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Materials Science and Engineering is a discipline that is broadly based in chemistry, physics and engineering sciences. Over the last century, materials scientists and engineers are instrumental in the development of revolutionary materials that have changed our everyday life. Therefore, a fundamental understanding of materials is highly essential in the advancement of technology in our society. Under the comprehensive and dynamic curriculum, students will have a good understanding on the basic structure and properties of materials. By acquiring the strong fundamental principles in materials science and engineering, students will understand how materials can be processed and modified to make the products of modern technology more durable, faster, lighter and better suited to human needs.

You may like to watch a short video created by the Materials Research Society to get a basic idea about what Materials Science & Engineering is about.


Curriculum at MSE

Undergraduate Programme

MSE offers a full-time 4-year undergraduate programme leading to the degree of Bachelor of Engineering (Materials Engineering) with Honours. For further information on curriculum for B.Eng (Materials Engineering), please visit the MSE website.

Graduate Programme

MSE offers higher degree programmes by research, on a part-time and full-time basis. They are:

  1. Master of Engineering (M.Eng.):
    Minimum period of candidature is 12 months, maximum is 36 months
  2. Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.):
    Minimum period of candidature is 24 months, maximum is 60 months

For more information on graduate programmes offered by MSE, please visit the MSE website.


Literature in Materials Science and Engineering spans a wide range of formats including books, conference proceedings, journal articles, white papers and reviews.

Commercial Publishers

Major publishers include Elsevier, Springer, McGraw-Hill, Taylor and Francis, John Wiley, Pearson Prentice‐Hall and the Oxford University Press.

Topics/Course Guides

ASM Handbook Online

Introduction of ASM Handbook Online Published by:  ASM (American Society for Metals) International. It is the ASM’s flagship reference series on metals and materials, provides a comprehensive, practical, and reliable source of technical knowledge and engineering data...

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Selected Resources for Corrosion in NTU Library

This guide provides resources for undergraduate and graduate students to obtain basic principles as well as deep understanding on corrosion science, corrosion prevention, monitoring and control, as well as research opportunities. Books: Corrosion : understanding the...

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Selected Resource for Applications of Nanomaterials

The nanomaterial is a kind of novel material fabricated by cutting-edge technologies and applied widely in many areas, e.g., pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and paints. Nanomaterials and its applications, as a branch of materials science and engineering, are...

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NTU Library Resources on Nanomaterials

Nanomaterials, as defined by the ARC Centre of Excellence for Functional Nanomaterials, are “materials constructed using nanoscale building blocks with molecular precision. Such materials possess improved physical and chemical properties, which change with particle...

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Selected Resources


Browsing the Collection

The Materials Science and Engineering book collection is housed in Lee Wee Nam Library. The following table shows you the main call numbers for your books. Look for shelves marked with their respective call numbers.

Subject LC Class (Main Call No.)
Materials Engineering TA403
Corrosion TA462
Nanomaterials/ Nanowires TA418.9; QC176
Biomaterials R857.M3
Ceramics R857.C4
Polymer Chemistry QD381
Plastics R857.P55
Explosives TP 267.5-310
Crystallography QD 901 – 999

LC Classification for Materials Science & Engineering

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Searching for books using the Library Catalogue

The Library Catalogue is a useful tool to use if you want to search for books on your topics. For information about how to use the Library Catalogue, please visit the tip site or the following link for a step-by-step instruction in askNTU.

Specific Topics

I have compiled a list of books on selected topics. Please click on the following topics to retrieve the lists.

  1. materials science
  2. Nanoparticles
  3. Polymeric composites
  4. Tissue engineering
  5. Biosensors
  6. Energetic materials
  7. Phase diagrams

Recommending a book

If a book you require is not available in our collection, please feel free to recommend it to our library. To submit your recommendation, please view the steps at the Recommend a book page.

Alternatively, you may email us at and provide us with following details:

  1. Author/Editor
  2. Title
  3. Place of Publication
  4. Publisher/Producer
  5. Date of Publication
  6. ISBN
  7. Edition
  8. Price

An e-book, as defined by the Oxford Dictionary of English, is “an electronic version of a printed book which can be read on a personal computer or hand-held device designed specifically for this purpose”. Currently, our Library has more than 150,000 e-books, and they include dictionaries, encyclopedias, handbooks and monographs on many subject areas.


