Research Expertise Profile - National Registry
Enrollment in SC EPSCoR’s Research Expertise Profiles Database will allow other potential collaborators to find you. This is very important for grants and awards that require collaboration (such at the multi-jurisdictional NSF Track-2 program). Registration is free and open to any STEM researcher, regardless of state or jurisdiction.
Research Assistant Professor
Research Associate Professor
College, University, Institution, etc.
Which NSF Big Idea Topic best describes your research interest?
Harnessing Data for 21st Century Science and Engineering
Shaping the New Human - Technology Frontier
Understanding the Rules of Life: Predicting Phenotype
The Quantum Leap: Leading the Next Quantum Revolution
Navigating the New Arctic
Windows on the Universe: The Era of Multi-messenger Astrophysics
NSF EPSCoR Jurisdiction
NH New Hampshire
NM New Mexico
ND North Dakota
PR Puerto Rico
RI Rhode Island
SC South Carolina
SD South Dakota
USVI US Virgin Islands
WV West Virginia
Not located in an NSF EPSCoR Jurisdiction
Research Interest (keyword 1)
Research Interest (keyword 2)
Research Interest (keyword 3)
Brief statement/description of your research
Limit to 150 words
How did you hear about the Research Expertise Profiles tool?
MADE in SC | SC EPSCoR newsletter
MADE in SC | SC EPSCoR website
MADE in SC | SC EPSCoR social media (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn)
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