Guideline for Review Article
GUIDELINES FOR REVIEW ARTICLES
1. The first author or corresponding author must have an h-index of at least 12.
2. The review must be informative yet concise, critical and in-depth, address novel aspects or concepts, highlight future perspectives and have the potential to attract a wide audience.
3. The authors should have considerable expertise in the subject of the review and can demonstrate this in the form of at least a few original publications.
4. The Journal will generally not consider review articles from postgraduate students or authors who fail to demonstrate his/her expertise in the subject.
5. At least 50% of the cited references should be not older than 5 years.
Authors who are able to meet these requirements are welcome to send an email to the Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Wasu Pathom-aree, at <email@example.com> together with the following documents:
(1) The title of the proposed review which should be short and concise with no more than 8 keywords.
(2) An abstract of the proposed review comprising not more than 250 words.
(3) The author’s CV together with a list of publications, marking those original publications that are relevant to the topic of the proposed review.
(4) A brief outline highlighting the novel aspects of the proposed review.
(5) An explanation of the main differences between the proposed review and previously published related reviews.