[robotics-worldwide] CFP: ICCAIS, Nha Trang Vietnam, Special Session on SLAM, Sensor Fusion and Multi-Object Estimation

Martin Adams martin at ing.uchile.cl
Wed Apr 17 15:09:07 PDT 2013



Call for Papers: IEEE International Conference on Control, Automation and
Information Sciences (ICCAIS 2013):


Special Session on: SLAM, Sensor Fusion and Multi-Object Estimation.




Conference dates: 25-28 November 2013


Full paper submission date: 31. May 2013


Conf. website and paper submission details:


Special Session Organisers: Martin Adams (Univ. Chile) and Daniel Clark
(Herriot Watt Univ.)


Contact Organisers: martin at ing.uchile.cl, D.E.Clark at hw.ac.uk





Following the success of ICCAIS 2012, the Institute of Applied Mechanics and
Informatics, Vietnam

Academy of Science and Technology is proud to host the Second International
Conference on Control,

Automation and Information Sciences (ICCAIS 2013) from November 25-28, 2013,
co-organized by

University of Information Technology, Vietnam National University at Ho Chi
Minh City. ICCAIS 2013,

technically co-sponsored by the IEEE Vietnam Section, will be held at the
beautiful beach front city of

Nha Trang ( the most popular tourist destination in Vietnam), Vietnam. This
conference provides a forum

for regional and international researchers, engineers and practitioners to
get together, discuss and present

relevant achievements, challenges, innovation as well as future direction in
control, automation and

information sciences research and practice.


Authors are invited to submit English written, original work. Accepted
papers will be published in

the 2013 ICCAIS Proceedings which will be included in IEEE Xplore, normally
indexed in EI and

Scopus, and sent for review to be indexed in ISI Proceedings.


This special session is soliciting papers containing novel research in areas
related, but not limited, to:


Mobile Robot Navigation,

Guidance and Control, 

Field Robotics, 

Unmanned Vehicle Systems,

Nonlinear Filtering and Smoothing, 

Finite Set Statistics, 

Probability Hypothesis Density Filtering, 

Target Tracking, 

Multi-Sensor Multi-Target Tracking, 

Data Fusion, Sensor/ Resource Management

Image Processing, 

Machine Learning



Many thanks


Martin Adams and Daniel Clark.





Dr. Martin Adams

Professor of Electrical Engineering

Universidad de Chile

Dept. Electrical Engineering

Av. Tupper 2007, 837-0451 Santiago, Chile


Phone: +56-2-2978-4209

Fax:       +56-2-2672-0162

Email:    <mailto:martin at ing.uchile.cl> martin at ing.uchile.cl

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