Welcome to the Electronic Engineering and Computer Science subject guide. This guide is designed for students and researchers to find, and access, the best resources available through the library to support research in your discipline. Click on the links below to find out more.
Databases are excellent sources of good quality information. Find databases relevant to your subject here.
A range of high-quality useful websites for Electronic Engineering and Computer Science are available on the web.
Open Science is a movement within Academia and beyond, which is trying to democratise publically funded science and make it available to the people who has funded it. These principles have applications in all aspects of the production of new scientific knowledge. Read more about it in our Open Science resources guide and find many useful links.
Find out how grey literature can help you in your research. Grey literature is information published outside the traditional commercial publishers, and includes theses, reports, self-archived material and much more. Access our Guide to grey literature to find an extended section in how to access non-UK theses, amongst many other useful tips and links.
Patents are granted by a government for a novel invention for a limited period of time. The patent gives the inventor exclusive rights to the invention and prevents others from making, using or selling the invention without the permission of the inventor.
A standard is a published document that contains a technical specification or other precise criteria. These are designed to be used consistently as a rule, guideline, or definition in order to increase the reliability and the effectiveness of the products and services we use. Standards are created by bringing together the experience and expertise of all interested parties such as the producers, sellers, buyers, users and regulators of a particular material, product, process or service.
A range of apps, bookmarklets and browser extensions to help to discover, access and manage information sources.
In addition to the Queen Mary Library collections, you may be able to access other libraries to find further resources relevant to your subject.