left-hand margin, one double space below the previous section.
- Page limit: 8 pages (maximum) including appendixes, tables, figures, drafts, endnotes and references.
- Tables: or charts must be in MS Excel compatible format.
- Tables: charts or images may be inserted in the text document.
- Electronic images: must be 300 dpi resolutions and optimised to be less than 350Kb if they are to be included at full size in the paper.
- Bibliographic References: must appear at the end of the full paper, not as footnotes on each page.
- Endnotes: must be single-spaced, with one double space between each note.
Standard Structure of the Research Paper
This structure you can follow for your guidance and you are free to include your own structure depending on your research and the method you have used. However, there should be an abstract, introduction, research methodology, outcome of your research, discussions, findings, conclusions and references.
Research paper should contain an abstract. The abstract should be self-contained and citation-free and should not exceed 250 words.
In the introduction you should state the objectives of the work and provide a satisfactory background of the study.
Method and Materials
You should provide adequate details about the research method you had used to reach the conclusion in this section. Materials already published before somewhere else should be indicated by a correct reference.
Result should be clear and concise and relevant to the study.
In this section you should explore the importance of the results of the research work. Avoid broad citations and discuss about the published literature.
Conclusions and Future Recommendations
The main conclusions and future recommendations of the study must be presented in this section.
All acknowledgments (if any) should be included at the very end of the paper before the references and may include support received from university colleagues and other interviewed participants to the questionnaire of the research study.
The list of references should appear at the end of your research paper. Please include references of all materials you have cited in your research paper. Harvard-style of referencing should be used right through the paper. That is, author(s) last name, first name(s) and year of publication, followed by the source and the publisher. References should be listed in alphabetical order and all lines other than the first line should be indented.
Should be prepared according to the Harvard-style referencing and instructions mentioned under the ‘Submission Format’.
Declaration statement by the participants
The participants of the conference have to declare that their research paper is an original and its results have not been published previously in the same form elsewhere.
Declaration Statement Form
I / We do hereby declare that the manuscript titled “…………………………………………...” submitted to the 2nd Asia International Conference on Multidisciplinary Research 2020 (AIMR’20) is original, has not been published before and is not currently being considered for publication elsewhere.
1st Author’s name - ……………………………….
2nd Author’s name - ……………………………….