Purpose and Scope:

ASME Letters in Dynamic Systems and Control offers rapid dissemination of novel, high-quality, cutting-edge original findings on theoretical or applied topics from the dynamics and control community. Papers are subjected to ASME’s standard, high-quality peer review process.

Submissions are limited to 2500-5000 words (approximately 3-6 pages) with rapid, online publication of accepted papers targeted within six weeks of submission.

This new publication will publish the state of the art in dynamic systems and control research, with a focus on topics of interest to the dynamic systems and control community. ASME Letters in Dynamic Systems and Control will provide the global engineering community with a forum to communicate the emerging research ideas that will shape the future efforts in dynamic systems and control.

Topics include, although not limited to: Modeling; Identification; Diagnostics; Intelligent Systems; Mechatronics; Automotive and Transportation Systems; Bio-systems and Health Care; Energy Systems; Robotics; Vibrations; Smart Structures


Peter H. Meckl, Purdue University

Diversity and Inclusion
The Technical Committee on Publications and Communications endorses the commitment of ASME to support diversity and to create and ensure inclusive and ethical practices for publishing as well as the science and engineering professions.