Mohammad Alhassoun presented his paper entitled “Design and Evaluation of a Multi-Modulation Retrodirective RFID Tag” at the IEEE RFID 2018 conference. You may download the presentation slides to see the contents of the talk.
Archives for April 2018
Qian Yang presented her paper, entitled “Kalman Filter Based Localization and Tracking Estimation for Fine-Scale RFID Systems”, at the IEEE RFID 2018 conference in Orlando, FL. Download her presentation slides to review the results.
Billy Kihei (a PhD graduate from ECE last year) and GTPG student Cheng Qi have launched their National Science Foundation iCorps project, involving customer discovery for technology in the field of vehicle-to-vehicle communications. They attended a workshop on how to conduct customer discovery and will embark on a grueling travel schedule to secure views and feedback from industry officials. The NSF grant, with Prof. Durgin as PI, was awarded earlier this year.
On Tuesday, 24 April 2018, Prof. Durgin presents his talk “Wireless Forever: Designing Radios that Never Plug-in” at the University of Washington in Seattle, WA. He was invited 8 years ago to talk on the same subject (and of course, much has changed since then). Looking forward to catching up with IEEE RFID 2018 comrades Profs. Matt Reynolds and Josh Smith along with many of the other excellent faculty at UW.