Ei Compendex is the broadest and most complete engineering literature database available in the world. It provides a truly holistic and global view of peer reviewed and indexed publications with over 20 million records from 77 countries across 190 engineering disciplines. Every record is carefully selected and indexed using the Engineering Index Thesaurus to ensure discovery and retrieval of engineering-specific literature that engineering students and professionals can rely on. By using Ei Compendex, engineers can be confident information is relevant, complete, accurate and of high quality.
Compendex source list (XLSX, September 2019, 3.1 MB)
Content sources (and counting*)
- 190 engineering disciplines
- 77 countries
- 2,200 publishers
- 3,615 journals
- 330 Open Access titles
- 116 trade magazines
- 95,790 conference proceedings
- 78 book series
- articles in press from 1,369 journals
- 119,273 dissertations
- all technical standards from IEEE with more standards from other organizations on the way
Content size (and counting*)
- 20+ million records >1970
- 11.6 million journal articles
- 6.9 million conference papers
- 27,000 records added weekly
- 1.78 million records from 1884-1969 (Ei Backfile)
* count as of mid-December 2016
Ei Compendex cross-disciplinary areas
Ei Compendex related areas
- Applied Physics, including Optics
- Bioengineering and Biotechnology
- Food Science and Technology
- Materials Science
- Instrumentation, including Medical Devices
Founded in 1884, Engineering Index has recorded virtually every major engineering innovation from around the world. The Engineering Index Backfile provides a comprehensive, historical view of engineering innovations from 1884-1969 with over 1.7 million records digitized from the original print indexes. Combined with Ei Compendex, it provides the most comprehensive overview of the last 130 years of engineering literature and it is available on Engineering Village only.
Why Ei Compendex on Engineering Village
Ei Compendex is indexed specifically for engineers using the Engineering Index Thesaurus, making search results consistently accurate and relevant to engineering research. Engineering Village's powerful search tools leverage Ei Compendex's controlled vocabulary, making it quick and easy for users to refine their searches and gain insight from results.
Other unique features available only on Engineering Village are:
- Citation counts, citation details and author profiles from Scopus
- Publisher search, limit to or exclude feature
- Ei Backfiles for publications between 1884 - 1969
- Articles in press from 1,260 journals
Why Engineering Village
Engineering Village is an essential resource for students, researchers and faculty to stay up-to-date in their field, acquire knowledge in new areas, set up research proposals and write papers. It is the leading information discovery platform specifically designed by and for the engineering community. By using Engineering Village, engineers gain easy access to information and can be confident search results are relevant, complete, accurate and of high quality.
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- 3.8+ million records from 1970-present
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- 511 international chemistry journals
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