What is CES EduPack?

CES EduPack is a unique set of teaching resources that support Materials Education across Engineering, Design, Science and Sustainable Development.

  • Enjoy teaching engaged students using interactive, visual software
  • Teach transferable skills, including rational materials selection
  • Get fast access to reliable materials data, saving time
  • Keep courses up-to-date with the latest resources and data (recent additions cover sustainability and Additive Manufacturing)
  • Use self-study resources to stretch stronger students and to help others catch up
  • Apply real industrial case studies
  • Encourage inter-disciplinary learning, communication, and sharing of resources

Who is using CES EduPack?
Who is using CES EduPack?

CES EduPack is used at over 1,000 universities and colleges worldwide to support Materials Education from teaching of introductory materials topics to post-graduate courses.

Who uses it and what do they say?  

How CES EduPack supports teaching at different levels 

Does it support my subject?
CES EduPack subjects

Editions support Mechanical Engineering, Manufacturing, Industrial Design, Aerospace Engineering, Materials Science, Bioengineering, Sustainable Design, and more...

More on supported subjects 

Some key topics covered by CES EduPack 

What is in CES EduPack?

CES EduPack

CES EduPack provides a comprehensive database of materials and process information, powerful materials software tools, and a range of supporting resources: textbooks, lectures, projects, and exercises.

More on CES EduPack tools and resources  

How do I get it?
License information

Licenses are available for single courses, departments, or campus-wide. Find out how to match CES EduPack to your teaching needs and implement it within your course.

Information on licensing  

Arrange a demo 

About Prof Mike Ashby...The team behind CES EduPack

CES EduPack was founded on the pioneering work of renowned materials educator Professor Mike Ashby (pictured), working with colleagues at Cambridge University and around the world. It has been developed for over twenty years by working closely with the global network of CES EduPack users and collaborators, and through the work of the CES EduPack team based at the Granta headquarters in Cambridge, UK.

Find out more about our team 

Meet us at conferences, workshops, and web seminars