RESEARCHERS

After acceptance of abstracts, authors may participate in IMAT:

  • Submitting a poster.
  • Submitting a work in progress (1000 to 2000 words).
  • Submitting a full research.

All abstracts will be published in the Conference Proceedings volume with an ISBN.

Use the video recording application of your preference. You can send a recording of your presentation in which the slides are visible. The only accepted video formats are AVI, MOV, MP4 and WMV. You can send the video file or a link to download (via OneDrive, Google Drive, WeTransfer, Wesendit or another cloud-based service of your choice). Additionally, please include the following information in your reply email:

  • Names of Authors
  • Title of the paper
  • Time of your presentation
  • Room of your presentation

 

Maximun 15 minutes length of your recording. Unfortunately, due to the scheduling of the presentations, we cannot accept longer videos.

Last, please note that you must record your presentation and send the file, link to download, or a download notification no later than the 17th of June to imat@esic.edu

Sending the video presenting your article does not exempt your attendance at the session. You will need to attend to your corresponding session to be able to answer the questions asked by the rest of the participants and the chair session, as well as to receive the conference presentation certificate.

 

After acceptance of abstracts, authors may participate in IMAT:


The key dates are as follows:

The best full papers will be eligible for publishing in a Special Issue of one of the journals participating in the conference:

IMAT will award several prizes sponsored by our sponsors for the best papers and presentations.

Website: https://imat.esic.edu/en/researchers/

Email: imat@esic.edu                       

We would be grateful if you could make the maximum diffusion of the Conference to your fellow researchers.

Activities for
researchers

Methodology Workshops
for researchers

Academic
Articles

Academic presentations by domestic and international faculty

Round Table
Discussions

With prominent scholars and institutional representatives in education and academia