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BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES (BEHA)

The science or study of the thought processes and behavior of humans and other animals in their interactions with the environment studied through observational and experimental methods.

Subcategories:

Clinical & Developmental Psychology
Cognitive Psychology
Physiological Psychology
Sociology and Social Psychology 
Other

Clinical and Developmental Psychology (CLN): The study and treatment of emotional or behavioral disorders. Developmental psychology is concerned with the study of progressive behavioral changes in an individual from birth until death.

Cognitive Psychology (COG): The study of cognition, the mental processes that underlie behavior, including thinking, deciding, reasoning, and to some extent motivation and emotion. Neuro-psychology studies the relationship between the nervous system, especially the brain, and cerebral or mental functions such as language, memory, and perception.

Physiological Psychology (PHY): The study of the biological and physiological basis of behavior.

Sociology and Social Psychology (SOC): The study of human social behavior, especially the study of the origins, organization, institutions, and development of human society. Sociology is concerned with all group activities-economic, social, political, and religious.

Other (OTH): Studies that cannot be assigned to one of the above subcategories.


 

BIOCHEMISTRY  (BCHM)

The study of the chemical basis of processes occurring in living organisms, including the processes by which these substances enter into, or are formed in, the organisms and react with each other and the environment.

Subcategories:

Analytical Biochemistry

General Biochemistry
Medicinal Biochemistry
Structural Biochemistry
Other

Analytical Biochemistry (ANB): The study of the separation, identification, and quantification of chemical components relevant to living organisms.

General Biochemistry (GNR): The study of chemical processes, including interactions and reactions, relevant to living organisms.

Medicinal Biochemistry (MED): The study of biochemical processes within the human body, with special reference to health and disease. 

Structural Biochemistry (STR): The study of the structure and or function of biological molecules.

Other (OTH): Studies that cannot be assigned to one of the above subcategories.

 


 

BIOMEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES   (BMED)

This category focuses on studies specifically designed to address issues of human health and disease. It includes studies on the diagnosis, treatment, prevention or epidemiology of disease and other damage to the human body or mental systems. Includes studies of normal functioning and may investigate internal as well as external factors such as feedback mechanisms, stress or environmental impact on human health and disease.

Subcategories:

Disease Diagnosis

Disease Treatment

Drug Development and Testing
Epidemiology

Nutrition
Physiology and Pathology
Other

 

Disease Diagnosis (DIS): The systematic examination, identification, and determination of disorders and disease through examination at the whole body or cellular levels.

Disease Treatment (TRE): The use of pharmaceuticals and other therapies, including natural and holistic remedies, intended to improve symptoms and treat or cure disorders or disease.

Drug Development and Testing (DRU): The study and testing of new chemical therapies intended to improve symptoms and treat or cure disorders and disease. This testing could include any platform from tissue culture to preclinical animal models. This will include establishing a drug’s safety profile and ensuring regulatory compliance.

Epidemiology (EPI): The study of disease frequency and distribution, and risk factors and socioeconomic determinants of health within populations.  Epidemiologic investigations may include gathering information to confirm existence of disease outbreaks, developing case definitions and analyzing epidemic data, establishing disease surveillance, and implementing methods of disease prevention and control.

Nutrition (NTR): The study of food, nutrients and dietary need in humans, and the effects of food and nourishment on the body.  These studies may include the effects of natural or supplemental nutrients and nutrition.   

Physiology and Pathology (PHY): The science of the mechanical, physical, and biochemical functions of normal human tissues, organs, and body systems; and the study of disease-related tissue and organ dysfunction. Pathophysiology is the study of the conditions leading up to a diseased state and includes an investigation of the disturbance responsible for causing the disease.

Other (OTH): Studies that cannot be assigned to one of the above subcategories.


 

 

CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY (CELL)

This is an interdisciplinary field that studies the structure, function, intracellular pathways, and formation of cells. Studies involve understanding life and cellular processes specifically at the molecular level.

Subcategories:

Cell Physiology 

Genetics

Immunology
Molecular Biology

Neurobiology
Other

Cell Physiology (PHY): The study of the cell cycle, cell function, and interactions between cells or between cells and their environment.

