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