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2020 Prof. Gregory Durgin, Georgia Tech 1 [2]   Prof. Manos Tentzeris. “Inkjet-/3D-/4D printed wireless ultrabroadband modules for IoT, SmartAg and Smart City Applications.” Online, Organized by: Madhu Krishnan (IEEE PES Kerala Chapter), Jun 16, 2020. (68 attendees) 2019 [3]   Prof. Raj Mittra. “A New Technique for Character Identification based on …

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Policies and Procedures

Policies and Procedures for the CRFID Distinguished Lecturer Program The DL Committee is a special committee of CRFID consisting of the society representatives and chaired by the DL Chair. The budget for the next calendar year CRFID DL program will be established and approved each year by CRFID at the Annual Meeting. …

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Program Description The primary purpose of the CRFID Distinguished Lecturer Program is to provide interesting and informative lectures to serve the needs of member societies and councils and to enhance their professional vitality by keeping them informed of new technological developments and applications in the theory and applications of RFID. …

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Manos Tentzeris

Title: Inkjet-/3D-Printed Nanotechnology-enabled Wireless Communication, Sensing and RFID Modules for Internet of Things, “Smart Skin” and “Zero-Power” Applications Manos Tentzeris, Professor in ECE, Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta, Georgia, USA Abstract Nanotechnology and Inkjet-/3D-printed flexible electronics and sensors fabricated on paper , plastic and other polymer substrates as well as silicon …

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George Xiao

Title: Printed Electronics and RFID Dr. Gaozhi (George) Xiao Senior Research Officer Institute for Microstructural Science National Research Council Canada Abstract: Printed electronics is using the printing techniques, such as flexography, gravure, inkjet, offset lithography and screen printing, to create electronic devices. It is an emerging technology and can be …

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Magdy Bayoumi

From RFID to Cyber-Physical Systems: Reality, Dreams, and Fantasy Magdy Bayoumi Z.L. Loflin Eminent Scholar Endowed Chair Professor at The Center for Advanced Computer Studies (CACS) University of Louisiana at Lafayette (UL Lafayette) Lafayette, Louisiana, USA Abstract The integration of physical systems with networked sensing, computation networks, and embedded control with …

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Daniel Engels

Title: Security and Privacy in an Internet of Things World Dr. Daniel W. Engels Associate Professor, Computer Science and Engineering Dept., Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, USA Abstract: The Internet of Things already surrounds us and is making our lives better in both small and large ways. Toll tags, smart …

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L. Richard Carley

L. Richard Carley Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA Talk 1:  The Design of Integrated Antennas for Efficient Energy Harvesting in Single-Chip RFID Systems The design of fully integrated RFIDs, ones in which the antenna and the RFID circuitry are all fabricated on the same …

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Paul Frisch

Title: “The Impact of RFID / RTLS in Healthcare, Enhancing Patient Care and Optimizing Workflow and Business Processes” Paul Frisch, PhD, FHIMSS Associate Attending Department of Medical Physics Chief of Biomedical Engineering Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center New York, NY, USA Abstract Over the last decade the changing healthcare environment …

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Alessandra Costanzo

Title: Smart Beaming of RFID Reader for Data and Power Transfer Alessandra Costanzo, DEI- University of Bologna Italy Abstract: Nowadays there is an almost unlimited number of monitoring applications, such as structural health, logistic, security, healthcare and agriculture, which are planning to be based on a large deployment of co-operative wireless …

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