Skip to Main Content
It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.
New!!! IEEE Editorial Style Manual, Mathematics Guide and Reference Guides
This research guide is designed to provide help locating materials in the fields taught in the Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE) Department. Those subjects include:
- Computer Engineering
- Computer Security
- Control Engineering
- Data Storage
- Distributed Computing
- Electrical Engineering
- Electronic Devices
- Embedded Systems
- Signal Processing
Science Libraries in Transition
A blog about new books and services to the Science Libraries in Wean Hall and the Mellon Institute.
Temporary Link to Nature Photonics
SAE Mobilus Discovery Contest!
Hi everyone! From February 1, 2023 through April 21, 2023 we're officially a participant in the SAE Mobilus Discovery Contest. The Society of Automotive Engineers will be monitoring our usage (with privacy concerns in mind) as compared to other universities that subscribe to their SAE Mobilus Database. Here's a convenient link to SAE Mobilus:
SAE MOBILUS This link opens in a new window
Provides detailed summaries and bibliographic data for SAE technical papers since 1906, magazine articles, books, all ground vehicle and aerospace standards, specifications, and research reports.
And here are the contest rules:
Rising to the Top
Global Women Engineering Leaders Share Their Journeys to Professional Success
Food for Thought
Ten Essential Skills for Electrical Engineers by
Publication Date: 2014-04-07
The book is a review of essential skills that an entry-level or experienced engineer must be able to demonstrate on a job interview and perform when hired. It will help engineers prepare for interviews by demonstrating application of basic principles to practical problems. Hiring managers will find the book useful because it defines a common ground between the student's academic background and the company's product or technology-specific needs, thereby allowing managers to minimize their risk when making hiring decisions. Ten Essential Skills contains a series of "How to" chapters. Each chapter realizes a goal, such as designing an active filter or designing a discrete servo. The primary value of these chapters, however, is that they apply engineering fundamentals to practical problems. The book is a handy reference for engineers in their first years on the job. Enables recent graduates in engineering to succeed in challenging technical interviews Written in an intuitive, easy-to-follow style for the benefit of busy students and employers Book focuses on the intersection between company-specific knowledge and engineering fundamentals Companion website includes interview practice problems and advanced material
Play Online Library Games