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 Author guidelines 

Preparing your manuscript
  1. The manuscript topic should conform to the scope of the conference/symposium.
  2. The submitted manuscript must be original work and should not have been previously published or presented at another meeting.
  3. The manuscript should be written in English (US), with font type Arial (for paper title and headings) and Times, Times Roman, or Times New Roman (for all contents, included figures and tables).
  4. The abstract should be no more than 200 words (excluding abstract title, authors, and affiliations), with two-column of A4 Paper size in PDF or DOC format.
  5. The template modified in Ms Word 2010 or earlier and saved as a “Word Document” for the PC, provides authors with most of the formatting specifications needed for preparing electronic versions of their papers. Margins, column widths, line spacing, and font sizes are built-in.
    • Font sizes. Title (16 pt); Heading 1 (12 pt); Author name, Heading 2, heading 3, and content (10 pt); Author details, abstract, figures, and tables (9 pt).
    • Margins. Top (25 mm); Left (20 mm); Bottom (20 mm); Right (20 mm).
    • The text should be set to single line spacing.
    • Paragraphs should be justified. The first paragraph after a section or subsection should not be indented; subsequent paragraphs should be indented by 5 mm.
    • If your manuscript in the PDF format, please ensure that all fonts are embedded, not as encrypted/secured file, and has no headers, footers, bookmarks, form fields, links, or annotation.
  6. Make sure the listed artworks have the best resolution for printing (300 DPI).
  7. For both primary and co-authors, credentials along with their full names and email addresses must be included. If co-authors are from different institutions, the secondary institution(s) and the institution investigators are associate with must be listed.
  8. The guideline details for this symposium can be read in the paper template.
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