Abstract submission guidelines

Abstract submission guidelines

Abstract submission starts from 01 March. Deadline for submitting abstract is 31 July.

Click here, to submit a paper to the conference via our online manuscript central. The instructions are available to download here We won’t entertain abstracts submitted via email. Please contact us at [email protected] if you have a problem. 

Receipt of submissions will be acknowledged via email within 48 hours. All abstracts will be subjected for peer review. Revision of the abstract might be requested for clarity, style and language. Accepted abstracts will be notified to authors and published on conference website.

Submission guidelines

Abstract must be prepared and submitted in English.

1. Presenting author responsibilities: If you are submitting an abstract, we assume you are the presenting author and therefore are responsible for the followings:
  • Submitting your own work.

  • Assuring all co-authors have reviewed and approved the abstract’s content.

  • Registering for the conference.

  • Presenting the abstract at the conference, if accepted.

2. Be ready with followings before submission.
  • Title: Title of abstract should be concise, clearly convey the content of abstract. It may contain up to 85 characters, including spaces.

  • Author(s): Name of all authors who have really contributed the work. Indicate the presenting author.

  • Author affiliation: Primary affiliation for each coauthor including address.

  • Abstract body: The abstract should be less than 250 words and should provide a clear description of research objectives, the main results and conclusion.

  • Graphical abstract (optional): We encourage you to submit a graphical abstract.

  • Category: Choose from the key submission tracks listed above.

  • Keywords: At least three keywords are required; up to 5 are allowed. Keywords represent the content of your paper.

3. Reasons for abstract rejection.
  • Subject matter is not appropriate for MoChWo.

  • Information is not new enough.

  • Abstract is duplicate of other submissions.

  • Format does not follow guidelines.

  • Submission is poorly written.