The 2006 MFI international conference will be held in the historical city of Heidelberg, Germany.
It goes without saying that Heidelberg stands for its world-famous castle, and its picturesque city centre in a
breathtaking and beautiful surrounding. The longest and one of the most attractive pedestrian zones in Europe,
situated in the heart of Heidelberg, is full of magnificent monuments and buildings, which stand as a legacy to
this city's fascinating heritage.
The conference will be located at the Print Media Academy, which is a modern conference centre with state-of-the
art media technology, and a unique auditorium surrounded by water features.
The combination of the historic scenery of Heidelberg and the futuristic atmosphere at the Print Media Academy
will make this conference an outstanding and unforgettable experience for all participants.
The objective of the conference is to report and explore technical achievements in the field of
multisensor fusion and integration. It will provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and discussions of future directions.
Papers with new research results on all aspects of multisensor fusion for intelligent systems are encouraged for submission.
Topics include, but are not limited to:
- General Theory
- Sensing Architectures and Real-World Issues
No registered speakers so far
Call for Contributed Papers
Prospective authors are invited to submit high-quality papers representing original results in all
areas of multisensor fusion and integration for intelligent systems.
Papers must be submitted through the conference website and will be rigorously peer-reviewed and evaluated by at
least two referees for technical content. The standard number of pages is 6 and the maximum page limit is 8 pages
with extra payment for the additional pages. At least one of the authors must register for the conference in order
for the paper to be included in the proceedings.
Call for Special Sessions
Interested attendees are encouraged to propose special sessions, which provide a forum for
focused discussions on new and innovative topics. Typically, an special session consists of 5 papers.
A proposal with the session title, list of corresponding authors with contact information, and a brief statement
of purpose of the session must be submitted by April 1, 2006. It is important to note that the special papers undergo
the same rigorous review process.
Tutorials & Workshops
Like in previous MFI conferences, the organizers intend to arrange an extensive program of
workshops and tutorials to be held prior to the conference. Proposals for tutorials and workshops that address
topics related to the conference theme are welcome. Proposals must be submitted through the conference website by April 1, 2006.
More details on how to submit proposals for workshops and tutorials will be announced later this year.
Deadlines for all submissions and proposals
: April 1, 2006
Notification of acceptanc
: June 1, 2006
Final manuscript submisson deadline
: July 15, 2006