Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (25 January 2024) | Viewed by 8454
Interests: flexible bioelectronics; biomedical microdevices; biomedical circuits and systems; micro and nano fabrication; lab-on-chip microsystems; global health and precision medicine; CMOS image sensors for scientific imaging; analog to information converters; active metamaterial devices; circuits; and systems; terahertz devices and circuits
RFID tags are widely used for the tracking and identification of items. A passive RFID tag, consisting of a small low-profile antenna and an RFID chip, receives energy from a nearby RFID reader and responds by sending its unique ID information back to the reader. There has been a growing trend to leverage low-cost, lightweight RFID tags for various sensing applications in addition to their conventional role of identification and tracking. This Special Issue aims to publish works discussing low-cost RFID-based sensors for sensing, measuring, and recording various parameters. How to integrate different sensors into the RFID tag on a compact platform is the research challenge.There are many potential topics, including but not limited to:
- Light sensing;
- Tilt sensing;
- Strain sensing;
- Security sensing;
- Chemical sensing;
- Biology sensing;
- Humidity sensing;
- Wood sensing;
- Food quality sensing;
- Smoke sensing.
Prof. Dr. Sameer Sonkusale
Dr. Wei Wang
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