Open Science Research Excellence

Sydney, Australia
January 30 - 31, 2020


DAY 1: PHYSICAL PROGRAM Physical Program is only a venue-based program. It includes the conference communications (proceedings abstracts and papers) that must be orally presented at the conference venue. Attendance at the venue is required for conference registration and participation. DAY 2: DIGITAL PROGRAM Digital Program is an online only program. It includes the conference communications (proceedings abstracts and papers) that are digitally available on the conference proceedings CD. Attendance at the venue is not required.
Presentation Program
Conference Program

Scholarly Program Remarks

The International Research Conference is a federated organization dedicated to bringing together a significant number of diverse scholarly events for presentation within the conference program. Events will run over a span of time during the conference depending on the number and length of the presentations.




SESSION 1
Chair : Ja-Young Moon
1PosterEstablishment of Two Reporter Systems to Monitor Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress and Their Applications to Screen Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress Regulators
Korea, Republic Of

2OralEvaluation of Polymerisation Shrinkage of Randomly Oriented Micro-Sized Fibre Reinforced Dental Composites Using Fibre-Bragg Grating Sensors and Their Correlation with Degree of Conversion
Australia

3OralHigh-Throughput Screening and Selection of Electrogenic Microbial Communities Using Single Chamber Microbial Fuel Cells Based on 96-Well Plate Array
Japan

4OralHigh Prevalence of Asymptomatic Dengue among Healthy Adults in Southern Malaysia: A Longitudinal Prospective Study
Malaysia

5OralContribution of Family Planning Effort to Demographic and Macroeconomic Outcomes in High Fertility Countries: A Longitudinal Study
Australia

6OralDemographic Dividend Explained by Infrastructure Costs of Population Growth Rate, Distinct from Age Dependency
Australia

7OralAdoption of Postpartum Family Planning: Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices of Women in Banyumas, Central Java, Indonesia
Indonesia

8OralThe Effects of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation and Exercise on Cognition and Motor in Patients with Chronic Stroke
India

9OralMolecular Characterization of Arginine Sensing Response in Unravelling Host-Pathogen Interactions in Leishmania
India

10OralProviders' Perspectives of Socio-Cultural and Health Service Challenges Related to Postpartum Family Planning in Alexandria, Egypt
Egypt

11OralContribution of Socio-Demographic Inequality to the Non-Use of Contraceptive Methods in India, 2005-06, 2015-16
India

12OralNeonatal Mortality in India: A Closer Look at the Past Decade
India

13OralPost Sterilization Regret among Women in India: Evidence from Large Scale Survey
India

14OralVisual Requirements of Children in Malaysian Modern Primary School Classrooms
Malaysia

15OralA Total Market Approach to Family Planning in India: Reaffirming India’s Need for Social Marketing
India

16OralFp Life Stages Model: Re-Presenting Contraception within the Family Planning Continuum in India
India

17PosterFactors Affecting Contraceptive Utilization in Myanmar Youth Migrants in Samutsakhon Province, Thailand
Thailand

18OralVoter Identification and Mobilization in Rural Communities as an Effective Means of Policy Change
United States

SESSION 2
Chair : Natasha Yasmin Felles
19OralReproductive Health: Methods, Gestational Age, and Reason Bans to Limit Abortion Access
United States

20OralPost-Abortion Family Planning as a Method of Reducing Unwanted Pregnancies and Improving Health Outcomes
United States

21PosterFifteen Months Journey of Promoting Srhr Information and Services via Social Media in Myanmar
Myanmar

22OralPsychological Intervention for Partners Poststroke: A Case Study
United Kingdom

23OralMedicinal Plants Used in Traditional Health Care Practices in Talwandi Sabo, Bathinda, Punjab, India
India

24OralIncreasing the Availability of Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptive Services in Cambodian Public Health Facilities by Strengthening Three Existing Government Processes
Cambodia

25OralLow Contraceptive Utilization among Young Married Women Is Associated with Individual and Social Factors in Rural Ethiopia: Application of the Integrative Behavioral Model
Ethiopia

26OralReaching out to Young Married Couples for Contraceptive Use
Pakistan

27OralKnowledge and Practice of Family Planning among Rural Women in Ogun State, South West Nigeria.
Nigeria

SESSION 3
Chair : Gayathri G
28PosterThe Effect of Manure Loaded Biochar on Soil Microbial Communities
Canada

29OralDevelopment and Evaluation of a Calcium Rich Plant-Based Supplement on Bone Turnover of Peri and Post Menopausal Women
India

30PosterBiofortification of Zinc and Iron by Fertilizer Application and Variety Selection
Bangladesh

31PosterApplication of Calcium Carbonate in Beef Cattle Livestock Farming in Accordance to Eggshells Productions of Egg Farms
Iran, Islamic Republic Of

32OralPoor Baby! The Woes of American Men: The History of Men’S Rights Movements
United States

33OralDefending Indigenous Working Urban Spaces Trough Visual Activism in Quito
United States

34PosterEffect of Porous Multi-layer Envelope System on Effective Wind Pressure of Building Ventilation
Taiwan

35OralRediscovery of Important Elements Contributing to Cultural Interchange Values Made during Restoration of Khanpur Gate
India

36PosterSupramolecular Cocrystals of Diacerein: Characterization and Evaluation
India

37PosterCocrystal of Mesalamine for Enhancement of Its Biopharmaceutical Properties, Utilizing Supramolecular Chemistry Approach
India

38OralDIFFICULTIES FACING STUDENTS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE CONVERSATION
Saudi Arabia

39OralCellular Automata Model for Coreference Resolution in Computational Linguistics
India

40OralAssessing the Quality of Teaching and Learning in the English Language Program at King Khalid University
Saudi Arabia

