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Paper Format for the Proceeding QIR 2011

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Faculty of Engineering, University of Indonesia, Depok 16424
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Faculty of Engineering University of Indonesia, Depok 16424
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Your paper abstract should convey the importance of your research in a concise and logical manner. The
abstract is a synopsis of the original study that addresses the research problem, the information and
methods used to address this problem and your conclusions. It should present only key points without
exceeding a length of 200 words. The use of technical jargon and the citing of references should be
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This guide provides details to assist authors in preparing a paper for publication in QIR 2011 conference
proceedings so that there is a consistency among papers. These instructions give guidance on layout, style,
illustrations and references and serve as a model for authors to emulate. Please follow these specifications
closely as papers which do not meet the standards laid down, will not be published.
Manuscripts must be in English and prepared on A4 size paper (210mm X 297mm) in one column-format
with 2.5cm margins from top and bottom, and 1.5cm from left and right.
Centered at top of the first page should be the complete title of the manuscript. This is followed by the
abstracts under the heading ABSTRACT, keywords under the heading Keywords and not more than six.
The text should be typed in single space, using a font similar to the one used in this text (Times, 10 points).
Paragraphs should be separated by single spacing. Each manuscript should not exceed EIGHT (8) PAGES
including illustrations and tables. The paper must be submitted as WORD documents. For materials
engineering-related papers to be published in Journal of Advanced Materials Research, should be at
least 4 page length.
2.1 Sections and Subsections
Sections and subsections should be numbered and titled as 1, 2, etc. and 1.1, 1.2, 2.1, 2.2, 2.2.1, etc. Capital
letters should be used for the section titles. For subsections, the first letter of each word should be in capital
letter and followed by small letters.
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2.2 Abbreviations and Acronyms
Define abbreviations and acronyms the first time they are used in the text, even after they have already
been defined in the abstract. Abbreviations such as IEEE, SI, MKS, CGS, ac, dc, and rms do not have to be
defined. Abbreviations that incororate eriods should not have saces! "rite #C.$.%.S.,& not #C. $. %. S.&
Do not use abbreviations in the title unless they are unavoidable.
Figures should be labeled with "Figure" and tables with "Table" and should be numbered sequentially, for
example, Figure 1, Figure 2 and so on (refer to table 1 and figure 1). The figure numbers and titles should
be placed below the figures, and the table numbers and titles should be placed on top of the tables. The first
letter of the title should be placed in the middle of the page between the left and right margins. Tables,
illustrations and the corresponding text should be placed on the same page as far as possible. Otherwise
they may be placed on the immediate following page. Its size should be smaller than the type area.
Table 1: Center table captions above the tables.
solvent T (C) K2 (L mol
CDCl3 RT 21
CDCl3 20 57
CHCl3 10 74
CHCl3 20 58
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column. Equations must be typed, not inserted.
Z = c0 + c1 X1 + c2 X2 + c3 X3 + c4 X4 (1)
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authors4 names5 do not use #et al.& unless there are six authors or more. 6se a sace after authors7 initials.
3aers that have not been ublished, even if they have been submitted for ublication, should be cited as
#unublished& ,8-. 3aers that have been acceted for ublication should be cited as #in ress& ,9-.
Caitali1e only the first "ord in a aer title, excet for roer nouns and element symbols. 'or aers
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mar+s, li+e #this eriod.& A arenthetical statement at the end of a sentence is unctuated outside of the
closin( arenthesis Cli+e thisD. CA arenthetical sentence is unctuated "ithin the arentheses.D 6se the
"ord #"hereas& instead of #"hile& Cunless you are referrin( to simultaneous eventsD.
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6se the sin(ular headin( even if you have many ac+no"led(ments.
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Conferences proceedings shall be final. The authors should not treat any communication from the
Technical Committee members who reviewed their work as an undertaking to publish the paper.
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