The IEEE 2017 RFID-TA Conference has been closed

The conference has been closed by the Organizing Committee.

We would like to thank all authors and participants for participation in IEEE 2017 RFID-TA Conference and invite you to the next edition of the conference next year to Macau.

The paper: An Epidermal Graphene Oxide-based RFID Sensor for the Wireless Analysis of Human Breath by Maria Cristina Caccami; Carolina Miozzi; Mohammad Yusuf Shafi Mulla; Corrado Di Natale; Gaetano Marrocco was awarded as a Best Paper!

The paper: 24microWatt 26m Range Batteryless Backscatter Sensors with FM Remodulation and Selection Diversity by Georgios Vougioukas; Aggelos Bletsas was awarded as a Best Student Paper!


Call for Papers

IEEE RFID-TA 2017 will provide a forum for the advancement of RFID technology and practice, and will aim to strengthen relations between industry, research institutions and academia. Authors are invited to submit maximum 6-page original, high-impact papers presenting their latest research and practical applications in all areas of RFID.

Topics of Interests include:

Antennas & Propagation
Antenna theory and designs, channel measurements and modeling, including MIMO, UWB and hybrid RFID
Applications & Software
RFID software, middleware, network applications, various applications of RFID in smart cities, scientific studies on operational experience of RFID applications, unconventional RF “identification”
Circuits, Devices, & Readers
Circuit designs, reader architecture, non-silicon and chipless RFID, multi-reader coordination and interference reduction
Energy Harvesting & Wireless Power
Ambient RF harvesting, efficiency improvements, power-optimized waveforms, kinetic, thermal, optical, and other power-harvesting methods
Internet of Things (IoT) & Next-Gen Physical Layer
RFID-enabled devices, IoT/RFID system architectures, MIMO, hybrid and UWB RFID systems, novel networking and communication concepts
Performance bounds, novel system approaches, technologies, and algorithms in RFID tag and reader localization, RF tomography and environmental sensing
Protocols & Security
Coding, anti-collision, cryptography and privacy-enhancing techniques, medium/multiple access schemes
Integration of sensors with RFID tags, including active, passive, or chipless mechanisms; RFID sensor modeling and analysis, new sensors for RFID
Smart Cities
RFID system designs for smart cities including data mining, smart grids management, traffic flow control, mass transit monitoring, infrastructure support, revenue collections, parks management.

Important Dates:
Papers submissions due 28th April
Notifications of acceptance 15th June
Camera-ready papers due 31st July