Welcome to the 25th International Conference on Information Fusion in Linköping, the Fusion Capital of Sweden.
July 4-7 2022
Linköping Concert and Congress center
Thank you all for fantastic conference days last week!
Alessandro D'Ortenzio, Costanzo Manes and Umut Orguner,
A Model Selection criterion for the Mixture Reduction problem based on the Kullback-Leibler Divergence
Runze Gan, Qing Li and Simon Godsill,
A Variational Bayes Association-based Multi-object Tracker under the Non-homogeneous Poisson Measurement Process
Mingchao Liang and Florian Meyer,
Neural Enhanced Belief Propagation for Data Association in Multiobject Tracking
Daniel Laidig, Ive Weygers, Simon Bachhuber and Thomas Seel,
VQF: A Milestone in Accuracy and Versatility of 6D and 9D Inertial Orientation Estimation
Kailai Li, Florian Pfaff and Uwe Hanebeck,
Circular Discrete Reapproximation
Results - FUN RUN The detailed program is now available on EasyChair.
Simon Bachhuber, Daniel Weber, Ive Weygers and Thomas Seel,
RNN-based Observability Analysis for Magnetometer-Free Sparse Inertial Motion Tracking
Linköping has for the past 100 years been the aerospace capital in Northern Europe, with two airfields, aircraft manufacturing industries, air force training and a whole ecosystem around this, including the C3ISR branch of the Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI), and the Swedish Air Force Museum.
You will find a beautiful city center with walking distance between the conference venue and the hotels. Linköping is a historic place, dating back more than 700 years. It hosts the bishop of one of the first and most important dioceses (1107) in Sweden and a beautiful 800 year old cathedral. More highlights of the venue and city are presented in the invitation film showed at the gala dinner for Fusion 2021.
Linköping University was founded in the 1960s as an engineering university to support Swedish aerospace and other industries, but it has sparked the whole city to grow over 150% since then. The Science Park has 350 companies and 7000 employees, with focus areas in automotive safety, telecom, MedTech and IoT. Linköping University, with its EE, CS and ME departments, has contributed hundreds of papers to FUSION over the years. It is part of the 600 million USD research program WASP, focusing on autonomous systems (AS) and machine learning (ML). Aside from the traditional scope of the conference, FUSION 2022 will also highlight AS and ML in its plenaries, tutorials, special sessions and exhibitions.
WELCOME TO LINKÖPING!
Fredrik Gustafsson, Gustaf Hendeby and Terence van Zyl
General Chairs of Fusion 2022