ACTA AUTOMATICA SINICA is a high-level academic periodical co-sponsored by the Chinese Association of Automation and the Institute of Automation, the Chinese Academy of Sciences. This periodical was founded in 1963, discontinued in 1966 and re-issued in 1979. It is sextodecimo in size, a monthly publication with 160 pages per issue. It is published by Science Press, and released publicly at home and abroad.
The ACTA AUTOMATICA SINICA publishes various high-level theoretical and applied scientific research results in the field of automation science and technology, including: (1) automatic control; (2) system theory and system engineering; (3) technology and application of automation engineering; (4) computer-aided technology of automation system; (5) robots; (6) artificial intelligence and intelligent control; (7) pattern recognition and image processing; (8) information processing and services; (9) network-based automation. The Periodical’s Editorial Board is composed of authoritative scholars in the field of automation around the world. The editorial department is located at the Institute of Automation, the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
The readers of the ACTA AUTOMATICA SINICA are researchers, teachers, developers, postgraduate, and undergraduate engaged in automation. It is included in many popular retrieval publications and databases such as the American Engineering Index (EI), the British Science Abstracts (SA), the Japanese Information Center for Science and Technology (JICST), and the Russian Abstract Journal (AJ).
The ACTA AUTOMATICA SINICA won the third prize, the first prize and the second prize of the excellent periodical of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1985, 1990 and 1996. It won the third prize of the second National Excellent Scientific and Technological Periodical in 1997, and won the China National Periodical Award in 2002 and 2005. The periodical was selected in the Top 100 Newspapers and Periodicals in 2013 and 2015, and won many honorary titles such as Excellent Science and Technology Periodicals, 100 Outstanding Academic Periodicals and The Most Influential Academic Periodicals in China. The periodical has received funds from the Publishing Fund from the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the China Association for Science and Technology for many years.
Contact: Ou Yan
|Wang Feiyue||The State Key Laboratory for Management and Control of Complex Systems, Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences||Director|
Associate Editor-in-Chief (by the Chinese character stroke of family name)
|Tian Jie||Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of S|