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The Library has online access to all SPIE conference proceedings from 1990 onwards via the SPIE Digital Library.
The library has some print holdings for earlier proceedings. To find these you will need to search Franklin. If you know the number of the conference it is very easy to look for it on Franklin.
For example, to search for the following proceeding:
An International Conference on Thermal Infrared Sensing for Diagnostics and Control (Thermosense VI) : October 2-5, 1983 Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering ; v. 446.
Simply select a keyword search in Franklin and type in SPIE and the volume number, e.g.:- SPIE 446
If you do not know the volume number, but know the title, you can still do a keyword search. Use the term SPIE combined with terms from the title, e.g.: SPIE thermal infrared
You can contact a Science & Engineering Librarian for help.
Any Proceedings that the Library does not hold can be obtained for you via BorrowDirect+ and EZ Borrow.