Author Guidelines

  1. Article Title:

The title should be concise and accurately describe the paper's content. Capitalize each word, use bold typeface, and set the font size to 16 pt.

  1. Author Information:

First Author1*, Second Author2 (12 pt)

1First Author Affiliation, University, Country (10 pt)

2Second Author Affiliation, University, Country (10 pt)

*Corresponding author: author_email@affiliation.xx.xx (10 pt)

  1. Abstract:

Include a structured abstract in English of 100-200 words covering the purpose, methods, findings, and conclusions (10 pt).

Keywords: Include up to five keywords.

  1. Introduction:

Provide a clear background, problem statement, relevant literature, proposed approach or solution, and the research's new value. Use IMRaD structure: Introduction, Methods, Results and Discussion, Conclusion.

  1. Method:

Detail the methodology sufficiently to allow replication. Include assumptions, experimental setup, data collection, data analysis, and statistical testing. Center and number tables and figures sequentially.

  1. Results and Discussion:

Present key findings, compare with previous studies, discuss limitations, causal arguments, speculations, and deductive arguments.

  1. Conclusion:

Link conclusions to the study's title and objectives. Do not make unsupported statements, repeat the abstract, or only list research results. Write conclusions in paragraphs without bullet points.

  1. Acknowledgment:

Thank individuals or organizations that assisted with the project. Acknowledgments can be formal or informal and usually mention sponsorship or funding.

  1. References:

References must be in IEEE style, listed in the order they appear in the text. Use a reference manager like Mendeley. Primary references should be national/international journals and recent proceedings (last 5 years).

  1. Manuscript Format:

Manuscripts should be single-spaced, written in Times New Roman, 11 pt font, with a maximum of 15 pages, using the provided IEJST template Indonesia And English.