This is a tentative program for reference only, program is subject to final confirmation.
December 8, 2021
Conference Material Collection
December 9, 2021
Keynote Speech I
Group Photo & Coffee Break
Keynote Speech II
Keynote Speech III
December 10, 2021
Oral Presentation: Participants' presentations will be divided into different sessions based on the topics. Participants should find the right session room and be there at least 5 minutes earlier to copy his ppt/pdf presentation into the laptop and get ready. Then the session chair will start the session on time, and give a grade to each presentation, which should be within 15 minutes, including Q&A.
Poster Presentation: Presenting your work with a poster it will be your responsibility to produce the best possible forum for your research findings. It will be your responsibility to bring to the conference or make sure it is sent in advance with sufficient time to arrive. A prize for the best poster is something to strive to achieve and win and it is worth taking time to make yours stand out. A poster should be self‐contained and self‐explanatory to all readers, allowing your work and results to be clear. Do not clutter with unnecessary detail or fancy boarders. Presentations should
be simple and clear and a combination of text and graphics suitable to the individual work is needed. An interesting poster is read with enthusiasm and a desire to know more. Too much color can be
off putting and balance as needed. (More)
At least one author is required to register and attend the conference to present the paper. For safety consideration, please take good care of your belongings in the public places. Please bring your name badge for entering the conference hall. Please do not lend your name badge to people who are not involved with the conference. Please do not take irrelevant people to enter the conference rooms. The Organizers shall not be held responsibility for any loss of personal finance or belongings.
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