All participants intending to present scientific papers (oral or poster) at the SAADC 2019 conference are requested to submit their paper through email at firstname.lastname@example.org or at email@example.com.
Papers should be not more than four pages inclusive of tables and figures (or six pages for invited papers). Authors are requested to follow the below format for paper submission:
- Title: author’s name, institution, and email address of corresponding author
- Abstract: Not more than 250 words and 5 keywords
- Results and Discussion
- Conclusion and recommendation
Please click here for standard format to prepare your paper for SAADC 2019 proceedings.
All papers accepted for presentation in the SAADC 2019 shall be published in the SAADC 2019 Digital Proceedings which will be distributed to participants during the conference. For your papers to be included in the above Proceedings, please make sure you meet the submission schedule stated below.
Only papers submitted by registered and paid participants shall be published in the Proceedings.
A maximum of two papers are allowed from each registered participant.
A group of senior academicians/researchers has volunteered to serve as SAADC in-house editors1 to assist participants, particularly early career scientists from developing countries, to improve their research papers to presented at our SAADC 2019 conference. The papers will then be submitted to one of the journals listed below.2
Participants requesting assistance are requested to prepare their papers according to the requirements of one of these journals2 and email to firstname.lastname@example.org (indicating their choice of the journal to be submitted) on or before 1 May 2019. Only manuscripts submitted by registered and paid participants of SAADC 2019 will be reviewed. We request participants also to prepare a summary one-page abstract of their respective papers for separate submission to the conference organizer for inclusion in the Conference Proceedings.
1SAADC in-house editors:
Prof. Peter Wynn (Australia)
Prof. Ermias Kebreab (USA)
Prof. Beth Miller (USA)
Prof. Arthur Goetsch (USA)
Prof. Peter Thomson (Australia)
Prof. Joaquim Balcells (Spain)
Dr. Harinder Makkar (Italy)
Dr. Yoshiaki Hayashi (Japan)
Dr. Chris McSweeney (Australia)
Dr. Mohd Ariff Omar (Malaysia)
Dr. Juan Boo Liang (Malaysia)
Prof. Dr. Nabaraj Devkota (Nepal)
Surendra Karki, PhD (Nepal)
Dr. Santosh Dhakal (Nepal)