Best Questioner in the 15th CJK Auto-ID Workshop

CJK Auto-ID Workshop is one of the yearly activities in Auto-ID Labs which has the goal of professional discussion about researches on radio-frequency identification (RFID) technologies. The Auto-ID Labs network itself is a research group in the field of networked RFID and emerging sensing technologies. The areas of expertise range from hardware to software to business research related to RFID.
The workshop provide a good opportunity to share knowledge and expertise among participants from China (Fudan University), Japan (Keio University), South Korea (KAIST), and Taiwan (NTU & NTUST).
The 15th CJK Auto-ID Workshop was held in KAIST Daejeon, South Korea on 4-5 November 2011. Two Indonesian students were joined this workshop including me. Moreover, only three women from 26 presentator. Iam very proud to get selected as best questioner. This showed that I took a right decision for kept participating even I had to take a long flight (Frankfurt-Taipei-Daejeon), around 20 hours. This happened because we misinterpreted the schedule which will be in December, in fact it was in November. Unfortunately, my schedule for 1 month Euro trip in October was fixed, all tickets in itinerary were reserved. I had prepared it since 2008. Then, there was a long story about me struggling to get South Korean visa and taking risk in reschedule. Afterall, its a happy ending journey 🙂 FYI, Next CJK will be on June 15—16, 2012 with NTUST as host.
This is my 1st presentation in Global workshop

Here the schedule from all participants.

Friday, November 4th, 2011

9:05 – 10:45   Session 1 Software/Application (Session chair: Prof. Mitsugi Jin)

  1. Virtual ZigBee Router Sugimoto Kenichi   KEIO
  2. IR signal collection and identification method independent of device type Yonemura Shigeru  KEIO
  3. Construction of network platform over PLC for the intelligence building equipped with RFIDs Tsai, Tzung-Ru NTUST
  4. Office Supply Consumption Prediction Based on Usage Context Yamaguchi Shuhei  KEIO
  5. A Composite Service Model and Supporting Infrastructure for Internet of Things Jangkwan Im   KAIST

11:00 – 12:00   Session 2 Business/Hardware (Session chair: Prof. Junyu Wang)

  1. RFID Adoption and Diffusion Moon Gyu Kim   KAIST
  2. An Ultra-Low Power Receiver for Medical Monitoring Applications Justin Cartwright   KAIST
  3. Antenna Design for Portable Devices DE-LUN HUANG   NTUST

13:40 – 15:20   Session 3 Application/Hardware (Session chair: Prof. Hsin-Chin Liu)

  1. State of the Art in Elliptic Curve Cryptography for RFID LIU LI RUI  FDU
  2. A Chopper-stabilized instrument amplifier for EEG/ECG signal measurement FENG JING HAO   FDU
  3. Dual Mode ASK Transmitter Lee Wei-Kan    NTUST
  4. Measurement of Dual Antenna Tag Chang Chih Kao  NTUST
  5. Design of Dynamic Sensor Networks using Formation-flight-type Air Nodes Bo-Hyun Hwang  Hanyang Univ.

15:35 – 17:15   Session 4 Software/Hardware (Session chair: Prof. Daeyoung Kim)

  1. Group coding of RF tags Sato Yuki   KEIO
  2. Optimization in data interpolation of sensor reporting interval Doan Hoai Nam KEIO
  3. Optimization of Cross-Layer TCP communication control over unstable mobile WiMAX networks Miyazaki Keita  KEIO
  4. A Slow Hopping MAC Protocol for Coordinator-based Cognitive Radio Network Yoh-han Lee   KAIST
  5. RFID TCM Medicine Dispensing System and Its Performance Measures Shienchii Hsieh  NTUST

Saturday, November 5th, 2011 

9:00 – 10:40   Session 5 Hardware (Session chair: Prof. Chang-Fa Yang)

  1. Adaptive Route Recommendation by Using Neural Based Fuzzy Inference Systems Raras Tyasnurita NTUST
  2. Research of Sensor Tag protocol interface HAN HAI CHAO  FDU
  3. Survey Of Medication Habits In Home Care Suzuki Shiori  KEIO
  4. Applying RFID in Asset Maintenance Notification Framework for Enhancing Service Quality of Public Services Satria Fadil Persada  NTUST
  5. Estimating the status of room using multiple motion sensors Yokoishi Takehiro  KEIO

10:55 – 11:55   Session 6 Hardware/Business (Session chair: Prof. Junghoon Moon)

  1. Digital predistortion of power amplifier in RFID reader DONG CHUAN SHENG  FDU
  2. Is there any relationship between epidemic effect and RFID diffusion? Jihye Kim KAIST
  3. Application of NFC to the agri-food area Seongcheol Lee  SNU


Maybe Iam just a dust in this big world, or unexpexted being a moon that shine on ur part. Maybe just a wind in this freaky day, or happily being a white rose in the wedding. It's just me. I want to be me that i wanna be. NOT me that i think i need to be.
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