The PReVENT/ProFusion2 Consortium is pleased to release the
call for papers for the 1st e-Journal
PReVENT is an Integrated Project (IP) co-funded by the European Commission INFSO to contribute to road safety. ProFusion2 represents the automotive sensor data fusion research arena at European level. It is a sub-project, part of the PReVENT integrated project which works on sensor data fusion (SDF), developing common SDF framework for automotive preventive and active safety applications carrying out research on environment modeling and data fusion algorithms.
ProFusion2 will publish 3 yearly volumes of electronic scientific journals in July 2006, June 2007 and January 2008 on “Advances on Sensor Data Fusion for Automotive Safety Applications”. The objectives of the ProFusion2 e-Journal are:
• Publish unique peer-reviewed research papers on sensor data fusion for automotive environment and models.
• Promote research activities and developments of ProFusion2 project and in general inform about ProFusion2 and sensor data fusion activities within the framework of PReVENT.
• Promote the use of sensor data fusion to the automotive industry by invited or submitted contributions from the industry
All volumes will be available to the ProFusion2 Fusion Forum, i.e. the key people in automotive sensor data fusion. The e-Journal will be also available on-line at http://www.prevent-ip.org/profusion.
Topics of interest for the research papers are (not limited): Data association, target tracking, motion and environment modeling, image or sensor data fusion, target recognition and classification, performance evaluation of sensor data fusion systems, sensor data fusion architectures, fusion ontologies, artificial intelligence, situation awareness, sensor networks, theoretical advances on sensor data fusion, etc.
Topics of interest for the industrial contributions are (not limited): Deployment and market issues, applications development using multi-sensor systems, products and prototypes, cost benefit analysis, R&D industrial projects, etc.
Regular papers as well as correspondences in the above topics are actively encouraged. Authors are invited to submit papers describing advances, applications and new concepts on sensor data fusion. Manuscripts should be submitted in MS Word
format to [email protected]. The research papers should not exceed 10 pages (Times New Roman, one column single spaced text, 12pt); the industrial and other contributions should not exceed 6 pages.
The deadline for submissions has been extended to 30th of June.
|| Dr. Aris Polychronopoulos (ICCS, Greece)|
|| Dr. Angelos Amditis (ICCS, Greece),|
|| Dr. Olivier Aycard (INRIA, France)|
|| Dr. Erich Fuchs (FORWISS, Germany)|
|| Kay Furstenberg (IBEO AS, Germany)|
|| Dr. Su-Birm Park (DELPHI, Germany),|
|| Dr. Ullrich Scheunert (University of Chemnitz, Germany)|
|| Thomas Tatschke (FORWISS, Germany)|
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