Genetics (GEN): The study of molecular genetics focusing on the structure and function of genes at a molecular level.

Immunology (IMM): The study of the structure and function of the immune system at the cellular level. This includes investigations of innate and acquired (adaptive) immunity, the cellular communication pathways involved in immunity, cellular recognition, graft vs host and host vs graft disease, and interactions between antigens and antibodies.

Molecular Biology (MOL): The study of biology at the molecular level. Chiefly concerns itself with understanding the interactions between the various systems of a cell, including the interrelationships of DNA, RNA and protein synthesis and learning how these interactions are regulated, such as during transcription and translation, the significance of introns and exons or coding issues.

Neurobiology (NEU): The study of the structure and function of the nervous system at the cellular or molecular level.

OTH Other (OTH): Studies that cannot be assigned to one of the above subcategories.


 

CHEMISTRY (CHEM)

Studies exploring the science of the composition, structure, properties, and reactions of matter not involving biochemical systems.

Subcategories:

Analytical Chemistry

Computational Chemistry

Environmental Chemistry
Inorganic Chemistry

Materials Chemistry
Organic Chemistry
Physical Chemistry
Other

Analytical Chemistry (ANC): The study of the separation, identification, and quantification of the chemical components of materials. 

Computational Chemistry (COM): A study that applies the discipline and techniques of computer science and mathematics to solve large and complex problems in Chemistry.

Environmental Chemistry (ENV): The study of chemical species in the natural environment, including the effects of human activities, such as the design of products and processes that reduce or eliminate the use or generation of hazardous substances.

Inorganic Chemistry (INO): The study of the properties and reactions of inorganic and organometallic compounds.

Materials Chemistry (MAT): The chemical study of the design, synthesis and properties of substances, including condensed phases (solids, liquids, polymers) and interfaces, with a useful or potentially useful function, such as catalysis or solar energy.

ORG Organic Chemistry (ORG): The study of carbon-containing compounds, including hydrocarbons and their derivatives. 

Physical Chemistry (PHC): The study of the fundamental physical basis of chemical systems and processes, including chemical kinetics, chemical thermodynamics, electrochemistry, photochemistry, spectroscopy, statistical mechanics and astro-chemistry.

Other (OTH): Studies that cannot be assigned to one of the above subcategories.


 

COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY AND BIOINFORMATICS (CBIO)

Studies that primarily focus on the discipline and techniques of computer science and mathematics as they relate to biological systems. This includes the development and application of data-analytical and theoretical methods, mathematical modeling and computational simulation techniques to the study of biological, behavior, and social systems.

Subcategories:

Biomedical Engineering

Computational Biomodeling

Computational Evolutionary Biology

Computational Neuroscience

Computational Pharmacology

Genomics

Other

Biomedical Engineering (BME): The application of engineering principles and design concepts to medicine and biology for healthcare purposes.

Computational Biomodeling (MOD): Studies that involve computer simulations of biological systems most commonly with a goal of understanding how cells or organism develop, work collectively and survive.  

Computational Evolutionary Biology (EVO): A study that applies the discipline and techniques of computer science and mathematics to explore the processes of change in populations of organisms, especially taxonomy, paleontology, ethology, population genetics and ecology.

Computational Neuroscience (NEU): A study that applies the discipline and techniques of computer science and mathematics to understand brain function in terms of the information processing properties of the structures that make up the nervous system.

Computational Pharmacology (PHA): A study that applies the discipline and techniques of computer science and mathematics to predict and analyze the responses to drugs. 

Genomics (GEN): The study of the function and structure of genomes using recombinant DNA, sequencing, and bioinformatics.

Other (OTH): Studies that cannot be assigned to one of the above subcategories.


 

EARTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES (EAEV)

Studies of the environment and its effect on organisms/systems, including investigations of biological processes such as growth and life span, as well as studies of Earth systems and their evolution.

Subcategories:

Atmospheric Science

Climate Science

Environmental Effects on Ecosystems

Geosciences

Water Science

Other

Atmospheric Science (AIR): Studies of the earth’s atmosphere, including air quality and pollution and the processes and effects of the atmosphere on other Earth systems as well as meteorological investigations. 