How to search for E-books?

You can search for e-books subscribed by our library by using the Library Catalogue. Some simple steps for accessing e-books can be found at this E-books page.


Selected E-books for Materials Science & Engineering

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Reference Works

Content at a Glance


A selected list of reference titles on Materials Science and Engineering are listed below. Click on the hyperlinked titles to check availability in the Library. Electronic copies are denoted [e-book].


  1. Concise Dictionary of Materials Science: Structure and Characterization of Polycrystalline Materials [e-book]
  2. Dictionary of Nanotechnology, Colloid and Interface Science
    Call Number: T174.7.S377
  3. Encyclopedic Dictionary of Polymers [e-book]
    Click here for the library catalogue record.
  4. McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Materials Science
    Call Number: TA402.M147
  5. Nine-language Dictionary of Polymers and Composites
    Call Number: TP1110.N714


  1. Concise Encyclopedia of Composite Materials (2nd ed.)
    Call number: TA418.9.C6C744C
  2. Concise Encyclopedia of Magnetic & Superconducting Materials (2nd ed.)
    Call number: QC764.52.C744 2005
  3. Concise Encyclopedia of Materials Processing
    Call number: TA402.C744N
  4. Concise Encyclopedia of Materials for Energy Systems (1st ed.)
    Call number: TK1005.C744
  5. Concise Encyclopedia of Plastics [e-book]
    Print copy is also available. Click here for the library catalogue record.
    Call number: TP1110.R789
  6. Concise Encyclopedia of the Chemical Properties of Materials
    Call number: TA402.C744CE
  7. Concise Encyclopedia of the Mechanical Properties of Materials
    Call number: TA405.C744
  8. Concise Encyclopedia of the Properties of Materials Surfaces and Interfaces (1st ed.)
    Call number: TA402.C744CEO
  9. Concise Encyclopedia of the Structure of Materials (1st ed.)
    Call number: TA402.C744CES
  10. Encyclopedia of Corrosion Technology (2nd ed., rev. and expanded)
    Call Number: TA418.74.S413E 2004
  11. Encyclopedia of International Corrosion Standards
    Call Number: TA418.74.F672
  12. Encyclopedia of Materials: Science and Technology [e-book]
    Print copy is also available. Click here for the library catalogue record.
    Call Number: TA402.E56E
  13. Encyclopedia of Polymer Science and Technology (3rd ed.)
    Call number: TP1110.E56E
  14. Plastics Materials and Processes: A Concise Encyclopedia [e-book]


