COLLECTIONS

Collections

The library has a collection, specializing in mathematics and statistics, of almost 19.000 documents. The documents are sorted according to the classification of theAmerican Mathematical Society.

Although users can also have collections from other libraries UPC, the collections of the FME Library are:

 

 

Collection of educational guides from the FME from the creation of the faculty the 1992-1993 course to the present.

Access to the Teaching Guides of the FME

Collection of the recommended books in the subjects of the degrees of the FME.

Access to the Recommended bibliography of the current course

You can retrieve the documents purchased by all libraries UPC en mathematics and statistics.

Access to the documents purchased by the FME library.

Application form of document purchases.

 

Collection of e-books in mathematics and statistics.

Remember to have the button eBIB installed in your browser to access digital collections.

For any questions or concerns contact us: biblioteca.fme@upc. Edu.

 

Collection of e-books of the Teaching Guide of the subjects of the FME.

Digital books UPC 

Collection of digital books of mathematics and statistics published by the UPC.

Lecture notes in mathematics  

Series of books in the field of mathematics edited by Springer.

ScienceDirect e-books

Access to all products offered by Elsevier: ScienceDirect and Scopus. 

Springer-Link 

Access to the full text of the magazines and books published by Springer-Verlag.

Free access e-books 

Collection of e-books on math and statistics free access. 

IngeBooks

Access to books by university texts in mathematics and statistics.

 

Electronic journals

Access to electronic journals of mathematics and statistics in subscription and open accesst.

Databases

Collection of databases in the field of mathematics and statistics.

Access to the academic Work of the FME

Academic regulations of the FME regulating academic work

Academic regulations (Final Project of Degree and Final Project of Máster)

Deposit and consultation in the library

The academic work (TFG, TFM, PFC and PT), available both in physical support to the library and in electronic support to the institutional repository Academic work UPC (prior authorization of the author), belong to the qualifications of the FME.

Any of these works can be found through the Catalog of the Libraries of the UPC.

The conditions for consultation of the academic work existing in the library in physical format (paper format or CD / DVD) are:

  • Work with a date prior to 2007 has a grade exceeding 8.
  • Since they are unpublished works, your query must be "in situ" (they are excluded from the loan).
  • They can be found directly on the shelves, classified with topographic signatures type "TFG xx Abc", "TFM xx Abc", "PFC xx Abc" or "PT xx Abc", where "xx" corresponds to the acronyms of the degree and " Abc "in the first three letters of the author's last name
  • The works on CD / DVD are not in free access. They must be requested at the lending desk.
  • From the 2017 / 2018 course, whose work has not been authorized for dissemination (at the author and / or company level) are not available in the library.

More than XUMUM FME exams are available at Exams deposit of the UPC.

As established in point 2.6 of the FME exam rules

Once the exam has been done, the teacher will deposit the statements on the teaching intranet of the subject from where the library staff will retrieve them. . Optionally you can also deposit the solution.

 

Collection of information resources from mathematicians or statisticians that the FME dedicates to each course.

Access to Mathematicians of the course

Collection of resources from universities and cities where the FME has mobility agreements.

Access to mobility portal

Access to FME recorded events: conferences, diploma delivery, etc.

Access to Zone video.

Portal that gives access to the library's bibliographic collection as well as web links about entertainment, games, narrative, etc. related in the field of mathematics and statistics.

Access to Recreational math


Last update: 28 / 06 / 2021