Anti-counterfeit solutions, tracking and tracing system for food/drug safety, RFID authentication protocols, anti-collision algorithms, implantable sensor tags
Junyu Wang got his Ph.D degree from the department of computer science, University of science and technology, Beijing in 2002 and then worked in Fudan University as a postdoc from 2003 to 2005, doing research on anti-counterfeit solutions based on RFID. From 2005 to now, he served as an Assistant Professor and then Associate Professor (2007) in the ASIC & Systems State Key Laboratory of Fudan University. From September 2008 to September 2009, he worked as visiting Associate Professor in the Laboratory of Manufacturing and Productivity (LMP), MIT, USA focusing on the security issue and solutions of Internet of Things, especially on the authentication protocols and scalability. In 2003, he joined Auto-ID Lab at Fudan and has served as Associate Director since then. From 2011-2013, Dr.Wang was the executive manager of the national project “Agriculture Internet of Things for Food Safety and Food Quality” funded by Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST), China. Dr. Wang’s research areas include Anti-counterfeit solutions, tracking and tracing system for food/drug safety, RFID authentication protocols, anti-collision algorithms, implantable sensor tags, etc. He has published more than 30 papers in journals and conferences. He is the inventor of 12 granted patents.