Author Guidelines

 

* Potential authors must follow MS Word template of IOP Proceedings template

 


* Your paper shall consists from 6 to 8 pages
* Paper less than 6 pages will not be published in the proceedings
* The instruction can be downloaded from the IOP Proceedings:
https://publishingsupport.iopscience.iop.org/author-guidelines-for-conference-proceedings/ (click on preparing your proceedings paper)

 

Writing Guideline - IMPORTANT! 

 

Title

 The title must convey the objective of the paper

  

Author(s)

 Affiliation(s)

 Email(s) address (please use institution email)

 

 

Abstract

The abstract is a very brief overview of your ENTIRE study. It tells the reader WHAT you did, WHY you did it, HOW you did it, WHAT you found, and WHAT it means. The abstract should briefly state the purpose of the research (introduction), give the research problem and/or main objective of the research (Motivation), how the problem was studied (methods), the principal findings (results), and what the findings mean (discussion and conclusion). It is important to be descriptive but concise--say only what is essential, using no more words than necessary to convey meaning. The Abstract should be 100 to 200 words in length

 

Keywords: Keyword 1; Keyword 2; Keyword 3; Keyword 4; Keyword 5.

Minimum 3 and maximum 5 keywords.

 

Introduction

The structure of an introduction is

 

Literature Review

It presents a critical look at the existing research that is significant to the work that you are carrying out. You cannot simply give a concise description of, for example, an article: you need to select what parts of the research to discuss (e.g. the methodology), show how it relates to the other work (e.g. What other methodologies have been used? How are they similar? How are they different?) and show how it relates to your work (what is its relationship to your methodology?).

 

Theoretical Background (if any)

 

Data and Method

 

Results and Discussion

Result

Discussion

 

Conclusion

To give a summary of:

 

References