Workshop 12: RFID and Internet of Things
Title: Multiple Targets Identification: Collision, Privacy and Security

Keywords: RFID tag identification, anti-collision method, privacy and security, smart tag, Industry Internet of Things

Radio frequency identification (RFID) is a form of wireless communication that uses radio waves to identify and track objects, which is also one of the key techniques supporting the Internetof Things(IOT). As the Internet of Things continues to grow and be applied, more and more things or targets need to be tagged, identified, and located for use. A large number of things need to be connected with each other to exchange their information. In this way, RFID is once again in the spotlight and gaining new opportunities.This workshop aims to serve as a platform to share or discuss anything about RFID and/or IOT. Its topics include, but are not limited to:Anti-collision technology for RFID tags identificationLocation technology and its applicationPrivacy protect problem and related technologyInformation and system securitySmart RFID tag and its applicationRFID-sensor technology and its applicationRFID-IOT intelligent terminal technologyIndustry Internet of Things (IIOT)Applications of RFID and IOT, etc.
Chair: Prof. Xiaolin Jia |
Southwest University of Science and Technology (SWUST)
Xiaolin Jia, PhD, professor, doctoral supervisor,IEEE Senior Member, CCF Senior Member, works in the School of Computer Science and Technology of Southwest University of Science and Technology (SWUST), China, and worked in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science of University of Ottawa, Canada from Dec. 2017 to Dec. 2018. His research interests include RFID technology, Internet of Things (IOT), and Computer Science.
Chair: Assoc. Prof. Yi Yu |
Jiangxi Industrial Engineering Vocational and Technical College
Yi Yu, Doctor of Philosophy in Information Technology, CSC visiting scholar of Auckland University. He works as an associate professor in Jiangxi Industrial Engineering Vocational and Technical College. He is a key member of the provincial teaching team of computer hardware in Jiangxi Province and a high-level (expert) talent in Pingxiang City, Jiangxi Province.His research focused on Internet of things technology and artificial intelligence, presided over 5 projects above the provincial level, including 2 key projects, and published publications above the provincial levelMore than 10 papers, including EI core papers, obtained 9 utility model patents. The computer maintenance and repair course participated in the construction was awarded the national excellent resource sharing course by the Ministry of education.