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Title of Research Project

Name of Author(s)

E-mail

School, Country

1. INTRODUCTION

In the introduction, you can briefly write the background of your research. It is important that you only share the most important and relevant information in this chapter that is necessary to understand your research. Aim for short, concise, but understandable wording and a logical structure.

The abstract must be saved and submitted in PDF format. The language of Abstract is English. The abstract can be a maximum of one A4 page (210 × 297 mm).

The abstract font is Garamond. Set all margins to 1.5 cm wide, except the left margin, which is 2.5 cm. Do not indent the first line of text in each paragraph. It is sufficient to leave 6 pt line spacing between paragraphs.

2. AIMS

In this chapter, describe briefly and concisely, but in an understandable way, what was your motivation and the aims of your research.

3. METHODS AND MATERIALS

In this chapter, you can introduce your measuring setup, your experiments. Strive for accurate description of measurements and data evaluation methods.

Place and number the formulas as follows:

                                  F=m.a                               (1)

where F is force, m is mass and a is acceleration. Please use widely accepted symbols, abbreviations and units (SI, International System of Units).

Images should be in the centre of the column (or a page, if the size of the image requires it). Ensure that each figure has a caption. The figure caption should be located below the figure. Use the [Figure] Style for the figure caption.

              Figure 1.  The structure of the atom.

4. RESULTS

In this chapter, you should present the results obtained during your research. You can use diagrams and tables to

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display your results. The diagrams should be entered in the same way as the figures.

In the case of tables, the caption should be located above the table. Use the [Table] Style found in Word.

Table 1.   Dissolved oxygen, pH and electrical conductivity of water samples.

 

 

In case of diagrams and other type of figure, you can use [Figure] Style for the figure caption.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                 Figure 2.  Diagram.

5. DISCUSSION

This should explore the significance of the results of the work, not repeat them. A combined Results and Discussion section is often appropriate.

6. CONCLUSIONS

The main conclusions of the study may be presented in a short Conclusions section, which may stand alone or form a subsection of a Discussion or Results and Discussion section.

7. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

8. REFERENCES

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