The IEEE RFID-TA 2023 provides a forum for the advancement of RFID technology and practice. It aims at strengthening relations between industry, research institutions and academia and gives attendees a unique opportunity to share, discuss, and witness research results in all areas of RFID technologies and their applications.
The conference will be held at the University of Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal, on September 4-6, 2023.
Authors are invited to contribute and present their latest research and developments in all areas of RFID:
Antenna design and characterization
Artificial Intelligence for RFIDs
Channel measurements and modelling
Chipless RFID technology
Circuit design and characterization for readers and tags
Coding and modulation schemes
Cybersecurity, cryptography and privacy-enhancing techniques
Energy Harvesting and Wireless Power Transfer
Green technologies for RFID
Millimeter-wave identification and sensing
MIMO, UWB and hybrid RFIDs
Modelling, simulation and implementation of RFID-based systems
Multi-reader coordination and interference reduction
Near Field Communications
Networking and communication concepts
Next-generation RFID applications
RF tomography and environmental sensing
RFID-based infrastructures for Internet of Things
RFID-enabled localization systems
RFID applications in healthcare, wearable, precision agriculture, transportation, safety, security, inventory management, logistics, fashion, retail
RFIDs for backscattering
RFIDs in Digital Twins
RFID for Industry 4.0 and for Smart Cities
RFID manufacturing processes, 3D and inkjet printing
RFID software, middleware and protocols
Smart and programmable tags
Paper Submission Deadline: May 1, 2023
Notification of acceptance: May 30, 2023
Final Paper Submission: June 15, 2023
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Paulo C. Bartolomeu (IT- University of Aveiro, Portugal) and Stefano Marrone (University of Campania "Luigi Vanvitelli", Italy) are presenting a Special Session, entitled “Industrial Cybersecurity Methods and Technologies”, in the scope of ETFA Conference, which will be held at Romania, on September 12-15, 2023.
Industrial cybersecurity has become a key research topic in recent years due to the massive connectivity brought by the Internet of Things and the rise of cyberattacks against industrial assets. While fostering contemporary applications and use cases, ubiquitous Internet access has also exposed legacy operational technologies to new and challenging security threats that must be addressed. This Special Session focuses on novel security, safety, and privacy-enhancing technologies for current and future industrial applications.
Topics under this session include (but are not limited to):
• Security, safety, or privacy-enhancing technologies in industrial systems;
• Modeling of cybersecurity threats;
• Applications of distributed ledger technologies/blockchains in Industry 4.0;
• Self-sovereign identity for M2M and decentralized device-to-device communication;
• Hardware advances for securing Industrial devices and networks;
• Quantitative evaluation and/or interconnections among non-functional aspects (e.g., reliability vs. safety, security vs. performance);
• Run-time methods and technologies for Complex Event Detection systems;
• Software engineering methods and techniques for highly dependable control systems;
• Case studies/lessons learned of security, safety, or privacy assessments of industrial systems.
The ETFA conference brings together experts from industry and academia to disseminate novel ideas and emerging trends, research results and practical achievements in the area of industrial and factory automation. The ultimate goal is fostering the development and adoption of scientific methods, models, and tools for the efficient design and operation of industrial and factory automation systems.
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