Biographies: M-R

Magnus (Amy), Session MoC4

Capt. Amy L. Magnus is Research Lead for Knowledge Based Decision Making at the Intelligent Information Branch, AFRL/IFTD, Rome Research Site, Rome NY. She is a Ph.D. candidate in Electro Optics at the Air Force Institute of Technology, Dayton OH where she received her MSEE degree in 1995. Capt. Magnus began her electrical engineering career in 1987 working in remote sensing at the Center of Imaging Science, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester NY. She was commissioned into the United States Air Force in 1990. With the military, she has managed programs developing remote sensing algorithms for early warning satellites and researched software engineering, image processing and neural network technology.

Mallick (Mahendra K.), Session MoD1

Dr. Mahendra K. Mallick has been working at ALPHATECH, Inc. as a Senior Research Scientist since 1996. He received a Ph.D. degree in Solid State Theory from State University of New York at Albany in 1981. He has over eighteen years of professional experience including employment at TASC (1985-96) and CSC (1981-85). Currently, he is working on multi-sensor and multi-target tracking of on-road and off-road targets using multiple hypothesis tracking algorithm. His research interests include estimation, stochastic modeling, multi-sensor multi-target tracking, electromagnetic scattering, orthogonal distance regression, motion estimation, registration, data fusion, satellite orbit and attitude estimation, numerical computation, object oriented analysis and design. He has a number of publications in referred journals and proceedings. He is a member of IEEE.

Marmoiton (F.), Session WeB5

Marquès (Miguel), Session MoC3

M. Marquès is a student from the EPMI engineering school of Cergy-Pontoise (France). He’s doing his final training at the Thomson-CSF DETEXIS company in the frame of the data fusion.

Marx-Gómez (Jorge), Session TuB5

Masters (Andrew), Session WeC4

Andrew Masters was a researcher at the University of Sunderland from 1997 - 1999 investigating metrics and quality assurance of AI systems.

Maupin (P.), Session WeD5

Mauris (Gilles), Sessions MoC3, TuB5

MacIntyre (John), Session MoD5

Meizel (Dominique), Session WeC5

Dominique Meizel was born in 1952. after an engineer degree from Ecole Centrale de Lille(1976), he received the Doctor-Engineer Degree (1979) and the ''Doctorat d'Etat'' (1984) for studies concerning Stability of Non-Linear Systems with applications in Chemical engineering. He is Professor at the UTC (Technology University of Compiègne, France) since 1988 where he turned to problems concerning the control and observation of Mobile Robots and Intelligent Vehicles by set-membership techniques. Since 1999, he is the head of a CNRS research group concerning Human Machine Cooperation for Driving Assistance.

Menard (Michel), Session TuC5

Mercier (G.), Session WeD3

Mevassvik (O.M.), Session TuD1

Michalska (Hannah), Session MoD2

Hannah Michalska received a PhD degree at The University of London, England, and a Diploma of The Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, London, in the field of Control Systems, in 1989. In the period of 1989-1992 she worked as a postdoctoral Research Fellow in The Imperial College Research Center for Process Control. In 1992 she became an Assistant Professor, and in 1998, an Associate Professor, in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, McGill University, Montreal, Canada. She conducts research in control theory, optimization, and data fusion.

Mihaylova (Ludmila Stoyanova), Session MoD2

Assistant Research Professor Ludmila Stoyanova Mihaylova received M.S. degree in Technical University of Sofia, Bulgaria, in 1989. She specialized in Informatics and Applied Mathematics in 1990-1991, and received Ph.D. degree in Technical University of Sofia in 1996. IEEE, WSES and ISIF member.

Milgram (Maurice), Session ThC5

Milisavljevi¢ (Nada), Session ThC3

Morabito (Francesco Carlo), Session WeD3

Francesco Carlo Morabito received the "Laurea Degree" cum Laude in Electronic Engineering at Univerisity of Naples, Italy, in 1985. He is currently an Associate Professor of Foundations of Electrical Engineering at the University of Reggio Calabria, where he serves as Chair of the Electronic Engineering Council. He's listed in Who's Who in the World and Who's Who in Science and Engineering. He is the author or co-author of about 90 papers, 2 book chapters, 2 international and 1 Italian patents. He is the editor of the book "Advances on Intelligent Systems" from IOS Press. Since 1997 he is the chair of INNS/SIG Italy and since January 2000 he serves as Governor of INNS.

