GUIDELINES FOR THE ORAL PRESENTATION/POSTER PRESENTATION/MICROGRAPH COMPETITION

A) Oral Presentation

1.

Mode of presentation is synchronous. The duration of the presentation is 10 mins and 5 mins for Q & A.

2.

The presentation file (PowerPoint) should be submitted to the website conference system before 13 December 2021.

3.

Original research article: The contents of oral presentation should include: Abstract, Introduction, Methodology, Results & Discussion, Conclusions & Recommendations

Review article:  The contents of oral presentation should include Abstract & Introduction, Support & Opinion, Conclusion & Recommendation, Overall Presentation and Q & A.

4.

Overall presentation such as attire, creativity, confident, voice and command of audience attention should be emphasized.

5.

Presenter is enthusiastic and has a deep understanding of the research.

 

B) Poster Presentation

1.

Mode of presentation is asynchronous. The poster presentation must be pre-recorded between 3 to 5 mins.

The pre-recorded video should be uploaded to the website conference system starting from 26 October to 10 December 2021.

2.

The poster must be in PowerPoint and portrait orientation.

3.

The contents of the poster should include:

For original research paper: Title, Name of authors and Affiliation, Abstract, Introduction, Objectives, Methodology, Results & Discussion, Conclusions, and Recommendation.

Review paper:  Title, Name of authors and Affiliation, Abstract, Introduction, Support & Opinion, Conclusion, and Overall Presentation.

4.

Well-organized presentation (graphs, tables, figures, etc).

5.

The presenter needs to be ready to answer the questions in the question box (if any) from judges and visitors start from 3.00 to 4.30 pm on 20 December 2021.

 

C) Micrograph Competition

1.

The contest is open for micrographs from SEM, TEM, light, and other microscopes techniques.

2.

The micrograph image must be from original work (belong to the owner) and look at the beauty of the image.

3.

Only 2 (TWO) micrographs per participant are allowed.

4.

The micrograph should be prepared in one full A4 size with white background.

5.

The micrograph should have a scale.

6.

Do not include the identity of the micrograph’s owner/affiliation on the micrograph.

7.

Describe the micrograph including title abstract, type of equipment, and technique used (less than 25 words).

8.

A creative title to the micrograph is highly recommended.

9.

The micrograph in the JPEG file should be uploaded to conference websites starting 26 October to 10 December 2021.

10.

The organization has the right to re-use the micrograph images for non-beneficial purposes without permission from the micrograph’s owner.