1st International Conference on Health, Agriculture and Environmental Sciences (ICHAES- 2018), Bangkok, Thailand

DATE: 2018-05-05 - 2018-05-06

VENUE: Eastin Hotel Makkasan, Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand

Welcome to ICHAES-2018

The Global Academy of Health and Life Sciences (GAHLS) has arranged the ‘1st International Conference on Health, Agriculture and Environmental Sciences (ICHAES – 2018)’ to be held on 5th & 6th of May, 2018 in Bangkok, Thailand. Researchers, scientists, scholars, engineers and practitioners are welcome to attend the conference, which is themed: ‘Health and Life Sciences for 21st Century’. The conference will cover every topic from the areas of Health, Life Sciences, Agriculture and Environment Sciences. We expect attendees and participants from around the globe to present and share their ongoing research activities. The conference will provide opportunities for delegates to exchange application experiences and new ideas face-to-face, and establish business or research relations as well as find global partners for future collaboration.

All full paper /abstract submissions will be peer-reviewed and evaluated, based on originality, technical and/or research content/depth, correctness, relevance to the conference, contributions and readability. One Best Presentation Award for each subject area will be announced at the end of the event.

All the accepted papers of ICHAES – 2018 will be published in the online conference proceedings, and will include a valid International ISBN number. In addition, the proceedings will be indexed with other major authorities. A hardcopy of the Abstract Booklet will be given to every author during the conference.

English is the official language of the conference. We welcome paper / abstract submissions. Prospective authors are invited to submit full (and original research) papers or abstracts (which is NOT submitted or published or under consideration anywhere in other conferences/journal) in electronic (i.e., DOC) format along with the contact information.

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF ICHAES- 2018:

  • Create an international forum to gather, discuss and exchange the latest academic /industry researches on all fields of health, life sciences, agriculture and environmental sciences.
  • Provide the ideal opportunity to bring together academics, researchers, graduate and post-graduate students of different disciplines to discuss new issues and discover the most recent developments in the above-mentioned areas.
  • Share best practices and promote international partnerships and cooperation among lecturers and professionals from around the world.

Conference Committee

Prof. Hitoshi TANAKA

Tokushima University, Japan

Prof. Yuei-An Liou

National Central University, Taiwan

Prof. Mariam Gaidamashvili

Tbilisi State University, Georgia

Prof. Dr. Biley Temanel

Isabela State University, Philippines

Prof. Yuli Lin

Chung Hua University, Taiwan

Review Committee

Assoc. Prof. Michele Rosano

Curtin University, Australia

Assoc. Prof. Nelfianty binti Mohd Rasyid

Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Malaysia

Assoc. Prof. Halimatus Sakdiah Minhat

Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia

Asst. Prof. Yu Meng

Kean University, USA

Assoc. Prof. Shyam S. Kurup

United Arab Emirates University, UAE

Dr. Causenge Cangin

James Medison University, USA

Dr. Saw Bawm

Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan

Dr. Mario C. Nierras

Naval State Uuniversity-Biliran Campus, Philippines

Dr. Ngoc Thuan Le

Hanoi University of Natural resources and Environment, Vietnam

Dr. Chunliang Liu

Pennsylvania State University, United States

Dr. Young K. Chang

Dalhousie University , Canada

En Mohammad Amizi Bin Ayob

University Malaysia Kelantan, Malaysia

Call for Papers

The ‘1st International Conference on Health, Agriculture and Environmental Sciences (ICHAES – 2018)’ will be the premier forum for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of theoretical, experimental and applied Health, Life Sciences, Agriculture and Environmental Sciences. The conference will bring together leading researchers, academics, consultants, scholars, practitioners and research students from their respective domains of interest around the world. Our distinguished participants will have the opportunity to present their valuable research contributions and to establish an international network among those who volunteer to communicate and study together in the fields of knowledge mentioned above. The conference committee strongly encourages postgraduate research students to present their research proposals, literature reviews or findings at this event with a very special registration fees. Other interested parties and delegations from these fields are also welcome to attend this event.