Climate Science (CLI): Studies of Earth’s climate, particularly evidential study of climate change.

Environmental Effects on Ecosystems (ECS): Studies of the impact of environmental changes (natural or as a result of human interaction) on ecosystems, including empirical pollution studies.

Geosciences (GES): Studies of Earth’s land processes, including mineralogy, plate tectonics, volcanism, and sedimentology.

Water Science (WAT): Studies of Earth’s water systems, including water resources, movement, distribution, and water quality.

Other (OTH): Studies that cannot be assigned to one of the above subcategories.

 


 

EMBEDDED SYSTEMS (EBED)

Studies involving electrical systems in which information is conveyed via signals and waveforms for purposes of enhancing communications, control and/or sensing.

Subcategories:

Circuits

Internet of Things

Microcontrollers

Networking and Data Communication

Optics

Sensors

Signal Processing

Other

Circuits (CIR): The study, analysis, and design of electronic circuits and their components, including testing. 

Internet of Things (IOT): The study of the interconnection of unique computing devices with the existing infrastructure of the Internet and the cloud.

Microcontrollers (MIC): The study and engineering of microcontrollers and their use to control other devices.

Networking and Data Communication (NET): The study of systems that transmit any combination of voice, video, and/or data among users.

Optics (OPT): The use of visible or infrared light instead of signals sent over wires. The study and development of optical devices and systems devoted to practical applications such as computation.

Sensors (SEN): The study and design of devices that transmit an electrical response to an external device.

Signal Processing (SIG): The extraction of signals from noise and their conversion into a representation for modeling and analysis.

Other (OTH): Studies that cannot be assigned to one of the above subcategories.

 


 

ENERGY: CHEMICAL (EGCH)

Studies involving biological and chemical processes of renewable energy sources, clean transport, and alternative fuels.

Subcategories:

Alternative Fuels

Computational Energy Science

Fossil Fuel Energy

Fuel Cells and Battery Development

Microbial Fuel Cells

Solar Power

Other

Alternative Fuels (ALT): Any method of powering an engine that does not involve petroleum (oil). Some alternative fuels are electricity, methane, hydrogen, natural gas, and wood.

Computational Energy Science (COM): A study that applies the discipline and techniques of computer science and mathematics to solve large and complex problems in Energy Science.

Fossil Fuel Energy (FOS): Studies involving energy from a hydrocarbon deposit, such as petroleum, coal, or natural gas, derived from living matter of a previous geologic time and used for fuel.

Fuel Cells and Battery Development (FUE): The study, analysis and development of fuel cells and batteries that convert and/or store chemical energy into electricity.

Microbial Fuel Cells (MIC): The study of fuel cells that use or mimic bacterial interactions found in nature to produce electricity.

Solar Materials (SOL): The study of materials used to convert and store solar energy through chemical changes. This includes topics such as thermal storage and photovoltaic materials.

Other (OTH): Studies that cannot be assigned to one of the above subcategories.

 


 

ENERGY: PHYSICAL (EGPH)

Studies of renewable energy structures/processes including energy production and efficiency.

Subcategories:

Hydro Power

Nuclear Power

Solar

Sustainable Design

Thermal Power

Wind

Other

Hydro Power (HYD): The application of engineering principles and design concepts to capture energy from falling and running water to be converted to another form of energy.

Nuclear Power (NUC): The application of engineering principles and design concepts to capture nuclear energy to be converted to another form of evergy.

Solar (SOL): The application of engineering principles and design concepts to capture energy from the sun to be converted to another form of energy.

Sustainable Design (SUS): The application of engineering principles and design concepts to plan and/or construct buildings and infrastructure that minimize environmental impact.

Thermal Power (THR): The application of engineering principles and design concepts to capture energy from the Earth’s crust to be converted to another form of energy.

Wind (WIN): The application of engineering principles and design concepts to capture energy from the wind to be converted to another form of energy.

Other (OTH): Studies that cannot be assigned to one of the above subcategories.

 


 

ENGINEERING MECHANICS (EMNC)

Studies that focus on the science and engineering that involve movement or structure.  The movement can be by the apparatus or the movement can affect the apparatus. 

