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IEEE Xplorer: About IEEE Xplorer

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Metadata from the The IEEE Xplore is integrated in DTU Findit, but if you are looking for specific IEEE standards  (or other IEEE publications ) you can search directly in the IEEE Xplorer digital library by use of the Link:

http://ieeexplore.ieee.org.proxy.findit.dtu.dk/xpl/standards.jsp

What is IEEE Xplorer?

IEEE ( pronounced "Eye-triple-E,") is an association which focus on technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of society and humanity.

IEEE is an acronym for "Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers" and was established in 1884 - to know more about the IEEE history, please visit http://www.ieee.org/about/ieee_history.html

The Aim for IEEE is to support professionals involved in all aspects of the electrical, electronic and computing fields and related areas of science and technology that underlie the modern civilization. In order to do so IEEE publishes highly cited publications, conferences, technology standards, and professional and educational activities.

See more at http://www.ieee.org and search IEEE publications via DTU Library at http://ieeexplore.ieee.org.proxy.findit.dtu.dk/

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Facts

Subject Coverage - Major areas of coverage include:
  • aerospace
  • bioengineering
  • communication, networking, and broadcasting
  • components, circuits, devices and systems
  • computing and processing (hardware/software)
  • engineering materials, dielectrics and plasmas
  • engineering profession
  • fields, waves and electromagnetics
  • general topics for engineers (math, science and engineering)
  • geoscience
  • nuclear engineering
  • photonics and electro-optics
  • power, energy and industry applications
  • robotics and control systems
  • signal processing and analysis
  • transportation

Content types:

  • conference publications
  • journals and magazines
  • books and ebooks
  • early access articles
  • standards
  • education and learning

Dates of Coverage
1872 - current

Update Frequency
Monthly, with approximately 25,000 new records added