[robotics-worldwide] [meetings] IEEE MFI 2017 CFP Deadline extended to July 31

hyangmi kim info at mfi2017.org
Sun Jul 23 19:10:56 PDT 2017

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*Call for Papers 
The 2017 IEEE International Conference on Multisensor Fusion and Integration
for Intelligent Systems (MFI 2017) 
November 16 - 18 , 2017, EXCO, Daegu, Korea 
www.mfi2017.org *

*Important Dates*
•	Submission of full-length papers: July  10, 2017 ==> July 31, 2017
•	Notification of paper acceptance: September 10, 2017 
•	Submission of final papers: October 10, 2017 

A limited number of excellent papers will be selected among presented papers
after the conference. They will be published as an extended version of the
conference proceedings in one of the two journals below. 
  • Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering (LNEE) of Springer 
  • Journal Sensors  (indexed by SCIE) 

*Plenary Speakers *
 • "Multi View and Multi Domain Fusion: A Historic Perspective and some
“Brain-Derived” Experiments" by Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Alois Knoll,
Technische Universität München/ fortiss GmbH, Germany 
 • "Multisensor based Interaction and Learning for Human-Robot Hybrid
Systems" by Prof. Hong Cheng, University of Electronic Science and
Technology of China, China 
 • "Multisensor Fusion and Integration applied to Intelligent Military
Systems" by Dr. Yong Woon Park, Institute of Defense Advanced Research
(IDAR) at the Agency for Defense Development (ADD), Korea 
 • "Robot meets world" by Dr. David Han, Ocean Battlespace Sensing
Department at the Office of Naval Research (ONR), USA 

*Special Invited Speakers *
 • "Robot Audition and Its Potential for Sensory Fusion" by Prof. Hiroshi G.
Okuno, Waseda University, Japan 
 • Dr. Rodolphe Gelin, SoftBank Robotics, France 
   To be informed later. 

*Special Sessions*
 • Special Session 1: Intelligent Grasping of Various Moving Objects Based
upon Visual Servoing 
Organizer: Jangmyung Lee, Pusan National University, Korea 
 • Special Session 2: Data Fusion Methods for Cyber-Physical Systems 
Organizers: Florian Rosenthal, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT),
                  Uwe D. Hanebeck, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT),

 • T01 "Multi Sensor Fusion for Autonomous Vehicles" 
    by Bharanidhar Duraisamy, Daimler AG, Germany 
 • T02 "Probabilistic Logic foro Multi-Source Knowledge Bases" 
   by Henderson Thomas, University of Utah, USA 
 • T03 "Game-Theoretic Methods for Survival of Cyber-Physical
Infrastructures with Discrete Components"	
   by Rao Nageswara, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA 
 • T04 "Multi-modal Sensing within Elderly Care Applications" 
   by Torresen Jim, University of Oslo, Norway 
 • T05 To be informed later.	
    by TBD, Civil Maps, USA

*Related Expos in Daegu*
•	DAMEX 2017: The 18th Daegu Automatic Machinery Expo                                         
•	Parts & Materials Show 2017: The 12th Materials, Parts & Components
•	ROBEX 2017: The 6th Daegu Robot Expo 

*Conference Organizers*
 • General Chairs: Sukhan Lee, Ren C. Luo 
 • Regional Co-Chairs:  Thomas C. Henderson, Rüdiger Dillmann, Hajime Asama 
 • Program Chairs: Hanseok Ko, Uwe D. Hanebeck, Fuchun Sun 
 • Organizing Chair: Songhwai Oh 

*IEEE MFI 2017 Secretariat*
E: info at mfi2017.org 
W: www.mfi2017.org 
T: +82 2 717 3280 

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