JASEE Journal of Application and Science on Electrical Engineering conducts peer-review standards to improve the quality of publications and the effectiveness of the review process. Peer review standards are evaluated to find the best results for the publication of articles and editorial processes with integrity and responsibility.

The JASEE is highly concerned about considerations in the peer review process, including

  • The peer-review process is a valuable contribution to improving the quality of articles. It provides insight, advice, and guidance to the Editor to assist in making decisions about the article's publication.
  • Peer review can contribute their experience to provide a critical review of a manuscript on novelty, primary references, and research roadmap.
  • Peer review is part of the educational communication process between editors, reviewers, and authors. It facilitates mutual care, compassion, and fostering to develop scientific development, produce development policy concepts and uphold the dignity of humanity and civilization

All manuscripts published in the JASEE are subjected to a full peer review through the stages below:

  • The Editor evaluates all submitted manuscripts regarding the administrative process and its compliance with meeting author guidelines, which is suitable for the scope and substance of the manuscript. The Editor carefully reviews each manuscript to ensure it is appropriate for the journal and has a high chance of receiving favorable reviews. Editorial board members provide insight and advice to the Editor in chief to select and assign qualified reviewers.
  • All submitted manuscripts will be thoroughly peer-reviewed by at least two qualified experts. In addition, editors will seek additional reviews when needed depending on the features and substance of the manuscript. Reviewers conduct a review process based on scientific reasons to examine the importance of the manuscript, academic writing skill, novelty, originality, method, research findings, and research implication (the evaluation form).
  • All processes are in a double-blind peer review and are managed by the Editor at OJS. Peer review procedures were carried out through OJS (download the reviewer guidelines), and the review results were returned to the Editor.
  • Within one month after the submission, the Editor in chief or the appointed editorial board then decides whether to accept, reject or revise the manuscript based on the comments and assessment from the reviewer. The decision results can be complemented by the Editor's considerations and comments, particularly the necessity to exhibit the novelty, update literature, sharpen the problem formulation, explore the discussion, complete the research implications, and confirm the conclusions of achieving the research objectives. The author can correct or revise the manuscript within one month after the decision is sent.

The revised manuscript of the authors is reevaluated to whether it meets the comments of reviewers and editors. Manuscripts that are declared feasible shall be examined again by the Editor in chief and editorial board to carry out the copyediting process. During the copyediting process, the Editor reserves the right to edit the article for format consistency without changing the substance of the manuscript. The results of the copyediting process are notified to the author to obtain final substance feedback. The technical Editor employs the layout and proofreading work in the following procedure. With the Editor's approval in chief, the technical Editor prepares the article issue through the galley format for the impress article before the article is officially published. All editing processes are operated at OJS and can be monitored by the author.

In some instances, the Editor can reevaluate the manuscript to clarify the manuscript or published article to meet ethical standards. The Editor can also contact the author to clarify matters to ensure that research activities have worked well and those publication decisions are free of interest. Furthermore, the Editor has a decision to withdraw the published manuscript because the manuscript is considered conclusively not meeting publication standards (refer to Elsevier policy). The decision includes article withdrawal, retraction, removal, and replacement depending on the case and evidence of violations of standards and ethics.