[robotics-worldwide] [meetings] SPIE 2015 Conf. Multisource Multisensor Information Fusion - Robotics Track - Deadline extended.

Damian Lyons dlyons at fordham.edu
Tue Oct 14 13:38:57 PDT 2014


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  SPIE 2015 Conference on Multisource Multisensor Information Fusion  -
Robotics Track

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   April 20-24, 2015 Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore,  Maryland USA
   SPIE Symposium on Sensing Technology and Applications

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TOPICS:
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Topics include sensor, information, decision fusion architectures,
algorithms and applications in all aspects of robotics, including
but not limited to:
 * Multisensor homing algorithms
 * Sensor Fusion in Mapping and Navigation
 * Map Fusion
 * Multiple robot searching and sensing
 * Multisensory integration for manipulation
 * Decision fusion in Intelligent Robotics
 * Cognitive Robotics
 * Neurophysiologically motivated architectures and applications
 * Adaptive and self-improving fusion system  architectures
 * Multisensor and distributed sensor system  design
 * Elucidative fusion systems, fusion benefits assessment and  prediction,
and associated metrics

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Critical Dates:
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*** Abstract Due Date: Extended to October 25 2014 ***

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Submission:
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Original technical paper contributions are solicited for oral presentation
or poster presentation (please indicate which).
For conference web page, see http://spie.org/ST124

Acceptance will be based on abstract review. Submitted paper should not be
currently under review by another conference or journal. At least one of
the authors of the accepted paper will need to present the work at the
conference.


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COMMITTEES:
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Conference Chair: Jerome J. Braun, MIT Lincoln Lab. (USA)

Program Committee: Sheela V. Belur, The Van Dyke Technology Group, Inc.
(USA); David P. Benjamin, Pace Univ. (USA); Belur V. Dasarathy, Information
Fusion Technologies
(USA); Michael Heizmann,Fraunhofer-Institut f?r Optronik, Systemtechnik und
Bildauswertung
(Germany); Charles F. Hester, U.S.Army Research, Development and
Engineering Command (USA); Mieczyslaw
M.Kokar, Northeastern Univ. (USA); Damian M. Lyons, Fordham Univ. (USA);
Mirela Popa,
Chemring Detection Systems, Inc. (USA); Firooz A. Sadjadi, Lockheed Martin
Maritime Systems & Sensors
(USA); Pramod Kumar Varshney, Syracuse Univ. (USA); Shanchieh Jay Yang,
Rochester Institute of Technology (USA)



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Prof. D. M. Lyons
Dir. Robotics & Computer Vision Laboratory
Dept. Computer & Information Science
JMH 340 Fordham University
441 E. Fordham Rd. Bronx NY 10458
PH:+1 718 817-4485 FX: +1 718 817-4488
EM: dlyons at cis.fordham.edu
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