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Extended Abstract Preparation Guidelines

  • The extended abstract should be prepared in MS Word format and written in English..
  • The extended abstract should include a Title, Authors’ list and affiliations, Introduction, Result and Discussion, Keywords (up to 5), Acknowledgement and References.
  • Times New Roman font should be used throughout the abstract.
  • The title of the abstract should be concise, descriptive and preferably not exceeding 15 words. Use font size 14pt and capitalized each word in the title.
  • The section head should be capitalized and using font size 12pt.
  • The text of the body should by typed with single-space with font size 11pt
  • Do not indent the text paragraphs
  • Maximum of 2 figures and 2 tables are allow in the abstract and the total number of pages should not exceed 4
  • References in the text should be denoted by giving the name(s) of the author(s) and alphabetically ordered, conforming to the references in Penerbit UKM style or the Chicago Manual of Style (University of Chicago Press).
  • The references style adopted should be consistent throughout the manuscript.
  Authors can download the extended abstract template from GENERAL INFO/Download and contact
 **Notification of extended abstract status will be made through email.

Poster Preparation Guidelines

    The poster should be a visual presentation of your submitted extended abstract and should meet the following criteria:
  • The poster should be in English only.
  • The poster should be clear, concise and understandable.
  • Size: The poster must be in A1 size and in portrait orientation.
  • After the title, the most significant panels are the Introduction, Methodology and the Conclusion should be clear and visually attractive.
  • Results should be presented graphically if possible.
  • Use pictures, symbols and color. Figure legends are essential and should be short but informative. Short heading is necessary for graphs.