Selected websites

Engineering (General)

Information on the ASEE’s publications, conferences, policy issues and current trends.

Links to professional engineering associations.

A useful site for a wide selection of standards such as ASTM, DIN, BS, etc.
 
General engineering information, as well as services applicable to students.
 

Civil engineering

Publications, resources, membership and other interesting information.
 
Access to useful websites within the various subfields of civil engineering.
 
This site provides access to publications, calendars and membership information.
 
Access to the Transportation Research Board’s databases, current projects and publications.
 
A very comprehensive index to civil engineering websites.
 

Process engineering

The homepage of the Institute provides details of its divisions, publications, conferences, membership, careers, educational opportunities, training and industry focus.
 
Links to websites in the process and chemical engineering field.
 
Links to chemical engineering sites.
 

Electrical and electronic engineering

The homepage of the IEEE providing current news of its publications and events.
 
Access to the IEE publications, calendars, services, membership, news, etc.
 
The ITU, headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland is an international organisation within which governments
and the private sector co-ordinate global telecom networks and services. The homepage provides details
of conferences, publications, standards and specifications.
 

Mechanical and mechatronic engineering

The ASME’s international vision is to be the premier organisation for promoting the art, science and
practice of mechanical engineering throughout the world.
 
Publications of the ImechE, research groups and divisions, membership details, etc.
 
 
The Engineering Society for advancing mobility in land, sea, air and space.

 

Industrial engineering

 
Robot statistics, details of events, conferences and other useful information for the robotics researcher.
 

Forestry and wood science

Sponsored by the USDA Forest Service – Southern Region and the co-operative Extension Service – Southern Region. This site was developed to organise on-line publications and resources into easily discernable categories.
 
Forestweb integrates the world-wide forestry industry with free exchange ideas, information and trading.
 
 
Treesearch is an online system for locating and delivering publications by Research and Development scientists in the US Forest Service. Publications in the collection include research monographs published
by the agency as well as papers written by our scientists but published by other organizations in their journals, conference proceedings, or books. Research results behind these publications have been peer reviewed to ensure the best quality science.