Terms and Conditions for Research Presentation and Project Proposal Meeting

  1. Purpose of the Meeting: The primary objective of this meeting is to present and discuss the research findings and project proposal related to SINIE. The aim is to persuade the relevant department within the discipline to support and endorse the project.

  2. Confidentiality: All information shared during the meeting, including research findings, project details, and any related discussions, should be treated as confidential. Attendees are expected to respect the intellectual property rights (IPR) associated with SINIE.

  3. Presentation Guidelines: The presenter is required to present the research in a clear, concise, and professional manner. Visual aids, such as slides or charts, may be used to enhance the presentation. The presentation should focus on the significance of SINIE and its potential impact on the discipline.

  4. Question and Answer Session: Following the presentation, there will be a question and answer session. Attendees are encouraged to ask relevant questions and seek clarification on any aspect of the research or project proposal.

  5. Project Proposal Review: The department will review the project proposal submitted by the presenter. Feedback and suggestions may be provided during or after the meeting. Any revisions or additional information required should be promptly addressed by the presenter.

  6. Intellectual Property Rights (IPR): The IPR associated with SINIE and the research presented will be documented and filled. All participants are expected to respect and adhere to the IPR regulations. Any unauthorized use or disclosure of the research content will be subject to legal action.

  7. Documentation of Research Paper: The presenter is required to submit a detailed research paper documenting the methodology, findings, and conclusions of the research on SINIE. The paper should adhere to academic standards and be submitted within the agreed-upon timeframe.

  8. Business Integration Opportunities: SINIE will be explored for potential business integration opportunities. The presenter is encouraged to identify and present possible avenues for commercial applications or collaborations that can stem from the intellectual property.

  9. Project Approval Process: The department will follow an approval process to determine the feasibility and endorsement of the project. The decision will be communicated to the presenter in a timely manner.

  10. Follow-up Actions: Based on the outcome of the meeting, any follow-up actions, revisions, or additional information required will be communicated to the presenter. Further discussions or negotiations may take place to finalize project details.

  11. Meeting Fee and Refund Policy:A non-refundable meeting fee is applicable for participation in the research presentation and project proposal meeting. This fee covers administrative costs associated with organizing the meeting. Attendees are required to make the payment in advance, and it is explicitly stated that no refunds will be issued under any circumstances.

  12. No-show Policy: In the event of a participant's absence from the meeting without prior notice, the meeting fee will not be refunded. It is the responsibility of attendees to inform the organizers in advance if they are unable to attend, and no refunds will be granted for no-shows.

  13. Payment Method: The meeting fee should be paid through the designated payment method provided by the organizers. Any transaction fees or charges associated with the payment are the responsibility of the participant and are non-refundable.