4th International Symposium on Insects

VIRTUAL 4th INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON INSECT (ISoI) 2020

1-2 DECEMBER 2020

 

The Entomological Society of Malaysia (ENTOMA) is pleased to announce that the 4th International Symposium on Insect (ISoI) 2020 is rescheduled to 1st and 2nd December 2020 via a virtual online platform.

 

MISSED YOUR CHANCE? NOW IT’S YOUR CHANCE TO JOIN THE ISoI 2020

The registration for ISoI 2020 has been extended. Herewith the detail.

 

IMPORTANT DATES: 

Deadline of Abstract Submission: 15/09/2020

Letter of Acceptance: 30/09/2020 

Deadline of Registration Payment: 15/10/2020 

 

SYMPOSIUM REGISTRATION FEES: 
Local (Oral Presenter / Poster Presenter / Participant): MYR 600.00 
Local Student (Oral Presenter / Poster Presenter / Participant):  MYR 450.00 
International (Oral Presenter / Poster Presenter / Participant): USD 250.00 
International Student (Oral Presenter / Poster Presenter / Participant) USD: 150.00 

 

SPECIAL REGISTRATION FEE FOR ENTOMA MEMBER:

Ordinary Member: RM550.00

Life Member & Retired: RM500.00

 

Registration & Participation Inquiries Contact: entomologymalaysia@gmail.com

Google link for Registration Form: https://forms.gle/Vs3ZCP4vy4y6KVnh9

Updated Website for More Information: http://entoma.net/



SCOPES: 
The scope of this symposium includes all areas of insect and entomology fields such as (but not limited to)  
 
Agriculture Entomology 
Behavioral and Chemical Ecology 
Biodiversity and Conservation 
Entotourism and Education 
Insect Physiology and Biochemistry 
Insects Systematics and Evolution 
Integrated Pest Management 
Invasive Alien Species 
Medical and Urban Entomology 
Molecular Entomology and Biotechnology 
Pesticide Resistance and Toxicology 
Acarology and topics related to insects 
 

PUBLICATION OPPORTUNITIES: 
For those participants who are interested to publish their papers, you may submit your full paper the latest by 30th October 2020. All papers will be evaluated by appointed reviewers and selected papers will be published as full articles in Serangga, a peer-reviewed journal, indexed in ISI Thomson Reuters-ESCI, SCOPUS, Zoological Record-Web of Science, and CABI abstract.


Best Regard,

The Secretariat of the 4th International Symposium on Insect (ISoI) 20

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