The Fusion 2022 Organizing Committee is inviting submissions of proposals for tutorials to be presented on 4 July 2022. The main purpose of the tutorial programme is to provide overviews of the state of the art in the particular subfields of Information Fusion. This programme should be useful to newcomers to the Information Fusion community to learn about the research achievements of the particular areas as well as to currently active Information Fusion researchers who may be interested in widening their areas of research interest. Proposals for tutorials may cover the areas listed in the general Call for Papers (Theory and Representation, Algorithms, Modeling simulation and evaluation and Applications), as well as other areas where Information Fusion can or should be applicable. Examples include, but are not limited to fusion of human produced and unstructured information, Big Data analytics, Information Fusionin
Cloud computing, and Information Fusion applied to Cybersecurity.
Proposals should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Proposals should be a pdf document in a format which can be posted on the website after acceptance.
A proposal needs to contain:
The honorarium for tutorial speakers is made up of a basic amount plus a variable bonus. However, we will not offer any printing services and are not responsible for study materials distributed to the attendees. The bonus is directly taken from the tutorial fees and thus proportional to the number of attendees.
Tutorial proposals: May 1, 2022
Notification of acceptance: May 15, 2022