NOTICE FOR CONTRIBUTORS
in the Journal of Mining and Earth Sciences
About the JMES. Journal of Mining and Earth Sciences (JMES) at the Hanoi University of Mining and Geology (HUMG), Vietnam publishes research articles in the fields of mining, earth sciences, oil and gas, mechanics, electro-electricity, automation, geodesy-cartography and land management, environment, information technology, and economic and business management.
Title of the article (size 14, Times New Roman) should illustrate the main topic of the research study, including the important variables.
Author’s address: (Full name of all authors, Affiliations, Country, size 10, Times New Roman)
Corresponding author’s address (Name, E-mail and Phone number, size 10, Times New Roman)
Abstract (size 11, Times New Roman, less than 300 words): The abstract usually contains a concise summary of the article under investigation, pertinent information on the participants, brief review of methodology, analyses, results and implications of the study.
Keywords (3-5 keywords, size 10, Times New Roman)
Main body of the article (Times New Roman, in size of 12): Sections in this part must be clearly numbered and consisted as follows:
Introduction: provides general information about the main idea, explaining the situation so the reader can make sense of the topic and the claims you make and support.
Problem Statement: state about an area of concern, a condition to be improved upon, a difficulty to be eliminated that exists in scholarly literature, in theory, or in practice that points to the need for meaningful understanding and deliberate investigation.
Methods: The purpose of the section is to provide a detailed description of how the study was conducted. Authors need to specify their participants and procedures to allow others to duplicate the study. Think of this section as being a recipe with an exact description for others to follow.
Results and Discussion: This section is to describe what was found after statistically analyzing the data. Authors typically report results of each hypothesis, in order as they appear to assist your comprehension. Additional analyses may be described if initial results suggested a new direction. Tables and figures are often used to convey important information in an organized manner. Also, the Discussion section reviews, interprets, and evaluates the results of the study
Conclusion: The following outline may help you conclude your article: restate your topic and why it is important, restate your claim, address opposing viewpoints and explain why readers should align with your position, call for action or overview future research possibilities.
Acknowledgement: if applicable
References: This section lists, in alphabetical order of family (last) name, the empirical studies mentioned throughout the article.
Disclaimer. The publisher, JMES, and Editors cannot be held responsible for errors or any consequences arising from the use of information contained in this journal.
Mathematics. All in-line equations must be typed as text and written by using Equation Editor or Math Type and numbered on the right. All variables in equations must be defined clearly. Use of graphics programs and equations editors should be avoided.
Figures. All drawings must follow technical drawing regulations and must not be bigger than 15x20cm. Maps of regions or nations must follow accepted standards with ratio. All drawings must be numbered and noted. Please supply figures as EPS or TIFF files. Please ensure that electronic artwork is prepared such that, after reduction, all lettering will be clear and easy to read.
Tables. Tables should be supplied in an editable format, e.g. word-processed files. They should be numbered consecutively with numerals. Tables should be typed as text. Vertical lines should not be used to separate columns.
Abbreviations and units. SI units are preferred
References. This section must be in orders: Author’s name, (year of publication). Title of journal article (conference article, book, report, thesis). Name of journal (conference, publisher…), Volume (issue if applicable), pages, date and location (for conferences, reports …), location of publication (for books). Note: If references are in Latin, please keep the original name. If references are in Slav, logograms, or Arabian, please translate their name and information into English and note their original language at the end. References should be list alphabetical order at the end of the article following standard form:
Tran, T.H., (2014). Numerical method for the determination of contact areas. Journal of Control 23(1), 23-30.
Tran, T.T., (2012). The importance role of university education. International journal of control 32(2), 123-132 (in Vietnamese).
Newman, A.B., (2001). Theory of linear control. Springer, London.
Nguyen, T.D. and Hou, J., (2016). Parallel computing for engineering application. The 2nd international conference on computation and applications, Norfolk, Virginia, 123-129.
Acceptance policy. Articles submitted to the JMES are accepted on the basis that meet the above-mentioned requirements and they have not been, and will not be, published anywhere should be considered for publication. On the other hand, submitted articles should be rejected and not be returned. Each article should be reviewed, commented, accepted for publication by at least one member of the Board of Editors and/or two reviewers.
Charge. A charge of $25(USD) per article will be applied and a charge of $5 per page will be applied for articles that are longer than 10 pages. In addition, authors of the articles supported by research grants will be asked to subsidize the publication of their articles.
Proofs. The corresponding author will receive an e-mail alert in order to confirm the final manuscripts and to allow publisher for copyright.
Offprints. Authors with articles published on the JMES shall receive one copy of the publication and shall receive all benefits listed by HUMG’s law.
JMES, (ISSN 1859-1469) is published in the months of February, April, June, August, October, December in a year. Mail address: Publishing office, Hanoi University of Mining and Geology, Room 308, C Building, No. 18 Vien Street, Duc thang ward, Bac Tu Liem Dist., Hanoi, Vietnam.