A unique research partnership

between the University at Buffalo and CUBRC, a non-profit research center in Western New York

Equipped to work in the contract world

where basic contracted research findings produce real deliverables

World-renowned faculty

from a variety of departments, some of whom wrote the book on multisource data and information fusion

What is Multisource Information Fusion?

Multisource information fusion is a sophisticated estimation process that combines data received from multiple sources to produce specific and comprehensive estimates about an entity, activity or event. 

Research Projects and Resources

Most universities aren't equipped to work in the contract world. But here at CIMIF, our partnership with UB and CUBRC allows us to do basic contracted research and directly apply our findings to real deliverables.

World-renowned Faculty

Our faculty have written the first integrated text on multisource data and information fusion and have played leadership roles in a wide range of R&D programs spanning defense, security, and cyber applications, medical and transportation applications, and NASA-based attitude control systems for orbiting spacecraft.