Author Guidelines

  1. EJMSS is published twice a year in June and December
  2. The submitted manuscript must be in the field of physics or its application
  3. The manuscript has not been published and or is being processed for publication in another journal. All articles will be peer-reviewed.
  4. The manuscript is written in Bahasa Indonesia or English
  5. The manuscript is typed using MS WORD with a white background and paper size A4 (210 mm x 297 mm)
  6. The manuscript is submitted from register panel
  7. The manuscript contains the following parts:

Title: The title must be brief but clearly describes the content of the article. Authors’ name and affiliation are written below the title as well as the email address of the first author.

Abstract: the abstract is written in Bahasa Indonesia or English with a maximum length of 250 words describing the purpose, method, and results of the report.

Keywords: maximum of 5 words in Bahasa Indonesia or English.

Introduction: The introduction contains backgrounds, problems, the study of literature and outcomes.

Method: in this section describe the steps of conducting the research model used and any information by which a study’s validity is judged.

Results and Discussion: present and discuss the research results, respectively.

Conclusion: presents the outcome of the work by interpreting the findings at a higher level of abstraction than the Discussion and by relating these findings to the motivation stated in the Introduction

Bibliography: is presented in EMSS citation style. Please consider using Mendeley or Zotero citation management software with the following EMSS CSL file for ensuring the citation to be well-managed. Consult the manual for using Mendeley.

To help authors preparing the manuscript for submission, we provide an article template.

8. The editorial board has the right to send the manuscript back to the author for revision in accordance with the advice of the reviewers or to reject the manuscript.

9. Prior to the final decision, reviewed papers are screened using iThenticate to avoid plagiarism.