General Guideline for Extended Abstract                                  (for download as pdf file click Here)

Extended abstracts are required to be written in accordance to the structure explained below. It should include the following headings: abstract and keywords, introduction, methods, findings and argument, conclusion and recommendations. If necessary, section names can be renamed and sub-sections can be used.

 Extended abstract shall be submitted in Times New Roman font, 9 pt., and single line spacing. Extended abstracts can contain figures, tables and/or images. Page format should be A4 page size with margins of 2.5 cm wide from the right, left, top and bottom. Extended abstracts, including the references, should not exceed 4 pages and pages should not be numbered.



(Times New Roman, 16 Point, Bold, All Caps, Centered)

  Author’s Name and Surname1, Author’s Name and Surname2 (12 point, bold)

1Affiliation (12 point)

Postal Address (12 point)

Email Address(es) (12 point)

2Affiliation (12 point)

Postal Address (12 point)

Email Address(es) (12 point)


Abstract: Abstract should be written in Times New Roman, 8 point, justified, single line spacing. Objective, method and findings are summarized in this section.

Keywords: This section should contain a maximum of 5 words that are written in 8 point font size and separated with semicolon (;).


INTRODUCTION (Heading Times New Roman, 11 font size, bold)

The introduction section should:

(1) Present the scope and objective of the paper and state the problem,

(2) Briefly review the pertinent literature,

(3) Describe the originality of the work.



The methodology must be clearly stated and described in sufficient detail and/or with sufficient references. 



The findings and arguments of the work should be explicitly described and illustrated. Supporting figures, tables and images of the results (no more than two figures and two tables) should be included in the extended abstract.

All the tables, images and figures should be followed as the guidelines described in “The Instruction for Author’s” file.



Conclusions should include:

(1) the principles and generalisations inferred from the results,

(2) any exceptions to, or problems with these principles and generalisations,

(3) theoretical and/or practical implications of the work, and

(4) conclusions drawn and recommendations.



References should be listed as the order described in “The Instruction for Author’s” file.