First call for papers

Important Dates:
Conference date : 7 - 8 March 2017
Abstract submission deadline: 21 January 2017
Abstract submission deadline: 3 February 2017
Announcement of acceptance : 27 January 2017
Announcement of acceptance : 10 February 2017
Fullpaper submission deadline : 13 March 2017


Basic sciences for improving survival and quality of life


“Fundamental and applied research in Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Statistics”

The conference consists of eight mini-symposiums that run in parallel for two days:
1. Material Science and Technology
2. Science and Technology Education
3. Environmental Science and Technology
4. Molecular and Health Science
5. Mathematics, Statistics, and Modelling
6. Instrumentation and measurement
7. Energy
8. Botany


The conference is using extended-abstract to review contributed presentations. This extended-abstract concisely contains introduction, research method, important results with discussion, and reference, in one page. Figure and table are encouraged in the abstract. The extended-abstract allows reviewer and audiences to recognize the importance of your work better. The submitted extended-abstract will not be made available online and only to be printed on an abstract book.

Download the extended-abstract template file (in MS Word format), and use the template to prepare your abstract. If you've already registered in the conference system, please login here to submit the abstract. If you have not yet registered for the conference, please register here and then submit your abstract.


The full papers will be published on the conference proceeding.

The committee is collaborating with the editors of the four journals below, in a way that the editors may review the extended abstract submitted by participants and may then directly invite the participants to submit their high quality paper to be published on one of these journals (terms and conditions apply):