Science and Medical Research

  • NYCSEF seeks to publish innovative scholarly manuscripts on science(Biology, Chemistry, Physics relevant subjects) and medical research.
  • Also we accept environmental and energy research.
  • Students must be in 9th to 12th grad or college and be currently enrolled in science-related courses in a public school, a private school, or a homeschool.

Math and Engineering

  • In this category, student’s projects need to apply mathematical or computational science knowledge to submit the research paper.
  • Also categories relevan to engineering such as mechanical, chemical, electrical engineering or materials study can be in the right category.
  • Students must be in 9th to 12th grad or college and be currently enrolled in math or coputer-related courses in school.

Human and Social Study

  • A paper that emphasizes any human, social, philosophy, business, or economy can be submitted.
  • Social science phenomenon as a major cause or effect can be the journal’s domain as well.
  • Additionally, NYCSEF features articles that contribute in some way to the improvement of general knowledge or empirical theory defined broadly.

 

Paper Submission

  • NYCSEF accepts applications on a rolling basis but all the final papers and supporting documentation must be submitted by the due date (5/20 or 10/20).
  • Due dates are May 20th for the first volume and October 20th for the second volume of the year.
  • If it is eventually accepted, your paper will be published online in an average of 2 months of receipt of a final accepted version.
  • Please sign up(register) first and sign in(log in) to submit your research paper.

Student Eligibility

  • Students must attend school in the US or overseas in order to apply to the 2019 NYCSEF Challenges.
  • Students must be in 9th to 12th grade or college
  • For the projects with a group component, the student individually must have completed a major component of the project in order to be considered.
  • The research must be new research or projects that need to be continued from previous years.
Summer Intership

  • Cancer and Stem Cell Research at Columbia University and UC Berkeley
  • Device models: mechanical, electromagnetic, acoustic
  • Device-tissue interactions: biomechanics
  • Biofluids, bioheat transfer and bioelectromagnetics
  • Tissue/organ function models
  • Image-based modeling for personalized medical device design