  1. Biomaterials Fabrication and Processing Handbook [e-book]
    Print copy is also available. Click here for the library catalogue record.
    Call number: R857.M3B615BFP
  2. Ceramic Interconnect Technology Handbook
    Call number: TK7871.15.C4C411CN
  3. Corrosion Engineering Handbook (2nd ed.)
    Call number: TA462.S413
  4. CRC Handbook of Liquid-Liquid Equilibrium Data of Polymer Solutions[e-book]
    Print copy is also available. Click here for the library catalogue record.
    Call number: QD381.9.S65W846
  5. Dechema Corrosion Handbook [e-book]
  6. Handbook for the Chemical Analysis of Plastic and Polymer Additives [e-book]
    Print copy is also available. Click here for the library catalogue record.
    Call number: TP1142.H236HF
  7. Handbook of Advanced Ceramics [e-book]
    Print copy is also available. Click here for the library catalogue record.
    Call number: TP807.H236
  8. Handbook of Advanced Ceramics Machining [e-book]
    Print copy is also available. Click here for the library catalogue record.
    Call number: TJ1185.H236A
  9. Handbook of Biodegradable Polymers [e-book]
    Print copy is also available. Click here for the library catalogue record.
    Call number: TP1180.B55H236H
  10. Handbook of Ceramic Composites [e-book]
  11. Handbook of Conducting Polymers: edited by Terje A. Skotheim and John Reynolds (3rd ed.) [e-book]
    Print copy is also available. Click here for the library catalogue record.
    Call number: QD382.C66H236 2007
  12. Handbook of Magnetism and Advanced Magnetic Materials
    Call number: QC753.2.H236
  13. Handbook of Nanomaterials [e-book]
  14. Handbook of Nanostructured Biomaterials and their Applications in Nanobiotechnology
    Call number: TP248.25.N35H236
  15. Handbook of Plastic Processes
    Call number: TP1130.H236H
  16. Handbook of Plastics Joining: A Practical Guide (2nd ed.) [e-book]
    Print copy is also available. Click here for the library catalogue record.
    Call number: TP1160.H236H
  17. Handbook of Plastics Testing and Failure Analysis (3rd ed., Expanded ed.)
    Call number: TA455.P5S525H
  18. Handbook of Polymer Research: Monomers, Oligomers, Polymers and Composites
    Call number: QD381.H236
  19. Handbook of Thermoplastic Elastomers [e-book]
  20. Handbook of Thin-Film Deposition Processes and Techniques: Principles, Methods, Equipment and Applications (2nd ed.)
    Call number: TK7872.T55H236T 2002
  21. Physical Properties of Polymers Handbook [e-book]
  22. Plastics Additives Handbook (6th ed.)
    Call number: TP1142.P715 2009
  23. Plastics Technology Handbook. [e-book]
    Print copy is also available. Click here for the library catalogue record.
    Call number: TA455.P5C454 2007
  24. Polymer Data Handbook (2nd ed.) [e-book]
    Print copy is also available. Click here for the library catalogue record.
    Call No.: TA455.P58P783PD
  25. Polymer Foams Handbook: Engineering and Biomechanics Applications and Design Guide (1st ed.) [e-book]
    Print copy is also available. Click here for the library catalogue record.
    Call number: TP1183.F6M657
  26. The Plastics Handbook
    Call number: TP1130.L495

Journal articles, conference papers, reviews, standards and news articles subscribed by the library are available here.

You may also visit our library database listing to select a database.


Core Databases

  1. Materials Science with METADEX
    Leading materials science database, with specialist content on materials science, metallurgy, ceramics, polymers, and composites used in engineering application in one place. Sources covered include over 3,000 periodicals, conference proceedings, technical reports, trade journal/newsletter items, patents, books, and press releases. View its Database information page.
  2. Springer Materials
    SpringerMaterials is the world’s largest resource for physical and chemical data in materials science, covers 250,000 substances and materials systems, 3000 properties, and 1,200,000 literature citations. It is mainly based on the Landolt-Börnstein book series, including critically assessed data in all areas of physical sciences and engineering. It also comprises a database on Thermophysical Properties (DDBST), a database on Inorganic Solid Phases (LPF), and chemical safety data. View its Database information page.
  3. ASM Handbook Online
    ASM Handbook Online, the ASM’s flagship reference series on metals and materials, provides a comprehensive, practical, and reliable source of technical knowledge and engineering data about the selection, processing, performance, and analysis of structural materials. It contains all of the data and information from 24 volumes of the ASM Handbook series, as well as the two ASM Desk Editions of ASM Engineered Materials Handbook and ASM Metals Handbook. View its Database information page.
  4. ASM Alloy Center
    The ASM Alloy Center enables users to search in one easy step across ASM property data, performance charts, and processing guidelines for specific metals and alloys. It contains five content areas which include alloy finder, coatings data, corrosion data, datasheets & diagrams, and materials property data. View its Database information page.
  5. Reaxys (Beilstein\Gmelin)
    Reaxys is a web-based interface for 3 chemical information databases, namely Beilstein (organic chemistry); Gmelin (inorganic and organometallic chemistry); and Patent Chemistry. View its Database information page.
  6. SciFinder (Web Version)
    SciFinder is a research discovery tool that provides to access a wide diversity of research from many scientific disciplines, including biomedical sciences, chemistry, engineering and materials science. View its Database information page.
  7. Engineering Village
    The platform providing access to multiple databases for latest applied science and engineering research developments namely Compendex, Inspec and NTIS. Also provides access to CRCEngNetbase and Referex e-book package, patents produced European Patent Office (EPO), the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). View its Database information page.