All submissions will be peer reviewed and evaluated, based on originality, technical and/or research content/depth, accuracy, relevance to the conference and readability. Submissions will be chosen based on technical merit, interest, applicability, and how well they fit into a coherent and balanced technical program.

Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:

Scope of Health Sciences:

Aging, Analytical Chemistry, Biochemistry, Child Health, Community Health, Counselling, Dentistry, Dietetics, Disabilities, Disease Prevention, Environmental Health, Epidemiology, Ethnicity, Evidence Based Practice Resources, Family Health, Fitness Programs, Food Policy, Family Medicine, Forensic Science, Genomics, Healthcare Quality, Health & Gender, Health Curriculum, Health Education, Health Promotion, Health & Nutrition, Health Technologies,   Hygienic Chemistry, Health & Physiology, Health & Poverty, Infant Health, Kinesiology, Life Expectancy,  Multimedia Resources, Medicine, Microorganisms,  Molecular Biology,  Nursing, Occupational Health and Safety, Pharmacology, Psychiatry and Mental Health, Pharmacy, Physical Therapies,  Pollutants, Psychology, Public Health, Public Health Policy, Rehabilitation Therapy, Resources for Health Sciences Research, Race, Regenerative Medicine, Rural Health, Social Work, Socio-Economic Differences, Spirituality & Health, Sports Science,  Toxic Chemicals,   Toxicology, Urbanization, Wellness.

Scope of Life Sciences:

Agricultural Sciences, Apiculture, Aquaculture, Behavioral Biology, Biochemistry, Biocomputers, Biocontrol, Biodiversity and Conservation, Biodynamics, Bioinformatics, Biology, Biomaterials, Biomechanics, Biomedical science, Biomonitoring, Biopharmaceutics, Biophysics, Biopolymers, Biotechnology, Botany, Cell Biology, Chemistry, Computational Neuroscience, Conservation Biology, Cytology, Developmental Biology, Ecology, Environmental Impact Assessment, Environmental Science, Endocrinology, Entomology, Ethology, Evolutionary Biology, Evolutionary Genetics, Fisheries, Food and Nutrition, Food Science & Technology, Genetics, Genomics & Proteomics, Health Sciences, Horticulture, Immuno-genetics, Immunology, Immunobiology, Immunotherapy, Limnology, Marine Biology, Marine Science, Medical Devices, Medical Imaging, Medical Sciences, Microbiology, Molecular Biology, Neuroscience, Neurobiology, Novel Drug Delivery, Oncology, Optometry, Parasitology, Pest Management, Pharmaceutical Analysis, Pharmaceutics, Pharmacogenomics,  Pharmacognosy, Pharmacology, Physiology, Population Dynamics, Proteomics, Sericulture, Structural Biology, Systems Biology, Taxonomy, Toxicology, Veterinary Sciences, Wild Life & Zoology.

Scope of Agriculture: 