Mori (Shozo), Session TuC4

Dr. Shozo Mori obtained his Ph.D. degree from Stanford University, California, U.S.A., in Engineering-Economic Systems in 1983. From 1981 to 1991, he was at Advanced Decision Systems, Mountain View, California, as a Senior Research Engineer, contributing to various projects mainly concerning multi-object, multi-sensor, object tracking and discrimination. In 1992, he joined Tiburon Systems, San José, California, as a Senior Systems Engineering Specialist, contributing several algorithm development for various data fusion products. Tiburon Systems was later acquired by Texas Instruments, and then subsequently by Raytheon Company.

Morrell (D.), Session WeD1

Moruzzis (Michel), Session WeD1

Mostafa (Mostafa G.), Session Wed3

Mostafa G.-H. Mostafa is an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Computer and Information Sciences, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt. Before joining the Faculty of Computer and Information Sciences in 1996, Dr. Mostafa was a Teaching Assistant (1985-1989), an Assistant Lecturer (1989-1995), and an Assistant Professor (1996) at the Faculty of Science, Ain Shams university. He received his B.Sc. (honors) in 1984, M.Sc. in 1989, and Ph.D in 1996, all in Physics from Ain Shams University. He has been a visiting scholar at the ORNL, TN, USA in 1993-95. Dr. Mostafa is currently a visiting scholar at the CVIP Lab, University of Louisville. His current research interests include computer vision and pattern recognition, data fusion, and neural networks.

Motamed (Olivier), Session ThB3

Mouchot (M.C.), Session WeD3

Movaa (Uma), Session WeD4

Uma Movaa has been working as a computer engineer at the Information Science and Technology Directorate of the U.S. Army Research Laboratory since 1986. Prior to that she was at the U.S. Army Logistics center, Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. Ms. Movva has worked on a wide variety of projects with various agencies and private industry while at the Logistics Center and the Army Research Laboratory. Currently, she is working on the integration of the Army Research Laboratory's Combat Information Processor (CIP) system and the University of Maryland's IMPACT environment.

Musso (Christian), Sessions WeD5, ThB2

Christian Musso received the qualification of Ph.D (docteur de 3ème cycle) in applied mathematics of the University of Joseph Fourier in Grenoble (France) in 1993. He was employed by the french naval direction (DCAN) in 1986 where he supervised and performed optimal observer manoeuvers algorithms and quick estimators in Target Motion Analysis. Then he was employed by the french aeronautic office (ONERA) in 1991 where he works on radar signal processing. He is interested in estimation, tracking, detection, optimisation and non linear filtering (particle methods or bootstrap filter).

Namatame (Akira), Session MoC5

Professor Akira Namatame graduated from Japan Defense Academy in 1993. He had his graduate works at Departments of Operations Research and Engineering-Economic Systems at Stanford University from 1976 to 1979, and received his Ph. D in 1979. He served at the Air Self-Defense Force, where he engaged in several R&D programs. He joined the Department of Computer Science at Japan Defense Academy in 1988. He was a visiting Associate Professor at George Mason University from 1989 to 1990. He is now Professor of the Department of Computer Science of Japan Defense Academy. He is also the director of the computer center of the academy. His research interests include multi-agents, knowledge engineering, neural networks, evolutionary computation, game theory, and decision technology. He has published several books and more than 90 refereed journal or conference papers.

Ng (G.W.), Session WeB1

Dr GeeWah Ng received his MSc and PhD from University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST), UK, in 1993 and 1996 respectively. His research interests include data fusion, target tracking, sensor management, neural network, self-tuning system and control of non-linear system.

Ng (K.H.), Session WeB1

Nicolas (Philippe), Session TuC2

Nicoletti (Aparecida), Session MoC4

Maria Aparecida Nicoletti is a biochemist who works at the Faculdade de Ciencias Farmaceuticas of the Universidade de Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo. She holds a Ph.D. in Biochestry from Universidade de Sao Paulo (1999).

