The TMC Library is pleased to be able to now provide access to the SPIE Digital Library. This collection consists of specialized journals, conference proceedings and ebooks in the field of optics and photonics, including medical imaging, biomedical optics, microlithography, remote sensing, and nanophotonics.
The SPIE Digital Library includes the many peer-reviewed journals of the Society, including:
- Optical Engineering
- Journal of Biomedical Optics
- Journal of Electronic Imaging
- Journal of Applied Remote Sensing
- Journal of Nanophotonics
- Journal of Medical Imaging
SPIE eBooks is a growing collection of 300+ optics and photonics titles comprising SPIE Press monographs (authoritative reference works, texts, and handbooks), “tutorial texts” (works covering fundamental and emerging topics at introductory and intermediate levels) and field guides (concise quick-reference guides to key information that students, practicing engineers, and scientists need in the lab and in the field).
While the contents of the SPIE Digital Library are indexed and searchable through the TMC Library, SPIE Digital Library resources may also be accessed by going directly to the SPIE Digital Library website and logging in with Open Athens credentials.
SPIE is an international not-for-profit professional society for optics and photonics technology, founded in 1955. It organizes technical conferences, trade exhibitions, and continuing education programs for researchers and developers in the light-based fields of physics, including: optics, photonics, and imaging engineering. The society publishes peer-reviewed scientific journals, conference proceedings, monographs, tutorial texts, field guides, and reference volumes in print and online. SPIE is especially well-known for Photonics West, one of the laser and photonics industry’s largest combined conferences and tradeshows which is held annually in San Francisco. SPIE also participates as partners in leading educational initiatives, and in 2018, for example, provided more than $4 million in support of optics education and outreach programs around the world.