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IEEE RFID 2010, the fourth in a series of conferences addressing theoretical, technical and implementation issues related to RF-based identification and communications systems, is sponsored by the IEEE Technical Committee on RFID, a new committee specially chartered to address radio frequency identification. The conference will include keynotes, interactive panel discussions and presentations regarding the latest RFID advances from around the globe. IEEE RFID 2010 will bring together top researchers and practitioners for a premier technical conference, co-located with RFID Journal LIVE! 2010. Links to previous conferences can be found at www.ieee-rfid.org/2010.

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Final Technical Program
Final Technical Program with Abstracts – March 8, 2010 [.pdf]

Paper Title

Authors and Affiliations

Design of a Passive UHF RFID Transponder Featuring a Variation-Tolerant Baseband Processor Zheng Wang (Tianjin University, CN); Luhong Mao (Tianjin University, CN); Liying Chen (Nankai University, CN); Lei Li (Tianjin University, CN); Jinfeng Tian (TianJin University, CN); Ziqing Wang (Tianjin University, CN)
HF RFID Transponder with Phase Demodulator for Very High Bit-Rates up to 13.56 Mbit/s Markus Auer (University of Technology, AT); Albert Missoni (TU Graz, AT); Walter Kargl (Infineon, AT)
Supply Chain Control Using a RFID Proxy Re-Signature Scheme Trevor Burbridge (BT Research, UK); Andrea Soppera (BT Research, UK)
Phase Based Spatial Identification of UHF RFID Tags Pavel Nikitin (Intermec Technologies, US); Rene Martinez (Intermec Technologies, US); Shashi Ramamurthy (Intermec Technologies, US); Hunter Leland (Intermec Technologies, US); Gary Spiess (Intermec Technologies, US); Kodukula Rao (Intermec Technologies, US)
Helical Antenna for Handheld UHF RFID Reader Pavel Nikitin (Intermec Technologies, US); Kodukula Rao (Intermec Technologies, US)
Integration of passive multivariable RFID sensors into single-use biopharmaceutical manufacturing components Radislav Potyrailo (General Electric, US); David Monk (General Electric, US); William Morris (General Electric, US); Staffan Klensmeden (General Electric, SE); Hanno Ehring (General Electric, SE); Timothy Wortley (General Electric, US); Vincent Pizzi (General Electric, US); Jeffrey Carter (General Electric, US); Gerard Gach (General Electric, US)
Passive gamma-resistant RFID tags integrated into gamma-sterilizable pharmaceutical components Radislav Potyrailo (General Electric, US); Cheryl Surman (General Electric, US); William Morris (General Electric, US); Hanno Ehring (General Electric, SE); Timothy Wortley (General Electric, US); Vincent Pizzi (General Electric, US); Jeffrey Carter (General Electric, US); Gerard Gach (General Electric, US)
Selective quantitation of vapors and their mixtures using individual passive multivariable RFID sensors Radislav Potyrailo (General Electric, US); Cheryl Surman (General Electric, US); William Morris (General Electric, US); Steven Go (General Electric, US); Yongjae Lee (General Electric, US); James Cella (General Electric, US); Kelly Chichak (General Electric, US)
Privacy-preserving Clone Detection for RFID-enabled Supply Chains Davide Zanetti (ETHZ, CH); Leo Fellmann (ETHZ, CH); Srdjan Capkun (ETH Zurich, CH)
UHF RFID Transponder with Miniaturized Packaging and Interconnection Laurent Dussopt (CEA, LETI, Minatec, FR); Jean Brun (CEA, LETI, Minatec, FR); Dominique Vicard (CEA, LETI, Minatec, FR); Francois Frassati (CEA, LETI, Minatec, FR); Benoit Lépine (CEA, LETI, Minatec, FR)
An Ultra-low Power Passive UHF RFID Transponder with Self-calibrated Clock Generator Jinfeng Huang (Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School, CN); Xin Yang (Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School, CN); Jinpeng Shen (Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School, CN); Xiaoxing Feng (Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School, CN); Xin'an Wang (Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School, CN); Ru Huang (Peking University, CN)
Cryptographic Puzzles and Distance-bounding Protocols: Practical Tools for RFID Security Pedro Peris-Lopez (Delft University, NL); Julio Hernandez-Castro (University of Portsmouth, UK); Juan Tapiador (University of York, UK); Esther Palomar (University Carlos III of Madrid, ES); Jan vanderLubbe (TU Delft, NL)
Real time detection and tracking of gauzes by RFID UWB Technique Laura Pierucci (University of Florence, IT); Sergio Boncinelli (CESPRO, IT); Paolo Citti (University of Florence, IT); Enrico Del Re (University of Florence, IT); Gianni Campatelli (University of Florence, IT); Leonardo Bocchi (University of Florence, IT)
Privacy Protection for RFID-based Tracking Systems Chiu Tan (College of William and Mary, US); Lei Xie (Nanjing University, CN); Qun Li (College of William and Mary, US)
The “Weak Spots” in Stacked UHF RFID Tags in NFC Applications Xiaosheng Chen (HK R&D Centre for LSCM Enabling Technologies, HK); Feng Lu (HK R&D Centre for LSCM, HK); Terry Ye (Hong Kong R/D Center for Logistics and Supply Chain Management, HK)
Embedded Passive UHF RFID Seal Tag for Metallic Returnable Transit Items Matti Ritamäki (Confidex Ltd., FI); Antti Ruhanen (Confidex Oy, FI)
A Data Transmission Technique for Passive Sensor Transponders in Medicine Andreas Hennig (Fraunhofer, DE); Gerd vom Bögel (Fraunhofer IMS, DE)
Survey of Range Improvement of Commercial RFID Tags With Power Optimized Waveforms Matthew Trotter (Georgia Institute of Technology, US); Gregory Durgin (Georgia Tech, US)
Very High Data Rate contactless air interface: an innovative solution for Card to Reader link Florian Pebay Peyroula (CEA, FR); Jacques Reverdy (CEA, FR); Elisabeth Crochon (CEA, FR); Thierry Thomas (CEA, FR)
Towards Design of Robust UHF RFID Tag Chaabane Hamza (Grenoble-INP LCIS, FR); Etienne Perret (Grenoble-inp, FR); Smail Tedjini (Grenoble-inp, FR)
RFID-Based Electronic Voting: What Could Possibly Go Wrong? Yossef Oren (Tel Aviv University, IL); Avishai Wool (Tel Aviv University, IL)
Accurate Localization of RFID Tags Using Phase Difference Cory Hekimian-Williams (Florida State University, US); Brandon Grant (Florida State University, US); Xiuwen Liu (Florida State University, US); Zhenghao Zhang (Florida State University, US); Piyush Kumar (Florida State University, US)
Interactive Packaging Solutions Based on RFID Technology and Controlled Delamination Material Jie Gao (Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), SE); Zhibo Pang (Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), SE); Qiang Chen (Royal Institute of Technology, SE); Li-Rong Zheng (Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), SE)
A High-Efficiency CMOS Rectifier for Low-Power RFID tags Alireza Sharif Bakhtiar (University of British Columbia, CA); Mohammad Sadegh Jalali (University of British Columbia, CA); Shahriar Mirabbasi (University of British Columbia, CA)
UHF RFID Based Tracking of Logs in the Forest Industry Janne Häkli (VTT, FI); Kaarle Jaakkola (VTT, FI); Pekka Pursula (VTT, FI); Miika Huusko (VTT, FI); Kaj Nummila (VTT, FI)
Improving the Near-Metal Performance of UHF RFID Tags Daniel Deavours (University of Kansas, US)
Optimum Power Transmission of Wireless Sensors Embedded in Concrete Shan Jiang (Florida International University, US); Stavros Georgakopoulos (Florida International University, US)
Non-Thermal Effects of Radio Frequency Exposure on Biologic Pharmaceuticals for RFID Applications Ismail Uysal (University of Florida, US); Price Dehay (University of Florida, US); Erdem Altunbas (University of Florida, US); Jean-Pierre Emond (University Florida, US); Scott Rasmussen (Abbott Laboratories, US); David Ulrich (Abbott Laboratories, US)
Analysis and Synthesis of UHF RFID Antennas using the Embedded T-match Naaser Ahmed Mohammed (University of Kansas, US); Ken Demarest (University of Kansas, US); Daniel Deavours (University of Kansas, US)
Platform-tolerant PIFA-type UHF RFID Tag Antenna Jingtian Xi (Hong Kong R&D Center for Logistics and Supply Chain Management, HK); Hailong Zhu (HK R&D Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management Enabling Technologies, HK); Terry Ye (Hong Kong R/D Center for Logistics and Supply Chain Management, HK)
RFID Diagnostics of Promotion Execution Patrick A Hacker (RWTH Aachen University, DE); Christian Floerkemeier (MIT, US); Sanjay Sarma (MIT Auto-ID Center, US); Guenther Schuh (Fraunhofer Institute for Production Technology IPT, DE)
Low Power Analog Circuit Design for RFID Sensing Circuits Chenglong Zhang (Southern Illinois University, US); Haibo Wang (Southern Illinois University Carbondale, US)
RFID Tag Antenna Based Sensing: Does your Beverage Glass need a Refill? Rahul Bhattacharyya (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US); Christian Floerkemeier (MIT, US); Sanjay Sarma (MIT Auto-ID Center, US)
Carrier Suppression Locked Loop Mechanism for UHF RFID Readers Deogracias P Villame (University of the Philippines, PH); Joel Joseph Jr. S. Marciano (University of the Philippines, PH)
Blocking Reader: Design and Implementation of a Low-Cost Passive UHF RFID Blocking Reader Gaurov Narayanaswamy (University of Texas Arlington, US); Shesh Kumar Jagannatha (University of Texas Arlington, US); Daniel W Engels (Revere Security, US)
Chipless RFID SAW Sensor System-Level Simulator John Pavlina (University of Central Florida, US); Donald Malocha (University of Central Florida, US)
QAM Backscatter for Passive UHF RFID Tags Stewart Thomas (Duke University, US); Matthew Reynolds (Duke University, US)
RFID Tag Antenna Based Temperature Sensing Rahul Bhattacharyya (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US); Christian Floerkemeier (MIT, US); Sanjay Sarma (MIT Auto-ID Center, US)
New Methods to determine the Impedance of UHF RFID Chips Rainer Kronberger (Cologne University of Applied Sciences, DE)