Nicoletti (Maria do Carmo), Session MoC4

Maria do Carmo Nicoletti has been a lecturer/researcher in the CS Department of the Universidade Federal de Sao Carlos since 1988. During the period 1981-1988 she worked as system analyst at a finantial corporation. She holds a M.Sc. by research in CS from Oxford University, England (1980) and a Ph.D in CS from IFSC-USP, Brazil (1994). She is doing her post-doctoral studies at the University of New South Wales, Australia, on leave from UFSCar, supported by FAPESP - SP, Brazil.

Nifle (Alain), Session MoC4

Alain Nifle is engineer at ISR - subsidiary of THOMSON-CSF. This work corresponds to a thesis in the frame of a CIFRE convention between the Paris South University and the Society AEROSPATIALE.

Nigro (J.M.), Session WeB5

Nikolov (Stavri G.), Session MoD3

Stavri Nikolov was born in Sofia, Bulgaria, in 1967. At present he is a researcher in medical imaging at the Image Communications Group, Centre for Communications Research, University of Bristol, UK. He obtained an MSc in computer science from 'St. Kliment Ohridski' Sofia University and a PhD (Microscopy Image Processing) from Vienna University of Technology in 1992 and 1996, respectively. His research interests include wavelet image analysis, medical image analysis, image fusion, and volumetric data processing and visualisation. He is currently developing new algorithms for fusion of medical images and for automatic navigation in volumetric images. He is a member of the British Machine Vision Association and an associate member of IEEE.

Nimier (Vincent), Sessions WeC1,WeD1

Vincent Nimier received a PhD degree in signal analysis from the Grenoble Polytechnic National Institute (INPG, France) in 1990. He is currently the DTIM/MCT departement director at ONERA. His research fields concern with data fusion for classification and tracking, and resource allocation problem.

Noyer (Jean-Charles), Session WeB3

Jean-Charles Noyer obtained the DEA of Theoretical Physics from the Université Aix-Marseille in 1992 and received in 1996, the Ph.D. degree in Automatic and Signal Processing from the Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France. Since 1997, he is with the Laboratoire d’Analyse des Systèmes du Littoral, Université du Littoral Côte d’Opale, France, where he works as Maître de Conférences. His research interests are in non-linear filtering and data fusion.

Nozawa (E.T.), Session WeC4

Nürnberger (Andreas), Session TuB5

Nygårds (Jonas), Session TuB5

Okon (Dennis), Session ThB1

Oudjane (Nadia), Session WeD5

Nadia Oudjane was graduated from Supaero (the French national ingineering school in aeronatic and aerospace) in 1997. At present she is working at ONERA (the French research office in aerospace) as a PhD student. Her thesis directed by François LeGland (from INRIA, the French institut on computing and automatic) deals with particle methods applied to the nonlinear filtering problem.

Owen (Mark W.), Session MoC1

Mark Owen is currently an engineer for the U.S. Navy working at SPAWAR Systems Center San Diego. He currently is working on control and fusion of a field of sensors. His interests include signal processing related to SONAR, data fusion, and control systems. He has a BS and an MS in electrical engineering from California State University Long Beach. His thesis topic was on the applications of neural networks using extended Kalman filtering.

Oxenham (Martin), Session WeD4

Martin Oxenham graduated from the University of Adelaide, Australia in 1982 with a Bachelor of Science Degree (B.Sc.) in the Mathematical Sciences. In 1983, he completed his Honours year there earning a B.Sc. with First Class Honours in the discipline of Pure Mathematics. In 1984 and from 1986 to 1994, he was employed as a tutor and lecturer by the Department of Pure Mathematics at the University of Adelaide. In 1985, he studied at the Mathematics Institute "Ulisse Dini" in the University of Florence, Italy. In 1992, he completed his postgraduate studies in the field of finite geometry and was conferred the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the Mathematical Sciences. In 1994, he joined what is now known as Surveillance Systems Division at the Defence Science and Technology Organisation, Salisbury, Australia as a research scientist. Since then, his research has focused on information fusion supporting air picture compilation, and situation and threat assessment. His current professional interests are in the areas of estimation theory, tracking, track fusion, and artificial intelligence.

