Publication Ethics

Publication Ethics

This statement of academic publication ethics is based on the Regulation of the Head of LIPI Number 5 of 2014 concerning the Code of Ethics for Scientific Publications. The ethics of scientific publication upholds three ethical values ​​in publication, namely (i) Neutrality, which is free from conflicts of interest in publication management; (ii) Fairness, which grants authorship rights to those entitled as authors/writers; and (iii) Honesty, which is free from duplication, fabrication, falsification, and plagiarism (DF2P) in publication.

Publisher Responsibilities

  • Responsible for publishing manuscripts that have undergone the editing, review, and layout process in accordance with the rules of scientific journal publishing.
  • Responsible for ensuring academic freedom for Editors and Reviewers in carrying out their respective duties.
  • Responsible for maintaining privacy and protecting intellectual property and copyright, and editorial freedom.

Editor Responsibilities

  • Responsible for deciding on manuscripts worthy of publication based on requirements regarding defamation, copyright infringement, duplication, and plagiarism.
  • In the process of reviewing and accepting manuscripts, the editorial team is based on the principle of equal treatment in decision-making to publish manuscripts without discriminating against race, gender, religion, ethnicity, nationality, or political ideology of the authors.
  • Editors and the editorial team will not disclose any information about manuscripts or submitted manuscripts without the author's permission.
  • Unpublished manuscripts will not be used by editors for their own purposes and will be returned directly to the author.

Reviewer Responsibilities

  • Assist editors in making editorial decisions on submitted manuscripts.
  • Responsible for the recommendations of the reviewed manuscripts. Manuscript reviews are conducted objectively and supported by clear arguments.
  • Responsible for citations, references, duplication, and plagiarism in the reviewed manuscripts.
  • Always maintain the confidentiality of information and not use information from the reviewed manuscripts for personal gain.

Author Responsibilities

  • Presenting manuscript results of thought clearly, honestly, and without duplication and plagiarism.
  • Responsible for confirming the submitted manuscript.
  • Cite opinions and works of others that are quoted.
  • Write manuscripts ethically, honestly, and responsibly, following applicable scientific writing regulations.
  • Not objecting if their manuscript undergoes editing in the review and layout process without changing the substance or main ideas of the writing.