IEEE RFID-TA 2019 Best Student Paper Award – Poster Session
INSTRUCTIONS FOR CANDIDATES
The IEEE RFID-TA 2019 Organizing Committee and Technical Program Committee congratulate the students who participate to the Best Student Paper Award Competition.
- Poster Session: The Best Student Paper Award poster session will be held on Thursday, September 26 from 14:40-17:20, in the exhibition room (Level -1 of the conference venue). We recommend each candidate to be present during this time to interact with poster session attendees.
- Poster Title, Content and authors list: the poster title must coincide with the related paper title, as the author list. The content of the poster must to be strictly related to the presented paper, but may present some updated contents too.
- Poster Set Up and Removal: The stands for the poster will be available in Exhibition Room since on Thursday morning. Each author may setup the poster at any time she/he prefers. We suggest authors to leave their poster on the stand until the end of the conference to increase the visibility of their research activity. The panel is 1.5 m (4,92 ft) high and 1 m (3,28 ft) wide. There are no format or size requirements, but the poster must be clearly readable and not exceed the panel size. The panels are numbered from #1 to #11, thus authors are asked to place the poster according to the assigned numeration (see the candidate list in this page).
- Judging: An expert vote will be tallied from a panel of judges that will examine each poster during the official poster session time. The Best Student Paper Award will be assigned based on this judgement. The poster session does not replace the oral presentation. Best Student Paper Award candidates must both attend the poster session and give the oral presentation.
- Award Ceremony: the winner of the Best Student Paper Award will be announced during the social dinner at the restaurant “Principe di Piemonte”, on Thursday 26th evening.
- Guillermo ALVAREZ NARCIANDI, “A UHF-RFID gate control system based on a Convolutional Neural Network”, Universidad de Oviedo, Gijon, Spain.
- Tzitzis ANASTASIOS, “3D Localization of RFID Tags with a Single Antenna by a Moving Robot and Phase ReLock”, School of ECE, Thessaloniki, Greece.
- Francesca BENASSI, “Engineered and miniaturized 13.56 MHz omni-directional WPT system for medical applications”, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy.
- Fabio BERNARDINI, “Particle Swarm Optimization in Multi-Antenna SAR-based Localization for UHF-RFID Tags”, University of Pisa, Pisa, Italy.
- Rui CHEN, “Beam Scanning UHF RFID Reader Antenna with High Gain and Wide Axial Ratio Beamwidth”, University of Cambridge, England, UK.
- Sai Nithin KANTAREDDY, “Learning Gestures Using A Passive Data-Glove With RFID Tags?”, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA.
- Carolina MIOZZI, “UHF RFID-Based EMG for Prosthetic Control: preliminary results”, University of Roma Tor Vergata, Roma.
- Andrea MOTRONI, “A Phase-based Method for Mobile Node Localization through UHF-RFID passive tags”, University of Pisa, Pisa, Italy.
- Simone NAPPI, “RF Detection of Micro-cracks in Orthopedic Implants by Conformal Space Filling Curves”, University of Roma Tor Vergata, Roma.
- Michail OUROUTZOGLOU, “Multistatic Gen2 RFID over Ethernet with Commodity SDRs”, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA.
- Sayan SARKAR, “A Dual Frequency Circularly Polarized UHF-RFID/WLAN Circular Patch Antenna for RFID Readers”, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India.
For any question, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Criteria: the IEEE RFID-TA 2019 Organizing Commitee establish the IEEE RFID-TA 2019 Best Student Paper Award to recognize the young students who present at the conference the most interesting paper in terms of content and impact on RFID topics. In selecting the awardee, other factors considered are originality, clarity and oral presentation. Interested students are encouraged to apply after carefully reviewing the following information to insure their eligibility and ability to comply with application requirements and deadlines.
Administration: the award will be administered by the RFID-TA 2019 Organizing Committee. A popular vote will be also express during the special poster session.
Eligibility: candidates must submit electronically their contribution to IEEE RFID-TA 2019 according to the Conference standards (to secure publication in IEEE Xplore) by May 26, 2019. If accepted, they must present their paper orally in a session of IEEE RFID-TA 2019, and also in a special poster session scheduled for September 27, 2019. Candidates of accepted papers must email a short CV with the paper log number to email@example.com by the deadline of July 22, 2019.
The people eligible for this award are young students aged no more than thirty as of July 22, 2019.
Award Announcement: the winner of the Best Student Paper Award will be announced during the social dinner at the restaurant “Principe di Piemonte”, on Thursday 26th evening
Publicity: the winners of the IEEE RFID-TA 2019 award will be acknowledged on IEEE Xplore in a special page entitled: “Winners of the IEEE RFID-TA 2019 Award”
- May 26, 2019 – Electronic submission of abstract.
- July 22, 2019 – Electronic submission of the final paper on the RFID-TA 2019 website and full registration of those authors who are candidates for the award.
- July 22, 2019 – Candidates must email their short biographical sketch and research activity summary together with the log number of the paper(s) to be considered for the award to: firstname.lastname@example.org.