FINAL POSTER SESSION

Poster Title

Authors and Affiliations

Deployment of ARG-US RFID System for Nuclear Materials Transportation

Kun Chen (Argonne National Laboratory, US); Yuan Sun (Argonne National Lab, US); Han-Chung Tsai (Argonne National Laboratory, US); Yung Liu (Argonne National Laboratory, US); James Shuler (US Department of Energy, US)

Deployment of ARG-US RFID System for Nuclear Materials Storage Management

Yuan Sun (Argonne National Lab, US); Kun Chen (Argonne National Laboratory, US); Han-Chung Tsai (Argonne National Laboratory, US); Yung Liu (Argonne National Laboratory, US); James Shuler (US Department of Energy, US)

An Intelligent RFID-Based Hand-Washing Compliance Monitoring System for the Reduction of Nosocomial Infections

Shashank Mane (Texas Tech University, Lubbock , TX, US); Jerry Lopez (Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX, US); Suyash Jain (Texas Tech University, US); Donald Lie (Texas Tech University, US); Ron Banister (Texas Tech Health Sciences Center, US); Sharmila Dissanaike (Texas Tech University Health Science Center, US); John Griswold (Texas Tech Health Sciences Center, US)

An Antenna Array with High Gain and Broad-band Applied for RFID Vehicle Management

Wei He (China Chen Rui Information and Technology Co., Ltd, CN)

An RFID Interface for 3D Audio Web Consumption

Victor Kai Yuen Wu (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, US)

A Curved Strip Dipole on Electromagnetic Band Gap for RFID Antenna Reader

P. Krachodnok (Suranaree University of Technology, TH)

Validation Of RFID Tool Prototype: Smart Shelf Case

Jose Vieira (University of Sao Carlos, BR); Paula Valerio (Flextronic Institute of Technology, BR)

Use of RFID Technology in Mobile Phones

Donald Ekong (Mercer University, US)

Localisation and Activity Detection in Operating Rooms via Active RFID using Self-Organising Maps

Dave Parry (Auckland University of Technology, NZ); Bryan Houliston (Auckland University of Technology, NZ); Alan Merry (University of Auckland, NZ)

A Lightweight Protocol to Robust TID-Based Anti-Counterfeiting

Qi Chai (University of Waterloo, CA); Guang Gong (University of Waterloo, CA)

Extended Localizing with NFC-capable cell phones

Andreas Loeffler (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, DE)

Application of the RFID Concept to the Analysis of Under-Surface Conduits

Riccardo Stefanelli (Politecnico di Torino – iXem Labs, IT); Daniele Trinchero (Politecnico di Torino, IT);Adnan Abudayya (QUWIC, QA); Abdullah Kadri (QU Wireless Innovations Center, QA); Mazen Hasna (Qatar University, QA); Tamer Khattab (Qatar University, QA)

Wideband Characterization of UHF RFID Channels for Ranging and Positioning

Daniel Arnitz (Graz University of Technology, AT); Ulrich Muehlmann (NXP Semiconductors, AT); Klaus Witrisal (Graz University of Technology, AT)

Design and deployment of an extreme temperature SOC RFID-type tag

Neil Curry (Leeds University, UK); Greg Horler (Leeds University, UK)

