Kastamonu University Journal of Engineering and Sciences
(KUJES), issued two times a year, is an international peer-reviewed open access
journal which publishes original research articles in all areas of engineering
and sciences. KUJES aims to showcase researches that are scientifically
valuable, shed light on future and bring all aspects of positive sciences
Orchid ID is compulsory all authors need to put their ORCID ID number in manuscripts
KUJES ORCID ID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7321-8508
- The first letters of each word
in the title should be capital,
- The font should be Times New
Roman, sized 12 pt and bold.
All Author Names and Affiliations:
- The names of the authors under
the title should be written without any abbreviation,
- The first letter of the first
and last name should be capital,
- The font should be size 10 pt
and aligned in the middle,
- Comma should be used to
separate authors names,
- The number should be used as
the superscript (1, 2, 3, etc.) to specify affiliations,
- Corresponding author should be
flag with (*) symbol,
- The full addresses of the
authors should be written in lower case, aligned in the middle and italic,
- The full addresses should be
located just below of authors’ name,
- Corresponding author's e-mail
address should be located lower-left corner of the first page and indicated
with the symbol (*)
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- Abstract should be maximum 250 words,
- The font should be Times New Roman, sized 8 pt,
- It should contain maximum 5 keywords.
font should be Times New Roman, sized 10 pt, and lines should be spaced with
organization should be:
- Materials and Methods
- Discussion and Conclusion
- Acknowledgements (if necessary)
- Tables and figures should be appropriate size and they should be located
in text with proper locations.
In Text: Cite all references in text by numbers with box
brackets. Grouped text citations should be arranged from the earliest to most
recent year, alphabetized by name within the same year.
- Article: Ozgul
O, Koc H (2010). New records from Inner West Anatolia to the Turkish Limoniidae
(Insecta, Diptera) fauna. Journal Entomological Research
Society 12: 45–49.
- Book: Brown
C, Laland K, Krause J (2011). Fish Cognition and Behavior. 2nd ed. Oxford, UK:
- Chapter: Vassallo
AI, Mora MS (2007). Interspecific scaling and ontogenetic growth patterns of
the skull in living and fossil ctenomyid and octodontid rodents
(Caviomorpha:Octodontoidea). In: Kelt DA, Lessa E, Salazar-Bravo JA, Patton JL,
editors. The Quintessential Naturalist: Honoring the Life and Legacy of Oliver
P. Pearson. 1st
ed. Berkeley, CA, USA:
University of California Press, pp. 945–968.
- Conferences: Mitchell
D, Fuller A, Hetem RS, Maloney SK (2008). Climate change physiology: the
challenge of the decades. In: Morris S, Vosloo A, editors. Molecules to
Migration: The Pressures of Life. 4th Comparative Physiologists &
Biochemists Meeting in Africa; 19–25 July 2008; Maasai Mara, Kenya. Bologna,
Italy: Medimond Publishing Co., pp. 275–28
- Thesis: Watts
AJR (2012). Nutritional status and trophic dynamics of the Norway lobster
Nephrops norvegicus (L.). PhD, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK.
- Website: Zobodat (2013). Zobodat biodiversity data.
http://www.zobodat.at/E/runE/E/cacheE/beleg_suche.php>, Accessed on Jen 07,