Submit your paper or poster!


The 18th IEEE International Conference on RFID (IEEE RFID 2024) is seeking high-quality submissions for papers and posters (see submission options below) in all areas of technical RFID research and application. IEEE RFID 2024 offers a unique opportunity to share, discuss, and witness research results in all areas of RFID technologies and their applications.

Come join us in Boston, MA, June  4 – 6 2024!


Topics are divided in General Track Topics and Workshop Topics (see at page bottom).

Submissions to IEEE RFID Conference are through EDAS at this link. The IEEE RFID 2024 accepts paper and poster submissions formatted in the IEEE conference style.
Manuscripts should be 6 pages, submitted by the advertised conference deadline (Feb 26, Mar 11 2024).
Posters follow the 1-page format (deadline April 29, 2024)

Selected papers will be invited to be published in Journal of Radio Frequency Identification (JRFID)

Important dates:

Paper Submission Deadline: February 26 March 11th, 2024
Workshop Proposal Deadline: March 11th, 2024
Notification of Acceptance: April 22nd, 2024
Poster Submission: April 29th, 2024
Final Paper Submission: May 13th, 2024

All deadlines are at 11:59pm UTC-12


Submission guidelines

Please, carefully check the submission guidelines:

Authors of Accepted Papers receive peer reviews by top RFID technology leaders, have their work published on IEEE Xplore, and are enrolled in the IEEE RFID 2023 Best Paper Competition.

Accepted papers are chosen on the basis of originality, technical content, clarity and potential impact of results. Submissions must be original and may not be under consideration elsewhere. Cases of multiple publications and plagiarism will be handled according to IEEE policies and procedures.

Formatting and Double-Blind Review

Papers should be submitted as a PDF document and must adhere to the US Letter 2-column or A4 IEEE manuscript template for conferences (templates and instructions available from the IEEE). Manuscripts must be 6 pages.

Papers will be reviewed in a double-blind review process to help eliminate any bias for/against an author or institution based on name, country, gender, or other characteristics.

To anonymize their work, authors must take the following steps:

  1. Remove author names, contact information, and affiliations from the title and anywhere else;
  2. Remove acknowledgments and references to funding sources;
  3. Use the third person to reference the authors’ own work.
    For example, do not write “We demonstrated in [2] that…
    Instead, write “It was demonstrated in [2] that…
  4. Ensure figures do not contain any affiliation-related identifier (e.g. logos on hardware or in IC layouts);
  5. Depersonalize the work by using anonymous text where necessary;
  6. Remove or depersonalize citations to authors’ unpublished work;
  7. Remove references to patents filed by authors or their institutions.



Papers for which a presenting Author is registered and has paid the registration fee by the set deadline will be scheduled for presentation, included in the Conference Proceedings, and published on IEEE Xplore©.



Posters will be not published on IEEE Xplore.

General Track topics

  • Antennas & Propagations
    • Antenna Theory and Design
    • Channel modeling and measurements
    • MIMO, UWB, and hybrid antennas
    • Novel RFID measurement techniques
  • Applications & Software
    • RFID software, middleware, and networking
    • RFID in smart cities
    • RFID for industry 4.0
    • RFID in retail / healthcare
    • RFID in agriculture
    • RFID in logistics and inventory management
    • RFID based infrastructure for Internet of Things
  • Protocols & Security
    • Cybersecurity and cryptography in RFID
    • Privacy-enhancing and anti-counterfeiting techniques
    • Anti-collision techniques
  • Circuits, Devices & Interrogations
    • Circuit designs
    • Reader architecture
    • Non-silicon tags
    • Chipless tags
    • Multi-reader coordination and interference reduction
    • Near field Communications (NFC)
  • Next-Gen RFID & ID+
    • Green technologies for RFID
    • Millimeter-wave RFID
    • THz & optical RFID
    • Advanced coding and modulation schemes
    • WiFi- & BLE-assisted RFID
    • Novel materials in RFID
    • AR/VR in RFID
  • Sensor
    • Environmental sensing
    • RFID Sensors
    • Active, passive and chipless sensors
  • Motion Capture (MoCap)
    • Tracking applications
    • Localization
    • Wireless Motion Capture Systems



Potential Workshop Topics

The IEEE RFID 2024 has room for the organization of workshops about cutting-edge topics in the RFID field.

Below, it follows a list of the main potential topics. Please, feel free to propose a new topic outside the list.
Contact the Workshop Chair: workshop@ieee

Potential topics include:

  • Energy Harvesting
    • New and novel harvesting techniques
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) for RFID
    • AI applications in the RFID ecosystem
  • Digital Twins
    • Tag number resolution
    • Digital twins
  • Ocean Internet of Things (IoT)
    • Underwater backscatter communications and imaging
  • Biomedical Systems
    • Backscatter communications for biosignal telemetry
  • Smart Materials
    • Additive manufacturing in RFID
  • Gen. 3 RFID
    • Protocols and innovation