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Electrical and Computer Engineering

A guide for finding articles and other resources for electrical engineering.

IEEE Xplore

IEEE Xplore Features

IEEE Xplore provides access to EBooks, Journals, Conference Proceedings and Standards in:

General Topics for Engineers (Math, Science & Engineering), Engineered Materials, Dielectrics and Plasmas, Signal Processing and Analysis, Computing and Processing, Photonics and Electro-Optics, Fields, Waves and Electromagnetics, Power, Energy and Industry Applications, Robotics and Control Systems, Components, Circuits, Devices and Systems, Communication, Networking and Broadcasting

IEEE's many high impact journals (all of which can be accessed through IEEE Xplore) include:

Knovel

Knovel Features

Interactive Graphs & Tables   

Unit Converter

Unit conversions for properties widely used in engineering and applied scientific calculations, organized by property, with variable precision.

Data Search

A module that allows the user to conduct searches according parameters such as material composition and properties (electrical, magnetic, electrochemical, optical and mechanical)

Interactive Periodic Table

Access Engineering

ScienceDirect

ScienceDirect Features

ScienceDirect offers electronic viewing and downloading of Reed-Elsevier monograph and journal titles in:

Control Theory, Control Systems, Control Engineering, Microelectronics, Microsystems & Microprocessing, Stochastic Processes, Circuit Design
Analog Electronics, Radio Technology, Signal Processing, Embedded Systems, Optics, Nanotechnology, RF, Microwave & Wireless, Technologies,, Power Sources, Power Supplies & Batteries, Sensors & Detection Technologies, Biosensors & Bioelectronics

High-impact EEE journals published by Reed-Elsevier and accessible through ScienceDirect: