Engineering Resources

Understanding concepts in engineering is a critical component for many majors at NYIT; the following websites will help explain some of the most common topics in engineering. Make sure that you also sign up for in-person tutoring at the Learning Center to get even more help in this field.

Mechanical Engineering:

Electrical Engineering:

  • Electrical Engineering Lectures: A series of lectures that cover variable frequency, arc flash, and panel fabrication.
  • EE Times: An online journal covering current topics and breakthroughs in the field of electrical engineering.
  • Engineering Exchange: A community run blog and resource collection that provides video tutorials and news about current developments in the field. The question and answer thread and comment boxes allow to you to become engaged with engineers from around the country.

Computer Science:

  • Algorithms and Data Structures: This site provides research and reference materials on topic such as dynamic programming, recursion, and more.
  • Design and Analysis of Algorithms: A comprehensive collection of lecture notes ranging from vectors all the way to linear programming. This is a great study and review site to solidify your understanding of your course material.
  • Computational Science and Discovery: An online scholarly journal free to the public with full text articles. This is a great resource for research papers and staying current with what research is being done by professionals in the field.
  • Overview of Computational Science: For students new to the major, check out this overview to get a sense of what your college courses (and beyond that, your career) will encompass.
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