Related Databases

  1. ScienceDirect Online
    ScienceDirect is a full-text scientific database offering journals, book series, books and reference works. It contains more than 2,500 peer-reviewed journals and more than 11,000 books. View its Database information page.
  2. Scopus
    Scopus is a multidisciplinary database that covers engineering, science, economics and social sciences literature. It also provides access to citation information. Access to the most recent articles and highly cited articles in Scopus from NTU is also available. View itsDatabase information page.
  3. Web of Science
    Provides access to abstracts and citations are drawn from leading professional science and social sciences journals. The database also offers access to articles’ cited references which include government publications and patents. View its Database information page.
  4. Dissertations & Theses via Proquest
    It provides information about doctoral dissertations and master’s theses. Dissertations published from 1980 forward include 350-word abstracts written by the author. Master’s theses published from 1988 forward include 150-word abstracts. Full Text – PDF is available from 1997 onwards. View its Database information page.

Academic journals are the dominant communication medium for disseminating and sharing research findings particularly in science and engineering. Journal articles are available in the following ways:

  1. NTU Library Subscribed E-journals A-to-Z list
  2. Databases
  3. Print Journals

NTU Library Subscribed E-journals A-to-Z list

Locate the electronic copy in the NTU Library Subscribed E-journals A-to-Z list first. There are four ways to search through the A-to-Z list:

  1. Browse the index of e-journal providers (if you are familiar with the journal publishers like Wiley, Elsevier and etc.)
  2. Search for titles subscribed by the library. E-journal title search can be Title Name, Publisher Name, ISSN, Subjects or all of the above
  3. Browse by Subjects
  4. Browse a list of free e-journals

The search result will present the databases that the journal can be found in and the period covered. Click on the database title to proceed.


Search on a specific subject or topic by using databases relevant to Materials Science and Engineering.

Print Journals

Current print journals are located in the Lee Wee Nam Library at level 2 and bound journals (i.e. older issues) are on level 5.

For a specific title, locate the call number and location via the Library Catalogue. Search using the journal title and select “Journal Title” from the drop down menu.


Important Note: Articles titles are not searchable in the library catalogue. Please search using the journal titles.


Core Journals

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The Audio Visual collection is located in the Business Library at Level B2. Staff and Masters/PhD students can borrow the titles home while the undergraduate students can approach the service desk to borrow a title and view it within the library.

Some of the Materials Science and Engineering AV titles are listed below. Click on hyperlinked titles to check availability in the Library.

  1. Composites: Properties, Processing and Uses
    Call No.: TA418.9.C6C737
    Year: 2002
    Type: DVD
  2. Corrosion Control for Aircraft
    Call No.: TL671.9.C825
    Year: 2004
    Type: DVD
  3. Engineering: Tiny Nano World
    Call No.: T174.7.E57
    Year: 2005
    Type: DVD
  4. Magic Materials
    Call No.: TP1088.M194
    Year: 2006
    Type: DVD
  5. Mechanical & Non Destructive Testing
    Call No.: TA410.M486N
    Year: 2007
    Type: DVD
  6. Nanotechnology: An Introduction
    Call No.: T174.7.N186AI
    Year: 2007
    Type: DVD
  7. Nanotechnology: An Overview
    Call No.: T174.7.N186B
    Year: 2003
    Type: DVD
  8. Nanotechnology Manufacturing
    Call No.: T174.7.N186NM
    Year: 2003
    Type: DVD
  9. Plastic Injection Molds
    Call No.: TP1150.P715M
    Year: 2004
    Type: DVD
  10. Plastics: Properties and Uses
    Call No.: TP1120.P715P
    Year: 2002
    Type: DVD
  11. Plastics Finishing
    Call No.: TP1170.P715
    Year: 2001
    Type: DVD
  12. Plastics in Manufacturing: Injection & Rotational Moulding, Vacuum & Pressure Forming
    Call No.: TP1150.P715
    Year: 2003
    Type: DVD
  13. Polymer Production Techniques
    Call No.: TP1120.P783
    Year: 1998
    Type: DVD
  14. Super Materials
    Call No.: TA404.2.S959
    Year: 2006
    Type: DVD
  15. Tool Materials
    Call No.: TJ1192.T671
    Year: 2008
    Type: DVD
Web Resources

Listed below are some selected web resources regarding Materials Science and Engineering.

