Guide for Authors

All Manuscripts should be original research on any area in Communications and Information Technology. The submitted articles to IJCIT should not be sent simultaneously to another publication. With respect to the authors’ previously published work, material which has been copyrighted, published, or accepted for publication will not be considered for publication in IJCIT. Manuscripts should be submitted in IEEE journals double-column standard (find the template in; those submitted in a different shape will be returned to the corresponding author to reformat before review process being started.


Manuscript Structure:


The order of paper sections in the submitted manuscript should be as follows:

  •  Title page (required): This includes information that will be required during many steps of the submission process. It is repeated here to allow authors to cut and paste all required information. Title; Authors; Affiliations (noted by alphabetical superscripts after author names); 5 keywords or phrases that describe the content of the submission; Acknowledgements (optional), including funding details.
  • Main Document (required): Include abstract of up to 200 words, text, references, and tables (if tables are not included in a separate document). Please note that titles and abstracts should be clear, precise, and engaging, given that they will be the main way readers will decide whether to read your manuscript.
  •  Tables (optional; Tables may be included at the end of the Main Document if you wish): Tables should have enough information to be interpreted without reference to the text. Avoid abbreviations when possible or, when necessary, spell out abbreviations in a Note below the Table.
  • Figure (optional):
  •  Image (optional): photographs can be submitted using either Figure or Image designation.
  •  Bio (required): A short biosketch of author which indicates author affiliation and research interests.


All manuscripts submitted to IJCIT are peer reviewed by at least three reviewers and the final decision on publication is made based the received reviews by the Editor. Unless reviewers have failed to provide a review by the promised deadline, first round reviews are often finalized within 3 months. You are welcomed to contact the editor if you have not heard within 3 months.