Sumbission of abstracts


Prospective authors are invited to submit an abstract online (200 to 500 words without any figures, equations, tables, photos, references, etc.). After evaluation and acceptance, successful authors are invited to submit full text papers including tables, figures and references. Full text papers (pdf only) will be accepted by the online submission system. All submitted articles must report original, previously unpublished research results, experimental or theoretical. Articles submitted to the conference must meet these criteria and must not be under consideration for publication elsewhere. Manuscripts must follow the style of the conference and are subject to both review and editing.

To submit an abstract/paper to SASEC2015, please follow the following steps:

  1. Please register the paper with your profile and e-mail address by logging on to
  2. Choose a track (either an oral presentation or a poster). You can only select the "Keynote paper" track if you were specifically invited to present a keynote paper and were provided with a password. (Student track will open on 15 October 2014).
  3. Input the title of the paper in the block and use the format: The Heat Transfer in the Transitional Flow Regime of Enhanced Tubes (note the Capital Letters of the first letter of every word).
  4. Type in the abstract (first type it in Word and please check your spelling and then copy and paste it into this block). This abstract is going to be used in the Conference Abstract Book so please make sure it is correct (especially after submitting the final paper). The abstract is limited to a minimum of 200 words and a maximum of 500 words and must include the background, problem, purpose of study, methodology and most important results and conclusions.
  5. Then select the ONE topic area(s) your paper falls under best. Contact the conference chair if your topic area is not listed.
  6. Click the Submit button.
  7. An email is sent to your registered email address indicating the status of your submitting process.

Full-length manuscript

The format in the template should be used for the full-length manuscript. Download the template. The full-length manuscripts MUST be submitted as a PDF file and should be limited to a maximum length of six pages. Keynote papers are limited to a maximum length of 15 pages.

Maximum number of papers

The maximum number of papers a paying author may submit is two. Between two paying authors, four papers may be submitted.

Modifications to this page

30 March 2014 created

26 April 2014: editorial changes

9 August 2014: move deadlines to another page and revise rules for the number of authors