All the conference submission process will ONLY be done through “Scholarvein” Integrated and Easy Conference Management Operating System (CMOS). To guarantee the smooth administration, the whole submission process is done fully online and NOT by email.
Here is the step-by-step procedure:
1. Create new account: click “Sign Up” at IC2RSE homepage.
2. Create a username, password, your PERSONAL email address and ORGANIZATIONAL email address, then FILL THE CAPTCHA.
3. Login to your account: click “Login” at IC2RSE homepage or direct link in your email.
4. Fill all personal data and abstract/paper detail required (*).
5. Fill all the columns detail required (*) – including your conference paper.
* Make sure author follow the conference paper template (1000 words) as stated in the submission guideline page of conference website. Paste formatting with a keyboard schortcut: “Ctrl+C then Ctrl+V” or “Command+C then Command+V” options then click “Keep Formatting”.
6. Monitor and check your registration status and progress by logging in to your account.
7. You will get an announcement from email regarding your paper status. You can directly download the letter of acceptance (LOA), plagiarism review, invoice, and content review by logging in to your registration account.
8. Make the payment (only after announcement of abstract/ paper acceptance – LOA received) and upload the payment proof through our online system (NOT email): by logging in to your account, then selecting “Payment Confirmation” menu under “Followed Event – IC2RSE” dashboard.
9. Create your presentation and upload it to the system.
10 Go to the virtual conference as per schedule.
Note for publication: Please check with any plagiarism detection software and make sure to have only at most 20% similarity score. Any paper with more than 20% similarity score will not be considered in the publication database unless being able to specify to us the proof of similarity score.IC
– The abstract should be concise, factual, and state briefly the purpose of the research, the principal results and major conclusions. An abstract is often presented separately from the article, so it must be able to stand alone. For this reason, References should be avoided. Also, non-standard or uncommon abbreviations should be avoided, but if essential they must be defined at their first mention in the abstract itself.
– Abstract contains neither pictures nor tables, justified, italic in 11 Times New Roman (font), single spaced, and should not exceed 350 words.
– Keywords should be justified, 10 Times New Roman (font), single spaced, and maximum 5 keywords.