UNI-IN-ALLIANCE 2024 – Guidelines for Preparing the Camera-Ready Copy of the Abstract

UNI-IN-ALLIANCE 2024

Notice to all Authors: We previously requested that you submit your camera-ready abstract files by July 20th. However, we have noticed that more than 15 submissions are still missing these files.
This is the final reminder and opportunity to submit your camera-ready abstract. The extended deadline is now July 25th. Please ensure your final revised camera-ready file is submitted by this date.
Submissions without the final revised camera-ready file will be considered incomplete and will not be considered for presentations.

Guidelines for Preparing the Camera-Ready Copy of the Abstract

    1. All abstracts must be written and submitted in English, using MS Word 2007 or later.
        • Format
            • Paper size: A4 (use the template)
            • Number of Pages: One
            • Margins: Given in the template (left 1.3 inches and right 0.7 inches)
            • Font: Times New Roman
            • Font size: 12 font size (except author names, affiliations & email addresses)
        • Figures, tables, and references should not be included in the abstract.
        • We encourage you to use the camera-ready abstract template given together with this document where everything is formatted according to the guidelines.
        • Please submit the Word document – not a pdf file.
    2. The abstract should contain the following:
        • TITLE
            • Should be brief and reflect the study carried out. If scientific names of organisms are
              included they should be written in capital italics. If common or vernacular names follow the
              scientific name, they should be included in parentheses.
            • The letters should be bold uppercase and center-aligned.
            • Font: Times New Roman, Font size: 12, Line Spacing: 1.15
            • There should be no line space above the title. One line space should be left below the title.
        • NAME/S OF AUTHOR/S
            • Should be in lowercase letters (except initials and the first letter of the name/s) and center-aligned.
            • Font: Times New Roman, Font size: 10, Line spacing: 1.0.
            • Author ‘surname’ should be written first, followed by ‘initials’. Each initial should be followed by a full stop and a space between two initials (Ex: Perera A. B. C.). Refer to the template given.
            • The presenter’s name should be underlined and the corresponding author’s name should be indicated by an asterisk at the end.
            • One line space should be left between the name/s and affiliation/s.
        • AUTHOR/S AFFILIATIONS AND CORRESPONDENCE
            • Author affiliations should be given according to the author list and should be in Italics (Font: Times New Roman, Font size: 10, Line spacing: 1.0).
            • The corresponding author’s email address should be indicated after the authors’ affiliations.
            • No line space should be left between the affiliations and the email address.
        • TEXT
            • Should include Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, Discussion, and Conclusions; should be written, within a single paragraph without sub-titles/sub-headings (the first line of the paragraph should not be indented) and justified.
            • Font: Times New Roman, Font size: 12, Line spacing: 1.15.
        • Keywords:
            • A maximum of 5 keywords separated by commas should be included after the sub-title, ‘Keywords:’ placed at the end of the abstract (Font: Times New Roman, Font size: 10, Line Spacing: 1.0, Style: in Italics).
            • One line space should be left between the text and keywords.
        • Acknowledgment:
            • An acknowledgment, only with the name of the funding organization/s and grant number/s, may be added separately after the text, as a single sentence in italics (Font: Times New Roman, Font size: 10, Line Spacing: 1.0, Style: in Italics).
            • A single line space should be left between the keywords and the acknowledgment.

Spelling: British spelling must be used throughout the text.

Abbreviations: Should be cited in full at first occurrence, except for standard abbreviations.

Non-English and Technical Terms: Should be in italics

 

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UNI-IN ALLIANCE – 2024

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The 10th Consecutive Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium

UNI-IN ALLIANCE – 2024

A Sustainable Future: Bridging the Gap Between Nature and Technology

We are thrilled to announce the 10th Consecutive Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium, “UNI-IN ALLIANCE 2024“, hosted by the prestigious Society of Industrial Scholars at the University of Sri Jayewardenepura. This year, we embark on a journey of exploration, as we delve into the realm of innovative solutions across various disciplines.

The conference rescheduled date will be notified soon!

Abstract Submission Deadline: May 26th, 2024

Open to All Undergraduate Students Across Sri Lanka

Research Fields :

  • Information Technology and Computing
  • Food Science and Nutrition
  • Engineering, Technological Sciences and Innovation
  • Mathematics and Applied Statistics
  • Business and Management Studies
  • Chemical and Environmental Sciences
  • Biological Sciences
  • Theoretical and Applied Physics
  • Forestry and Agriculture
  • Polymers and Material Sciences
  • Environmental and Resource Economics

We extend a warm invitation to all undergraduate students from diverse academic backgrounds to contribute their research findings and insights. Your participation plays a pivotal role in fostering intellectual discourse and driving innovation.

Submission Process:

Submit your abstracts via the designated platform, adhering to the prescribed guidelines.

Upload the duly filled Author Declaration Form along with your Abstracts to complete the submission process.

Submission Link : https://cmt3.research.microsoft.com/UNIINALLIANCE2024

Author Declaration Form

Abstract Guidelines (PDF)

Step-by-Step Submission Guide (PDF)

Should you have any queries or require further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Let us come together to explore new frontiers, unravel innovative solutions, and inspire excellence in research.