Agricultural Development, Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Engineering, Agricultural Machinery, Agricultural Genomics, Agriculture and Natural Resources Machinery, Agricultural and Natural Resources Power, Agronomy, Agro Industry, Animal Science, Aquaculture / Fisheries, Basic Agriculture, Beef , Biochemistry, Climate Change, Co-Op Agriculture and Natural Resources, Crop Genetics & Breeding, Crop and Vegetable Sciences , Crop Physiology, Earth sciences, Ecosystems, Ecology & Environment, Ecology of Managed and Natural Ecosystems, Entomology, Environmental Technology, Environmental Sciences, Environmental Policy, Farm Management, Food Science and Technology, Food Distribution Management, Forestry, Fruit Science and Viticulture, Fruit Production, Gardening, Geography, Genetic Engineering & Plant Breeding, Geothermal Ecology,  Horticulture, Husbandry, Hydrology, Introduction to Animal Nutrition, Irrigation, Land Use, Landscaping, Livestock Selection and Breeding, Marketing Agricultural Products, Management in Rainfed Areas, Medicinal Plants, Microbial Biotechnology, Microbiology, Natural Resources Power, Organic Agriculture, Phytomedicine, Physiology & Biochemistry, Plant Biochemistry, Plant Biotechnology, Plant Genomics, Plant Molecular Biology, Plant Protection, Plant-Microbe Interactions, Plant Pathology, Plant Science, Poultry Science, Post-Harvest Technology, Rainwater Harvesting and Crop Water, Rural Development, Seed Science Research, Sheep and Pork Production, Soil & Fertilization, Soil Conservation, Soil Science, Sustainable Agriculture, Sustainable Environmental, Theoretical Production Ecology, Tillage & Cultivation, Vegetable Gardening, Veterinary Science, Weed Biology, Water Management, Waste Management, Zoo-technics.

Scope of Environmental Sciences: 

Advanced Marine Research, Air Pollution and its Effects on Ecosystems, Applied Thermodynamics and Eco-Informatics, Biodiversity, Bio-energy, Bioremediation (Water and Soil), Brownfields, Cleaner Energy Systems, Climate and Global Change, Climate and Biodiversity, Coasts and Seas, Cogeneration Systems, Combined Heat and Power Systems, Combustion and Gasification, Computational and Applied Mathematics for Energy, Cost reduction and Less Emission, Design and Nature, Development and Ecosystems, Development and Environment, Distributed Generation Systems, Distributed Generation, Economic and Efficient Energy Systems, Ecosystem Management (Land and Forest), Electrochemistry, Electrolysis, Embedded Generation, Energy Conservation and Generation, Energy and Environment Audit, Energy Conservation in Industry, Energy Storage, Energy Technology Transfer, Environment and Sustainable Development, Environmental Biology and Microbiology, Environment, Environmental Impact Assessment,  Environmental Risk Assessment and Management, Environmental Policy, Environmental Chemistry, Environmental Management, Environmental Risk, Feasibility Analysis, Fuel Cells, Forestation, Global Change, Governance, Green Buildings, Green Transportation, Hydrides, Hydrogen Energy Production, Impact on Society, Indoor Air Quality in Offices and Houses, Industrial Gas Turbines and Microturbines, International Strategy for Energy, Landscapes, Materials Chemistry, Marine and coastal Environment Pollution and Management, Mathematical Biology, Natural Resources Management, Nuclear Energy and Environmental Protection, Oceanographic Laser Remote Sensing, Petroleum & Natural Gas Engineering, Pollution Management and Control (Air, Water and Soil), Quality of Water, Recovery of Damaged Areas, Refurbishment Investment Appraisal, Renewable Energy Systems, Research on Natural Hazards, Science and the Humanities, Simulation, Socio-economic and Infrastructure Issues, Socio-economic Aspects of Energy, Soil and Agricultural Issues, Solar Energy Systems, storage and Transmission, Strategic Management, Sustainability Indicators, Sustainable Agriculture Management, Sustainable Management, Sustainable Marine Ecosystems, Sustainable Process Model, Systems Theory for Environment and Ecosystems, The City of Tomorrow and Cultural Heritage, The Economy and Employment, Thermodynamics of Ecosystems, Urban Design and Cultural Heritage, Urban Environment Management, Wind Energy and Wind Resources, Waste Management.

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Author Guidelines

Paper / abstract submission should be original contributions and should not be under consideration for any other conference or publication at the same time. Full papers must contain the title of the paper, name(s) and affiliation(s) of the author(s), abstract (200–250 words) and keywords (3–5 keywords, organised alphabetically). The main text of the paper must include the introduction, research problem, review of the relevant literature, methods, data analysis and conclusion. The full paper should be a minimum of 6 pages and maximum of 12 pages in length.

