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Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
    1. The article is original and does not contain limited, classified, patent-pending, or published elements in other journals in any language. Nor has it been submitted to another journal (or an explanation provided in Comments to the Editor).
    2. It has the title in both Spanish and English, centered with the 12-point Times New Roman font and in bold, all capitals, single-spaced, and does not exceed 80 characters including spaces.
    3. The maximum number of authors of the article is four and their affiliations, addresses and e-mails are properly identified with superscripts. The full names of the authors appear first and then all the surnames, centered below the title
    4. The article corresponds to the themes declared of interest by the magazine.
    5. It has an abstract in both Spanish and English, with an extension of 100 to 250 words and it reflects the most important aspects of the work.
    6. It has key words in Spanish and English.
    7. The file sent is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word or Latex format and corresponds to the journal's template.
    8. The references are updated and of high quality, mainly published in the last 5 years and coming from scientific journals.
    9. All references have been cited in the text and identified in the text in square brackets and grouped at the end of the text in the order of appearance.
    10. Web addresses have been added for the references where possible.
    11. References are expressed according to the IEEE standard.
    12. The length of the article is between 6 and 12 pages, including figures, tables and references.
    13. All figures, tables and figures in the text can be edited.
    14. The text is single-spaced, the font size is 10 points and all figures and tables are referred to and interspersed in the text, in their proper place and not at the end of the text.
    15. The wording is impersonal and abbreviations are omitted.
    16. Abbreviations appear with their meaning duly clarified
    17. Authors are encouraged to read the Committee on Publication Ethics-COPE flowcharts for bad practices in article writing, plagiarism, author changes, etc.

Author Guidelines

  • The articles require originality and scientific novelty so only articles that have not been submitted simultaneously or previously published in other scientific journals or events will be accepted.
  • Articles must be submitted in the established templates in .docx or latex compatible files. The templates are available for download here: (docx-English), (docx-Spanish), (latex-English), (latex-Spanish)
  • The journal's Editorial Board requires that articles comply with the formatting requirements specified in the template, so we suggest that you substitute your texts in the template. This will make it easier for you to prepare your work.
  • The process of sending articles will be carried out by e-mail in a first step, for which the main author or the one designated as the main contact for editorial correspondence, should send their work in the format specified in the second bullet above to
  • Thanks to the online journal management system we use (Open Journal Systems), the author will be able to follow the progress of his or her article through the different phases of the editorial process.
  • You can contact us through our email and send your written proposal clearly indicating: title of the article, a glossary of terms (no more than half a page), referenced images (no more than 200Kb), name of the authors, their photographs and the institution to which they belong, as well as some form of communication (telephone, fax or email).
  • For the work with the bibliographic references, these must be written according to the IEEE standard using the bibliographic manager's EndNote ( or Zotero (


These are documents that describe the original results of completed research projects. Their structure is the following: Introduction, Methods and Materials, Results, and Discussion. The recommended length is between 6 and 12 pages.

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