Tech Tuesday Workshops

Tuesday April 2 2019

Track 1

RFID Past, Present, and Future

8.30 – 10.00 am
Prof. Gregory D. Durgin
Georgia Institute of Technology

Integrated On-Chip Antennas for Efficient Energy Harvesting in Single-Chip RFID/Sensor Systems

10.30 – 12.00 pm
Prof. Richard Carley
Carnegie Mellon University

RFID in Healthcare

1.00 – 2.30 pm
Dr. Paul Frisch
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Track 2

Co-located RFID Systems Unite!

8.30 – 10.00 am
Mr. Jeffrey Dungen (M.A.Sc.)
Co-founder and CEO, reelyActive

Transnational Survey Results on Microchipping Humans for Medical and Non-medical Applications

10.30 – 12.00 am
Prof. Katina Michael, Stephen Lane, Maclain Bonfield
Arizona State University

Global Vendor and Reseller Case Studies of RFID/NFC and Other Implantable Devices

1.00 – 2.30 pm
Prof. Katina Michael with FIS 111 “Welcome to the Future” Students
Arizona State University

Claude Tetelin, GS1: moving beyond identification

GS1 has been a pioneer in the definition and standardization of UHF passive RFID technology. Gen2v2 specification proposes new features that, when used with GS1 keys, allow the deployment of high value added applications. Nevertheless, the use cases are more and more complex and the technology needs to be improved especially when it is used for more than just inventories. After a short overview of GS1 organization and services, this presentation will focus on the most important improvements required by the market: item authentication, localization and RFID based sensors.

Peer2Peer Roundtable

3:00 – 4:30 PM
Track 1 – Antenna and Propagation
Track 2 – Circuits, Devices, and Interrogators
Track 3 – Application, Sensors, and Security

An industry and academic lead in each group will facilitate the discussion.
See the Tutorial/Workshop schedule.