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The authors should submit their papers in PDF format, accompanied by author's information file (xls file) through e-mail according to the following procedures. (If you submit multiple papers, you need to prepare the author's information file for each paper and send them to us separately.)

Submission period: From July 1st, 2013 to July 26th, 2013Aug. 4, 2013
Send to: mjjis2013_submission@ml.tokai-u.jp

For a new submission, please specify "2-letter keyword" in the subject of the email. This will identify in which session you want your paper to be included.

ES: Electronic System Engineering
MP: Mechanical and Precision Engineering
EG: Environmental and Green Technology
MT: Management of Technology
IT: Information Technology and Communications
MB: Medical Biotechnology
SS: Special Industry Session: "Japanese-style Human Resource Development in ASEAN countries"
NP: Do not know or no particular preference.

For instance, in the case of a new submission by Dr, Ichiro Suzuki who is interested in Mechanical and Precision Engineering, the subject and file names should go as follows:

Subject: MP Ichiro Suzuki,
the file name of your paper: MP_your family name.pdf, e.g., "MP_Suzuki.pdf",
the file name of author's information: MP_your family name.xls, e.g., "MP_Suzuki.xls".

A confirmation e-mail with a paper ID will be sent to you within one week after receiving your paper and author's information file. If you do not receive a confirmation e-mail within one week, please contact us via e-mail (mjjis2013@ml.tokai-u.jp).

If you would like to send us a revised version of the paper during the submission period, you should send it to mjjis2013_submission@ml.tokai-u.jp via e-mail. In this case, the subject of the e-mail should be "Your paper-ID: REVISE", e.g., "MP-005: REVISE".

Template for initial paper (Microsoft Word)

Author's information file (Microsoft Excel)

Important notice
This is to clarify the four-page limit of contirubuted papers. Your submitted paper will be treated as a full paper for the subsequent review process. We strongly advise authors to submit a "4 page" paper instead of a 2 or 3 page paper although the guideline says "no more than 4 pages".