Authors are requested to submit an abstract via the conference system by 31 August 2022. The abstract must contain the following section: introduction, purpose, method, results, main findings, implication, and keywords. The abstract must be no longer than 200 words.

[IMPORTANT] Authors must create an account and “Login” to submit the abstract. The submitted abstracts will be selected for presentation. The manuscripts (full papers) should be submitted only after the abstracts are accepted. The paper must be submitted a week before the conference day (30 September 2022). The papers should be written in English and must be between 4 to 6 pages


[IMPORTANT] To submit an abstract, authors must create an account. Then, they can submit the abstract by logging in to their account. The manuscript (full paper) can be submitted only after the authors submit their abstract. To guarantee smooth administration, the whole submission process is done fully online (NOT by email). Letter of Acceptance (LoA) and Letter of Invitation (LoI) can be downloaded directly from your account once your abstract is accepted to be presented at the conference. 



The conference will implement a rigorous process of reviewing. A call for papers will be announced on the website. Prospective participants will have to submit their abstracts. All abstracts will be reviewed and only selected abstracts will be accepted. Authors whose abstracts are selected, will have to submit full papers. Guest editors will select which paper that can undergo peer-review process. Selected papers will be blind reviewed. One paper will be reviewed by one reviewer. All of the reviewers will have previous experience with either publishing a journal article or becoming a reviewer. If it requires revision, the paper will then be returned to the authors. In this case, authors must revise their paper based on the reviewer’s comment and re-submit it to the conference system. The peer-review process will undergo three stages. The whole process will be completed by an editorial meeting to decide which article can be published in the proceeding.