Author Guidelines

You can download the writing guide/journal templates on the link below:



  1. Articles must be written in English.
  2. Elements that should be in the article: title, abstract, keyword, introduction, methods, results and discussion, conclusions, and references.
  • Title: specific and effective (maximum of 14 words in Indonesian article or nine words in English article).
  • Author Identity: consists of author name, college name, address, and email address.
  • Abstract: one paragraph (about half a page), written in one space in English with the essence of writing.
  • Keywords: a maximum of five words, the article's subject matter. Written in English.
  • Introduction: background of academic problems / problems and urgency of discussion / writing
  • Methods: contains an explanation of the research method used
  • Results and Discussion: directly detailed to sub-subtitles per the article's subject.
  • Conclusions: contains answers or answers to the issues being studied
  1. Articles are written with A4 paper, one column, Times New Roman letters (12), spaces (1), and up to 10 pages.
  2. Articles are written using standard terms, and the Indonesian language is good and true.
  3. The writing of foreign words (which have not been absorbed in Indonesian) is written in italics, specifically for the name of the language derived from Arabic, in addition to italics written also using Arabic-Latin transliteration.
  4. The manuscript was written using the IEEE 2006 body note and references style.
  5. Referral writing (References) is arranged numerically by containing the author's name, the title of the book/journal/magazine, the city where the contents are, the name of the publisher, the year of publication, and the pages. This can be seen in the Journal templates.
  6. Mandatory manuscripts are written using ZOTERO or MENDELEY software as a management reference.
  7. For a more complete guide, please be up to the Journal templates.