High Tech Summit

High Tech Summit | Library resources

Tuesday 19 Sep 17

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Tomorrow, DTU will open the doors to the first High Tech Summit, a two-day technology conference, where you can witness new technologies and debate our digital future.

Focus of the conference is the link between research and application, i.e. how to apply the new technologies successfully in the industry.

The technological development comprises four closely related trends that form the four tracks of the conference: ’Industry 4.0’, ’Digitalization and big data’, ’Internet of things’ and ’Advance materials’.

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DTU Library is focusing on the latest development in the four trends. We have gathered a small selection of DTU Library's online resources, where you can search for new research information and find publications covering research at DTU.

You are always welcome to ask us for help e.g. finding a specific publication or just to be inspired for new sources.
 

General sources

IEEE Xplorer Digital Library
IEEE Xplorer provides access to full-text documents from highly cited publications in electrical engineering, computer science and electronics.

SPIE Digital Library
The SPIE Digital Library is the most extensive resource available on optics and photonics, providing access to Conference Proceedings, technical papers, Journals and eBooks.

SpringerLink
SpringerLink provides access to publications in various areas from Springer Publishing: Journals, reference works, books and databases.

ACM Digital Library
Covers IT and computer science. It contains bibliographical references, conference proceedings, reviews as well as journal and newsletter articles.
 

Industry 4.0

Industry 4.0 covers the integration between the digital world and production. This brings great technological progress in areas such as robotics, artificial intelligence and 3D printing and creates, among other things, what's being called "the smart factory”.

A small selection of relevant titles on the subject:

Virtual and Physical Prototyping (ISSNs: 1745-2767)

Journal of Manufacturing Processes (ISSN: 1526-6125)

The Concept Industry 4.0 (ISBN: 978-3-658-16502-4)
 

Digitalization and big data

The term Big Data describes large data sets, structured or unstructured, and the potential uses of these data. Gathering, storing, analysing, processing and interpretation provide knowledge about different connections and trends.

A small selection of relevant titles on the subject:

Data & Knowledge Engineering (ISSN: 0169-023X)

Big Data (ISSN: 2167-6461) (Mary Ann Libert)

Scalable Big Data Architecture: A Practitioner’s Guide to Choosing Relevant Big Data Architecture (ISBN: 978-1-4842-1326-1)

Internet of things

The Internet is expanding as an increasing number of wireless devices that are connected and new applications emerge. Internet of Things represents a brand new network where devices communicate and exchange data. It opens up a completely new level of intelligence and automation of the network that give rise to new business opportunities.

A small selection of relevant titles on the subject:

I E E E Wireless Communications Magazine (ISSN: 1536-1284)

ACM Journal on Emerging Technologies in Computing Systems (JETC)’ (ISSN: 1550-4832)

Securing the Internet of Things (ISBN: 978-0-12-804458-2)

Advance materials

The development of new advanced materials is ongoing and results in significantly enhanced properties tailored to meet specific needs and / or having improved structural properties.

A small selection of relevant titles on the subject:

Advanced Materials (ISSN: 0935-9648)

ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces (ISSN: 1944-8252)

Advanced Materials: Techniques, Physics, Mechanics and Applications (ISBN: 978-3-319-56062-5)
 

More – findit here…
You can search and find more information in DTU Findit
, DTU's online library service. Here you search all the literature of the library covering the research areas of the university: science and technology.

In DTU Library Libguide, called Other search tools, you find a range of data bases, e-book collections and other online resource, from DTU Library. You may also use our Subject guides and Topic guides.

 

Stay tuned; tomorrow you can learn what some of the researchers say about resources and references and see their list of favourite publications.



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