Subcategories:

Aerospace and Aeronautical Engineering

Civil Engineering

Computational Mechanics

Control Theory 

Ground Vehicle Systems

Industrial Engineering-Processing
Mechanical Engineering

Naval Systems

Other

Aerospace and Aeronautical Engineering (AER): Studies involving the design of aircraft and space vehicles and the direction of the technical phases of their manufacture and operation.

Civil Engineering (CIV): Studies that involve the planning, designing, construction, and maintenance of structures and public works, such as bridges or dams, roads, water supply, sewer, flood control and, traffic.

Computational Mechanics (COM): A study that applies the discipline and techniques of computer science and mathematics to solve large and complex problems in Engineering Mechanics.

Control Theory (CON): The study of dynamical systems, including controllers, systems, and sensors that are influenced by inputs.

Ground Vehicle Systems (VEH): The design of ground vehicles and the direction of the technical phases of their manufacture and operation.

Industrial Engineering-Processing (IND): Studies of efficient production of industrial goods as affected by elements such as plant and procedural design, the management of materials and energy, and the integration of workers within the overall system. The industrial engineer designs methods, not machinery.

Mechanical Engineering (MEC): Studies that involve the generation and application of heat and mechanical power and the design, production, and use of machines and tools.

Naval Systems (NAV): Studies of the design of ships and the direction of the technical phases of their manufacture and operation.

Other (OTH): Studies that cannot be assigned to one of the above subcategories.

ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING (ENEV)

Studies that engineer or develop processes and infrastructure to solve environmental problems in the supply of water, the disposal of waste, or the control of pollution.  

Subcategories:

Bioremediation

Land Reclamation

Pollution Control

Recycling and Waste Management

Water Resources Management
Other

Bioremediation (BIR): The use of biological agents, such as bacteria or plants, to remove or neutralize contaminants. This includes phytoremediation, constructed wetlands for wastewater treatment, biodegradation, etc.

Land Reclamation (ENG): The application of engineering principles and design techniques to restore land to a more productive use or its previous undisturbed state.

Pollution Control (PLL): The application of engineering principles and design techniques to remove pollution from air, soil, and/or water.

Recycling and Waste Management (REC): The extraction and reuse of useful substances from discarded items, garbage, or waste. The process of managing, and disposing of, wastes and hazardous substances through methodologies such as landfills, sewage treatment, composting, waste reduction, etc.

Water Resources Management (WAT): The application of engineering principles and design techniques to improve the distribution and management of water resources.

Other (OTH): Studies that cannot be assigned to one of the above subcategories.

 


 

MATERIALS SCIENCE (MATS)

The study of the characteristics and uses of various materials with improvements to their design which may add to their advanced engineering performance.

Subcategories:

Biomaterials

Ceramic and Glasses

Composite Materials

Computation and Theory

Electronic, Optical, and Magnetic Materials

Nano Materials

Polymers

Other

Biomaterials (BIM): Studies involving any matter, surface, or construct that interacts with biological systems. Such materials are often used and/or adapted for a medical application, and thus comprise whole or part of a living structure or biomedical device which performs, augments, or replaces a natural function. 

Ceramic and Glasses (CER): Studies involving materials composed of ceramic and glass – often defined as all solid materials except metals and their alloys that are made by the high-temperature processing of inorganic raw materials.

Composite Materials (CMP): Studies involving materials composed of two or more different materials combined together to create a superior and unique material.  

COM Computation and Theory (COM): Studies that involve the theory and modeling of materials.

Electronic, Optical and Magnetic Materials (ELE): The study and development of materials used to form highly complex systems, such as integrated electronic circuits, optoelectronic devices, and magnetic and optical mass storage media. The various materials, with precisely controlled properties, perform numerous functions, including the acquisition, processing, transmission, storage, and display of information. 

Nanomaterials (NAN): The study and development of nanoscale materials; materials with structural features (particle size or grain size, for example) of at least one dimension in the range 1-100 nm.

Polymers (POL): The study and development of polymers; materials that have a molecular structure consisting chiefly or entirely of a large number of similar units bonded together, e.g., many synthetic organic materials used as plastics and resins.