41OralEnhancing Student Learning Experience Online through Collaboration with Pre-Service Teachers
Australia

42OralE-Training as a Solution for Improving Local Talents and Local Smes to Be More Competitive Globally in Indonesia
Australia

43OralBig Classes, Bigger Ambitions: A Participatory Approach to the Multiple-Choice Exam
Canada

44Oral‘One Life, One Sport and One Art’: Extra-Curricular Music Making in Hong Kong Middle Schools
Hong Kong

45OralSchool-Based 'Flexis' Increase School Connectedness for Disengaged Learners
Australia

SESSION 4
Chair : Aliyu Tambuwal Umar
46OralNumerical Simulation of Fracturing Behaviour of Pre-Cracked Crystalline Rock Using a Cohesive Grain-Based Distinct Element Model
Australia

47OralAn Investigation of the Temporal and Spatial Characteristics of Temperature over Nigeria, 1941-2018
Nigeria

48OralChemical Leaching of Metals from Landfill’S Fine Fraction
Lithuania

49PosterThe Future of Climate Change & Society
United States

50OralTransformative Technologies That Beneficially Address the Climate Change Challenge: A Review and Appraisal
United States

51OralClimate Change and Livelihoods: The Case of the Kariba Redd+ Project in Hurungwe District, Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe

52PosterAn Appraisal of Issues Faced by Manufacturing Companies When Selecting an Enterprise Resource Planning System
Australia

53PosterErgonomic, Mobile, and Portable Design of Fish Smoke Machine on Motorcycle
Indonesia

54OralThe Knowledge Management of Ministry of Public Health: The Lao People’s Democratic Republic
Thailand

55OralQuantifying Enterprise Coherence – a Design Based Comparison of Calculation Methods
Netherlands

56OralDelivery System of Public Service in India: Special Focus on Right to Service Act, 2011
India

57OralThe Application of Hip-Hop Therapy in a Forensic Setting
Australia

58OralBarclays Bank Zambia: Considerations for Raft Foundation Design in Dolomitic Conditions
South Africa

59OralThe Benefits of Using New Food Waste Management Methods over the Old Ones
China

60OralSeismic Assessment of Passive Control Steel Structure with Modified Parameter of Oil Damper
Japan

61PosterEffect of Compaction and Degree of Saturation on the Unconsolidated Undrained Shear Strength of Sandy Clay
Australia

62OralRegioselective Nucleophilic Substitution of the Baylis-Hillman Adducts with Iodine
Pakistan

63OralRelationship between Functional Properties and Supramolecular Structure of the Poly(Trimethylene 2,5-Furanoate) Based Multiblock Copolymers with Aliphatic Polyethers or Aliphatic Polyesters
Poland

SESSION 5
Chair : Izabela Irska
64PosterModification of Aliphatic-Aromatic Copolyesters with Polyether Block for Segmented Copolymers with Elastothemoplastic Properties
Poland

PROGRAM GUIDELINES 1.GUIDE FOR ORAL AND e-POSTER PRESENTATIONS We kindly ask ORAL presenters to prepare electronic presentations of 15 minutes (allowing 5 minutes for discussions) and e-POSTER presenters to prepare short electronic presentations of 5 minutes (allowing 5 minutes for discussions) (NO PRINT OUTS). A Linux-based operating system is used for both Oral and e-Poster presentations. All presenters should make a PDF file version of their presentation and upload it to the system. 2. PRESENTATION SET UP Laptop Computer, Projector, USB Flash Drive (No CD Drive), MS. PowerPoint/AcrobatReader 3. SYSTEM SECURITY ALERT As many delegates insert their USB devices into the laptop computer provided for the presentations, we cannot avoid Cyber/Computer viruses. You are kindly advised to bring a USB Flash Drive containing ONLY your .ppt, .ptx or .pdf presentation file or risk other files being corrupted or made permanently inaccessible. 4. ROLE OF THE SESSION CHAIR The duties of the Session Chair include the following: 1. Arrive at the conference hall at least 10 minutes before the session begins. Identify the paper presenters and discussant(s) in advance, and introduce yourself. Remind each presenter of the time limits that apply, and describe the method you will use to alert them of time limits during the actual presentation. 2. At the start of the session, introduce yourself to the audience, announce the session/title, and offer a brief overview indicating how the papers are related. 3. Prior to each presentation, introduce the speaker, announce the paper’s title, the name(s) of the author(s), and provide brief comments regarding the affiliation and/or background of each presenter. Identify the individual who will be speaking if it is someone other than the first author. 4. During the presentations enforce time limits strictly so that no author (or audience member) monopolizes someone else’s time. Oral paper presentations each have 20 minutes (15 minutes for full presentation papers, 5 minutes for discussions), and 10 minutes for e-Poster (electronic poster) presentations (5 minutes for poster presentation, 5 minutes for discussions). 5. Once presentations are complete (oral paper presentations and e-Poster presentations), the remaining time can be used for informal discussion between the audience and session participants. It is your job to field questions from the audience. 6. Try to conduct the session as informally as possible (e.g., use first names when addressing participants and members of the audience) to encourage as much audience participation as possible. 5. BEST PAPER AWARDS / BEST PRESENTATION AWARDS A 'Best Paper Award / Best Presentation Award' will be conferred on the author(s) of an abstract or a full paper presented at the conference. Selection is made based on the best combined marks of the abstract / paper review and presentation quality appraisal conducted by the Session Chair at the conference venue, and assessed by the Program Committee. Award winners will be announced after the conference. The author(s) of a selected paper/presentation will receive a signed and stamped official Best Paper Award / Best Presentation Award e-certificate.

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