Abstract submission guidelines

Abstract submission starts on the 10th of April. The deadline for submitting abstracts is the 31st of July.
Click on “Submit Abstract” to submit a paper to the conference via our online manuscript central. You will be required to register/create an account in order to be able to submit the abstract (please note that although the page may ask you to sign-in with a google account, you may have some technical issues in doing so. As such, we recommend you to create an account instead). 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 to peer review. Revision of the abstract may be requested for clarity, style, and language. Accepted abstracts will be notified to authors and published on the conference website.

Submission guidelines

The 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 you are responsible for the followings:
  • The submitted abstract is your original work.

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

  • The format follows the submission guidelines.

  • Register for the conference.

  • In case of acceptance, present the work at the conference.

2. Be ready with the following before submission.
  • Title: The title of the abstract should be clear and concise.

  • Author(s): Name and primary affiliation (including address) of all authors who have contributed to the work. Indicate the presenting author.

  • Abstract body: The abstract should be no more than 250 words and should provide clear background information, research objectives, results, and conclusion.

  • Keywords: You should have no less than 3 and no more than 5 keywords. The keywords should include words and phrases that represent your work. Please note that the words already existing in your title cannot be a keyword.

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

  • Information is not new enough.

  • The abstract is a duplicate of other submissions.

  • The format does not follow guidelines.

  • The submission is poorly written.