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Early Stage Researchers

 

AOKI Edson Hiroshi

(University of Twente, the Netherlands)

Project: Energy efficient sensor scheduling for sensor networks of simple sensors.

BATTISTELLO Giulia

(Department Sensor Data and Information Fusion, Fraunhofer FKIE, Germany)

Project: GIS for multiple sensor air-to-ground surveillance and traffic monitoring.

BOCQUEL Melanie

(THALES Nederland B.V., the Netherlands)

Project: Integrated information extraction.

BUSHMINKIN Kirill

(Rinicom Ltd, United Kingdom)

Project: Hybrid Sensory Networks.

KATSILIERIS Fotios

(THALES Nederland B.V., the Netherlands)

Project: Sensor management aspects.

 

KOK Manon

(Division of Automatic Control, Department of Electrical Engineering of Linköping University, Sweden)
Project: Localization and mapping using magnetometers.

 

MATHAI George

(Department of Data Fusion, Command and Control Systems, Security and Defence Solutions, Saab AB, Järfälla, Sweden)

Project: Track-Before-Detect based on acoustic sensors.

 

PETROV Nikolay

(School of Computing and Communications, Lancaster University, United Kingdom)

Project: Group object tracking and distributed estimation.

 

RODIONOV Denis

(Rinicom Ltd, United Kingdom)

Project: Localization and positioning on WiMAX networks.

 

ROTH Michael

(Division of Automatic Control, Department of Electrical Engineering of Linköping University, Sweden)

Project: Structured models for non-linear filtering.

 

SYLDATK Marek

(Department of Data Fusion, Command and Control Systems, Security and Defence Solutions, Saab AB, Järfälla, Sweden)

Project: Localization and calibration of ground sensors.

 

TZAVELLA Katerina

(Department Sensor Data and Information Fusion, Fraunhofer FKIE, Germany)

Project: Sensor and map assistance for search and rescue teams.

 

ZVIKHACHEVSKAYA Anna

(School of Computing and Communications, Lancaster University, United Kingdom)

Project: Localisation in Unknown Urban Environment.

 

 

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