The reviewers or the review committee may sometimes request access to data and calculations during the review process. Authors must be willing to supply these if requested. Papers must be in MS Word file format and submitted electronically to the conference committee.

Authors are fully responsible for obtaining permissions and clearing any copyright issues relating to the content of their submissions. Each submission will be reviewed by two anonymous reviewers with sufficient expertise in the relevant field.

For each accepted paper / abstract, at least one author must register for the conference as a presenter. The duly registered presenter(s) shall be allowed to present the accepted paper / abstract at the conference and shall be included in the conference proceedings published by the  Global Academy of Health and Life Sciences (GAHLS). Only the registered presenter(s) can present papers and no substitutes will be allowed. Registered presenters shall receive a copy of the conference proceedings of abstracts at the conference.

Please click on the following link to download the Full Paper Template.

Important Dates

Events

Dates

Abstract submission deadline

16th March 2018

Early bird registration deadline

23rd March 2018

Regular registration deadline

6th April 2018

Full Paper submission deadline (Optional)

20th April 2018

Conference dates

5th & 6th of May 2018

The organising committee of ICHAES- 2018 kindly requests all the authors of the accepted papers / abstracts to register latest by the regular registration deadline, otherwise the accepted paper / abstract may not be included in the conference proceedings for ICHAES- 2018.

Best Paper Awards

GAHLS recognises outstanding contributions to research. There are four Best Papers awards for four streams. Best Papers are judged both on the merits of the written document and on the quality of their presentation at the conference. The awards serve to acknowledge the authors who receive them as leading researchers in Health, Life Sciences, Agriculture and Environmental Sciences. The awards also provide an incentive to authors to produce high-quality papers and present them in a lucid and compelling manner.

GAHLS Best Paper Award recipients are selected through a two-prong process. The first step is a review of the full-length papers accepted for the conference. Review committee members of the conference rank these papers according to quality, relevance and originality, to determine the finalists for each award category. While selection as a finalist for an GAHLS Best Paper Award is a notable achievement in itself, winners are then chosen from the finalists, according to the quality of their presentations.

About Thailand

FACTS ABOUT THAILAND

Geography: Thailand has a land area of around 513 120 square km bordered by Malaysia (South), Myanmar (West and North), Laos (North and Easy) and Cambodia (Southeast).

Climate: Average temperature is about 29 C; humidity from 66% to 82%.

Seasons: Hot (March to May), Rainy (June to October) and Cool (November to February).

Population: Around 63 million, of which 9% live in Bangkok.

Language: Thai is the national language. English is widely spoken in the cities.

Religion: Buddhists 94.2%, Muslim 4.6%, Christian 0.8%, other 0.4%.

Government: A constitutional monarchy with 76 provinces.

National flag: The red, white and blue bands symbolize the nation, Buddhism and the monarchy respectively.

Clothing: Thin cotton is the best. Jackets or sweater may be necessary in a cool season, especially in the mountainous areas on the North or Northeast.

Electricity: 220 volts 50 cycles throughout the country.

Water: Drink only bottled or boiled water.

Local time: GMT + 7 hours.

Business hours: Most offices open from 8:30 am- 5:00 pm, Monday to Friday. General banking hours are Monday to Friday 8:30 am- 3:30 pm.

Major agricultural exports: Rice, tapioca, rubber, maize, pineapples, durians, longings, palm oil and herbs.

Major manufactured exports: Computer and computer accessories, integrated circuit, textiles, electronics, cars and spare parts, gems and jewelry, television and television accessories.

TRAVEL TIPS

Custom

  • Thailand is a Buddhist country where Buddha images are held sacred. Any sacrilegious act is punishable by imprisonment even if committed by foreigner.
  • Thai people hold their King and Queen and the Royal family in great reverence and won’t tolerate foreigners showing disrespect for them.
  • Dress properly when entering a Buddhist temple. Mini skirts and shorts are not allowed. Take your shoes off before going inside of hall.
  • Thai people smile to express their gladness and happiness, to thank for small services and even to excuse small inconveniences.
  • Don’t touch person’s head, nor ruffle his hair.

