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Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
  • 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).
  • The submission file is in Microsoft Word document file format.
    Not more than 15 pages and 25MB in size.
  • Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.
  • Authors are required to obtained permmission for any figures or diagrams that has been published in other publication. Prrof of permission have to be submitted together with the submission.

Author Guidelines

The template for articles to be submitted to JAEDS can be found at this link, and any questions should be directed to the Chief Editor.

Paper Template

Authors are also required to provide the required particulars of each co-authors in the Contributors section.

Here is a brief guideline for the authors on manuscript preparation:


The abstract should be written in a single paragraph using the Normal style with Times New Roman font, size 10. The maximum nymber of words for the abstract is 300 words. A good abstract provides the readers a condensed information of the work presented in the manuscript. It should stress on the important points of each section with a flow similar to the structure of the manuscript. Most importantly, clearly highlight the problems, the objectives and the approach taken by the authors, as well as the significance of the information within the manuscript for academic or real-world engineering practices.


The maximum number of page is limited to 15 pages. Authors are adviced to limit the number of words in the manuscript (excluding acknowledgement and references) to 8000 words as practiced by prominent journals.

The start of each paragraph is to be indented by 5 mm as in the template. All text should use Times New Roman with a font size of 10. Leave a blank space between the headings and the first line of text. There is no need for blank space between paragraphs.

A good introduction attempts to provide a storyline that connects all the components of the work together using the title of the manuscript as a guideline for continuity and connection between the components. Authors are encouraged to provide literatures that justifies the issues or problems addressed by the manuscript as well as providing proof that the proposed approach taken by the authors are scientifically and mathematically correct.

The introduction section should not just list literatures without purpose or use non-related literature sources. Critical but brief statements on the significance of each literature individually or in connection to one another is necessary. 

Citations should use the IEEE numbering format in brackets, ie. [1], [1-2] or [1] and [3]. A minimum of 30% of the references should be less than 5 years. Bulk referencing, ie. [1-5], is considered academically unethical.

2.0 Methodology

Reporting a design or simulation work requires a suitable structure to provide the readers with the necessary information about the considered factors, flow of the approach and relevancy of each procedure. Authors are adviced to plan a structure where the issues of design problems and specifications, conceived concepts, scientific and mathematical approaches, modelling framework and analyzed parameters are systematically provided and clearly justified. Apply Tables and Figures appropriately to assist the explanation.

Results and Discussion

In the first paragraph, it is advisable to provide a brief on the flow of the analysis presented in the section relative to the the questions or objectives addressed by the work.

Presentation of graphs or diagrams should be of high quality and consistent (ie. layout, font type and size, tickmarks, line types, symbols etc.).

A good discussion of results should have these elements:

1. Apply standard or accepted methods for graphs, diagrams and analysis as practiced by the area of study,

2. Presented with a structured continuity and focusing on answering the research questions,

3. Section the results or analysis systematically to build the argument or proof for the targeted outcome,

4. Discuss the results in detail and relate to the fundamentals of science and mathematics, or compare with existing results from literature, and

5. Provide conclusive statements about the analyzed parameters.


The aim of the conclusion is to systematically relate all the important aspects and information within the manuscript towards achieving the targeted objectives. Clearly state the main findings as well as its limitations. A good way to close the study is by positioning the results to the existing body of knowledge or by suggesting possible opportunities derived from the findings, either for academic studies or for real-world practices. The conclusion should not be more than one page in length.


Provide in full the details of any grants and funding institution that contribute to the generation of knowledge as presented in the manuscript.


Journal references should be according to IEEE format, which include all the surnames of authors and their initials, year of publication in parenthesis, full paper title within quotes, full or abbreviated title of the journal, volume number, issue number and pages. Examples below show the format for references including books and proceedings. The DOI of each reference is optional.

[1]       J. B. Caccese et al., “Head and neck size and neck strength predict linear and rotational acceleration during purposeful soccer heading,” Sport. Biomech., vol. 17, no. 4, pp. 462–476, 2018, doi: 10.1080/14763141.2017.1360385.

[2]        M. S. Sulaiman, W.A.N.W. Mohamed and B. Singh, “Experimental and theoretical study of thermoelectric generator waste heat recovery model for an ultra-low temperature PEM fuel cell powered vehicle,” Energy, vol. 179, pp. 628-646, 2019.

[3]        M. K. Ghosh and A. Nagraj, “Turbulence flow in bearings,” Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, vol. 218, no. 1, pp. 61 – 64, 2004.

[4]        P. N. Rao, “Manufacturing Technology Foundry”, in Forming and Welding, 2nd ed. McGraw Hill, Singapore, 2000, pp. 53 – 68.

[5]        D. Sarunyagate, Ed., Lasers. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1996.

[6]        Hutchinson, F. David and M. Ahmed, U.S. Patent No. 6 912 127, 28 June 2005.

[7]        J. Riley, "Call for new look at skilled migrants," The Australian, p. 35, May 31, 2005. [Online]. Available: Factiva, [Accessed May 31, 2005].


 Conflict of Interest

All authors are requested to disclose any actual or potential conflict of interest including any financial, personal or other relationships with other people or organizations within three years of beginning the submitted work that could inappropriately influence, or be perceived to influence, their work.

Authors are required to fill out and sign Conflict of Interest Disclosure Form.


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