January 23 & 24, 2008
Johns Hopkins University
This small, informal workshop aims to give voice to the security needs of intensive deployers of RFID in the pharmaceutical, medical, transportation, consumer-payment, and retail industries. By representing a broad cross-section of the RFID community, the workshop will look to shape the research programs of technologists in the service of pressing, real-world problems and to connect industrial RFID users with the scientists crafting next-generation RFID systems. The workshop will include two days of invited talks, panel discussions, and breakout sessions. The workshop will be off the record for media attendees.
The workshop has been planned in conjunction with Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. A European companion workshop will take place Spring 2008 at the Lorentz Center, Leiden, the Netherlands.
|Daniel W. Caprio, Jr., President, DC Strategies; Former CPO, U.S. Department of Commerce|
|Hugo Teufel III, CPO, U.S. Department of Homeland Security|
|Paul Jones, FDA's Center for Devices and Radiological Health|
|Ari Juels, RSA Labs|
|Christof Paar, Ruhr-University of Bochum|
|Ravi Pappu, ThingMagic|
|Nasreen Quibria, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston|
|Melanie Rieback, Vrije Universiteit|
|Randy Vanderhoof, Executive Director, Smart Card Alliance|
|Evan Welbourne, University of Washington|
|Karsten Nohl, University of Virginia|
- RFID privacy and medical applications (led by Kevin Fu)
- RFID for anti-counterfeiting (led by Ari Juels)
- Break and Tell? Publishing RFID Vulnerabilities (led by Adam Stubblefield) scribe notes
- RFID: The hardware frontier (led by Wayne Burleson) scribe notes
The workshop will run 9:30am until 5pm on Wednesday and 9:30am until 2pm on Thursday. Lunch will be provided to attendees on both days.
A schedule is available in PDF format here.