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RFID SysTech 2008 - 4th European Workshop on RFID Systems and Technologies

15.05.2008
RFID SysTech 2008
4th European Workshop on RFID Systems and Technologies
10.06. - 11.06.2008 Freiburg / Germany
Institute of Computer Science and Social Studies

The RFID SysTech 2008 will offer an enhanced program, featuring invited and reviewed presentations from science and industry. The topics cover a wide spectrum from latest investigations and RFID applications to security issues.

Exceeding last years programme, new issues such as new business models and RFID-related performance measurement will be addressed.

The workshop provides an excellent opportunity to meet experts and set up new networks and information exchange on a professional level. In addition to the workshop, an industrial exhibition for the presentation of latest products will be provided.

The workshop is organized by Institute of Computer Science and Social Studies - University of Freiburg in Germany and Informationstechnische Gesellschaft (ITG) within VDE.

*** Responsibilities ***
Local Chair: Guenter Mueller
Programme Chair: Uwe Wissendheit, Jens Strueker
Industrial Chair: Michael E. Wernle
Organisational Chair: Thomas Hollstein
You may register now. For detailed information please visit the conference web site at:

http://www.rfid-systech.org/ or feel free to contact us.

Looking forward to meet you in Freiburg

Best regards
Jens Strueker

Rudolf-Werner Dreier | idw
Further information:
http://www.rfid-systech.org/
http://www.uni-freiburg.de/

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