Papers or writings to be submitted must comply with the following restrictions:

  1. The manuscript has never been published/published on other media.
  2. Manuscripts published in this journal include articles on: policies, research, thoughts, reviews of concepts/theories, new book reviews and other information related to issues in the field of information technology.
  3. Manuscripts must be submitted online through the journal's website. Authors must log in to submit manuscripts. For manuscript submission guidelines, see the online submission menu. Online registration is free of charge.
  4. The length of the manuscript is between 10 to 16 A4 pages (210 x 297 mm) with the manuscript format according to the template provided, including pictures, tables, not containing appendices. Manuscripts are written using Microsoft Word (.doc/.docx) with an upper limit of 30 mm, left and right 25 mm, and 25 mm for the lower border.
  5. Title, Abstract and Keyword written in Indonesian and English.
  • The maximum number of title words is 14 words with the following provisions: Calibri typeface with font size 14, single spaced, centered, bold (Bold) and capital letters for each word. If the title is too long, the editor reserves the right to edit the title without changing the meaning of the title, without the approval of the manuscript writer, when the manuscript will go to print.
  • It is recommended to write the title of the article using Indonesian which is in accordance with the Enhanced Spelling (EYD). If there are words in English, they are written in italic format.
  • Articles begin with Abstract and Digest. Abstract and Digest must not contain images or tables, right-left alignment, Calibri 12 letters, and single spaces. Abstract is written in English and the Digest is written in Indonesian.
  • Keywords contain four to eight words, separated by commas, left and right aligned, Calibri 12 letters, italics and single space. Keywords are chosen carefully, so that they can reflect the concepts contained in the article and help increase the accessibility of the article in question.
  1. The body of the manuscript must follow the following rules:
  • Written in one column format, right and left aligned, Calibri 12, spaced 1.
  • The systematics of writing an article must contain four main parts: (1) Introduction, (2) Main Content (Methodology and others), (3) Results and Discussion, and (4) Conclusion. References are placed at the very back. The chapter titles that must exist are Introduction and Conclusion. The Main Content chapter title describes the research method, but does not necessarily have the title Method or Methodology. Results and Discussion may be written in one chapter, or written in separate chapters.

       7. Maximum headings are created in 3 levels:

  • Heading 1: Heading level 1 must be in UPPERCASE, located on the left, Bold and using uppercase Arabic numeral. Level 1 headings that should not be numbered are "Acknowledgments" and "References". For example, “1. INTRODUCTION".
  • Heading 2: Heading closes to the left, Bold, capitalize each word and numbered according to the section. For example, "1.1. Section Heading".
  1. Figures and tables must be centered. Pictures are numbered using numbers.
  2. Mathematical equations must be written clearly, numbered sequentially, and accompanied by the required information. Example. (1)
  3. Quotations and References are written according to IEEE standards using a reference manager application such as Mendeley (see templates on the CESS website)
  • Quotations are numbered in the format [1], [2], [3], ... in the order they appear.
  • Wikipedia, personal blogs, and non-scientific websites are not allowed.
  • Primary references must be taken for a maximum of 5 years.
  1. More detailed writing instructions can be viewed and downloaded on the CESS website at section Download templates.