Currency and Money Exchange

  • You may bring in foreign currencies or any other types of foreign exchange.
  • Thai currency is bath.
  • Major foreign currencies can be exchanged for Thai bath with banks and authorized moneychangers.
  • 1 USD equals approximately 31 baht; 1 Euro buys around 42 baht
  • Cheques and drafts brought in, if the owner wants to sell them must be sold in a bank
  • Major credit cards are also widely accepted in Thailand

Dinning

  • Most Thai food is already cut into small pieces before serving or made soft enough to be cut by spoon or fork; thus knife is not necessary
  • Salt- shakers are rarely found on Thai dinner tables, so add a little caramel- color fish- sauce (called nam- pla in Thai) instead, if you find your food not salty enough
  • English is spoken in large restaurants in tourist provinces and most establishments have menus in Thai and English except street- side food stalls and some small restaurants
  • Beckon waiters with a wave of a hand. Don’t clap, snap fingers or hiss
  • Normally, a tip of 10- 20 baht or 5-10 % of the bill should be left when dinning in a middle or high- class restaurants

Shopping

  • Bargaining is an art long practiced in Asian countries including Thailand. So feel free to ask for a proper discount when shopping in places where prices are not marked
  • Be careful in dealing with sidewalk vendors who may not offer genuine goods ar fair prices
  • Receipts should be obtained for the goods you buy. For jewelry you must get a certificate of guarantee as well
  • Some shops can offer a money- back guarantee but you should determine all the conditions with the shopkeeper beforehand


OTHER USEFUL INFORMATION

Bangkok: Thailand’s capital was established in 1782 by the first king of the Chakri Dynasty, Rama I. The city, with a population of about 10 million, sits on the of the Chao Phraya River some 20 km. North of the Gulf of Thailand. Bangkok is the home of the Thai Royal family, and the centre of government, commerce, banking and transportation

Clothing: Thin cotton is the best. Jackets or sweater may be necessary in a cool season, especially in the mountainous areas on the North or Northeast. Light and loose cotton clothing is recommended, as are hats for sun protection. Sports shirts, sandals and shorts are usually fine, but more formal attire is required for temple visits and business meetings.

Credit Cards: Major credit cards (American Express, Visa, Mastercard and Diners Club) are accepted at most hotels, restaurants, shops, malls and travel agencies. ATMs are also abundant.

Internet: Many hotels provide Internet services, and cyber cafes are plentiful throughout the country.

Postal Service: Post offices are open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. – noon on Saturday. EMS one-day service in Thailand is available, and major international express mail services have offices throughout the kingdom

Restaurants: Thailand has a large number of restaurants throughout the kingdom providing Thai as well as international cuisine. Thai restaurants feature extensive menus of simple and spicy dishes, from fried rice to exotic curries. Though Thais enjoy meals laden with chillies, most restaurants tone down fiery dishes for foreigners. For those with a craving for fast food, internationally known franchises abound in Bangkok, with burgers, fried chicken, pizza and ice cream readily available.

Taxis: Metered taxis are plentiful in Bangkok, with official ones recognizable by their yellow license plates. The meter starts at 35 BAHT, and the fare is 2 BAHT for the first 2 kilometers. Three-wheel tuk-tuks are not metered, and passengers must bargain with the driver. Outside Bangkok, taxis are scarce or non-existent, but most hotels provide some form of transportation service

Telephones: Cell phones are everywhere in Thailand. Handsets may be rented at the airport. For those bringing their own, SIM cards may be purchased to allow users to call within Thailand at local rates. Public phone booths are also plentiful

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Sponsorship

The Global Academy of Health and Life Sciences (GAHLS) always welcomes any kind of sponsorship. GAHLS believes that it is a great opportunity for sponsors to enhance their visibility and to reach academics, researchers, consultants and members of the business community from around the world. In our conference ‘‘1st International Conference on Health, Agriculture and Environmental Sciences (ICHAES – 2018)’ we are expecting delegates from around 20 countries. GAHLS strongly encourages potential sponsors to participate in ICHAES-2018 for the excellent exposure their organisations will receive.