Other (OTH): Studies that cannot be assigned to one of the above subcategories.

MATHEMATICS (MATH)

The study of the measurement, properties, and relationships of quantities and sets, using numbers and symbols. The deductive study of numbers, geometry, and various abstract constructs, or structures. 

Subcategories:

Algebra
Analysis

Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Game Theory
Geometry and Topology

Number Theory
Probability and Statistics
Other

Algebra (ALB): The study of algebraic operations and/or relations and the structures which arise from them. An example is given by (systems of) equations which involve polynomial functions of one or more variables.

Analysis (ANL): The study of infinitesimal processes in mathematics, typically involving the concept of a limit. This begins with differential and integral calculus, for functions of one or several variables, and includes differential equations.

Combinatorics, Graph Theory and Game Theory (CGG): The study of combinatorial structures in mathematics, such as finite sets, graphs, and games, often with a view toward classification and/or enumeration.

Geometry and Topology (GEO): The study of the shape, size, and other properties of figures and spaces. Includes such subjects as Euclidean geometry, non-Euclidean geometries (spherical, hyperbolic, Riemannian, Lorentzian), and knot theory (classification of knots in 3-space). 

Number Theory (NUM): The study of the arithmetic properties of integers and related topics such as cryptography.

Probability and Statistics (PRO): Mathematical study of random phenomena and the study of statistical tools used to analyze and interpret data.

Other (OTH): Studies that cannot be assigned to one of the above subcategories.

 


 

MICROBIOLOGY (MCRO)

The study of micro-organisms, including bacteria, viruses, fungi, prokaryotes, and simple eukaryotes as well as antimicrobial and antibiotic substances.

Subcategories:

Antimicrobial and Antibiotics
Applied Microbiology
Bacteriology

Environmental Microbiology
Microbial Genetics
Virology
Other

Antimicrobials and Antibiotics (ANT): The study of a substance that kills or inhibits the growth of a microorganisms.

Applied Microbiology (APL): The study of microorganisms having potential applications in human, animal or plant health or the use of microorganisms in the production of energy.

Bacteriology (BAC): The study of bacteria and bacterial diseases and the microorganisms responsible for causing a disease.

Environmental Microbiology (ENV): The study of the structure, function, diversity and relationship of microorganisms with respect to their environment. This includes the study of biofilms.

Microbial Genetics (GEN): The study of how microbial genes are organized and regulated and their involvement in cellular function.

Virology (VIR): The study of viruses and viral diseases.

Other (OTH): Studies that cannot be assigned to one of the above subcategories.

 


 

PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY (PHYS)

Physics is the science of matter and energy and of interactions between the two. Astronomy is the study of anything in the universe beyond the Earth.

Subcategories:

Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics

Astronomy and Cosmology
Biological Physics

Computational Physics and  Astrophysics
Condensed Matter and Materials
Instrumentation

Magnetics, Electromagnetics and Plasmas

Mechanics
Nuclear and Particle Physics
Optics, Lasers, Masers

Quantum Computation 
Theoretical Physics
Other

Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics (AMO): The study of atoms, simple molecules, electrons and light, and their interactions.

Astronomy and Cosmology (AST): The study of space,  the universe as a whole, including its origins and evolution, the physical properties of objects in space and computational astronomy.

Biological Physics (BIP): The study of the physics of biological processes.

Computational Physics (COM): A study that applies the discipline and techniques of computer science and mathematics to solve large and complex problems in Physics and Astrophysics. 

Condensed Matter and Materials (MAT): The study of the properties of solids and liquids. Topics such as superconductivity, semi-conductors, complex fluids, and thin films are studied.

Instrumentation (INS): Instrumentation is the process of developing means of precise measurement of various variables such as flow and pressure while maintaining control of the variables at desired levels of safety and economy. 

Magnetics, Electromagnetics and Plasmas (MAG): The study of electrical and magnetic fields and of matter in the plasma phase and their effects on materials in the solid, liquid or gaseous states.

Mechanics (MEC): Classical physics and mechanics, including the macroscopic study of forces, vibrations and flows; on solid, liquid and gaseous materials.

