International Abstracts in Operations Research

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Examples of Research Abstracts - UW–Madison Writing Center

Keep these qualities in mind when you’re writing the abstract of your research paper:
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Research Abstracts - UW–Madison Writing Center

With regards the body of the Abstract you need to make a clear statement of the topic of your paper and your research question. You need to say how your research was/is being undertaken. For example, is it empirical or theoretical? Is it quantitative or qualitative? Perhaps it follows the critical research method. What value are your findings and to whom will they be of use?

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Your abstract will be included on a PDF that will be available on our website. The PDF file will include all winning and finalist abstracts in both the Research and Clinical Vignette categories.

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NACE International is now accepting abstracts for the CORROSION 2018 Research in Progress (RIP) Symposia, sponsored by the NACE Research Committee. Research in Progress symposia provide a forum for the presentation of information and ideas derived from current or recently completed research and provide opportunities for discussion. Submit your abstract today, be recognized for your ideas at CORROSION 2018, and join us in Phoenix, Arizona from April 15-19, 2018!Description: This Research in Progress is seeking abstracts focusing on presentations related to the performance and evolution mechanisms of coatings/inhibitors through chemical or electrochemical (corrosion) aspects, and the interrelationship between composition, processing/technique, microstructural/nanostructural features, and the test environment and coating/inhibitor performance.‎ Approaches to design of improved coating materials and inhibitors and processes based on scientific and experimental data applied to harsh or aggressive environments.Description: This Research in Progress session is seeking abstracts that will examine all aspects of corrosion and degradation pertaining to implant alloys as well as device interaction with the surrounding biological environment. Topics of interest include mechanisms of corrosion or degradation of materials as a result of interaction of implants with the host tissue; surface treatment of materials to inhibit corrosion or enhance biocompatibility; in vitro, in vivo and ex vivo testing methods, development of new alloys, devices and constructs; implantation procedures and lifetime predictions and material/device monitoring, etc. Presentations will focus on the latest results and accomplishments.An abstract is a concise summary of a larger project (a thesis, research report, performance, service project, etc.) that concisely describes the content and scope of the project and identifies the project’s objective, its methodology and its findings, conclusions, or intended results.

Educational Research Abstracts - Taylor & Francis Online

The conference committee also invites abstract submissions for workshops and roundtable sessions. Workshop and roundtable session abstracts should include a topic that: (1) adds to the current knowledge base in social work practice, policy, theory, and research methodology, and (2) offers clear meaningful implications for social work research, policy and practice. The topic for workshop session abstracts should also offer training opportunities for methodology (study design, sampling, data collection, measurement, and analysis). If applying for a workshop or roundtable session, please submit an abstract of 500 words or less that describes the content and how it will be addressed. For workshops, describe the pedagogical techniques and for roundtables describe the topics that will be addressed elaborating on viewpoints and perspectives which may be discussed.

Learn how to prepare an abstract for a research project

The methodology section of an informative abstract should describe the techniques used in conducting the experiment. This section should give only as much detail as is necessary to understand the experiment; the abstract should not focus entirely on research methods unless that is the primary focus of the original document.

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As an author, this is where you could either grab or lose your reader’s attention. A good abstract will keep them reading but a bad one could put them off, even if your research is relevant to them, which means you could miss out on a download or even a citation. Here are some notable differences between good and bad abstracts that could help you when writing yours.