Asian Journal of Control

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Editor-in-Chief: Li-Chen Fu

Impact Factor: 1.411

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 23/59 (Automation & Control Systems)

Online ISSN: 1934-6093

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About the Asian Journal of Control

The Asian Journal of Control, an Asian Control Association (ACA) and Chinese Automatic Control Society (CACS) affiliated journal, covers practical research and developments in the areas of control, involving all facets of control theory and its application.

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The Journal's 2012 Impact Factor has increased from 1.034 to 1.411*, a 36% increase!

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*2013 Release of Journal Citation Reports®
Source: Thomson Reuters 2012 Citation Data

Awards & Announcements

Zidong Wang, Associate Editor of AJC, honored as IEEE Fellow

Zidong Wang

Congratulations go to Professor Zidong Wang, an Associate Editor of AJC, who is honored as IEEE Fellow, the highest grade of membership of the IEEE, for his outstanding contributions to networked control and complex networks, effective from January 2014.