Journal of Applied Science and Engineering (JASE) is included in Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI), COMPENDEX PLUS (EI), and SCOPUS, accepting original research articles in all disciplines of science and engineering. Manuscripts are submitted through Online Submission & Peer Review Service for review with the understanding that they have not been published elsewhere. The author(s) will be responsible for proofreading the paper. All copyright ownership of the paper will belong to the Journal once it is published. Additional reprints can be purchased if ordered.
Important Information for Manuscript formatting and JASE requirements before submission
- Cover letter. In the letter, the authors should identify the research categories of the manuscript. Also, four reviewers with their academic email addresses (with at least two from countries other than yours) should be suggested for your manuscript. Please include up to date information on the academic email address, title, and the institution of the suggested reviewers.
- Article types. Please check the journal's requirements with regard to article types.
- General. Manuscripts must be in a double-spaced one-column format with wide margins. A 12 pt Times new Romans font is required. To facilitate the review process, the continuous line numbers should be inserted in the text of the manuscript. Both templates for WORD format and Latex format are available for download above.
- Paper Length. The Editors generally encourage brevity for all Research Papers. Please keep the word counts below 7000 words for research papers. Word counts include text, references, figures, and tables. Each figure or table should be considered equal to 300 words.
- File format. Both Word and PDF are the acceptable formats for submission. For the final version after being accepted, we accept Word file or Latex format.
- Manuscript Title page. Including title and all contact details of the authors (Institution, Full postal address, Fax Number, and Email address) with the corresponding author identified. Titles should include sufficient detail but be limited below 80 characters (including spaces).
- Abstracts. Abstracts should not exceed 250 words, and should not contain any references.
- Keywords. 4-6 keywords must be included on a separate line below the main abstract. Avoiding keywords already used in the title to optimize searching.
- Text. All Images, Figures, and Tables are embedded in the manuscript file where cited. Follow this order when composing manuscripts: Title, Authors, Affiliations, Abstract, Keywords, Text, Acknowledgements, References, Appendix.
- Illustrations. All illustrations, including figures and tables, must be professionally rendered and suitable for reproduction. Words, numbers, and symbols should be large and clear enough to remain legible when the figure is reduced to column width (approx. 8 cm). Each table should have a brief, concise title, and indicate units clearly.
- Equations and Mathematical Formulas. Equations should be typed and numbered serially on the right-hand side by Arabic numerals in parentheses, and camera-ready. Superscripts and subscripts should be indicated clearly.
- Nomenclature. All symbols and units in English or Greek might be indicated of their meaning and dimensions in the text and/or in a list in alphabetical order.
- References. It is the author’s responsibility to ensure the accuracy of the references. Please make sure that the references are in the correct order in the text. All references should be indicated consecutively in the text by square brackets (for example, [1-3, 5, 8-10]). The complete list of references should be collected at the end of the paper in the following Chicago Style citation format:
 Li, C. W., M. M. Benjamin, and G. V. Korshin, (2000) “Use of UV Spectroscopy to Characterize the Reaction between NOM and Free Chlorine,” Environmental Science and Technology 34(12), 2570-2575.
 Benjamin, M. M., (2002) Water Chemistry, 1st ed., McGraw-Hill, New York, Chapter 3.
 Li, C. W., C. H. Chiu, Y. C. Lee, C. H. Chang, Y. H. Lee, and Y. M. Chen, (2008) Integration of Ceramic Membrane and Compressed Air-Assisted Solvent Extraction (CAXE) for Cr(VI) Recovery, Proc. of 2008 IWA North American Membrane Research Conference, Amherst, U.S.A., 101-108.
14. Units. Use SI units.
15. Reviewing Policy. Once a manuscript submitted, technical checking will be performed to make sure of the manuscript's composition and arrangement against the journal’s Author Guidelines. Plagiarism checking using commercial software (Turnitin) will be also conducted. Manuscript with a score of > 20% in the similarity index will be rejected. The EIC checks the content and appropriateness of the manuscript for the journal and assigns AE who will handle the peer review process. Each manuscript needs at least two reviewers, who should give an honest and exact analysis of the research. The main role of the reviewers is to analyze the merits and the demerits and to provide necessary suggestions to increase the quality of the work.