GAHLS offers three different types of sponsoring opportunities as follows:

GOLD Sponsorship

Special Session in Program:

  • A 15-minute special session in front of the full audience to explain your organisation’s unique characteristics.

Branding:

  • The logo of your organisation will be displayed on all ICHAES-2018 websites, newsletters, on the USB of Proceedings and on signage at the venue.

Press Release:

  • A press release, announcing your participation, will be sent to all ICHAES-2018 media and analyst contacts.

E-Newsletters:

  • Presentations will be featured in multiple e-Newsletters distributed to the GAHLS Community.

Conference Dinner and Crest:

  • Every table will have table signage displaying your organisation’s name. You will also receive a crest from the conference chair.

SILVER Sponsorship

Special Session in Program:

  • A 10-minute Technical Partnership presentation focused on corporate technical interests.

Branding:

  • The logo of your organisation will be displayed on all ICHAES-2018 websites, newsletters, on the USB of Proceedings and on signage at the venue.

Press Release:

  • A press release, announcing your participation, will be sent to all ICHAES-2018 media and analyst contacts.

Crest:

  • You will receive a crest from the conference chair.

BRONZE Sponsorship

Branding:

  • The logo of your organisation will be displayed on all ICHAES-2018 websites, newsletters, on the USB of Proceedings and on signage at the venue.

Press Release:

  • A press release, announcing your participation, will be sent to all ICHAES-2018 media and analyst contacts.

E-newsletters:

  • Presentations will be featured in multiple e-Newsletters distributed to the GAHLS Community.

Certificate:

  • You will receive a certificate from the conference chair.

Kindly send your sponsorship proposal to info@gahls.org

Scholarships

GAHLS is delighted to announce a competition for best papers.

Entries will be judged on the quality of the paper, including the presentation. Only full paper presenters in the conference are qualified to apply. The winner(s) will receive the conference registration fee waived for the very next conference organised by GAHLS.

The prize is non-negotiable and no monetary alternative will be available.

Publication Ethics

The Global Academy of Health and Life Sciences (GAHLS) endeavours to ensure that no form of unethical practice or behaviour is displayed or carried out by the authors, reviewers or editors.

Ethical policy for authors

Authors are required to:

  • Provide work that is original, unpublished, unduplicated and un-plagiarised
  • Adequately acknowledge the materials used or quoted from other sources, using citations, mentions and/or permissions where required
  • Avoid violations or infringements of other authors’ and publishers’ rights
  • Avoid copying data from other sources without acknowledgement
  • Avoid using concocted, untrue or manipulated data or information
  • Use their own data or obtain permission to use data reproduced in their papers
  • Properly acknowledge funding sources
  • Avoid using any material that supports or promotes violence in society
  • Avoid any contact with the editor or reviewers for their work
  • Comply to all other ethical standards in their work and avoid any unethical or immoral conduct.

Ethical policy for reviewers

Reviewers:

  • Should ensure that the work is original and unpublished
  • Must not make any contact with the author
  • Must maintain confidentiality and must not pass on or divulge any information contained in the work to any individual or organisation either for personal gain or to provide any benefit to another person or organisation
  • Must maintain impartiality during the review process and must not show any kind of bias in accepting or rejecting work
  • Must be fair and transparent
  • Should comply to all other ethical policies recommended by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) - http://publicationethics.org/ and/or the Council of Science Editors (CSE) -http://www.councilscienceeditors.org/i4a/pages/index.cfm?pageid=3331.

