International Journal of RF Technologies: Research and Applications
ISSN: 1754-5730 NEW
Volume 3; 4 issues
Institutional subscription (print and online) for 2011: €403 / US$500 (including postage and handling)
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Status Report: Last issue (volume 2:2) online 18 February 2011
Next issue (volume 2:3) scheduled for June 2011

Aims and Scope
Editorial Board
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Editor-in-chief
Antonio Rizzi Prof. Ph.D.
RFID Lab
University of Parma
Italy
E-mail: antonio.rizzi@unipr.it

Associate Editors
Dursun Delen
Oklahoma State University
USA

Jean-Pierre Emond
University of Florida
USA

Bill Hardgrave
RFID Research Center, University of Arkansas
72701 Fayetteville, AR
USA

Bonghee Hong
Pusan National University
South Korea

Florian Michahelles
ETH Zurich
Switzerland

Dieter Uckelmann
University of Bremen
Germany

 
Editorial Board
Gisele Bennett, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA Robert Miller, Ashland University, USA
Harold Boeck, Sherbrooke University, Canada Farhad Moeeni, Arkansas State University, USA
Eleonora Bottani, University of Parma, Italy Roberto Montanari, University of Parma, Italy
Marcello Braglia, University of Pisa, Italy Fred Riggins, Arizona State University, USA
Shing-Chi Cheung, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, China Bernd Scholz-Reiter, University of Bremen, Germany
Q. Chung, Villanova University, USA Klaus-Dieter Thoben, University of Bremen, Germany
Nelson E. King, American University of Beirut, Lebanon Dale Thompson, University of Arkansas, USA
Alfredo Lambiase, University of Salerno, Italy Junfang Zeng, Chinese Academy of Science, China

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Aims and Scope 
International Journal of RF Technologies: Research & Applications will establish a forum for exchanging information and research results regarding RF technology deployment, data analytics, and business value creation.

For technology deployment, articles should focus on how to deploy the technology to ultimately create business value. Potential technologies that will be covered in the Journal include Radio frequency identification (RFID), Real time location sensing (RTLS), Near-field communication (NFC), and RF-based sensors.

For data analytics, the Journal will publish articles that focus on how and where to capture the data (e.g. real-time, at the device, on the server etc.), present approaches for finding patterns in the data which may reveal process anomalies or areas for improvement, and examine the development and use of software related to RF technologies.

Ultimately, all articles should have a clear link to the creation of business value. Business value is taken in its broadest context as the management, operational or supporting set of linked activities that create value by transforming an input into a more valuable output. It can thus be transferred to different industries or different business functions, including retail, aerospace, automotive, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, public administration and logistics providers, among others.

Although grounded on solid scientific backgrounds, the Journal will only publish innovative and challenging papers that have a clear applicability to the business world and are focussed on driving business value.

Both original papers and review articles are welcomed. All papers will be peer-reviewed.
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Endorsed by the Global RF Lab Alliance. Visit the organisation's website.

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