The organizing committee of the Marlog 12 Conference welcomes all honorable authors & experts as they are kindly encouraged to contribute and help support the conference through valuable submissions of their high quality, original & unpublished research abstracts & papers.
Full Paper Instructions:
Research abstracts and papers have to be written in English language, as well as all PowerPoint presentations. Presenters should be sufficiently fluent in English to run presentation and discussion on high academic standards.
Date, time and session for oral presentations are displayed in the Conference Program. Presenters can meet the chairman of each session at the beginning of the break before session.
The time slot for each presentation is 20 minutes for regular presentations. Session chairs will hold presentations strictly to the allotted time. Questions will be viewed and discussed at the end of the session.
The conference organizers provide the templates for preparing the presentations. The authors are not allowed to use templates with colorful backgrounds and are entirely responsible for the presentation content (order, the loading, graphics...etc.). The template will be available for download after confirming the approval of your paper. For further instructions, consult the Conference Technical Staff or the Organizing Committee.
Submit and TEST presentation files in advance
Authors should send their presentations to the organizing committee 2 days before the conference. If not ready, author should provide a copy (preferably on a USB memory stick or USB memory drive) to the Conference Technical Staff at the beginning of the day to print out them for simultaneous translators. Presenters can have the opportunity to check their presentations during the break before session starts.
Note: Presenters are not allowed to detach the session laptop and attach their own notebook/laptop to the LCD projector in the session hall.
Presentation files format
PowerPoint files (*.ppt, *.pptx) are recommended. Movies or animations in MPEG, Windows Media, AVI, etc., should be tested with the Conference Technical Staff during the break before session starts.