Ethical policy for editors

Editors:

  • Must ensure that the author complies with all ethical issues and that publication ethics are not violated
  • Must not have any form of contact with the author
  • Must be fair, unbiased, impartial and transparent in accepting or rejecting a paper
  • Must not pass on or divulge any information to any person or institution for personal gain or for the gain of another person or institution
  • Must not pass any information about the reviewers to the authors
  • Must ensure that the reviewers comply to all ethical policies

Important Information

Privacy Statement

The primary purpose of collecting the personal information requested on this form is to process your registration. In registering for this event, relevant details may be incorporated into a delegate list for the benefit of all delegates (name, email and organisation only) and may be made available to parties directly related to this event.

Insurance

Registration fees DO NOT include insurance of any kind. It is strongly recommended that all delegates arrange their own travel and medical insurance prior to attending the event. The insurance policy should include loss of airfares for any reason; medical expenses; loss or damage to personal property; and any additional expenses and repatriation, should travel arrangements alter. GAHLS does not take responsibility for any delegates failing to insure themselves.

Likewise, GAHLS does not accept responsibility for personal accidents, theft and/or damage to the property of delegates.

Role of a Session Chair

  1. Introduction

    At the start of the session, briefly introduce yourself and explain the timing system to the audience, and as often during the session as you think necessary.

  2. Start on Time

    Start the session on time - announce the first presenter and the name of the paper, and start the timer.

  3. Check the Microphone

    If a microphone has been provided, then please ensure that this is working.

  4. Stick to the Schedule

    Please adhere to the time schedule listed in the schedule so that simultaneous sessions are as closely synchronized as possible. Many attendees move from session to session in order to hear specific presentations.

  5. Allotted Times

    The normal allotted time for every presentation is 20 minutes (15 minutes to present; 5 minutes for Q & A). During the 15 minutes presentation time, after the first 12 minutes there will be one bell just to alert the presenter that only three minutes are left and then after 15 minutes the final bell will be rung.

    Presenters must be asked to stop when their allotted time is up in a courteous but firm manner. Keep in mind that the session must end on time, and that the last speaker has just as much right to an audience as does the first speaker.

  6. Absent Presenter(s)

    Should a presenter fail to appear, call the next presenter and so on.

  7. Session Problems

    If any problems arise that you are unable to handle while continuing to chair the session, either go, or immediately send, someone to the registration desk to alert the Meetings Manager of the problem.

Registration Fee

To register yourself in conference, you need to pay the conference fee. The registration fee is due in advance to participate in the conference (ICHAES- 2018). Once we received payment authorization then you will receive an e-mail confirming your registration.

Participants must register and attend the conference in order to present their accepted papers. Non-presenting co-author who wants to attend the conference should register as attending only participant.

It is not possible to pay the registration fee after the conference. Conference sessions and other conference events are open only to registered participants.

To assure your participation in the conference and inclusion of your paper in the conference proceedings, your registration fee must be paid before the deadline. If your registration will be late, or if you have difficulties making the payments, please contact our office or send us an e-mail at info@gahls.org to make suitable arrangements.

Registration Includes

  1. Admission to the conference. One registration fee will allow only one author to participate in the conference.
  2. Welcome reception, daily refreshment/coffee/snack breaks.
  3. Attendance at all conference activities.
  4. Present your accepted paper at the conference.
  5. Printed copy of the conference program.
  6. Publication of the paper in online conference proceedings.
  7. Online publication in our journal
  8. Certificate for every presenter

Registration Fee:

Details Early Bird Payment Regular Payment
Student* USD $275 USD $325
Academic USD $300 USD $350
Industry Professional USD $300 USD $350
Co-Author USD $275 USD $325
Publication Only USD $200 USD $250
Participation Only USD $275 USD $325

* Needs to provide proof of full-time student status.

* Co-Author's payment is applicable only when the first author has registered.

* Management can cancel any registration without providing any reason. In this case full registration fee will be refunded.