Princeton University Press is a highly regarded independent publisher with close connections to Princeton University. Its fundamental mission is to disseminate scholarship both within academia and to society at large and to publish the innovative works of the greatest minds in academia across a range of disciplines. Among its authors, the press has published the works of many highly esteemed leaders in their respective fields, including several Nobel Prize winners.
IEEE has partnered with Princeton University Press to bring a new collection of eBooks to the IEEE Xplore digital library. With over 300 titles dating back to 1945, the Princeton University Press eBooks Library provides today’s professionals and students with cutting-edge data from the world’s leading authorities and some of the most influential scholars in their fields.
This specially curated collection with approximately 30 new titles introduced each year, provides essential information on a wide range of technology areas including Computer Science, Electrical Rngineering, Mathematics, Physics and Astronomy, Education, and History of Science and Knowledge.
Intended for graduate level students, researchers, engineers, and professionals