COI Disclosure Information
COI (Conflict of Interest) Declaration
Industry-academic collaborative research entails benefits to society (public interest) from the fruits of discharging academic and ethical responsibility, as well as money, status, rights, and other benefits (private interest) acquired attendant on industry-academic collaboration. When these two types of benefit are in conflict within an individual researcher, it is called a “conflict of interest." The occurrence of conflict of interest is unavoidable in today's complex social activities, and legal restrictions apply to certain activities.
Matters for which disclosure is required occur from one year before abstract submission to the time of presentation. Please place the information either at the top or the last page of your slides, or the bottom of your poster.
Please utilize the following (ppt) files at time of your presentation.
*Those who have no Conflicts of Interest are not required to prepare any slide above.