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Author Guidelines


Authors must prepare their papers using Microsoft Word, according to the guidelines and templates of ISCLO 2019, and then convert these files to PDF.
It is important to ensure that when you submit your paper, it is in its final form ready for publication, and has been thoroughly proofread. ISCLO 2019 does not copy edit nor reformat papers and will not send out author proofs prior to publication. Post-publication changes are not permitted, so please ensure that your paper has been checked for errors.
By submitting a paper an author and all co-authors are assumed to agree with the terms of the Proceedings License of ISCLO 2019. Please contact your conference organizer for submission instructions.

As general, please ensure the following rules for your paper:

  1. File Types: PDF
  2. Paper size is A4.
  3. Margins are 4 cm (top), 2.5 cm (left and right), and 2.5 cm (bottom).
  4. The paper includes the author name and affiliation (including country).
  5. There are no page numbers, or headers and footers, within the paper.
  6. The PDF is free of formatting errors (e.g. corrupt equations, missing or low-resolution figures), since conversion from Word to PDF can introduce formatting errors.
  7. Text is single spaced.
  8. The PDF file is editable and not password protected.
  9. All pages are portrait (landscape pages should be rotated).
  10. Reference lists are checked for accuracy.
  11. Figures are placed within the text, not collected at the end of the document.
  12. A thorough proofread is conducted to check the standard of English and ensure wording is clear and concise.
  13. Fonts using 10 size Times New Roman (TNR). Note that you are not allowed to use any other kind of fonts.
  14. Research notes have a maximum length limit of 6 pages including references. Additional pages will occur additional fees.


Essential guidelines

Please follow these essential guidelines when preparing your paper:

Basic guidelines for preparing a paper

Abstract. These guidelines (laid out in the recommended format of a published article) summarize the key requirements for an article to be published in the Conference. Articles will not be edited, proofread or have changes made to the layout; the submitted PDF will be used for both online and print. It is, therefore, the author’s responsibility to ensure that the content and layout are correct—no changes can be made after publication.

1. Key requirements

The following lists the essential requirements for an article to be published in SCBTII 2019: the page size should be A4; each page should have clear margins of 4cm (top), 2.5cm (left and right) and 2.5cm (bottom); all articles must contain an abstract; in the PDF format; use size 10 of Times New Roman font.

1.1. Key requirements

The title should be followed by a list of all authors’ names and their affiliations. The style for the names is initials (no periods) followed by the surname. The authors’ affiliations follow the author list. If there is more than one address then a superscripted number should come at the start of each address; each author should also have a superscripted number or numbers following their name to indicate which address, or addresses, are the appropriate ones for them. E-mail addresses may be given for any or all of the authors.
The abstract follows the list of addresses. The abstract text should be indented 2,5 cm from the left margin. As the abstract is not part of the text it should be complete in itself; no table numbers, figure numbers, references or displayed mathematical expressions should be included. It should be suitable for direct inclusion in abstracting services.

2. The text

The text of your article should start on the same page as the abstract. Any acknowledgments should be placed immediately after the last numbered section of the paper, and any appendices after the acknowledgments section. The length limit will be provided by the conference organizer.

3. Figures and tables

Figures and tables should be numbered serially and positioned (centred on the width of the page) close to where they are mentioned in the text, not grouped together at the end. Each figure and table should have a brief explanatory caption.

3.1. Colour figures

There are no restrictions on the use of colour in the online version of your article. However, you should bear in mind that any print version of your article is likely to be in black and white which may make coloured lines difficult to distinguish.

4. Supplementary data

We are happy for authors to submit supplementary data attachments to enhance the online versions of published articles. Supplementary data enhancements typically consist of video clips, animations or supplementary data such as data files, tables of extra information or extra figures.

5. References

Online references will be linked to their original source or to the article within a secondary service such as INSPEC or ChemPort wherever possible. To facilitate this linking extra care should be taken when preparing reference lists.
A complete reference should provide enough information to locate the article concerned in print or electronic form. If you are unsure of a particular journal’s abbreviated title it is best to leave the title in full. The terms loc. cit. and ibid. should not be used.

5.1. References

References to printed journal articles should typically contain:

1. the authors, in the form: family name (only the first letter capitalized) followed by initials with no periods after the initials;
2. the year of publication;
3. the article title (optional) in lower case letters, except for an initial capital;
4. the journal title (italic and abbreviated). Parts denoted by letters should be inserted after the journal in Roman type;
5. the volume number in bold type;
6. the article number or the page numbers.

5.2. A typical (numerical) reference list

[1] Strite S and Morkoc H 1992 J. Vac. Sci. Technol. B 10 1237
[2] Gusev A A et al 2011 J. Phys.: Conf. Series 291 012052
[3] Kurata M 1982 Numerical Analysis for Semiconductor Devices (Lexington, MA: Heath)
[4] Kunze K 2003 T-duality and Penrose limits of spatially homogeneous and inhomogeneous
cosmologies Phys. Rev. D 68 063517 (Preprint gr-qc/0303038)
[5] Milson R, Coley A, Pravda V and Pravdova A 2004 Alignment and algebraically special
tensors Preprint gr-qqc/0401010
[6] Caplar R and Kulisic P 1973 Proc. Int. Conf. on Nuclear Physics (Munich) vol 1
(Amsterdam: North-Holland) p 517
[7] Kuhn T 1998 Density matrix theory of coherent ultrafast dynamics Theory of Transport
Properties of Semiconductor Nanostructures (Electronic Materials vol 4) ed E Sch ̈oll
(London: Chapman and Hall) chapter 6 pp 173–214

Guidelines for preparing reference lists

1. References

As part of the production system for Journal of Physics: Conference Series, online versions of all reference lists will, wherever possible, be linked electronically using CrossRef. Consequently, it is vitally important for all the references to be accurate and to be carefully formatted using the guidelines below, enabling your paper to be available online with the minimum of delay.
A complete reference should provide the reader with enough information to locate the article concerned, whether published in print or electronic form, and should, depending on the type of reference, consist of:
1. name(s) and initials;
2. date published;
3. title of journal, book or other publication;
4. titles of journal articles may also be included (optional);
5. volume number;
6. editors, if any;
7. town of publication and publisher in parentheses for books;
8. the page numbers.
For Journal of Physics: Conference Series, please use the Vancouver numerical system where references are numbered sequentially throughout the text. The numbers occur within square brackets, like this [2], and one number can be used to designate several references. The reference list gives the references in numerical, not alphabetical, order.
Points to note
There should be a 5 mm gap between the reference number (e.g., ‘[8]’) and the start of the reference text. Second and subsequent lines of individual references should be indented by 5 mm. For example:
[1] Aderhold J, Davydov V Yu, Fedler F, Klausing H, Mistele D, Rotter T, Semchinova O, Stemmer J and Graul J 2001 J. Cryst. Growth 222 701
The authors should be in the form surname (with only the first letter capitalized) followed by the initials with no periods after the initials. Authors should be separated by a comma except for the last two which should be separated by ‘and’ with no comma preceding it.
The article title (if given) should be in lower case letters, except for an initial capital, and should follow the date.
The journal title is in italic and is abbreviated. If a journal has several parts denoted by different letters the part letter should be inserted after the journal in Roman type, e.g. Phys. Rev. A. Both the initial and final page numbers should be given where possible. The final page number should be in the shortest possible form and separated from the initial page number by an en rule ‘– ‘, e.g. 1203–14, i.e. the numbers ‘12’ are not repeated. References to printed journal articles. A normal reference to a journal article contains three changes of font (see table 6).

Table 6. Font styles for a reference to a journal article.

Authors, dateRoman type
Article title (optional)Roman type
Journal titleItalic type
Volume numberBold type
Page numbersRoman type

Here are some examples taken from published papers:
[1] Strite S and Morkoc H 1992 J. Vac. Sci. Technol. B 10 1237
[2] Nakamura S, Senoh M, Nagahama S, Iwase N, Yamada T, Matsushita T, Kiyoku H and
Sugimoto Y 1996 Japan. J. Appl. Phys. 35 L74

1.1. References to preprints. For preprints there are two distinct cases:
1. Where the article has been published in a journal and the preprint is supplementary reference information. In this case it should be presented as:
[1] KunzeK2003T-duality and Penrose limits of spatially homogeneous and inhomogeneous cosmologies Phys. Rev. D 68 063517 (Preprint gr-qc/0303038)

2. Where the only reference available is the preprint. In this case it should be presented as
[1] Milson R, Coley A, Pravda V and Pravdova A 2004 Alignment and algebraically special tensors Preprint gr-qc/0401010

1.2. References to electronic-only journals. In general article numbers are given, and no page ranges, as most electronic-only journals start each article on page 1.
• For SISSA journals the volume is divided into monthly issues and these form part of the article number
[1] Horowitz G T and Maldacena J 2004 The black hole final state J. High Energy Phys. JHEP02(2004)008

1.3. References to books, conference proceedings and reports. References to books, proceedings and reports are similar to journal references, but have only two changes of font (see table 7).