Interactive Packaging Solutions Based on RFID Technology and Controlled Delamination Materials

Jie Gao (Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), SE)

Deploying RFID in Longan Fruit Recycle Project

Rangsan Tongta (Suranaree University of Technology, TH); Veerachai Arjhan (Suranaree University of Technology, TH)

Determining Occupant Density and Patterns for FM operations using RFID

Farhan Khan (University College Cork (UCC), Ireland, IE); Zixiang Cong (University College Cork, IE); Karsten Menzel (University College Cork (UCC), Ireland, IE)

Performance of Artificially Enhanced Planar Antennae

Isaac Ehrenberg (MIT, US)

High Sensitivity UHF RFID Reader Baseband Design for EPC Class-1 Generation-2

Feng Ge (Illinois Institute of Technology, US); Ken Choi (Illinois Institute of Technology, US)

Magnetic feeding for UHF-RFID Tags Antenna

Mohamed Mabrouk (ISETCOM de Tunis, TN)

UHF RFID Transponder with Miniaturized Packaging and Interconnection

Laurent Dussopt (CEA, LETI, Minatec, FR); Jean Brun (CEA, LETI, Minatec, FR); Dominique Vicard (CEA, LETI, Minatec, FR); Francois Frassati (CEA, LETI, Minatec, FR); Benoit Lépine (CEA, LETI, Minatec, FR)


Tutorial:  The Basics of UHF RFID or Radiating Without a License

Date/Time:  Friday, April 16, 2010   8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Fee:  $50.00 US$

You may register for this tutorial when you register for the IEEE RFID 2010 conference.  If you have already registered for the conference and wish to add the tutorial, please contact LiveReg@rfidjournal.com.

Synopsis:
This tutorial will cover a brief history of RFID and applications of RFID technology including the basic types of passive, semi-passive/active, active, and protocol variant systems operating at low frequency, high frequency, and ultra-high frequency.

Other topics to be covered are:  RFID technology essentials such as signals, voltage and power, information and modulation, path loss for an isotropic transmitter, link budgets for passive and semi-passive (BAT) tags, antenna directivity, antenna patterns, antenna polarization, link budget for directional antennas, forward- and reverse-link-limited range readers, transmitters and RF spectrum, receiver design challenges, and antenna configurations. 

Topics on RFID tags include:  packaging, passive tag antennas, power harvesting, and tag IC challenges. 

Intended Audience:
This 3.5 hour primer on the basics of UHF RFID technology and systems is ideal for conference attendees, students, researchers and engineers just starting to investigate RFID technologies, devices and systems, as well as technicians, project managers and less-technical marketing, sales and executives wishing to enhance their theoretical knowledge and understanding of core RFID elements.

Instructor:
Daniel M. Dobkin is the author of three books:  The RF in RFID (Elsevier, 2007); RF Engineering for Wireless Networks (Elsevier, 2004); and Principles of Chemical Vapor Deposition, with Michael Zuraw (Kluwer, 2003) as well as more than 35 technical publications on RFID and semiconductor fabrication.  He has presented tutorials on RFID at several conferences and is an author or co-author of seven technology patents.  Dr. Dobkin is Principal, Enigmatics Consulting of Sunnyvale, California, which specializes in RFID, wireless and semiconductor consulting, teaching and technical writing.  He has also been Director, Technical Marketing, for WJ Communications Inc.; Director, Product Marketing for Sizary Inc.; Co-founder and President, TimeDomain CVD Inc.; and Manager of Advanced Process Development during 17 years with the Semiconductor Equipment Group of the Watkins-Johnson Company.  He has a B.S. in Applied Physics from the California Institute of Technology plus M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Applied Physics from Stanford University.


SOCIAL EVENTS

Every year we try to improve our conference based on feedback from our attendees.  There were many requests that we schedule more opportunities for networking.  In response, we have arranged the following social events during IEEE RFID 2010.  We hope you will join us! 

Networking Get-together

Date/Time:  Wednesday, April 14, 2010  8:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.

Fee:  included with IEEE RFID 2010 registration

Immediately after the RFID Journal LIVE! reception in the Exhibit Hall, there will be an informal gathering for our attendees to network over coffee and sweets. 

Conference Banquet

Date/Time:  Thursday, April 15, 2010   6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Fee:  $80.00 US$

You may register for the conference banquet when you register for the IEEE RFID 2010 conference.  If you have already registered for the conference and wish to add the banquet, please contact LiveReg@rfidjournal.com.

 

 

 

 

 



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