Open Science Research Excellence

London, United Kingdom
April 23 - 24, 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 : Eva Happ
1OralDigitalisation in Tourism: An Investigative Study on the Use of Online Marketing Tools and Methods on the Hungarian Market
Hungary

2OralHearing the Voice of the Child in Child Protection Processes
United Kingdom

3OralNarratives of Social Work Practice and Education in Sweden: Methodological Considerations.
Sweden

4OralThe Effect of Family Support on Employee Satisfaction and Perception of Work-Family Conflict: The Case of Oil Sector Employees in Kuwait
Kuwait

5OralTax Neutrality of Participating Banks in Morocco
Morocco

6OralImpact of Mergers on Stock Prices and Economic Value Added of the Acquiring Firms
India

7OralDoes Malaysian Sovereign Sukuk Market Offer Portfolio Diversification Opportunities for African Fixed Income Investors? A Wavelet and Multivariate-Garch Analyses.
Nigeria

8OralThe Stories of Hi-Tec's Persons Who Chose to Be Novice Teachers as a Second Professional Career
Israel

9OralTeachers' Disability Disclosure: A Multiple Perspective
Israel

10Oral'Just like Everybody Else': Disability Identity Conflicts among Children with Disabilities
Israel

11OralMapping of the Built Environment. The Role of Out-Of-Sight Experiences
Poland

12OralDecoding a Visually Impaired Visitor’s Perception in Heritage Sites : A Phenomenological Study
India

13OralDisability and Public Perceptions: The Representation of Disabled Characters in Indian English Novels
India

14OralMigration and Disability: Immigrant Parents’ Experiences on the Transition to Adulthood for Young Immigrant Adults with Disability in Norway
Norway

15OralThe Implementation of the Competency-Based Curriculum and Standards Education Systems in Kuwait and Qatar
Kuwait

16OralChallenges in the Attainment of Qualitative University Education in Nigeria: A Case Study on Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka
Nigeria

17OralInternal Migration and Women's Empowerment: An Analysis of Recent Patterns in Bangladesh
Bangladesh

18OralAesthetic Techniques and the Gendered Body: Towards a Narrative in the 'Expanded Field' of Post-Digital and Post-Human Condition. Case Study: Video-Performance, Wordmord by Vassiliea Stylianidou
Greece

SESSION 2
Chair : Karen Ya-Chu Yang
19OralExercise and Sport in Women’s Speculative Fiction
Taiwan

20OralThe Game of Petyr Baelish: Does Trait Mindfulness Moderating the Effect of Envy toward Deception within Negotiation?
Indonesia

21OralAm I Better Off? The Role of Trait Self-Control as Moderator on the Effect of Envy toward Deception within Negotiation
Indonesia

SESSION 3
Chair : Ezekiel Nnadi
22PosterTourism Development and Floating Garden in Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar
Japan

23OralEvaluating Material Waste in Nigerian Construction Industry and Its Control Measures amid Economic Recession
Nigeria

24OralAn Analysis on Global Climate Change and the International Laws and Policies to Mitigate the Issue
India

25OralMedicinal and Commercial Uses of Ostrich Products in Tanzania
Tanzania, United Republic Of

26OralStatus, Distribution and Habitat Assessment of Red Panda Ailurus fulgens in Rara National Park and its Buffer Zone
Nepal

27OralAnalysis of Influence of Organic Compounds from Automobile Mechanical Workshop on Water Quality: Case Study of Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria.
Nigeria

28PosterPresence-Dependent Binary Similarity Measures for Pairwise Label Comparisons
Poland

29PosterComparative Analysis of Relational and Non-Relational Data Models for in-Memory Databases
Poland

30OralStudy of Micro Filler Effect on Electrical Behaviour of Epoxy Insulator Using Artificial Neural Network
Egypt

31OralEfficiency Enhancement of Photovoltaic Panels Using an Optimised Air Cooled Heat Sink
Kuwait

32OralDiscrete Element Simulations of Composite Ceramic Powders
France

33OralTaguchi Based Optimization Machining Parameters During Machining of Berliyium Copper Alloys for Better Surface Finish
India

34OralA New Coherent Security Strategy for a Non-Life Insurance Company
Morocco

35PosterAdenoid Cystic Carcinoma Lung: Diagnosis by Fine Needle Aspiration Biopsy Cytology
India

36OralVaccine Ensilication to Remove the Cold Chain Dependence for Transport and Storage of Vaccines
United Kingdom

37OralThe Need for Research to Improve Accessibility to Prosthetic Technology and Services in Low-and Middle-Income Countries
Norway

38OralEpigenetic Modifications In Oral Cancer
United States

39OralHealth Gains and Financial Risk Protection Afforded by Public Financing of Selected Malaria Interventions in Ethiopia: an Extended Cost-Effectiveness Analysis
Ethiopia

SESSION 4
Chair : Trabelsi Sameh
40PosterUplc-Ms/Ms Method for the Simultaneous Quantification of Ledipasvir, Sofosbuvir and Its Metabolite in Human Plasma
Tunisia

41PosterRelationship between Vancomycin Trough Concentration and 24 Hour Area under the Curve Concentration in Tunisian Patients
Tunisia

42OralPolymer Translocation through a Nanopore under a Pulling Force: a 3d Langevin Dynamics Simulation Study
Ethiopia

43OralKYAMOS Multiphysics Software
Cyprus

44OralPlasma-Assisted Decomposition of Cyclohexane in a Dielectric Barrier Discharge Reactor
United Kingdom

45OralReview of Prevalent Case Studies for Software Testing Research
India

46PosterThe Impact of Human Activities on Biodiversity Conservation in a Tropical Ecosystem in Nigeria
Nigeria

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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