CALL FOR PAPERS
STEM CONFERENCE 2020
Concurrent Session Sharing (40 minutes)
Each presentation is allocated 40 minutes, including 10 minutes of Q&A. The sharing could be presented by an individual or a team. Typically, two presentations are grouped together in a 90-minute session.
Workshop (3 hours)
Each workshop is allocated 3 hours, excluding a lunch break in between. The workshop could be conducted by an individual or a team. Workshop materials should be provided by the facilitators.
STEM+: incorporating other elements into STEM (e.g. STEAM, STREAM)
STEM Technopreneurship: nurturing the Entrepreneur Dare
Desired STEM Mindset and Disposition
Collaborations to enhance learning experiences
Please note that your abstract may be classified under a different sub-theme from the one that you have chosen.
Individual paper (30 minutes)
The paper is presented by an individual author or co-authors. Each presentation is allocated 30 minutes (including 10 minutes Q&A). Typically, three individual paper presentations, belonging to the same strand, are grouped together in one 90-minute concurrent session.
Poster (90 minutes)
A single author or group of co-authors may prepare a poster for an interactive session. Handouts may be prepared for dissemination to interested audience. Posters belonging to the same strand will be grouped together and presented during the 90-minute poster time block.
Symposium (90 minutes)
The symposium is presented by multiple authors or co-author groups. Each 90-minute symposium comprises of: (a) 1 chairperson and 3 presenters, or (b) 2 presenters and 1 discussant. In addition to the abstracts for the individual presentations, the symposium proposal should include one 250-300-word integrative statement describing the overall theme of the symposium and connections between the presentations. For a Symposium, please submit via email to email@example.com
Workshop (90 minutes)
A single author or group of co-authors may prepare an extensive discussion session with conference participants on a specific topic, subject, or project (e.g., science teaching kit, sensors, computer software, App). The workshop may be held in a classroom, computer laboratory, or science laboratory. The workshop materials should be provided by the workshop presenters/organizers.
Language of Presentation
All presentation and abstracts should be delivered and submitted in English.
Guidelines on Submission of Abstracts
The abstract should be between 250-300 words in length and include the goals of the study, methodology, findings and discussion, implications, and significance of the study.
REVIEW PROCESS AND CRITERIA
The abstract will be reviewed based on the quality of the writing and research, and whether it is of interest to the ISEC and STEM Conference audience.
STEM CONFERENCE 2020
Opening of submission of Abstract: 1 November 2019
Deadline for submission of Abstract: 14 April 2020
Email notification of acceptance or rejection: By 30 April 2020
End of Early-bird Rate for Conference Registration: 15 July 2020
Presenter(s) must register and make payment for conference by 15 July 2020
Opening of submission of Abstract: Now Open
Deadline for submission of Abstract:5 January 2021
Email notification of acceptance or rejection: From January 2020*
End of Early-bird Rate for Conference Registration: 2 March 2021
Presenter(s) must register and make payment for the conference by 2 March 2021**
Deadline for submission of Full Papers for Proceedings: 13 July 2020
*Email Notification of acceptance or rejection will be issued in phases, depending on when abstracts were submitted. Abstracts submitted:
by 15 June 2020 will be notified by 1 August 2020
by 15 July 2020 will be notified by 1 September 2020
by 15 September 2020 will be notified by 1 October 2020
by 15 September 2020 will be notified by 1 November 2020
by 15 October 2020 will be notified by 1 December 2020
by 15 November 2020 will be notified by 1 January 2021
by 5 January 2021 will be notified by 15 February 2021
**Important Note: At least one author for every accepted paper, poster or symposium is required to register and make payment by 2 March 2021. Otherwise, your paper will be withdrawn from the conference.
HOW TO SUBMIT
Click on the link below to proceed to the portal where you would need to create an account. You will then be able to submit one or more abstracts for consideration.
Please note your password for future use. You can log into your account to check the status of your submission(s), and subsequently upload full papers for accepted abstracts. Your account will also be used when registering to attend the conference.