Student Mini Conference

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
STUDENT MINI CONFERENCE
5th FEBRUARY 2020

Welcome to the 10ICI Student Mini Conference (5th February 2020)

The 10ICI is the 10th International Conference on Isotopes hosted by Malaysian Radiation Protection Association (MARPA) and Malaysian Nuclear Agency (Nuclear Malaysia) at the heart of the city of Kuala Lumpur. The internationally renowned conference offers an opportunity to connect and form collaborations with researchers, academics, practitioners and the educational technology industry. In conjunction with 10ICI, the organising committee has setup the Student Mini Conference contains a mix of social events, oral and posters presentation, student creativity, invention and innovation competition. Enjoy a mini-conference experience in technologically enhanced classrooms, as well as traditional discussions and face-to-face events to initiate the collaboration of tomorrow.

  • Student Mini Conference Theme: Nurturing STEM Awareness in Nuclear Isotopes
    The theme for 10ICI Student Mini Conference is Nurturing STEM Awareness in Nuclear Isotopes. This vision captures the infinite possibilities when considering creativity, innovation, practice and research in the use of nuclear technologies in tertiary education. It also aims to bring together scientists, engineers, academics and students to share knowledge and experiences about all aspects of nuclear radioisotopes sciences.
  • Mini Conference Tracks
    We invite conceptual, applied and theoretical research contributions on the following tracks:
    • Oral Presentation
      The participation from master’s and PhD students are welcomed and encouraged to take part. Streams of Oral Presentation;
      • Medical
      • Industry
      • Environment
      • Food/Agriculture
    • Poster Presentation
      The participation from master’s and PhD students are welcomed and encouraged to take part. Streams of Poster Presentation;
      • Medical
      • Industry
      • Environment
      • Food/Agriculture
    • Student Creativity, Invention and Innovation Competition
      This track looks at the idea of strengthening the spirit of researchers and innovation among students by demonstrating the results of research and innovations. Raising/nurturing the nation’s innovation culture by producing new research talents, to create space for new innovators, public visitors are freely to exchange opinions and views on innovation results. The participation from the bachelor’s degree students is welcomed and encouraged to take part. Streams of Student Creativity, Invention and Innovation Competition;
      • Medical
      • Industry
      • Environment
      • Instrumentation
      • Safety
      • Food/Agriculture

    Competition Rules & Regulations

    • The project must be in accordance with the theme of the competition.
    • The Idea of the project must be original and not plagiarism.
    • Supporting tools for presentation are allowed with any other materials.
    • Adaptation of improving existing products can be accepted if the improvement is totally new.
    • The idea of the project must be original and never commercialized, displayed or forwarded to the manufacturing sector.
  • Awards
    Students who have shown remarkable and outstanding presentation in his/her ideas of researches, creativity, invention and innovation will receive recognition as follows;
    • Best Oral Presentation Awards
    • Best Poster Presentation Awards
    • Best Creativity, Invention and Innovation Awards
  • Presentation format
    • Oral Presentation

      Abstract/Paper Formatting: For the main text of your submission, please use:

      • Times New Roman 10 pt. font, black
      • Single line spacing
      • APA 6th style for referencing
      Selected papers will be published in SCOPUS indexed journal.

       

      Full Papers: Feature significant theoretical reviews, research studies in areas of nuclear related technology. Full Paper submissions are a maximum of 6 pages, including references.

      Find a template for Full Paper submission here

      File Types: Submissions can be made in Microsoft Word, RT or OpenOffice Document file format.

      Registration: Submitters agree that if their work if accepted, at least one author will register during the registration period and present the accepted work at 10ICI Student Mini Conference.

      Oral Presentation

      • 15 min presentation + 5 min Q&A
      • Screen format: 4:3
    • Poster Presentation
      One poster size 80 cm x 120cm
    • Student Creativity, Invention and Innovation Competition
      One poster size 80 cm x 120 cm
      Each participant will be allocated with the back panel and one desk.
  • Submission Procedure
    All submissions must be made via https://mcimalaysia.eventsair.com/10ici/abs-sub-msc.
    The deadline for all submissions is midnight on 30th September 2019 (Monday).
    For more information about submissions or using the submission system, please email the Student Mini-Conference Committee at julia@nuclearmalaysia.gov.my.
  • Fees
    RM50 is charged for each participation to cover tea breaks, lunch and miscellaneous items.

    Payment options:
    Payment can be made via
    1. Bank Transfer
    2. Cheque
    3. Telegraphic Transfer

    Company Cheque (for Malaysians only), Bank Transfer (for Malaysian only) and Telegraphic Transfer are to be made to the Conference bank account. The Conference bank account detail is as below:

    Bank Name : RHB Islamic Bank Berhad
    Account Number : 2140 13600 18090
    Account Name: MCI Malaysia (10th ICI)
    Swift Code: RHBAMYKL
    Bank Address: 19-A-1-1 & 19A-1-2, UOA Centre, 19 Jalan Pinang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

  • Key dates
    Call for papers Open
    Call for papers closure 30th September 2019
    Notifications to be sent to authors 15th October 2019
    Authors advice on if they accept/decline offer 31st October 2019
    Authors and participants registration deadline 30th November 2019
    10ICI Student Mini-Conference 5th February 2020