RESEARCH PAPER COMPETITION
STEM Education Organization for Cambodia announces the first research paper competiton for undergraduate students.
We invite every undergraduate student to submit research papers in STEM fields.
University students in Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths or Education departments are encouraged to write a research paper or review about their field of study.
The winning manuscripts will receive recognition on web site and authors will have a right to present their research in the 13th STEM Cambodia Festival (29-30 April 2017).
First Place – $200
Second Place – $150
Third Place – $100
STEMC announces its first Student Research Contest.
This contest provides a forum for students to develop their research skills and publish their results.
Before you submit your manuscript, read the instructions below in addition to the information provided on manuscript requirements*.
“Title of paper – STEM Education Organization for Cambodia”
If you do not follow the general guidelines and requirements outlined below, your manuscript will not be accepted.
1. Title page and Abstract
The title page must include authors’ name, institution affiliation, (if exists) faculty advisor name, email address, and an abstract no longer than 250 words. Abstract will written on the title page.
The number of authors is limited to 3. Additional contributions may be attributed in the Acknowledgments section of the manuscript.
Provide up to 10 key words.
This section identifies sources of any support for the work being published. If there are no such acknowledgments, we will assume that you received no such support. In addition, this section lists donors of equipment or supplies, technical assistance, and other important contributions from individuals who do not qualify for authorship.
Also the link of YouTube video must be given in this part.
Give references in the same order with the text. Number each reference in the related part of the text. Here are some examples for the reference format:
Crosley, L.M. (1988). The architects’ guide to computer-aided-design. Toronto: John Wiley & Sons.
Essinger, J. (1991, May 28). Just another tool of your trade. Accountancy 108, pp. 91-125.
Armstrong, P. and Keevil, S. (1991). Magnetic resonance imaging-2: Clinical uses. British Medical Journal 303(2), 105-109.
World Wide Web Address
Austin, A. (1996) http://wwwcsif.cs.ucdavis.edu/~austina/cai.html.