Author Guidelines

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS. Writers must only present manuscripts that have undergone thorough proofreading. The manuscript could be a scientific paper presenting research findings or conceptual ideas, written in both Indonesian and English. It should be an authentic work (free from plagiarism) and has not been previously published in any other medium.
WRITING RULES. The document should not exceed 20 pages and must be composed in Book Antiqua font size 11, with a spacing of 1.0 on A4-sized paper. Additional information is available in the journal template. The structure for presenting research findings in the manuscript is as follows:
  1. The manuscript must follow strict formatting rules: 20 pages, Book Antiqua font 11, 1.0 spacing on A4. Refer to the journal template for additional instructions. The structure includes sections, starting with a concise, capitalized title (12-15 words). Author details, without academic titles, must be complete. For group manuscripts, include comprehensive contact information. The Correspondence Author should provide postal code, phone number, and email for communication
  2. The abstract, in Book Antiqua 11 Pt font, concisely introduces the issue, outlines objectives, details methods, and summarizes results in both Indonesian and English within 200-250 words. Focused on [background], the research employs [methodology] to achieve [research objectives], providing valuable insights into [results]. The conclusion emphasizes [research conclusion], summarizing key findings. This study significantly contributes to science through [research contributions], potentially shifting paradigms in the field.
  3. The introduction meticulously outlines the research context, emphasizing issues and urgency. Background offers a profound understanding, and a brief literature review connects to prior findings. Gap analysis highlights knowledge incompleteness, justifying the research. The conclusion firmly states research objectives, emphasizing the importance of balancing pure and applied aspects in a critical manner. To achieve a 1000-word introduction, each aspect is detailed, providing a robust foundation for readers. Citations are highlighted in light blue, and Mendeley application is utilized.
  4. Detailed material and equipment specifications are crucial for replication and understanding research components. The research approach, procedure, and data analysis methods should be outlined meticulously for clarity and accuracy in implementation. This detailed information guides researchers adopting or understanding the methodology, ensuring clarity for readers and supporting research reproducibility to advance knowledge in the field.
  5. Results and Discussion. Well-prepared tables and figures are pivotal in conveying key observations, enhancing research visualization, and presenting data clearly. A journal paper typically features three to seven visuals, avoiding redundancy to ensure visual variety. The results discussion should address formulated problems, objectives, and hypotheses, emphasizing the significance of key findings. Emphasizing visual elements and a thoughtful discussion arrangement aids readers in comprehending and appreciating the research's significant contributions.
  6. Concluding the research involves summarizing findings, addressing problems and objectives. The conclusion, sans numerical expressions, emphasizes the research's contribution to science, highlighting significance, introducing methodologies, confirming/challenging findings, and impacting field development, enriching knowledge in a specific area.
  7. This is used to appreciate the efforts of associate, who are not registered as co-authors, for their assistance and fund for your research/publication.
  8. Citations in the manuscript follow the journal template, referencing articles with a minimum of 20 sources, primarily 80% from 2024 to 2025. Utilize Zotero, Mendeley, or EndNote for APA-style formatting and reference management.