Call for Papers

Many thanks to the authors from SEA region and certain parts of the world who have

submitted their papers to the meetings.

 

Acceptances of abstracts for the oral presentations will be sent out to authors by email.

 

The purpose of the 7th SEAAN Meeting, SEAYAC Meeting and History and Heritage in SEA Astronomy Meeting is to bring together people working in the fields of astronomy and astrophysics research and education from the entire SEA region and certain parts of the world to enable them to share research results and exchange their experience.

When submitting an oral presentation, you will be required to submit an abstract.

 

Please, at this stage only submit an abstract; a pdf file, containing your complete paper, will be requested after the meeting(s) end.

 

Presentation Types : Oral Presentation only

 

Review Criteria:

Depending on the format and type of proposal, it will be reviewed by the members of the SOC of the meeting you’re attending, from countries that are different to those of the authors, according to the criteria described in the following. The decision about the acceptance will be announced till October 16, 2015.

 

Review criteria for oral presentations

An empirical paper is the one that employs quantitative, qualitative, or mixed methods to scientifically investigate a problem related to astronomy and astrophysics in order to obtain data and findings and eventually offer solution(s) for the problem under investigation.

 

1. Title fully represents the study.

2. Abstract briefly explains the theoretical/conceptual framework.

3. Abstract clearly explains the rationale and the need for the study (i.e. describes the status of current literature and the contribution(s) of this paper).

4. Abstract explains the aim and the research problem/question.

5. Abstract explains the methods and the participants.

6. Abstract presents findings and results.

7. Abstract gives a conclusion.

8. Abstract gives discussion and implications.

 

Reviewer’s overall impression about the proposal

If you are submitting a theoretical paper abstract

1. Title fully represents the paper.

2. Abstract briefly explains the theoretical/conceptual framework.

3. Abstract clearly explains the rationale and the need for the paper (i.e. describes the status of current literature and the contribution(s) of this paper).

4. Abstract explains the aim and the main question.

5. Abstract presents notable ideas.

6. Abstract gives a conclusion.

7. Abstract gives discussion and implications.

8. Reviewer’s overall impression about the proposal

 

If you are submitting an abstract to present an international/national/regional project, or practical ideas, etc.

1. Title is brief and informative.

2. Abstract briefly explains the purposes.

3. Abstract clearly explains the rationale and the need for the paper (i.e. describes the status of current literature and the contribution(s) of this paper).

4. Abstract explains the achievements obtained by the project or idea being presented.

5. Abstract gives a conclusion.

6. Abstract gives discussion and implications.

7. Reviewer’s overall impression about the proposal

The reviewers are encouraged to give as much feedback as possible in order for the author(s) to improve their proposals and presentations.

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