Subject guide for Electrical and Computer Engineering

Introduction

On this page you will find a selection of resources within the fields of electrical and computer engineering. You are welcome to contact us at AU Library, Katrinebjerg and AU Library, Herning if you need help. 

Good places to start - key sources

Article databases

  • Engineering Village - Compendex 
    Articles covering all engineering fields. Some articles are online, others can be ordered from the library.
  • ACM Digital Library
    ACM Digital Library consists of two separate databases which cannot be searched simultaneously.
    ACM Digital Library - journals published by ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) since 1947, with full-text access, as well as
    Guide to Computing Literature - a bibliography with references and abstracts of articles, conference contributions, etc., from both ACM and a wide range of other publishers. Not everything can be found in full-text, but the majority of the journal articles are available in full, either via a link to a PDF or DOI.
  • ScienceDirect
    Full-text articles from 1995 and onward from Elsevier. Covers all topics, but you have the possibility of limiting your search to engineering subjects. You can order copies of articles from before 1995 at the library.
  • IEEE / IET Electronic Library (IEL)
    Articles within electrical engineering, electronics, ICT, computer science, computing and more. IEEE also includes all valid AIEE, ANSI and ANSI/IEEE standards.
  • Web of Science
    Web of Science (WoS) is an article database and citation index with references to articles covering all subjects.
  • Scopus
    Article database and citation index covering all subjects. The Scopus research database indexes more journals than any other database. Some articles are online, others can be ordered from the library.
  • Google Scholar 
    E-books, e-journals, theses, preprints, patents and reports. In addition, references to articles, books and theses. Google Scholar covers all topics, but please note that you are searching through material of very mixed quality, of which much is not published in a scientific publication.
  • Emerald
    References to articles on all topics. Many articles are available in full-text. Those for which there is no electronic access to, copies can be ordered from the library.
  • Audio Engineering Society (AES) - Electronic Library
    Articles, conference papers and preprints from 1953 and onwards within electronics, with the chief emphasis on acoustics and sound technology. You can read everything in full-text.

Reference works

  • Bibliotek.dk
    References to books and e-books, e-journals and full-text articles, with references to the articles. It searches across all Danish libraries and bibliotek.dk includes more than 11 million entries. If you have a user account at AU Library, you can collect your orders from your usual AU library collection location.
    Bibliotek.dk covers all subjects.
  • A Dictionary of Computing
    A reference work with more than 6,000 entries on theories, software, IT, etc.
  • Wikibooks: Computer science bookshelf
    Deals with the study of the theoretical foundations of information and computation, and of practical techniques for their implementation and application in computer systems.
  • Morgan & Claypool Collections I, II, III, IV, V & VI : Synthesis Digital Library of Engineering and Computer Science
    This is a collection of e-books on computer science and engineering topics, including software, antennas, mathematics, algorithms, artificial intelligence, networks, data processing, data mining, signal processing, informatics, biomedicine, electrical power and much more.
    The e-books are authored by experts within the respective fields and provide a summary of the knowledge and developments within the e-book’s theme.
    You can search across all 6 collections. Green highlighting denotes the resources that are available to you.

Semester shelf

At AU Library, Herning, you are able to find/read the books on your course Reading Lists via the library’s semester shelf. More information about the semester shelf.

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Research guide

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