Table 7. Font styles for references to books, conference proceedings and reports.

Authors, dateRoman type
Book titleItalic type
EditorsRoman type
Place (city, town, etc.) of publication or publisherRoman type
Volume, Page numbersRoman type

Points to note
• Book titles are in italic and should be spelt out in full with initial capital letters for all except minor words. Words such as Proceedings, Symposium, International, Conference, Second, etc should be abbreviated to Proc., Symp., Int., Conf., 2nd, respectively, but the rest of the title should be given in full, followed by the date of the conference and the town or city where the conference was held. For Laboratory Reports the Laboratory should be spelt out wherever possible, e.g. Argonne National Laboratory Report.
• The volume number, for example vol 2, should be followed by the editors, in a form such as ‘ed A J Smith and P R Jones’. Use et al if there are more than two editors. Next comes the town of publication and publisher, within brackets and separated by a colon, and finally the page numbers preceded by p if only one number is given or pp if both the initial and final numbers are given.
Examples taken from published papers:
[1] Sze S M 1969 Physics of Semiconductor Devices (New York: Wiley–Interscience)
[2] Dorman L I 1975 Variations of Galactic Cosmic Rays (Moscow: Moscow State University
Press) p 103
[3] Caplar R and Kulisic P 1973 Proc. Int. Conf. on Nuclear Physics (Munich) vol 1
(Amsterdam: North-Holland/American Elsevier) p 517
[4] Szytula A and Leciejewicz J 1989 Handbook on the Physics and Chemistry of Rare Earths
vol 12, ed K A Gschneidner Jr and L Erwin (Amsterdam: Elsevier) p 133
[5] Kuhn T 1998 Density matrix theory of coherent ultrafast dynamics Theory of
Transport Properties of Semiconductor Nanostructures (Electronic Materials
vol 4) ed E Schöll (London: Chapman and Hall) chapter 6 pp 173–214

2. Reference lists

Up to ten authors may be given in a particular reference; where there are more than ten only the first should be given followed by et al. Abbreviations of the names of periodicals used by IOP Publishing are usually the same as those given in British Standard BS 4148: 1985. If an author is unsure of an abbreviation it is best to leave the title in full. The terms loc. cit. and ibid should not be used.
Unpublished conferences and reports should generally not be included in the reference list and articles in the course of publication should be entered only if the journal of publication is known. A thesis submitted for a higher degree may be included in the reference list if it has not been superseded by a published paper and is available through a library; sufficient information should be given for it to be traced readily.

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Authors must prepare their papers using our Microsoft Word template, and then convert it to PDF format for submission:

Publication Opportunity

Conference proceeding will be published ini CRC Balkema (Taylor & Francis Group).

Selected papers will be considered to be published in our affiliate journal:

  • Jurnal Manajemen Indonesia (National-Accredited Journal).


Participant Benefits

  1. Seminar Kit
  2. Material Hand Out (in USB flashdisk)
  3. 2 Coffee Break and 1 Lunch (on the conference date)
  4. Certificate of Participant/Presenter
  5. The opportunity to enhance the research collaboration with fellow researcher


Submission Preparation Checklist

  1. The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another conference for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Director).
  2. The submission file is in PDF format, editable and not password protected.
  3. The text is single-spaced; uses a 10-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); has a maximum length limit of 6 pages including references; and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  4. The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines, which is found in About the Conference.
  5. If submitting to a peer-reviewed track of the conference, authors' names are removed from submission, with "Author" and year used in the bibliography and footnotes, instead of authors' name, paper title, etc.
  6. Email Notification: Each submissions requires an active email address for correspondency purposes. Notifications will be sent to your registered email. Please make sure to check your SPAM folder if you did not receive any notification upon submission or registration.

Copyright Notice

Authors who submit to this conference agree to the following terms:
a) Authors retain copyright over their work, while allowing the conference to place this unpublished work under a Creative Commons Attribution License, which allows others to freely access, use, and share the work, with an acknowledgement of the work's authorship and its initial presentation at this conference.
b) Authors are able to waive the terms of the CC license and enter into separate, additional contractual arrangements for the non-exclusive distribution and subsequent publication of this work (e.g., publish a revised version in a journal, post it to an institutional repository or publish it in a book), with an acknowledgement of its initial presentation at this conference.
c) In addition, authors are encouraged to post and share their work online (e.g., in institutional repositories or on their website) at any point before and after the conference.

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