WAC 2015 Abstract Submission a Huge Success
WAC 2015 Abstract Submission a Huge Success!
Special Thanks to All Contributors
The WAO Board of Directors, WAC 2015 Scientific Committee and Collaborating Partners would like to thank all of you who submitted an abstract for WAC 2015. The Congress will have a wide variety of research to showcase in Oral Abstract and Poster Sessions.
Late-Breaking Abstract Submission Opening 22 June 2015
If you did not have a chance to submit an abstract, you will have another opportunity during the Late-Breaking Abstract Submission period. The Late-Breaking Abstract Submission is open 22 June 2015 - 13 July 2015.
Authors whose abstracts are accepted will have the opportunity to present them in Oral Abstract Sessions or thematic Poster Sessions on 14 -17 October 2015.
Click here to view Late-Breaking Abstract Submission Guidelines
Did you know...
Hangeul, the Korean alphabet, refers to the series of letters that form syllables in the written Korean language.
Koreans take pride in their alphabet and how it best demonstrates the creativity of Koreans during the past 5000 years. Koreans mark the 9th day of October as a national celebration to commemorate the creation of Hangeul by their government to reflect the unique sounds of their language. King Sejong, the creator of Hangeul, is regarded as a national hero in Korea. He appears on the 10,000 Won note, and a statue of him stands at Gwanghwamun Square. To learn more about Korean history and the city of Seoul, visit the Korean Tourism Organizaiton Website. (Source: Visit Korea)