Call For Papers

Call for Papers for Fusion 2023 is now closed.

Paper Submission Guidelines

Instructions an guidelines for final paper submission can be found here.

Selected Special Sessions

The selected 2023 Special Sessions include:

  • Acoustic Data Fusion, Marc Oispuu
  • Context-based Information Fusion, Jesus Garcia
  • Directional Estimation, Florian Pfaff
  • Evaluation of Technologies for Uncertainty Reasoning, Paulo Costa
  • Extended Object and Group Tracking, Kolja Thormann
  • Information Fusion for situation understanding and sense-making, Lauro Snidaro
  • Sensor Models and Calibration Techniques, Jannik Springer
  • Advanced Nonliner Filtering, Uwe Hanebeck

Topics of Interest

The topics below are to be read within the context of sensor fusion and/or data fusion and/or information fusion.

Theory and Representation: 

Probability theory, Bayesian inference, argumentation, Dempster-Shafer theory, possibility and fuzzy set theory, rough sets, logic fusion, preference aggregation, decision theory, random sets, finite point processes and others.


Cognitive methods, signal processing and localisation, recognition, classification, identification, nonlinear filtering, data association, tracking, prediction, situation/impact assessment, alignment and registration, pattern/behavioural analysis, image fusion, fusion architectures, resource management, machine learning and artificial intelligence, topic modelling, natural language processing, contextual adaptation, anomaly/change detection.


Soft-hard fusion, autonomous systems, defence/security, robotics, intelligent transportation, mining/manufacturing, wireless sensor networks, economics, finance, fintech, environmental monitoring, medical care/e-health, bioinformatics, radio astronomy, critical infrastructure protection, condition monitoring, precision agriculture, video streaming, streaming and sketching and other emerging applications.


Sequential inference, data mining, graph analysis, ontologies/semantics, modelling/realisation/evaluation, target/sensor modelling, benchmarks/testbeds, trust in fusion systems, computational methods, cloud/edge computing/fusion, fusion performance.

Important Dates

March 1, 2023: 
Full paper submission (Notification of Acceptance April 15)

May 26, 2023: 
Early registration deadline

June 1, 2023: 
Final paper submission


FUSION 2023 proceedings will be published by the IEEE in IEEEXplore and is Scopus indexed.


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