T-ASETransactions on Automation Science and Engineering (journal)
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Automation today is where computer technology was in the early sixties, a patchwork of ad-hoc solutions lacking a rigorous scientific methodology," said Ken Goldberg, chair of the T-ASE Advisory Board.
Since its launch two years ago, T-ASE has published research papers, theories, and case studies on emerging topics such as automated genetic screening, manipulation of embryonic cells, efficient assembly of nano-scale structures, and new methods to save energy using home automation.
T-ASE grew out of IEEE Transactions on Robotics and Automation (T-RA), the top-ranked journal for research in Robotics.