Paradis (Stéphane), Session MoD5

Pasquarelli (Antonello), Session ThC3

Paul (Jeffrey), Session TuB3

Jeffrey L. Paul is the Specialist for Sensors for the Director, Sensor Systems, in the Office of the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Science and Technology. He is responsible for the oversight of the Department of Defense Science and Technology programs for: Sensor Technology, Automatic Target Recognition (ATR) Technology Assessment, Personnel Recovery, Joint Countermine/Humanitarian Demining, and the new DUSD (S&T) initiative for Smart SensorWeb. He is the OSD Chairman for the Technical Area Review and Assessment (TARA) Sensor Technology Sub-panel.
Mr. Paul rejoined the Department of Defense in 1997, after eleven years at Hughes Aircraft Company, El Segundo, California. During his career at Hughes, he was Business Development/Marketing Manager for the Land Warrior and Thermal Weapon Sight programs. He was also Program Manager for the Multisensor Acquisition & Fire Control System for Advanced Combat Vehicles and the Advanced Robotic Ground Vehicle Technology programs. These programs represented the Army's first initiatives to evaluate multisensor fusion applications for advanced tank fire control and robotics. This involved the development and application of FLIR, Millimeter Wave Radar, TV, Laser Radar, and Sensor Data Fusion algorithms. He also managed the Advanced Neural Net Technology for Automatic Target Recognition (ATR) program, DARPA's first program in the application of Neural Net technology to ATR Silhouette Extraction.
Prior to his tenure at Hughes, Mr. Paul served in the Civil Service as a Research/Supervisory Physicist at the Night Vision Laboratory, Ft. Belvoir, Virginia. He joined the Laboratory in 1968 where he conducted pioneering work in Image Intensification technology and has published numerous papers in Electro-Optics and Laser technology. His accomplishments include the development and fielding of a number of night vision systems, including: the first AN/PVS-5, Night Vision Goggles, the Infrared Aiming Light, AN/PAQ-4, and the Eyesafe Miniature Laser Rangefinder, AN/PVS-6. He also conducted extensive research in Laser Countermeasures and in tunable/frequency-agile, solid-state lasers.
Mr. Paul received a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics and Mathematics in 1968, at Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, Illinois. He has a wife, Gloria, and three children.

Penjam (Jaan), Session WeB4

Jaan Penjam(b. 1955) graduated from Tartu University in1979 as mathematician. He has the Candidate of Science degree (Soviet equivalent of PhD) in computer science (1984). Currently, he is a professor of theoretical computer science at Tallinn Technical University and director of Institute of Cybernetics. His scientific interests vary from semantics of programs and computational logic to artificial intelligence, constraint programming and high performance computing on networks.

Peterson (Timothy J.), Session MoC5

Petrovic (Vladimir), Session WeC3

Pieczynski (Wojciech), Sessions MoD4, WeB3

Pietrasinski (J.), Session WeC1

Pomorski (Denis), Session ThC4-1

Denis Pomorski was born in 1966. He obtained the PhD degree in Automatic Control in 1991. He is currently Assistant Professor at the University Lille I. His research area is information theory, structural analysis and machine learning.

Postaire (Jack-Gérard), Session TuC5

Prade (Henri), Plenary Talk, Session TuA1

Henri Prade (Institut de Recherches en Informatique de Toulouse) is a "Directeur de Recherche" at C.N.R.S. He received a Doctor-Engineer degree (1977), his "Doctorat d'Etat" (1982) and the"Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches" (1986). He is the author or the co-author of a large number of technical papers on uncertainty modelling and applications. With Didier Dubois he is the co-author of two monographs on fuzzy sets (Academic Press,1980) and possibility theory (Plenum Press, 1988), and the co-editor of the 7 volume "Handbooks of Fuzzy Sets Series" (Kluwer, 1998-2000). He is also the co-editor (with D. Dubois and R. Yager) of a volume entitled "Fuzzy Information Engineering: A Guided Tour of Applications" (Wiley, 1997). He is co-editor-in chief of Fuzzy Sets and Systems and a member of the the Editorial Board of several scientific journals including IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems, the Artificial Intelligence J., the Inter. J. of Approximate Reasoning, the Inter. J. of Intelligent Systems, the J. of Intelligent Information Systems, Fundamenta Informaticae, Information Sciences, Soft Computing, Pattern Analysis and Applications among others. His current research interests are in uncertainty and preference modelling, non-classical logics, approximate and plausible reasoning and decision with applications to Artificial Intelligence and Information Systems.

