Thanks for Your Attendance!

The organizing committee would like to thank all of the attendees, speakers, authors, and volunteers for making our online experimental conference, IEEE RFID 2020, a huge success. We had 135 registered attendees. The interactive paper sessions averaged 30-35 attendees and the average “on-demand” talk received 36.3 views. We could not be more pleased with the quality of the event and would like to thank you all for making it possible. See you in Phoenix for IEEE RFID 2021, 27-29 April 2021!

Conference Awards and Finalists:

Best Paper Award: “Particle Filter-Based SAR Approach and Trajectory Optimization for Real-Time 3D UHF-RFID Tag Localization”, M. Gareis and P. Fenske (Friedrich-Alexander University, Germany), C. Carlowitz (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany), M. Vossiek (LHFT, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany).

Best Paper Award Finalists:

“5 mm Range 61 GHz System on Chip EPC Gen2 RFID Tag in 22nm
FD-SOI Technology”, A. Harutyunyan, M. Landwehr, R. Fiedler, A. Heinig, R. Hildebrandt, H. Holland (Fraunhofer Institute IPMS, Germany).

“Particle Filter-Based SAR Approach and Trajectory Optimization for
Real-Time 3D UHF-RFID Tag Localization”, M. Gareis and P. Fenske (Friedrich-Alexander University, Germany), C. Carlowitz (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany), M. Vossiek (LHFT, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany).

“Backscatter Ex-Nihilo: Single-component, Fully-passive Backscattering
for Microcontrollers”, S. Thomas (Bucknell University, USA);, B. Degnan (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA), C. Callupe and B. Culver (White River Technologies, USA).

Keynotes for IEEE RFID 2020 Announced

Papers are now online and the program schedule for the interactive week of the conference, 5-9 October 2020, are available. The keynotes will be live-streamed during interactive week and available for on-demand viewing afterwards. All content is accessible through EDAS using the Go! button to the right.

Prof. Patrick Mercier,
U. California, San Diego
Prof. Andreas Molisch,
U. of Southern Cal.
Prof. Cecilia Occhiuzzi,
U. of Rome Tor Vergata
Energy-Efficient
Communication Tech.
for Emerging IoT
Applications
ToA-based Localization
in Multi-path
Environments
RFID in the
Industrial
IoT Era
Mon, Oct 5, 15:00 EDTWed, Oct 7, 12:00 EDTFri, Oct 9, 12:00 EDT

Patron Videos

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2020 IEEE International Conference on RFID ­­­

“The premier conference for the latest discoveries in technical RFID research”

The 2020 IEEE International Conference on RFID (IEEE RFID 2020) is the premier conference for exchanging technical research in RFID and provides attendees with a unique opportunity to share, discuss, and witness research results in all areas of RFID technologies and their applications; including; Energy Harvesting, Internet of Things (IoT), Localization, and Security to name a few. The conference attendance boasts an outstanding mix of practitioners and researchers from industry and academia.

Get up to date on RFID research and technical know-how

You will get face-to-face time with the top researchers and scientists working on RFID. There will be plenty of new discoveries and information presented that will inspire you to use RFID in new ways for your business application or scientific study.

Receive an International Breadth of New Perspectives

IEEE RFID conferences are Global Events representing academic and industry perspectives from around the world. IEEE RFID Papers and Posters submissions are rigorously vetted and awarded authors will be presenting leading technical innovation and research from Europe, Asia, Middle East and the Americas.