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Author Guidelines

Performa: Media Ilmiah Teknik Industri is associated with the scientific field of Industrial Manufacturing Engineering and Management. The coverage of themes published in this journal is shown in the Focus and Scope section.

Authors who publish articles must use journal templates and pay attention to writing instructions. Manuscripts not adhering to the instructions will be returned for revision without review. The Chief Editor reserves the right to return manuscripts that are not prepared in accordance with the Performa: Media Ilmiah Teknik Industri’s guidelines.

General Instructions

  • Articles may be written in Indonesian or English. 

  • Manuscripts written in Indonesian should be in accordance with the General Guidelines for Indonesian Spelling (PUEBI). 

  • Articles should be written using Microsoft Word file format (doc/docx). We do not accept other formats like LaTex or PDF.

  • The number of pages should be between 10 - 15 pages, including references.

Manuscript Format

Manuscript sections are written in the following order:


Author Profile

Abstract and Keywords

1. Introduction

2. Research Method

3. Results and Discussion

4. Conclusion

Acknowledgments (If Any)


The detailed explanation of the manuscript parts is as follows:


The title should be a maximum of 15 words using the title case format and accurately represent the problem to be discussed. It should not allow for various interpretations or contain uncommonly used abbreviations.

Author Profile

All authors' names should be written in full excluding academic titles. Information on each author's institution should be included in addition to their email addresses. Put an asterisk symbol (*) for the correspondence author's email.

Abstract and Keywords

The abstract is written in 2 languages, namely Bahasa and English, containing 100 to 250 single-spaced words. It must be written in one paragraph and contains background, objectives, methods, results, and conclusions. References, non-standard or uncommon abbreviations should be avoided, but if essential, must be defined at their first mention in the abstract. Keywords should not be more than 5 words or phrases not included in the title and arranged in alphabetical order. The keywords should represent the content and highlight of the article. Use only those abbreviations that are firmly established in the field. e.g. ISO.

1. Introduction

The introductory section contains the background of the research, reviews, and research objectives. The introductory section only consists of one chapter and is not divided into several sub-chapters. Write state-of-the-art in this section for indicating the novelty and how it contributed to previous research. If necessary, use a table that shows its relationship with your study.

2. Research Method

This section contains an explanation of how the research was conducted. The stages and methods need to be explained in detail to make it easier for readers to understand the research flow. In this section, the author can list the mathematical equations used in the analysis.

3. Result and Discussion

In this section, it is necessary to explain the results or findings of the research conducted. Discussions also need to be carried out in detail, highlighting the interesting finding that supports the research contribution. A good discussion also needs to compare the results obtained from other studies using tables, graphs, or pictures.

4. Conclusion

The conclusion must answer the research objectives, describe the important results obtained, explain the associated limitations, and determine the agenda for future research. This section is written in paragraphs and not in bullet points.


Authors can write acknowledgment to people who helped in conducting the research and publication or institutions that assisted in funding the research and publication.


The reference should be arranged alphabetically and typed in one space. Use primary references, such as journals, proceedings, or books.  Ensure any literature listed in the reference is cited in the article. Uncited literature is not allowed to be written in this section. Reference must be up to date with the proportion >80% is the last 10 years. Classical works can be referred to but not compare the discussion or prove originality. Ensure the format is the 7th edition of the APA style. It is highly recommended to utilize the reference management provided by the Mendeley application, EndNote, or Microsoft Word.

Citation in text: use the 7th edition of the APA style (name, year) citation technique, for example: “Sutopo and Kusuma (2014) state ….” at the initial of a sentence; whereby citations mentioned at the end of the sentence using one or more resourses can be written as follows: “.... (Zarandi and Prasetya, 2007)”, or “.... (Handayani and Puji, 2009; Jawahir and Susatyo, 2010; Ahmad and Yuniawati, 2014)”. In citations, if there are more than two authors, use et al. Additionally, it is recommended to use the reference tools provided by Mendeley, EndNote, or Microsoft Word to ensure no citation sources are missed in the references list.

Examples of tools used in writing references are as follows:

Journal Article: 

Ashing-Giwa, K. T., Padilla, G., Tejero, J., Kraemer, J., Wright, K., Coscarelli, A., Clayton, S., Williams, I., & Hills, D. (2004). Understanding the breast cancer experience of women: A qualitative study of African American, Asian American, Latina, and Caucasian cancer survivors. Psycho‐Oncology, 13(6), 408-428.

Web Page

American Nurses Association. (n.d.). Disaster preparedness.

News Article

Cresell, J., & Kaplan, S. (2019, November 24). How Juul hooked a generation on nicotine. The New York Times. 


Schmidt, N. A., & Brown, J. M. (2017). Evidence-based practice for nurses: Appraisal and application of research (4th ed.). Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC.

Book Chapter with Editor(s): 

McCormack, B., McCance, T., & Maben, J. (2013). Outcome evaluation in the development of person-centered practice. In B. McCormack, K. Manley, & A. Titchen (Eds.), Practice development in nursing and healthcare (pp. 190-211). John Wiley & Sons.

Online News/Magazine Article:

Kennedy, M. (2018, October 15). To prevent wildfires, PG&E pre-emptively cuts power to thousands in California. NPR. 

Online Report: 

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. (2017, January). Key indicators of health by service planning area 

Suggestion: Use the Mendeley application to make it easier to conduct the citation process and create a reference list.

Template file could be downloaded from the link:

  1. Template Indonesia
  2. Template in English


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 manuscript has not been published and is not being submitted for publication in another journal.
  2. Articles submitted to the Performa journal must be plagiarism-free. According to the U.S. Federal Policy on Research Misconduct (, plagiarism is the process of taking peoples’ ideas, processes, results, and statements without proper acknowledgment/citation to the original owners. We will use the Turnitin tool to check the level of similarity of article manuscripts, which should not exceed 20%.
  3. All authors agree to the process of submitting articles to the Performa journal in accordance with the author's name and authorship's order. According to the ICMJ Recommendation 2013 (, authorship of articles is based on the following criteria:

    • Contribution to the research concept or design; 
    • Analysis or interpretation of data; 
    • Preparation of research or improvements made for intellectual content purposes;
    • Final approval of the articles to be published; and e) responsible for all aspects of the research.
  4. Issues related to authorship, such as the name of authors and order, must be resolved by fellow authors before articles are submitted to the Performa journal. This is because authorship changes are not permitted after submitting the article to the journal.
  5. Articles submitted to the Performa journal must be free of conflicts of interest. Therefore, if there is a conflict of interest related to the publication of the article, the author is responsible for its resolution in the future.
  6. Manuscript files in Microsoft Word format are made by following the guideline of the journal Performa: Media Teknik Industri. The templates can be downloaded here: 


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