Prenat (Michel), Session WeC1

Prevost (Lionel), Session ThC5

Qingdong (Du), Session TuD5

Racamato (J.P.), Session TuD3

Rak (S.), Session TuC3

Ramer (Arthur), Session MoC4

Arthur Ramer worked as a mathemtician in 1963-72, an actuary in 1972--80, and a computer scientist since 1981. He is currently an Associate Professor and Reader at the University of New South Wales. He joined the UNSW in 1992, after working for several years at the US universities. He published nearly 40 journal articles and book chapters, and over 80 international conference papers.

Rao (Nageswara S.), Sessions MoC3, MoC5

Nageswara S. V. Rao received B. Tech in electronics and communications engineering from Regional Engineering College, Warangal, India, in 1982, M. E. from School of Automation, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India in 1984, and Ph.D. in computer science from Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana in 1988. He is a Senior Research Staff Member at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, where he joined in 1993. He was an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia from 1988 until 1993. His research interests include computer networks, robot navigation, N-learner systems, and fault diagnosis. He is on the editorial boards of the Journal of Franklin Institute and Information Fusion journal.

Raptis (Sotiris), Session MoC4

Mr. Sotiris Raptis has a B.Sc. (Ptychion) in Physics, 1994, University of Athens. He has focused its interests since the early years of his studies in Telecommunications and Digital Signal Processing. In 1995 he joined National Technical University of Athens (N.T.U.A.), Dept. of Electrical and Computers Engineering, Informatics Division. He is now a member of the Intelligent Robotics and Automation Laboratory. His current interests include intelligent image analysis, fuzzy logic applications in image processing and intelligent information fusion.

Rassou (Jean-Claude), Session ThC3

Ratton (Laurent), Session TuC2

Laurent Ratton graduated in 1993 from the Institute for Chemistry and Physics Institute (ICPI) in Lyon, France, and received his Diplôme d’Etudes Approfondies in Signal and Image Processing from the National Institute for Applied Sciences (INSA) in Lyon in 1994. Then he joined the Institute for Systems Research at the University of Maryland, College Park (USA) where he worked on signal processing and classification/identification techniques and dynamic system modeling between 1994 and 1996 as Visiting Researcher from RHONE-POULENC. He is now working with THOMSON-CSF Detexis as research engineer, interested in information processing techniques such as multitarget multisensor tracking, sensor fusion, sensor management.

Rautenstrauch (Claus), Session TuB5

Rea (T.A.), Session TuB2

T.A. Rea was born in Chatham, Ontario. He attended the Royal Military College of Canada, Kingston, Ontario, where he received the B.Sc. (Applied) degree in 1987 and the M. Eng degree in Electrical Engineering in 2000. He was comissioned as an armoured officer into the 8th Canadian Hussars (Princess Louise's), in 1987. He has served on regimental tours in Canada, and with the 4th Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group in NATO. He has also served as a requirements staff officer at Land Force Headquarters. Captain Rea is graduate of the Land Force Technical Staff Course and the Canadian Land Force Command and Staff College, both in Kingston, Ontario.

Read (Chung Hye), Session TuB2

Mrs. Chung Hye Read was born in Seoul, Korea. She attended Ewha Womans University and received B. A. and M. S. degrees in Physical Geography and Geomorphology. She attended Oregon State University of on a full scholarship and received a M. S. in Oceanography. Currently, she is a P h. D. Candidate in Geospatial Analysis at the University of Maryland.
Mrs. Read taught Ewha Womans University prior to her abroad study in the United States and also at the University of Missouri at St. Louis Campus. She began her Federal government service at the Defense Mapping Agency (DMA) in 1980. At the National Imagery and Mapping Agency (NIMA), she is in the Advanced Research and Development Division of Acquisition and Technology Directorate. She is responsible to development of Automated/Assisted Feature Extraction and Dynamic Littoral Zone programs, and for Information Fusion technology development.

Reboul (Serge), Session MoD4

Serge Reboul received the Ph.D. degree in electronic from the University of Littoral Côte d’Opale, Calais, France in 1995. He is currently Maître de Confrences at the University of Littoral Côte d’Opale, in the laboratory of Analyses des Systèmes du Littoral (UPRES EA 2600). His research interests include statistical methode for multidimensional signal processing and data fusion.

