Technical Paper Presentations

 Antennas & Propagation

Self-Reconfigurable RFID Reader Antenna.
Pavel Nikitin (Honeywell, USA)

Slenderly and Conformable Passive UHF RFID Yarn&a.
Gianfranco Andia Vera (Primo1D, France)

RFID System Exploiting Large Metal Objects as Near Field UHF RFID Antennas.
Shuai Yang (University of Cambridge, United Kingdom)

Low-Cost Low-Profile UHF RFID Reader Antenna with Reconfigurable Beams and Polarizations.
Prabakar Parthiban (Auckland University of Technology; Times-7 Research Ltd, New Zealand)

Applying UHF RFID for Vehicle Identification: Protocol and Propagation Simulation.
Vladimir Vishnevsky (Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia)

Applications & Software

Towards Low-cost Object Tracking: Embedded RFID In Golf Balls Using 3D Printed Masks.
Sai Nithin Reddy Kantareddy (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA)

Circuits, Devices, & Readers

A Fast Active Leakage Cancellation Method for UHF RFID Readers.
Kerem Kapucu (EPFL, Switzerland)

A Novel Adaptive Leakage Suppression Method for UHF RFID Reader.
Qiang Guo (Fudan University, P.R. China)

Ultra Low Voltage 1-V RFID Tag Implement in a-IGZO TFT Technology on Plastic.
Ming Hao Hung (AUO, Taiwan)

A Low Power 2.4 GHz Superheterodyne Receiver Architecture with External LO for Wirelessly Powered Backscatter Tags and Sensors.
Joshua Ensworth (University of Washington, USA)

A 500C Tolerant Ultra-High Temperature 2.4 GHz 32 Bit Chipless RFID Tag with a Mechanical BPSK Modulator.
Matthew Reynolds (University of Washington, USA)

Energy Harvesting & Wireless Power

A Fully Integrable Hybrid Power Management Unit for Passive UHF RFID.
Menghan Sun (The University of Adelaide, Australia)

Internet of Things (IoT) & Next-Gen Physical Layer

Beyond the Limits of Classic Backscattering Communications: a Quantum Tunneling RFID Tag.
Francesco Amato (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA)

Perfect Pulses for Ambient Backscatter Communication.
Michael Varner (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA)

Design of Backscatter-Based Tag-to-Tag System.
Yasha Karimi (Stony Brook University, USA)

Localization

Real-Time Code-Division Multi-Tag Localization with Centimeter Accuracy.
Xiaonan Hui (Cornell University, USA)

Outdoor meteorological effects on UHF RFID phase shift: experimental simulations.
Mathieu Le Breton (Université Grenoble Alpes; Géolithe Company, France)

UHF-RFID Backscatter Channel Analysis for Accurate Wideband Ranging.
Stefan Hinteregger (Graz University of Technology, Austria)

Performance Evaluation and Verification of Spread-Spectrum Based UHF RFID Ranging.
Florian Galler (Vienna University of Technology, Austria)

RSS Stabilization Techniques for a Real-Time Passive UHF RFID Pipe Monitoring System for Smart Shipyards.
Paula Fraga-Lamas (University of A Coruña, Spain)

A Hidden Markov Model for Distinguishing between RFID-tagged Objects in Adjacent Areas.
Matthias Hauser (University of Würzburg, Germany)

An RFID-Based Technique for Train Localization with Passive Tags.
Alice Buffi (University of Pisa, Italy)

Protocols & Security

On the Simon Cipher 4-Block Key Schedule as a Hash.
Brian Degnan (Georgia Institute of Technlogy, USA)

SecureConfig: NFC and QR-Code based Hybrid Approach for Smart Sensor Configuration.
Thomas Ulz (Graz University of Technology, Austria)

Reverse Engineering the Communications Protocol of an RFID Public Transportation Card.
Paula Fraga-Lamas (University of A Coruña, Spain)

A Better Channel Code than FM0 for Next-Generation RFID.
Gregory Durgin (Georgia Tech, USA)

Secure UHF-RFID Tag for Vehicular Traffic Management System.
Qiang Li (Shanghai Quanray Electronics Co., Ltd, P.R. China)

Patrons

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IEEE RFID Mega Challenge

Finalists of the 2017 IEEE RFID Mega Challenge on Smart Cities have been announced
The 2017 challenge will be focused on the use of RFID in a Smart Cities solution. .
The top 4 finalists of the competition are eligible for the Student Travel Grant
DEADLINE: January 31, 2017

Important Dates

  • Paper submissions due:
    January 18, 2017
  • Workshop proposals due:
    January 27, 2017
  • Mega Challenge submissions due:
    January 31, 2017
  • Paper notifications of acceptance:
    February 27, 2017
  • Poster submissions due:
    March 8, 2017
  • Poster notifications of acceptance:
    March 16, 2017
  • Paper publication-ready versions due:
    March 20, 2017
  • Poster publication-ready versions due:
    March 23, 2017
  • Conference:
    May 9-11, 2017 at Phoenix Convention Center in Phoenix, Arizona, USA