John Wiley & Sons enter into co-branding agreement with the ASME
Wiley and ASME expect to publish ten new titles per year, with potential to expand this number in future years
HOBOKEN, N.J. – October 15, 2015 — Global publisher John Wiley & Sons, Inc., and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), the premier society for mechanical engineers, announced today an agreement to develop and publish a co-branded imprint of mechanical engineering books.
Wiley and ASME expect to publish ten new titles per year, with potential to expand this number in future years. New titles under the imprint, which will carry both the Wiley and the ASME Press logos, will begin to appear in early 2016. Upcoming titles include:
Introduction to Dynamics and Control in Mechanical Engineering Systems by Cho Wing Solomon To, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA;
Nonlinear Regression Modelling by Russ Rhinehart, Oklahoma State University, USA; and
Fundamentals of Mechanical Vibrations by Liang-Wu Cai, Kansas State University, USA.
“As a leading publisher of mechanical engineering content, we are excited to partner with the ASME,” said Jon Walmsley, Senior Vice President & Managing Director, Professional Publishing and Learning at Wiley. “This is the start of what I hope will be a long and fruitful relationship with the ASME as we work together to effectively meet the information needs of mechanical engineers, and help them gain the skills and knowledge they need to be successful throughout their careers.”
“We look forward to the opportunity to increase the global impact of ASME Press publications through this collaboration with Wiley,” said Philip V. DiVietro, Managing Director, Publishing, ASME.
Wiley and the ASME have served the information needs of engineers worldwide for over 135 years, and this collaboration will provide even more effective informational solutions to the mechanical engineering community.