Nuclear and Particle Physics (NUC): The study of the physical properties of the atomic nucleus and of fundamental particles and the forces of their interaction.

Optics, Lasers, Masers (OPT): The study of the physical properties of light, lasers and masers.

Quantum Computation (QUA): The study of the laws of quantum mechanics to process information. This includes studies involving the physics of information processing, quantum logic, quantum algorithms, quantum error correction, and quantum communication.

Theoretical Physics (THE): The study of nature, phenomena and the laws of physics employing mathematical models and abstractions rather than experimental processes. 

Other (OTH): Studies that cannot be assigned to one of the above subcategories.

 PLANT SCIENCES (PLNT)

Studies of plants and how they live, including structure, physiology, development, and classification. Includes plant cultivation, development, ecology, genetics and plant breeding, pathology, physiology, systematics and evolution.

Subcategories:

Agronomy
Growth and Development
Ecology
Genetics/Breeding
Pathology
Physiology 
Systematics and Evolution
Other

Agronomy (AGR): Application of the various soil and plant sciences to soil management and agricultural and horticultural crop production. Includes biological and chemical controls of pests, hydroponics, fertilizers and supplements.

Growth and Development (DEV): The study of a plant from earliest stages through germination and into later life. This includes cellular and molecular aspects of development and environmental effects, natural or manmade, on development and growth.

Ecology (ECO): The study of interactions and relationships among plants, and plants and animals, with their environment.

Genetics/Breeding (GEN): The study of organismic and population genetics of plants. The application of plant genetics and biotechnology to crop improvement. This includes genetically modified crops.

Pathology (PAT): The study of plant disease states, and their causes, processes, and consequences. This includes effects of parasites or disease-causing microbes.

Physiology (PHY): The study of functions in plants and plant cells. This includes cellular mechanisms such as photosynthesis and transpiration, and how plant processes are affected by environmental factors or natural variations.

Systematics and Evolution (SYS): The study of classification of organisms and their evolutionary relationships. This includes morphological, biochemical, genetic, and modeled systems.

Other (OTH): Studies that cannot be assigned to one of the above subcategories.

 

ROBOTICS AND INTELLIGENT MACHINES (ROBO)

Studies in which the use of machine intelligence is paramount to reducing the reliance on human intervention.

Subcategories:

Biomechanics

Cognitive Systems

Control Theory

Robot Kinematics

Machine Learning

Other

Biomechanics (BIE): Studies and apparatus which mimic the role of mechanics in biological systems.

Cognitive Systems (COG): Studies/apparatus that operate similarly to the ways humans think and process information. Systems that provide for increased interaction of people and machines to more naturally extend and magnify human expertise, activity, and cognition.

Control Theory (CON): Studies that explore the behavior of dynamical systems with inputs, and how their behavior is modified by feedback.  This includes new theoretical results and the applications of new and established control methods, system modelling, identification and simulation, the analysis and design of control systems (including computer-aided design), and practical implementation.

Robot Kinematics (KIN): The study of movement in robotic systems.

Machine Learning (MAC): Construction and/or study of algorithms that can learn from data. 

Other (OTH): Studies that cannot be assigned to one of the above subcategories.

 


 

SYSTEMS SOFTWARE (SOFT)

The study or development of software, information processes or methodologies to demonstrate, analyze, or control a process/solution.    

Subcategories:

Algorithms 

Cybersecurity

Databases

Programming Languages

Operating Systems
Other

Algorithms (ALG): The study or creation of algorithms - step-by-step procedure of calculations to complete a specific task in data processing, automated reasoning and computing.

Cybersecurity (CYB): Studies involving the protection of a computer or computer system against unauthorized access or attacks.  This can include studies involving hardware, network, software, host or multimedia security.  

Databases (DAT): Studies that create or analyze data organization for ease of access, management and update. 

Operating Systems (SYS): The study of system software responsible for the direct control and management of hardware and basic system operations of a computer or mobile device.

Programming Languages (PRG): Studies that involve the development or analysis of the artificial languages used to write instructions that can be translated into machine language and then executed by a computer.

Other (OTH): Studies that cannot be assigned to one of the above subcategories.

    

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