Author Guidelines

Papers must be written in English and submitted as MS Word format.

1. Title
a) 12 words at maximum
b) Explicitly contains PMR (Problem, Method, and Result)
c) Does not contain a case study, for example: at Highschool XX or any location that is
too specific.
d) Cannot contain acronyms
e) The title should be short and informative and reflect the content of the article
f) It is preferable not to use all capital letters

2. Abstract
a) 300 words at maximum
b) Explicitly and concisely explain: the problem, purpose, method, and results and
conclusion
c) Cannot contain citations

3. Keyword
a) Consists of 3-6 keywords that are easy to search in a Google search engine
b) Listed alphabetically
c) It is highly recommended that keywords be adjusted to the title

4. Introduction
Every article, in the introduction, should include:
a) Research problem
b) State-of-the-art/related works containing at least 4 previous related studies
c) Novelty/distinction from previous similar research
d) Explicit research purpose

5. Research Method
a) Explicitly explain whether qualitative/quantitative/mixed method/method/other
specific algorithm is used in the research.
b) Explain the case study and data sources used

6. Discussion and Analysis
In the discussion, it is advisable to include:
a) Written systematically according to the method used
b) Findings of the research
c) The meaning of the findings
d) Compare the findings with previous research results (state-of-the-art) supported by
references
e) The implications of the findings

7. Conclusion
a) Do not repeat the abstract
b) Created in 1 paragraph and focused on answering the research purpose
c) The conclusion is not a list of results
d) Contains results and discussion (findings), contribution/novelty, and implications for
previous similar research results.
e) There must be suggestions for further research

8. Reference
a) Minimum 10 references
b) At least 80% sourced from reputable journal articles (clear sources and with DOIs),
within the last 5 years.
c) Using the reference manager tools such as Mendeley ( the IEEE style)

9. Example of Bibliography List

An example of a bibliography for books is number 1. Examples of journal bibliography are number 2. Examples of conference bibliographies are number 3.  An example of a bibliography for theses/dissertations is in number 4.  An example of a bibliography from the web is number 5.

[1]     N. Szabo and R. Tanaka, Residue Arithmetic and Its Applications to Computer Technology, New York: McGraw Hill, 1967.

[2]     J. Bajard, L. Didier and P. Kornerup, "An RNS Montgomery Modular Multiplication Algorithm," IEEE Trans. Computers, vol. 47, no. 7, pp. 766-776, July 1998.

[3]     J. Wolf and K. Pattipati, "A File Assignment Problem Model for Extended Local Area Network Environments," Proc. of the 10th Int'l. conf. Distributed Computing Systems, pp. 221-230, 1990.

[4]     J. O. Williams, Narrow-band Analyzer, Ph.D. Dissertation, Dept. Elect. Eng., Harvard Univ., Cambridge, MA, 1993.

[5]     M. Kesler, "Highly Resonant Wireless Power Transfer in Subsea Applications," Colin McCarthy WiTricity Corporation, [Online], Available.