Author Guidelines


Journal of Informatics and Communication Technology (JICT) is a scientific journal published by Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian Masyarakat (LPPM) of Institut Teknologi Telkom Jakarta, Indonesia. The JICT covers the field of informatics, Telematics (Telecommunications and Information Technology). The first published will be in May 2019 for an online version. The JICT aims to disseminate research results and improve the productivity of scientific publications. The JICT is published twice a year in May and December. Starting in 2021, JICT will use English as the primary language.

2. General Guidelines

General guidelines for writing in Journal of Informatics and Communication Technology (JICT) are as follows :

  • Written in English
  • The length of the submitted paper is at least 6 pages and no more than 12 pages. If the number of pages is more than 12 will incurred extra charges
  • Make sure that your paper is prepared using the Manuscript Template and Copyright Transfer Form when if it accepted
  • At least 10 references with 80% coming from the original research article (Journal)

3. Guidelines for The Manuscript Body Text

Scientific articles will be published in the Journal of Informatics and Communication Technology (JICT) must follow the rules of writing on the paper body. The rules follow the pattern of IMRAD (Introduction, Method, Result, and Discussion) added the last section is the conclusion section.
Title: The title should be concise and indicate the identity of the subject, the research objectives, and keywords.
Author name: The author's name without academic degrees and not preceded by the word "by" followed by the name of the institution, address of the institution, and contact email.
Abstract: Abstract should describe the entire content of the article with a maximum of 250 words. It is not allowed references to figures and tables. it is written in a straightforward, concise, and must include:

  • Background (optional, one or two sentences)
  • Research objective
  • Method
  • Result
  • Conclusion

Keywords: Use keywords that can describe the content of the article. It is written in 3 to 5 words.

Introduction: Basically, the introduction provides general background research, literature review (state of the art), originality of research (gap analysis), and research objectives. In the literature review, there are at least five articles reviewed briefly that can justify the novelty of the research.

Method: In the methods, the section provides a summary of the methods used, such as the subjects studied, tools and materials used, model or design used, sampling technique, the measured variable, analysis, and statistical models used.

Result: In the results, the section contains the presentation of the results of the research that can be illustrated using tables or figures to clarify the presentation of the results verbally. The data presented is data that is processed, not raw data.

Discussion: material discussion is mainly concerned, with whether the results are consistent with the hypothesis or not, and putting forward the argument.

Conclusion: write the conclusions of the research that has been done and future works. The conclusion must answer the purpose of the study or hypothesis. Write the conclusion briefly and clearly. Do not discuss it again at the conclusion. Do not use Bullet / Numbering.

4. The Guidelines for Citations and References

Style referral source citations in Journal of Informatics and Communication Technology (JICT)) Paper using one-column style. It is advisable to use reference management software such as Mendeley, EndNote, Zotero, and others.