STEM Submissions

Considerations for Natural Science Submissions

Research in the natural sciences involves rigorous experimentation and observation. The documentation of such procedures is critical to the reliability of the results. Careful language should be used to document methods, and resulting data should be presented as intuitively and cleanly as possible. 

Relevant fields include biology, chemistry, physics, astronomy, material science, geology, ecology, neuroscience, and the environmental sciences. 

Considerations for Technology Submissions 

Great technological research seeks to answer big questions about computer science and shape its extensive impact on the modern world. Research articles in this field must take care to clearly explain the design and novelty of the work without losing sense of the applications. 

Relevant fields include various divisions of computer science, such as artificial intelligence, computer architecture, human-computer interaction, and distributed systems. 

Considerations for Engineering Submissions

Engineering research often seeks to solve a problem, answer a question, or make life easier. Research articles should extensively explain the connection between the motivation for and the design of the product, as well as potential future improvements. 

Relevant fields include electrical, mechanical, biological, chemical, environmental, computer, aerospace, and agricultural engineering. 

Considerations for Formal Science Submissions 

Formal science research methodology and impact can be uniquely difficult to communicate. Although reviewers will have relevant background, submissions should still take exceptional care to explain terms and provide sufficient background. 

Relevant fields include logic, mathematics, theoretical computer science, information theory, decision theory, and statistics. 

Submission Form

Find the google form to submit your STEM submission here. Make sure to have a doc/.docx copy of your work (including an abstract and following the general submission guidelines), individual files for figures, and contact information for your advisor/professor if applicable readily available.