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  • The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
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  • The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.


1. The author has ensured that the manuscript submitted has never been published and or is not in the process of evaluating other publications.
2. It has been approved by the co-author, if any, as the party who is equally responsible for the manuscript.
3. The contents of the manuscript in presenting science are the responsibility of the author, so that the publisher will not be responsible for claims or compensation requests for matters relating to the contents of the text.
4. The submitted text is required to be sent electronically with a submission system that has been prepared by the system by first registering as a writer.
The submitted text must be in good condition, typed according to the writing standard and the template provided.


Writing articles uses Abstracts are in two languages, first Indonesian and both English. Writing articles uses a two-column format. Article chapters: 1. Introduction, 2. Literatur Review, 3. Methodology, 4. Result 5. Conclussioin dan 6. Reference. Please added acknowledgement before reference if there is one. So on are written with 10 Bold Time New Roman, the contents of the article with Time New Roman 10, while the article sub-chapter is written with 10 sloping Time New Roman. Papers are written in letters New Time Roman in softcopy with A4 paper size format. The edge is above = 2 cm, bottom = 2.26 cm, side = 1.5 cm. The column width is 8.6 cm, the distance between the two columns is 0.8 cm. The indented paragraph size is 0.35 cm. Each column is aligned left and right. Use tables and images with adjustments to the width of the column. On the last page of the paper, the width must be set to be equal.

Pictures and Tables

Position of the image and table are at the beginning or end of the column. Avoid placement in the middle of the column. Large images and tables can be expanded to meet both columns. The title of the image is placed below the image with a centered position. The table title is above the table with justify. Avoid placing images and tables before they are mentioned in the text. The label of the coordinate axes in the image in the form of a graph is made to be easy to understand. Use words from the symbol letters. For example, write "Magnetism," or "Magnetism (M)" instead of just using "M." Place the unit in parentheses, and do not label the coordinate axis only with units. For example, write "Magnetism (A / m)" or "Magnetism (A⋅m1)." Do not label the coordinate axis with the ratio or quantity and unit. For example, write "Temperature (K)," not "Temperature / K." For example the multiplier symbol is "Magnetism (kA / m)" or "Magnetization (103 A / m)." The image label must be readable, about 10-point. Tables are created by not showing table borders like the example in Table 1.

The introduction must consist of research background, research context, literature review (sophisticated), and research objectives that are systematically written and show the substance and importance (urgency) of the research problem to be resolved.

Literatur Review

Literature review in papers using references at least the last 10 years. reference paper or citation is written using the standard format of the Institute of Electrical Engineers (IEEE) style, which is a numerical number placed in a square on the reference taken and put it at the end of the sentence as a reference number, for example "this sentence [2], do not use" Ref . [3] "or" Reference [3] ", except at the beginning of the sentence, for example" Reference [3] shows that ... "In the use of several references each number is typed with separate parentheses (for example [2]; [3 ]; [4]; [6] For the use of references from different sources, exemplified in the References section.

Abbreviations and Acronyms

Define abbreviations and acronyms the first time they use a paper, even if it has been defined in the abstract. Abbreviations that are already very well known need not be defined. Do not use abbreviations in the title unless they are absolutely unavoidable.


Equation numbering is done sequentially, with the number of equations written in parentheses and right alignment, for example (1). For writing quantity and variables use the Italic Roman symbol. Use a dash (-) to indicate a minus sign. Use parentheses () denominators or dividers to avoid mistakes. Give the comma punctuation in the equation if the equation is in the sentence.

If the equation is mentioned in a sentence, then simply write "(1)," or "equation (1)," except at the beginning of the sentence it is not written using a comma after parentheses. For example "Equation (1) is ..."


The use of Roman numeric marks for numbering chapters or sub-chapters is optional. If you use Roman numeric marks, then the references section and the thank you section and sub-headings or sub-chapters are not marked with letters. Use two spaces to separate between sub-chapters. Use hyphens on modified words: "zero-field-cooled magnetitation", avoid irregular sentences such as, "Using (1), potential differences have been calculated", good writing is "potential differences are calculated using equation (1), "or" with equation (1), we calculate the potential difference ".

Decimal numbers use zeros before the point to write a decimal number: "0.25". Use "cm3," not "cc." Do not mix words completely with abbreviations in physical quantities, for example: "weber / m2" but "Wb / m2". Use the full word when writing a physical unit in a sentence: "some Henry ...".

This section contains the steps of researchers in conducting research, presented in full but solid. Data collection must be explained starting from sampling methods to analysis techniques.

The results and discussion are expressed in a solid and clear scientific framework that is obtained, not a row of data tables or images.

This section is the closing of the article. Conclusions are written without numbers, and are presented in paragraph form. The implications and limitations of research are also presented in paragraph form.

Thank-You Note
Thank you is a form of appreciation for contributions from individuals and institutions who cannot enter as writers. For example, research funders related to this publication.

Every source cited in the body of the article should appear in the reference, and all sources appearing in the reference should be cited in the body of the article. The reference list should be alphabetically and chronologically ordered. The sources cited are primary sources covering least 80% from those published in the last 10 years (except certain areas of study). Articles are written in the IEEE format. Authors are recommended to use reference management application such as Mendeley, EndNote, Zotero using Chicago Manual of Style 16th edition with Times New Roman, font size 12.