Author Guidelines

Author Guidelines

PUBLICATION RULES, PUBLICATION POLICY, GENERAL PRINCIPLES, AND SUBMISSION RULES

ARTICLE GENERAL WRITING RULES

All scientific responsibility of the manuscripts belongs to the author(s). The editor, co-editor and publisher do not accept any responsibility for the articles published in the journal.

ABBREVIATION OF JOURNAL NAME

International Journal of Pioneering Technology and Engineering/ IJPTE

EXPRESSION OF ‘‘ARTICLE IS NOT PUBLISHED ELSEWHERE’’

Each author should indicate to the editor on the presentation page that part or all of the manuscript is not published elsewhere and is not in the process of being evaluated in another journal at the same time. Oral or poster presentations presented at congresses should be indicated on the title page with the name of the congress, place, and date. All responsibility for the articles published in the journal (ethics, scientific, legal, etc.) belongs to the authors.

COPYRIGHT TRANSFER FORM

Copyright Transfer Form (Copyright Transfer form) can be obtained from the link. Copyright Transfer Form should be filled is in English. According to the 1976 Copyright Act, all kinds of publication rights of articles accepted for the publication belong to the publisher.

 

WRITING LANGUAGE CONTROL

The publication language of the journal is English, and the articles are accepted in only English. English articles and English Abstracts should be checked by a professional linguist before being submitted. The spelling and grammatical errors in the manuscript are corrected by our English language consultant and editorial committee.

 

ACCEPTANCE OF PUBLISHING

After the approval of the editors and referees, the publication date of the article is taken into consideration.

 

ARTICLE WRITING RULES

Manuscripts are one-spaced with Microsoft Word, and title titles (Abstract, Introduction, Material and Method, Results, Discussion, References, etc.) are written in 10 pt., other parts of articles are written in 9 pt., 2.5 cm space should be written at all directions. The writing style should be Times New Roman. “System International” (SI) units should be used. Figures, tables, pictures, and graphics should be referenced in the text. Abbreviations should be given in parentheses where the word first appears.  The review should not exceed 5000 words (excluding Abstract and References), research articles 5000 (excluding Abstract and References), case reports 3000 (excluding Abstract and References), letters to the editor should not exceed 1000 words (excluding References). Pages should be numbered from the abstract page.

 

Sections of Manuscript

  1. Title Page

The category of the article submitted at the beginning of the page should be indicated (research article, experimental study, case report, review, etc.). The names and surnames of all authors should be numbered after the superscript and numbered from 1, and they should be added under the names of the institutions, cities, and countries. On the title page, each author's Orcid ID should be his/her e-mail address. This page should include the Corresponding Author(s), name, full address, telephone and e-mail address.

  1. Article File

There should be no names of authors and institutions, only this information should be on the title page).

Title: There should be a short and clear title. It should not contain abbreviations and should be written in English only. English abstracts should be written. In research articles; abstract should not exceed 400 words. In the review, case reports and the like, Abstract; it should be short and one paragraph, and should not exceed 300 words in reviews and 250 words in case reports.

Keywords: English should be found at the end of the abstract. A minimum of 3 and a maximum of 6 should be written. Words should be separated by semicolons.

Figures, Photographs, Graphics, and Tables: It should be indicated at the end of the sentence where it is mentioned in the text, should not be placed in the text, and should be added to the end of the text after the references. Abbreviations used should be indicated in the description below. If previously printed figures, pictures, tables, and graphics are used, written permission must be obtained and this permission should be stated in the description of figures, pictures, tables, and graphics. The article should be passed by the authors for the academic plagiarism prevention program. The picture/photo should be in jpeg and at least 300 dpi resolution.

Text Sections: The text samples to be sent for publication are as follows.

Editorial Comment/Discussion: It is the evaluation of the original research articles published by the expert other than the authors. It is published before the articles in the journal.

Research Article: Prospective-retrospective and all kinds of experimental studies can be published. Abstract (approximately 400 words), Introduction, Material and Method, Results, Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgments (if necessary), References.

Review: Can be prepared by invited authors or directly. Abstract (approximately 300 words, unpartitioned, English only, and keywords), Main Text, References.

Case Report: These are rare or different articles in diagnosis and treatment. It should be supported with a sufficient number of photographs and diagrams. Abstract (approximately 250 words; no section; English only, and keywords), Introduction, Case report, Discussion, Conclusions.

Letter to the Editor: The articles that are published in the journal within the last year include a maximum of 1000 words containing various opinions, experiences and questions of the readers. There are no Title and Abstract sections. The number of references is limited to 5 (max. 10). It should be indicated which article (number, date) is dedicated and in the end there should be the name, institution, and address of the author. The answer to the letter is given by the editor or the author(s) of the article and published in the journal.

Relationship between Financial Support and Interest: At the end of the article, the persons and organizations that support the work, if any, and the relationships of interest of these organizations with the authors, if any, should be indicated. In the absence, “There is no person/organization that supports the study financially and the authors do not have any interest-based relationship” should be written.

Acknowledgments: If any should be written before references.

References: References should be written according to the order of arrival. If the number of authors in the source is 6 or less, all authors (surname and first name should be the first letter, the names of the authors should be separated by commas) should be specified; (‘’et al”), the name of the article (only the first letter of the sentence and the first letter of the special names will be capitalized), short journal name, year, volume, short page number (15-8, not 15-18) and a space between the punctuation marks. The list of references should only include studies that have been published or accepted for publication or have a Doi number.

Source Writing Examples

Excerpt from the journals;

Layek, J., Das, A., Mitran, T., Nath, C., Meena, R.S., Yadav, G.S., Shivakumar, B., Kumar, S., and Lal, R., Cereal+ legume intercropping: An option for improving productivity and sustaining soil health, Legumes for soil health and sustainable management, Springer. 347-386, 2018.

Excerpt from the book;

Boel, B., The European Productivity Agency and Transatlantic Relations 1953-1961 (Vol. 4): Museum Tusculanum Press, 2003.

Excerpt from the book, which is the only author and editor;

Ackland, T. R., Elliott, B., & Bloomfield, J. (2009). Applied anatomy and biomechanics in sport. Human Kinetics. Excerpt from the book with multiple authors and editors;

Excerpt from PhD / undergraduate thesis;

Kazan, H., Hybrid Single Shot Manufacturing of Multi-Materials Structure for Automotive Applications, Clemson University, 2019.

Excerpt from an internet site;

Site name, URL address, author names, access date should be given in detail.

Giving a Doi number;

Joos S, Musselmann B, Szecsenyi J. Integration of complementary and alternative medicine into the family market in Germany: Result of National Survey. Evid Based Complement Alternat Med 2011 (doi: 10.1093 / ecam / nep019).

Sponsorship Statement

Authors should declare if any, the roles of sponsors of the study:

  1. Design of study 2. Data collection, analysis, and interpretation of the results 3. Writing the report

CHECKLIST / CONTROL LIST

The checklist must be completed.

What should be in the article;

- Title Page

  • Ethical Status,
  • Conflict of Interest”
  • Orcid numbers and author information should be on this page.

-Manuscript WITHOUT Author Identifiers

- Copyright Transfer Form

-Reference endnote style

-Title Page 

- iThenticate report