About the Journal

Journal of Educational Engineering and Environment or JEEE for short is a two-month periodical journal (May and December) that contains various articles in the form of research, systematic reviews, and case studies in the fields of industrial engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, environmental engineering, civil engineering, and engineering education. The publication of the research journal JEEE aims to distribute the results of thoughts, conceptual ideas, case studies and research results. Authors who wish to submit their manuscripts to JEEE editors must adhere to the writing guidelines. If the submitted manuscript does not comply with the guidelines or is written in a different format, then the manuscript will be REJECTED by the editor before further review. Editors will only accept manuscripts that meet the specified format. All submitted manuscripts must be original and have never been published before and are not being submitted for publication elsewhere. All manuscript submitters must read and approve the contents of the manuscript, in addition to which any manuscripts from experimental studies reported have been carried out with the approval of the ethics committee and do not smell of sara. Articles that have been received by the editor will be processed according to the stages of the journal manager.

Articles will be assessed for due diligence by members of the editorial board and then submitted for external and internal reviewers. The selection of articles published in JEEE uses a double-blind peer-review system. The review process is carried out within a maximum of 1 month for one review. Manuscripts are submitted to peer-reviewed according to the field of research, and the editorial board makes decisions based on peer-reviewed reviews. Decisions by the editorial board can be classified into 4 categories, articles are accepted without improvement (Accepted Submission), articles need revision from the author before being accepted (Required Revision), authors must make fundamental improvements and the article will go through the review process again (Resubmit for Review), and articles cannot be accepted for publication (Decline Submission).

The author has one month to improve the article if it exceeds that limit automatically being deemed void and unpublished. The return of an article to the author for improvement does not mean that the article has been accepted for publication. After the revised text is received, a decision is made by the editorial board. The author should return the corrected text, along with responses to all comments from the reviewer. Simple corrections to text, images, or tables are not allowed at the final review stage.