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Submission Guideline

All papers must be original and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference. The following is general information for abstract submission:

  • One presenter can submit only one abstract.

  • Abstract must be prepared using TSAC 2021 templates. They will be rejected or returned for format correction before further processing if they do not comply with TSAC 2021 templates.

  • Abstract and full paper must be submitted online only.

  • All presenters must register by March 15th, 2021, otherwise their abstracts will automatically be withdrawn from the program.

  • Only ONE full paper can be submitted from ONE accepted abstract.

  • Accepted abstracts will be available on TSAC 2021 website for download prior to the meeting.

  • Accepted full papers will be published as proceedings in electronic format.

  • For the first time submission, name your abstract file as Lastname_Initial_Abstract.docx, i.e., Robert_Initial_Abstract.docx. 

  • For revision submission, name your abstract file as ID_Lastname_Initial_Abstract_R1.docx for the first revision and change “R1” to “R2” for the second revision, etc.

 

Selection Criteria

The reviewers will evaluate the extended abstract according to 6 criteria including:

  • Highlight text part - The highlight section should be the core summary of the work. The highlight must be self-explainable in the announcement style. The highlight should be short and briefly explain to catch readers’ interest and attention.

  • Completeness of abstract content - The abstract body should be well structured. It should contain background, method, result, discussion, and conclusion.

  • Uniqueness - This abstract shows its own originality or novelty.

  • Informative of abstract content - The quality of the abstract content.

  • Figure or table - The figure or table is informative. The description of the figure or table should be self-explainable and allows readers to understand directly.

  • Use of language - The extended abstract is nicely written with the correct form of language including grammar and punctuation. The abstract should nicely flow with consistency of language style (e.g., either British or American style), and with clear language without ambiguity.