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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 OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, or RTF document file format.
  • Where available, URLs and/doi number for the references have been provided.
  • The manuscript has been made using the template (.doc) available in the Instruction for Author Guidelines.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.
  • The authors declare that there is not any conflict of interest in this manuscript.
  • The Authors declare that the manuscript has been reviewed by an English native speaker. (If your native language is not English, please get a native English-speaking colleague to carefully proofread your paper, before submission).
  • All authors included their ORCID numbers (https://orcid.org/) in the manuscript.

Author Guidelines

Submission of Papers: Manuscripts should be submitted to one of the following categories as defined in the journal Aims & Scope, and according to the respective sections (e.g. original article, review article, etc). The Editors will analyze previously and will forward for peer review (single-blind review). If you are not sure about to whom you should submit a manuscript, please submit it directly to Chief-Editor.

 

Categories:

  1. Chemical engineering and technology, and energy engineering
  2. Materials Science and Engineering
  3. Environmental Engineering
  4. University Extension Actions in Engineering

 

Types of papers (Sections of the journal)

The editorial team makes every effort to ensure that all manuscripts are fairly and independently reviewed.

  1. Original papers: these are manuscripts that have a special significance and are presented clearly and concisely. They are originals and are characterized by a significant novelty. No page number limits.
  2. Short communications: these are short manuscripts, they will be accepted for the early communication of original and important advances.  Such a manuscript should not exceed 7 pages, including figures and tables.
  3. Review articles: these are manuscripts aimed at describing recent progress in a specific research area (regarding a relevant topic within the scope of JSSE). Authors should concentrate on essential developments, to give a strong state of the art, discuss the most relevant papers and provide recommendations about the perspectives for that research field. The historical of available papers (evolution on time) should be considered within the body of the manuscript. Prospective authors of a review article should consult with the Team Editor to check the suitability of their proposal topic and manuscript before submission to JSSE. Please, keep the review paper concise and readable, as it is expected that our reviews be a reference for worldwide readers.
  4. Letters to Editors. These manuscripts are typically no longer than 1 page. The content raises technical and scientific questions regarding a published article of JSSE. These manuscripts will be considered for evaluation only if they contribute to a special consideration to a specific article that has already been published in JSSE. It is important to note that authors of the original research article will be allowed to publicly respond to any Letter-to-the-Editor.
  5. Perspectives and Opinions. They consist of short opinion papers addressing a key emerging research area. Such a manuscript should not exceed 5 pages, including figures and tables. They should balance the personal view of the authors and a discussion of recent results of great importance, and suggest new trends. This contribution is not mini-reviews, but a discussion that helps to identify new trends and developments in a given field.

Original Articles

Original Articles (no page limit)

Short communications

(Up to 7 pages)

Letter to the Editor

(up to 2 pages)

Review articles

A review article contains a systematic review of published articles and very relevant discussions and conclusions.

This section is dedicated to invited authors and experts in a specific field. However, if any other author feels prepared and is interested in submitting a review article to this section, please consult the Editor-in-chief before submission.

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