I am glad to have worked with the following undergraduate students (Undergraduate Research Assistantship) from University of Waterloo during the reasearch project of "lightweight security solutions for passive RFID systems".
- Work on encrypting and decrypting the data from the counter of the EPC tag using WG-8/5 and new synchronization protocols.
- Work on the read command for the memory of the EPC tag.
- Work on a new GUI for sending commands and receiving returned value from the tag.
- Work on the RFID demo using WG-5.
- Measure the performance of our RFID platform and the extra memory consumption of the reader and tag for the encryption schemes.
- Work on the GUI of the reader based on the API, and build a user-friendly interface.
- Present two demos for encryting the EPC number in the WISP tag and decrypting it in the AMS reader using WG-8 in our RFID platform.
- One uses the HACK-ACK scheme to show an encryption/decryption demo with unchanged ciphertext.
- Another one uses the HACK-ACK scheme and ABP protocol to show a demo with changeable ciphertext.
- Build a passive RFID platform using AMS reader and WISP tag based on the EPC Class 1 Generation 2 standard.
- Present a demo for decrypting the EPC number using WG-8 stream cipher in the AMS reader.
Fall 2015: David Yun (3B), Johan Augustine (3B), Matt Polkiewica (3B), Fikayo Odunayo (3B) and Eilleen Xing(3B)
Spring 2015: Ashwin Raman (3A), Sathvik Swamy (3A), Cainan Winquist (4A), Henry Chung and Ruoping Xu(4A)
Winter 2015: Cainan Winquist and Henry Chung (3B)
Fall 2014: Peter Yin and Vincent Chan (3B)