INSPEC ADDS KEY JOURNALS FROM INSTITUTE OF CIVIL ENGINEERS, TAYLOR & FRANCIS, SAGE AND ACM
Stevenage, Hertfordshire: The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) is pleased to announce that more than 220 titles have been added to its renowned Inspec abstracts and index database from prestigious publishers the Institute of Civil Engineers, Taylor & Francis, Sage and ACM.
Users of Inspec can now access abstract and index records of articles from high quality journals including:
• 81 titles published by ACM including the world-leading Journal of Human-Robot Interaction, to be rebranded as the ACM Transactions on Human-Robot Interaction
• 107 additional titles from Taylor & Francis, including high ranking titles Applied Spectroscopy Reviews, Contemporary Physics, LEUKOS and the International Journal of Electronic Commerce. This takes the total number of indexed Taylor & Francis titles to 340
• 33 leading titles published by Institute of Civil Engineers including the world’s premier geotechnics journal, Geotechnique
• 11 additional key titles from Sage, including International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems, Journal of Biomimetics in Engineering and Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology. This takes the total number of indexed Sage titles to 95
Speaking of the announcement, Vincent Cassidy, Head of Academic Markets, said “The IET remains committed to providing our researcher and practitioner communities with access to the latest science. We are delighted to include these key titles in our Inspec database, which further underpins our mission to cover multidisciplinary and innovative research to support continued progression of developments in engineering disciplines.”
For more than 50 years, Inspec has been respected as the most authoritative resource for pinpointing important literature across the fields of physics, electronics, computing and engineering. Highly qualified scientists and engineers add specialized indexing to each abstract including thesaurus terms, free indexing, classification, treatment codes, numerical data indexing, chemical substance indexing, astronomical object indexing and expanded IPC codes. As such, the database remains the index of choice for the world’s top engineering departments.
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