Paper Types

The conference call for three types of papers

1. Completed Research Papers

The completed research papers should been  written clearly and have completed data analyses. The quality of completed research papers should be similar to journal article. 

2. Research-in-Progress Papers / Research Proposals

The research-in-progress papers typically represent work that is incomplete or just in the proposal stage. Research-in-progress papers could be a research proposal, the front half of a completed research paper.

A paper which does not meet the quality standard of "completed research paper" can be accepted as "research-in-progress paper". 

3. Extended Abstract

Extended abstract should be 1-4 pages long (500-2000 words)

Accepted completed research papers, research-in-progress papers, and extended abstract will be arranged in the oral presentation sessions (If authors prefer, papers could be arranged in poster session). Only full papers (completed research papers) in conference would be invited to submit to the affiliated journals.