Peer review process & guidelines
Peer Review Process
An article will be peer-reviewed after it is submitted. Our journals are all peer-reviewed. The journal editor appoints reviewers.
Peer review serves two important purposes:
1. To function as a filter, determining the work's validity, importance, and originality in order to guarantee that only good research is published.
2. Giving reviewers the chance to recommend adjustments in order to improve the quality of research submitted for publication.
The method for reviewing
Each manuscript that is submitted is subjected to the following review procedure:
1. Initially, each submission will be run using the Turnitin program to detect instances of overlapping and similar text in submitted articles, with the results of the test being communicated to the journal's Editor-in-Chief only in the case of an abnormal percentage of similarity.
2. If there is no conflict of interest, the Editor-in-Chief decides on general publishing acceptability.
3. In the event of a conflict of interest, the Editorial Office assigns the paper to an Editor (Helper editor).
4. The Editor-in-Chief (or the Assistant Editor) appoints two Reviewers to conduct an impartial evaluation of the article.
5. The Journal employs double-blind peer review, which means that the Reviewers are unaware of the Authors' identities, and the Authors are unaware of the Reviewers' identities; based on the Reviewers' recommendations, the Editor-in-Chief (or the Helper Editor) decides whether the article should be accepted as is, revised, or rejected.
6. The Editor notifies the Corresponding Author via email of the editing decision, Editor comments, and Reviewer comments.
7. Authors will be invited to amend their work in response to the Reviewers' recommendations, comments, and criticisms; the updated manuscript must be given within one month of the review process being begun; otherwise, the review process will be repeated.
The Journal is published twice a year.
The submitter is asked to propose two suitable reviewers with the relevant recognized competence to assess the paper during the submission process. The Managing Editor will not automatically approve these reviewers. Please give specific contact information in Step 1 of the submission procedure (address, homepage, phone, verified institutional e-mail address). According to the review process's Ethical criterion, the recommended reviewers should not be current collaborators of the co-authors or have published with any of the co-authors of the paper within the previous five years. They should be from the writers' various institutions.
The submitter may also suggest relevant members of this journal's Editorial Board as possible reviewers. The submitter may also recommend reviewers from writers whose work you commonly cite in your manuscript.
All papers must be submitted to the Editorial Office via Online Submission at Sidar where the author must register as an Author. If authors are having difficulty with the online submission, they can contact the Editorial Office at Sidar
The following details are offered to assist you with your paper submission:
1. The paper must be written in English. Please ensure that your article is written entirely in English, including any figures.
2. The length of the submitted article should not exceed 30 pages.
3. As main units, choose either SI (MKS) or CGS. (SI units are recommended.) Combine SI and CGS units as little as possible.
4. Papers with a similarity index of more than 20% will be rejected.
5. All papers must adhere to the template.
The following format should be followed when writing the paper: Introduction, Methods, Results and Discussion, and Conclusion, followed by Acknowledgement (if any) and References. Please make certain that all references, figures, tables, and equations are cited in the text.
Abstract: Write a brief overview of the research study, including the background, methodology, and findings. The abstract should be no more than 200-250 words long and should be written in a single paragraph. Avoid using references, footnotes, or math in the abstract.
Keywords: Keywords are alphabetically sorted, with a maximum of five words.
Introduction: The introduction part provides the research's background or motivation, goal, and methodologies, followed by a succinct literature review that justifies the research contribution. The research contribution should be explicitly mentioned.
Methods: The Methods section discusses the research process, including any materials required. The methods section does not need to include information on common knowledge or basic theory, but it should include information on how the study is carried out.
Results and Discussion: When presenting and discussing results, provide an in-depth analysis rather than just stating the findings.
Conclusions: Make sure the conclusion is relevant to the paper's title, goal, and contribution.
Acknowledgement: Authors may credit individuals or organizations who have contributed to the study.
Please utilize reference software such as Mendeley, EndNote, Zotero, or any other equivalent program for your reference. In the manuscript, use number-style citations.