Abstract Submission


  • Call for papers

    The congress organizers cordially invite academics, practitioners, scholars, researchers, policy makers of any government to present their papers in MiGC14. Papers should be submitted through online and will be blind reviewed by two reviewers. We also welcome and highly encourage postgraduate students to present their research proposal or literature review or findings or issues in this conference with a very special registration fees.

    Authors are invited to submit papers for oral and poster presentations. Authors are required to submit an abstract of not more than 300 words and are encouraged to submit a full paper consisting of a paper title, name of author(s), address and e-mail, abstract, introduction, methodology, results and discussion, conclusion, acknowledgement and references. The paper should be prepared using single-spaced New Times Roman with font size 12 up to 15 pages, including tables, figures and list of references.

  • The instructions for:

    ePoster Presentation - Posters must be written in English with the configuration of your poster is A1 vertical (841mm x 594mm).
    Oral Presentations - 10 minutes presentation followed by 5 minutes Q&A.

    The MiGC14 representative, together with the Convener, will set up a special committee to select the best oral and the best poster presentation, given by a student as presenter and first author of the work. Students should be enrolled in a university or college and can be undergraduate, graduate or postgraduate (limited to 6 months after finishing the programme of study), and with an age limit of 36. The MiGC14 representative or Convener will present the MiGC14 Student Award certificates to the awardees during the conference.

    Papers may address, but not restricted to, the main theme from any of the following sub-themes. Unlisted but related sub-topics are also acceptable.

    MEDICINE AND HEALTH SCIENCES
    "Explore the exciting era of precision medicine. Come share the latest updates in cancer biology, stem cell therapy, molecular diagnostic tools and 'omics' technology. A great opportunity to establish research links from bench to bedside"

    FOOD, AGRICULTURE AND HORTICULTURE
    "The world population is projected to reach 9.7 billion in 2050. That is like having additional one and a half China to feed. Food production through conventional ways, however, seems very challenging under extreme weather and finite resources. Thus, genetic researches and innovations have important roles to ensuring the sustainability of food and agricultural productions worldwide and ultimately to avoid food crisis. Let’s all join our efforts together in this Congress to make this a reality."

    FORESTRY, CONSERVATION AND BIODIVERSITY
    "Recognise the importance of conserving the biodiversity of our ecosystems. Our forests are an extremely important natural resource that can be sustainably harvested and managed to produce a diversity of commodities of economic importance may it be plants, animals or even microbes. Join us in promoting conservation effort to ensure sustainability not only ecologically but also genetically."

  • Paper Submission guidelines

    Margin
    Manuscripts must be in single spacing, font size 12 in Times New Roman and all margins: 1.5 inches (left) and 1 inch (top, right and bottom).

    Length
    Manuscripts are between 10-15 pages (including references, attachments, tables and graphical information).

    Tables
    Must be placed as part of the text. DO NOT attach tables at the end of the manuscript.

    Software
    Manuscript must be submitted in Microsoft Word form ONLY.

    Title
    Written in uppercase, bold, size 14 and centered.

    Author/s
    Name, address, email and contact number of all authors, font 12, Times.

    Abstract
    Between 250-350 words “Times New Roman” size 12.

    Keyword
    Should not more than FIVE keywords.

    Title/Sub Title
    Written in uppercase, bold, size 12 and left margin.

    Tables/Figures
    Title of the tables/figure should be written on the top of the tables/figure. Times New Roman, font 12, Bold, lower case, centered.

    Reference
    Should be in the last part of the article (before any attachments/appendixes), in alphabetical order, according to American Psychological Association (APA) style.

    Article:
    Arize, A. C. (1994). A re-estimation of the demand for money in small developing economy.Applied Economics, 26, 217-28.
    Blyton, P. & Turnbull, P. (1998).The Dynamics of Employee Relations, 2nd ed., London: McMillan Press Ltd.

    Conference proceeding:
    Wilkinson, R. (1999). Sociology as a marketing feast. In M. Collis, L. Munro, & S. Russell (Eds.), Sociology for the New Millennium. Papers presented at The Australian Sociological Association, held at Monash University, Melbourne, 7-10 December (pp. 281-289). Churchill, Victoria: Celts.

    Book:
    Treviño, L. K., & Nelson, K. A. (2007).Managing business ethics: Straight talk about how to do it right. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

  • Notification of Acceptance

    • Notifications of acceptance or rejection of the abstracts will be sent to the corresponding author of the abstract by February 2021
    • The corresponding author receives all correspondence concerning the abstract, and is responsible for informing all co-authors of the status of the abstract.
    • The presenting author of an abstract must register for the Conference.