The fourth annual symposium will convene at Baylor University's Hankamer School of Business, Waco, Texas, U.S.A.
September 18-19, 2008
Even though RFID (radio frequency identification) business applications have evolved over the past couple of decades, there is no doubt that it is an emerging technology for identifying and tracking objects, which holds many promises for closing the time-lag gaps in information transfer for improving supply chain operation productivity. This RFID-awareness has prompted much discussion about its benefits, challenges, and security issues. The theme of this symposium is the use of RFID in supply chains. Sessions will address the massive interest in this old technology, which is changing the landscape of integrated supply chains. The use of RFID ranges from asset tracking to cashless payment to homeland security, and more. Speakers at the event will discuss RFID strategies and implementation used to accomplish this.
Dr. Daniel W. Engels - Director, Texas Radio Frequency Innovation and Technology Center, College of Engineering, The University of Texas at Arlington
Mr. George Dyche - Avery Dennison, RFID Division
Partial list of participants:
- Qing Cao, Texas Tech University
- Nicole DeHoratius, University of Portland
- Qiannong Gu (Chan), University of Houston
- Gregory Heim, Texas A&M University
- Diego Klabjan, Northwestern University
- Ertunga Ozelkan, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
- Divakar Rajamani, The University of Texas at Dallas
- Shital C. Shah, Rush University Medical Center
- Jun Shu, Penn State University
- Pamela Zelbst, Sam Houston State University
Register online now: https://www.baylor.edu/business/
Pedro M. Reyes, Ph.D.
Director, Center of Excellence in Supply Chain Management
Hankamer School of Business