August 12, 2022, by Lisa Chin

Reminder call for abstracts: UNM Postgraduate & Early Career Researcher Conference 2022

Nurturing Impactful Research for the Future

29 & 30 November 2022
9.30am – 5pm
University of Nottingham Malaysia

We are pleased to announce our 1st UNM Postgraduate and Early Career Researcher Conference to be held on 29 & 30 November 2022. The aim of this conference is to bring together research scholars from multiple disciplines to share their research work towards nurturing impactful research for the future.

Among the activities in this conference are keynote speeches, PhD colloquiums, postgraduate research and journal publications workshops. Best paper presenters will be given cash rewards and certificates while accepted extended abstracts will be published as conference proceeding with ISBN number.

Important dates

Opening for extended abstracts – 18 July 2022
Closing for extended abstracts – 30 September 2022
Notification of acceptance – 10 October 2022
Final submission – 20 October 2022

Extended abstract should not be more than 500 words and should include brief intro, aim of paper, methodology, findings, discussion, conclusion and references. You may add graph/charts/tables etc.

[*New update] Interested authors with accepted abstracts for the conference can submit their full papers to the journals listed below after the conference for publication considerations (subject to journal review process):

    1. Biocatalysis and Agricultural Biotechnology (CiteScore 3.9) – without Article Processing Charges (APC)

    2. Bioengineered (IF: 6.832) – with APC

    3. Sustanabiloty (IF: 3.352; Scopus; multi-discipline) – with APC

    4. Energy Nexus (Scopus) – without APC

    5. F1000 (IF: 2.297; Scopus; multi-discipline) – with discounted APC

    6. ASM Science Journal (Scopus) – with APC

Conference fees – Early bird registration before 20 October 2022 is RM150 (UNM students) and RM250 (others)

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Submit your extended abstract by 30 September 2022

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