Content at a Glance

Societies and Institutions
Institutions of Higher Learning
Topical Sites
Search Engines
Discussion Forums
Other Useful Resources

Societies and Institutions

  1. Materials Information Society (ASM International)
    ASM International is the society for materials engineers and scientists. It is a worldwide network dedicated to advancing the industry, technology, and applications of metals and materials.
  2. NACE International
    NACE International is the leader within the corrosion engineering and science community, and is recognized around the world as the premier authority for corrosion control solutions.
  3. Materials Research Society (MRS)
    MRS is dedicated to goal-oriented basic and applied research on materials of technological importance.
  4. American Ceramic Society (ACerS)
    ACerS is an international association that provides the latest technical, scientific, and educational information to its members and others in the ceramics and related materials fields.
  5. The Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining
    The Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3) is a major UK engineering institution whose activities encompass the whole materials cycle, from exploration and extraction, through characterisation, processing, forming, finishing and application, to product recycling and land reuse.
  6. International Union of Materials Research Societies
    The International Union of Materials Research Societies was established in 1991 as an international association of technical groups or societies which have an interest in promoting interdisciplinary materials research.
  7. National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) nanotechnology, materials and manufacturing laboratory
    Although it is funded by the Japanese government to a large extent, the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) is not to be mistaken as a government institution. AIST and its predecessor organizations have continuously been contributing to the Japanese society through their continuous advancement in technologies.
  8. American Society for Testing and Materials
    ASTM International is a voluntary standards development organizations, which is known for their high technical quality and market relevancy. ASTM International standards have an important role in the information infrastructure that guides design, manufacturing and trade in the global economy.
  9. Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering (SAMPE)
    The Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering (SAMPE®) is an international professional member society. It provides information on new materials and processing technology either via technical forums, journal publications, or books in which professionals in this field can exchange ideas and air their views.
  10. The Institution of Engineers Singapore, IES
    The Institution of Engineers, Singapore was formally established in July 1966 as the national society of engineers in Singapore. IES is the premier engineering Institution in Singapore and is often called upon by the Government to provide feedback regarding professional engineering matters.
  11. Institute of Materials Research and Engineering
    The Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE) is a member of the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR). They are committed to high-quality, extensive materials research and development to bring about the latest in innovation and technology.

Institutions of Higher Learning

Universities with departments or schools in Materials Science and Engineering

  1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Materials Science and Engineering
  2. University of California Berkeley, Department of Materials Science and Engineering
  3. Stanford University, Department of Materials Science and Engineering
  4. University of Cambridge, Department of Materials Science & Metallurgy
  5. California Institute of Technology (Caltech), Division of Engineering and Applied Science
  6. University of Tokyo, Department of Materials Engineering
  7. Imperial College London, Department of Materials
  8. University of Toronto, Department of Materials Science and Engineering
  9. Carnegie Mellon University, Department of Materials Science and Engineering
  10. University of Oxford, Department of Materials
  11. Georgia Institute of Technology, School of Materials Science and Engineering
  12. Tsinghua University, Department of Materials Science and Engineering
  13. National University of Singapore, Department of Materials Science and Engineering
  14. Delft University of Technology, Department of Materials Science and Engineering
  15. Kyoto University, Department of Materials Science and Engineering

Topical Sites

1. Ceramics

  1. National Institute of Standards and technology, NIST (US) – Ceramics Division
    NIST Ceramics Division provides useful data such as NIST recommended practice guides, ACerS/NIST Phase Equilibria Database, Inorganic Crystal Structure Database and etc.
  2. Ceramics webBook – Ceramics Database
    Ceramics webBook contains useful references and evaluated data such as high temperature superconducting materials database and structural ceramics database.
  3. MatBase – Ceramics
    This site provides general information and properties on different types of ceramics such as Young’s modulus, bending strength, melting temperature and etc.
  4. The Engineering ToolBox – Ceramics
    This site provides properties of some common ceramics such as porcelain, Alumina Silicate Refractory, Zirconia Porcelain and etc.