Reister (David B.), Session MoC3

David B. Reister received the Ph.D degree in engineering science in 1969 from the University of California, Berkeley. From 1968 to 1974, he was on the faculty of the State University of New York at Buffalo. From 1974 to 1985, he worked for Alvin Weinberg at the Institute for Energy Analysis. Since 1985, he has been at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. He has published 36 journal articles on the mathematical analysis of complex systems including: robots, long term energy supply and demand for the US and world, and nuclear reactor theory. He has received a patent for a motion and traction control system and has received an R&D 100 award for his work on application of global optimization to geophysical problems.

Rekkas (Christos), Session ThC3

Dr. Christos Rekkas, born in 1962 in Athens, Greece, has an engineering background, with a Ph. D on tracking issues. His career includes academia, industry and EUROCONTROL (i.e. the European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation). Currently he works as an expert for EUROCONTROL Surveillance Unit. His tasks include, Automatic Dependent Surveillance and SSR Mode S Programmes, Surveillance Data Processing and Distribution project, as well as the system aspects of the Surveillance Domain. Areas of particular interest are the ADS Concept, ADS Requirements, Multi-sensor tracking for classical and new types of Data Sources, Multi-sensor environment assessment, ATM Surveillance Data Tracker and Server (ARTAS) product, the use of aircraft derived data etc. He is the author of plenty of publications (e.g. IEEE) and EUROCONTROL documents.

Remez (Victor), Session ThB5 (2)

Remillard (Bruno), Sessions ThB2

Dr. Bruno Remillard is Full professor at Département de mathÈmatiques et d'informatique, Universite du Québec à Trois-Rivières. He is also the director of Laboratoire de recherche en probabilités et statistique. For more details see his web page

Reynaud (Roger), Session MoC4

Roger Reynaud is Professor at the Paris South University. He works on Process Control Architecture in the area of Signal Processing and on Data Fusion Mechanisms and Architecture at Institute of Fundamental Electronics of this university. His scientific domains are complex system prototyping including sensors, communication, fast algorithms and associated structures (standard and dedicated circuits, dedicated compression), multi-sensor data fusion, autonomy of agent in the system, mixed modeling (possibility and probability).

Rhyne II (Robert D.), Session WeB1

Robert D. Rhyne II is an undergraduate majoring in mathematics and computer science. He has developed extensive software related to automated resource management, fuzzy logic, and visualization. His research interest are automated resource management, data mining, sensor fusion, artificial intelligence, fuzzy logic, and complexity theory. He has published two papers on fuzzy logic based resource management and related data mining techniques. He is a member of the International Society of Information Fusion.

Robazkiewcz (M.), Session TuC5

Rogers (Timothy J.), Session WeD4

Timothy J. Rogers is a senior programmer at the University of Maryland College Park, where he is the lead developer of the IMPACT System. Prior to his work at UMD, he worked at Microburst, Inc. where he developed multilingual applications for a variety of international organizations. He also developed communications software for commercially available PDA devices. He also served in the US Air Force for 4 years as a linguist in Okinawa and two tours in Korea.

Rogova (Galina L.), Invited Session Chair

Galina L. Rogova received both her MS and PhD in Moscow, Russia. Currently she is a scientist at Veridian Corporation and conducts her research at CUBRC, a not-for-profit joint venture between SUNY at Buffalo and Veridian Engineering. Her research interest is focused on hybrid approaches to information fusion, decision fusion and decision support, pattern recognition and medical imaging.

Rombaut (M.), Sessions TuC5, WeB5

Rosenberger (C.), Session MoC1

Ross (William), Session TuC3(2), TuD3

Rossettini (J.), Session MoC1

Roux (C.), Session TuC5

Roy (Jean), Sessions MoD5, TuD1

Royer (Véronique), Session ThB1

Royère (Cyril), Sessions TuC2, TuD2

Cyril Royère received the M.S. degree in signal processing from the Reims University, France, in 1995. He is a PhD Student in the laboratory of control of systems at the University of Technology of Compiegne. His research interest in the Heudiasyc- CNRS laboratory includes data fusion algorithms, data association, belief theory, perception for Intelligent vehicles.

Rutten (M.G.), Session TuC1

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