Want to get the best from the Library for Mathematics and Physics? A key starting point is the Subject Guides at www.ed.ac.uk/is/subject-guides-maths and www.ed.ac.uk/is/subject-guides-physics. Start here to explore print and electronic collections, library facilities and library news. Any questions? Your Academic Support Librarian is Rowena Stewart.
*New* purchases in 2014
- Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences Online
- High Energy Nuclear Physics and Astronomy journal backfiles from Elsevier. Includes Nuclear Physics back to 1956 and Physics Letters back to 1962
Featured Library Resources for Mathematics and Physics in 2014-15 include:
American Mathematical Society’s database. Bibliographic records with abstracts (or reviews) of mathematics, statistics, computer science articles published in more than 2,700 journals, book series and conference proceedings. Updated daily.
Full-text of approximately 400 monograph publications from the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics.
INSPEC (Engineering Village)
INSPEC, part of Engineering Village, is a major database covering literature in computer science, electrical engineering, electronics and physics from 1896.
Access from www.ed.ac.uk/is/databases-subjects.
Rowena Stewart, Academic Support Librarian – Chemistry