2. Corrosion

  1. Corrosionist
    Corrosionist is a corrosion search engine which enables a better search for the most relevant corrosion information.
  2., the Corrosion Portal™, is the gateway of choice for corrosion personnel worldwide on the internet in searching for technically relevant information related to all aspects of corrosion and materials. It consists of wide variety of free content such as Materials and Corrosion Database, Alloys Database and etc.

3. Nanomaterials

  1. Nanowerk
    Nanowerk is a popular source for nanotechnology information. It contains many free resources and nanomaterials database.
  2. MatWeb
    MatWeb’s searchable database of material properties includes data sheets of thermoplastic and thermoset polymers such as ABS, nylon, polycarbonate, polyester, polyethylene and polypropylene; metals such as aluminum, cobalt, copper, lead, magnesium, nickel, steel, superalloys, titanium and zinc alloys; ceramics; plus semiconductors, fibers, and other engineering materials.
  3. Journal of Nanomaterials
    Journal of Nanomaterials is an open access journal. It is directed at both academic researchers and practicing engineers.

Search Engines

  1. Scirus
    Scirus provides searches that covers over 380 million science-specific Web pages.
  2. Google Scholar
    Google Scholar is a freely-accessible Web search engine that indexes the full text of scholarly literature across an array of publishing formats and disciplines.
  3. InfoMine: Scholarly Internet Resource Collections
    INFOMINE is a virtual library of Internet resources relevant to faculty, students, and research staff at the university level. It contains useful Internet resources such as databases, electronic journals, electronic books, bulletin boards, mailing lists, online library card catalogues, articles, directories of researchers, and many other types of information.
  4. Engineering Resource Online
    This site provides access to a practical guide to Engineering products, companies and resources.

Discussion Forums

  1. ENG-TIPS Forum
    ENG-TIPS Forum is a forum that offers the opportunity for people to discuss about real world issues within a non-threatening, non-commercial atmosphere.
  2. The Materials Forum
    This site links to a forum supported by MATCO Services, Incorperated, which is an independent materials testing, consulting and engineering firm.
  3. Physics Forums
    This site provides access to scientific physics forums for professionals and students to discuss about serious issues and topics regarding physics in theory, practice, study and reality.

Other Useful Resources

  1. Intute
    Intute is a free online service that helps to find many useful resources.
  2. WWW Virtual Library
    The WWW Virtual Library is run by a loose confederation of volunteers, who compile pages of key links for particular areas in which they are expert; even though it isn’t the biggest index of the Web, the VL pages are widely recognised as being amongst the highest-quality guides to particular sections of the Web.
  3. Yahoo Directory: Material Science

Reserves / RBR titles / Red-spot books are the recommended textbooks selected by your lecturers for your course modules.

Browsing the Reserves Collection

Reserve titles for Engineering and Science are located in Lee Wee Nam Library at the Reserves section of Level 3. They are marked for a loan of two hours. They can be borrowed with your student card using the self-service machines located within the Reserves section. Do return them on time as overdue fines are set at S$0.50 per hour.

Searching for Reserves

You can retrieve Reserves titles via their Course Codes from the Library Catalogue.

Go to the Library Catalogue:

  1. Click the Reserves tab on the top right-hand side
  2. Key in the course code
  3. Click Lookup Items on Reserve by Course Number
Student Works

MSE Final Year Project Reports and Industrial attachment Reports (except the confidential reports) can be found in our Digital Repository, DR-NTU (Restricted Access). Do log in using NTU network user name and password to view the full-text.

View the Collection Page of the MSE Student Reports (FYP/IA/PA/PI). Enter your search terms and click “Go”.

Alternatively, you can browse by “authors”, “titles”, “subjects” and “by date”.

See the diagram below for a snapshot of the Collection Page.



Staff Publications

The publications by NTU faculty, consisting of journal articles and conference papers, are available in the Digital Repository, DR-NTU (Open Access). This collection can be found with a search in Google.

MSE Staff Papers

Access the MSE staff papers through the DR-NTU (Open Access).

A number of publishers like RSC allow self archiving of publications in institutional repositories. Refer to the copyright policies and archiving guidelines from Sherpa Romeo for submitting articles in DR-NTU.

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