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We strongly prefer to receive manuscripts via our online submission system. Using this system, authors can upload manuscript files (text, figures, and supplementary information, including video) directly to our office and check on the status of their manuscripts during the review process. First, kindly please register as an author, and then you should log in to submit your papers.

The manuscript texts are written in English or Indonesia. Manuscripts will be first reviewed by editorial boards.The main text of a manuscript must be submitted as a Word document (.doc) or Rich Text Format (.rtf) file. The manuscript consists of 5000 words (minimum), well-typed in single column on A4 size paper, use 12 pt of Times New Roman.The manuscript contains an original work and have potentially contribute to the highly scientific advancement.

The manuscript should contain the following section in this order:

a. Title
Title of articles in English should describe the main content of manuscripts, be informative, concise, and not too wordy (12-15 words only), and does not contain formulas.

b. The author’s name
Full name without academic degrees and titles, written in capital letters. Manuscript written by groups needs to supplemented by complete contact details. 

c. Name of affiliation for each author
The author name should be accompanied by a complete affiliation address, postal code number, telephone number and email address.

d. Abstract
Written briefly in English in one paragraph of 150-200 words, containing background, research objectives, methodology, results, the conclusion of the study and your research contributions to science.

e. Keywords
Written in English 3-5 words or groups of words, written alphabetically.

f. Introduction 
Explaining the background, problems, importance of research, brief literature review that relates directly to research or previous findings that need to be developed, and ended with a paragraph of research purposes. A balance must be kept between the pure and applied aspects of the subject.The introduction is presented in the form of paragraphs of approximately 1000 words.

g. Methods
Make sure that work can be repeated according to the details provided. It contains technical information of the study presented clearly. Therefore, readers can conduct research based on the techniques presented. Materials and equipment specifications are necessary. Approaches or procedures of study together with data analysis methods must be presented.

h. Results and Discussion 
Well-prepared tables and or figures must be of significant feature of this section, because they convey the major observations to readers. Any information provided in tables and figures should no longer be repeated in the text, but the text should focus on the importance of the principal findings of the study. In general, journal papers will contain three-seven figures and tables. Same data can not be presented in the form of tables and figures. The results of the study are discussed to address the problem formulated, objectives and research hypotheses. It is higly suggested that discussion be focused on the why and how of the research findings can happen and to extend to which the research findins can be applied to other relevant problems.

i. Conclusion 
The conclusion should be withdrawn on the basis of research findings, formulated concerns and research purposes. The conclusion is presented in one paragraph without numerical form of expression. Explain your research contributions to science.

j. Acknowledgement 
Contributors who are not mentioned as authors should be acknowledged, and their particular contribution should be described. All sources of funding for the work must be acknowledged, both the research funder and the grant number (if applicable) should be given for each source of funds

k. References
Manuscripts are written by using standard citation applications (Mendeley/Endnote/Zotero). IEEE reference style is required. Citing an article written by two authors, both of authors should be mentioned, however, for three and more authors only the first author is mentioned followed by et al., for example: Rahayu & Sudarsono (2015), Subekti et al. (2014). A series of references should be presented in ascending date order (Retnoningsih et al., 2005; Indriyanti et al., 2007; Rahayuningsih, 2010). Different publications with the same author(s) and year will be presented separately, as follows 2013a, 2013b. References of unpublished data and personal communication should not appear in the list but should be cited in the text only (e.g., Rifai MA 2015, pers. com. (personal communication); Indriyanti DR 2014, unpublished data). In the reference list, the references should be listed in an alphabetical order. More or less 80% references for literature reviews should be the recent (up to date) journals published in the last 10 years, but the rest of 20 % references can be cited from research reports and or articles.

Nomenclature. This list of symbols and other terminology relevant to a specific manuscript appears immediately following the reference section.

Mathematics. Authors must not derive, cite reference, or reproduce standard equations. Do not repeat previously published derivations of recognized equations; rather, cite a reference to a source or refer to the name, e.g., Manning's formula. Define variables and give international standart (SI) units for empirical and dimensional constraints. State only those assumptions and initial and boundary conditions needed to understand the development and conclusion of the work.

For new equations, state all assumptions and initial boundary conditions, and give sufficient derivation for the reader to understand the development. Show only those mathematical steps required for comprehension. Interpret the significance of the mathematics, and indicate the accuracy and range of usefulness of the equations. Display all important equations on separate lines with consecutive numbers enclosed in parentheses (1) and placed at the right margin to facilitate reference within the manuscript and by other authors who may cite your research. Less important equations may be incorporated within a sentence as part of the text. Write all fractions with the solidus (slash) and parentheses except for long expressions in which the build-up may add to the readability. For example,


Figures, Graphs, and Charts. Authors should include figures to emphasize points made in the text, not merely to illustrate tabular material graphically. Illustrations attract the reader's attention, clarify the text, and should not be included unless discussed in the text. Graphs and charts should be designed to improve the general presentation of a technical publication by reporting data in a manner easy to comprehend. The decision to select and use charts or graphs should be governed by the writer's message and the points to be brought out in the illustration. Graphs primarily show trends; therefore, it is not necessary for you to show all the coordinate rulings in most graphs.

For the most beneficial use of illustrations, please observe the following points:

  1. Number figures consecutively in order of their citation in the text and refer to them as Figure 1, Figure 2, etc.
  2. Figure titles are unnecessary. The title information should be contained in the figure caption in below Figures, Graphs, and Charts as “Figure 1 XXX”.
  3. When appropriate, accompany figures with legends. A legend adds to the information presented and makes it more understandable. Symbols should be identified by corresponding markings or symbols in a legend. Place the legend either above the figure or within it. Ideally, shadings should be kept to a minimum of three: white, black, and one type of lined shading. Remember to keep the elements in the same order.
  4. Plot the points accurately and draw the curves precisely. If a point represents the mean of a number of observations, indicate the magnitude of the variability by a vertical line at each point. Lines should not be less then 1 point in width. All lines need to be the same point size to ensure quality output of published articles.

Tables. Tables should not be provided in a graphic format. Tables are numbered by Arabic numerals in ascending numerical order. Use horizontal rules to separate elements within a table. Author may place additional rules under subheads or under heads that span two or more columns, and blank columns may need to be inserted to achieve this.  Caption fonts for each table should be bolded, e.g. “Table 1 XXX”, and the caption must be centered above the table.

Units, Symbols and Abbreviations. International system units must be used. Units in the table headings, legends to illustrations, etc., should follow the expression after a comma, e.g. Max. output, kW. Use a space between the number and the unit, like “5 g”, except for percentages and degrees, like “35%”, “21℃”. In choosing symbols, make sure that the same symbol is given not more than one meaning in the text. Both symbols and abbreviations must be defined at their first use in the text and used consistently.

Manuscript Template

Manuscript Template can be seen and download in here.


Peer reviewing. All papers will be reviewed by at least two peer reviewers. The Editors collate the reviewers’ reports and add their own comments. Final decisions on papers are made by the Executive Editor-in-Chief.

Proofs. Authors will receive proofs for checking. Proofs will be sent by email to one author only. These proofs, clearly marked with corrections, should be returned to the Executive Editor-in-Chief with minimum delay.

Editing. Accepted papers are edited including literal modifying and English polishing in accordance with related criteria, norms and journal style, and returned to the author for approval.

Publishing fee. Publication in the IJEAT is free of charge.

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