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Final Call for Papers
Final Call for Papers
Abstract Format and Submission Requirments
Symposium Session Scope
Final Call for Papers

Abstract Format and Submission Requirments


Symposium Session Scope
As part of the technical symposium covering the broad range of information display topics listed, ICDT 2019 will feature topical sessions which focus specifically on selected issues or key developments. Paper submissions are welcome for any of the general symposium topics or for any of the specific topical sessions described below.

Active Matrix Devices
                                            Applied Vision

1.     TFTs of New Materials and Processing Technologies

Metal oxide semiconductors with different compositions are continuing to be improved interms of mobility, stability, uniformity and ease of processing. In themeantime, other alternative semiconductors are also attracting interests forlow cost, flexible or high performance TFT backplanes, including organics,1D/2D materials, and composite materials. Papers on TFTs made of these newsemiconducting materials with new device structures or processing approaches for scalable manufacturing, and integration in active matrix display panels aresolicited. TFT devices and backplanes, by printing or coating processes with chemical compatibility, dimensional-tolerance control during process and duringusage are encouraged.

2.     High-Performance TFTs & Active-Matrix Displays

The trend of display technology is moving to higher resolution with larger pixel numbers and higher pixel density, and faster frame rate for ideal visual experience.Therefore, many technical issues need to be addressed for TFT device and backplane technologies. LTPS and oxide TFTs with higher mobility, smaller feature sizes and less parasitic capacitances, high density pixel circuits,approaches for solving the RC delay issues, and any related technologies are solicited.

3.     TFT Device Physics,Characterization and Modeling

Understanding the carrier transport mechanisms, source/drain contact and dielectric/semiconductor interface properties is important for development of semiconductor material,device structures and processing techniques to achieve high performance and reliable TFTs. Moreover, with accurate physically-based compact models of TFTs,it will enable expedient circuit simulation that accurately and reliably predicts system behaviors. Device physics, characterization and compactmodeling for various TFT technologies including LTPS, Oxide and organic TFTs are all solicited. Especially, reliability characterization and understandingof TFTs under electrical bias, temperature and light stresses to meet the display operation are encouraged.

4.     Pixel Circuits and Backplane for Current Driving Displays

OLED displays have been of focus in the display industry for their superb imagequality and suitability for flexible or curved applications with slim form factor. AMOLED displays must deal with issues such as mura, aging, imageretention, and power consumption. Other current driving displays such as QLEDand micro-LEDs also show great potential for certain applications. Papersrelated to pixel integration structure, pixel circuit design, peripheralcircuitry, and driving schemes, with an emphasis on reducing mura, aging andimage retention issues, and reducing power consumption are solicited.

5.     Novel TFT Circuits and Hybrid TFT Integration

Development of high performance TFTs enables the monolithic integration of peripheral driver circuits and other novel functions onto the active-matrix-displaypanels. Hybrid TFT integration would be able to combine the advantages ofvarious TFT technologies. Papers on design and fabrication of TFT based circuits or systems allowing for such display system-on-panel integration are solicited. New circuit designs for high density and reliable operation areencouraged. Papers on new concepts and process implementation of hybrid TFT integration are solicited.

6.     Active-Matrix Displays with Integrated Sensors

Active-matrix displays with in-cell touch sensors become popular. Finger print and force touch sensors start to be integrated under/in/on display panels. Papers on newintegrated sensor concepts, the state of the art of active-matrix displays withintegrated sensors are solicited. Papers that describe clearly the integrationstructures, processes, pixel circuits, and readout electronic circuits forachieving the required performance are encouraged..

7.     New Applications of TFTs and Active-Matrix Devices

Various TFT technologies are being explored for new applications beyond displays, including sensors in IoT, and neuromorphic computing. Papers on using TFTs for different new applications beyond displays, including device design, processing, TFT interfacing with nanostructured or biological sensing materials, systemimplementation and actual measurements are solicited.

1.     Quantitative Visual Functional Assessment for Displays

The topic covers the functional endpoints, methodologies and technologies for quantitatively assessing the functional performance of human observer under theinfluence of the displays. Papers on how normal or abnormal visual systemsbeing affected by different visual displays are also solicited.

2.     Color Vision and Color Rendering

The topic covers the neural underpinnings and models of human color vision, the characteristics of color perception, and the factors that affect color perception. Papers on the visual searching performance of different colorstatic 3D/2D targets on various type 3D displays are also solicited.

3.     Brain Display Interaction

The topic covers the functional endpoints, methodologies and technologies of brain signal processing related to brain signals induced by visual stimulation. Papers on applications of brain computer interface (BCI) based on visual evoked potential(VEP), and especially steady-state VEP are also solicited.

                                                     Display Application

1.     New Applications of Flat Panel Displays

The flat panel displays are being developed to be of larger size, higher resolution,better picture quality, faster refresh rate, and become thinner and flexible.Papers on new or emerging applications of flat panel displays based on these advanced features for consumer electronics, automotive, medical and military industry are solicited.

2.     Applications of 3D Display

Papers on applications of 3D, stereoscopy, and holography display technologies for medicalmodeling, CAD, entertainment and movie industry are solicited. Discussions on current barriers for mainstream product applications and the solutions areespecially encouraged.

3.     Applications of Wearable Displays

Wearable displays are demanded in wide range of applications including smart watches,exercise bands, talk bands, kid watches, wrist bands, as well as near-the-eye devices. These devices need to be comfortable and stylish to be worn, as well as convenient for the users to access the information. Therefore, in addition to the conventional requirements, wearable displays should be of light weight,low power, good outdoor readability and low cost. Papers on assessment, design,and system integration of the displays for wearable applications are solicited.

4.     Environmental Impacts on Display Applications

With further development of various display technologies, “display everywhere” is going to happen. Papers on assessment of the display performance under different environmental conditions, and the design considerations are solicited.    

5.     Non-conventional and Special Displays

Papers on applications of the displays in non-conventional and special application fields(super large size public information displays, free form displays, etc.) are solicited.    Papers on analysis of the special requirements and issues for these applications, and solutions in terms of display design, manufacturing, and system integration are encouraged.

                                        Display Measurement
Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality(VR) systems and applications are the mostexciting emerging areas for display technologies. The session will focus on the related technologies and devices including near-eye display,head-mounted display,emerging light-field display,laser scanning display,headset designs,key components, holographicoptical  elements(HOE) and waveguide optics etc for both VR and AR.

1.     AR/VR Display Devicesand Applications

Papers on AR/VR display technologies, devices, inputs, interfaces and interaction,3D-sensing and imaging technologies, end-to-end system integration for AR/VR are all solicited. Papers addressing the related technology issues of computation, graphics, immersive audio, spatial tracking, localization,mapping, and navigation are also encouraged.

2.     Naked-Eye AR technologiesand applications

Papers on naked-eye AR technologies, and their applications with mobile terminals with or without 3D sensors are solicited.Papers on image and 3D object recognizing, depth senses, mapping and rendering of virtual objects onto the physical world are especially encouraged.

3.     AR/VR ContentGeneration, Capture and Development

Papers on light-field capture and display,3D imaging and360 degree video recording and applications, scene capture, reconstruction andinteraction are solicited.

4.     Medical Applicationsof AR/VR

Papers on applying augmented- and virtual-realitytechniques in biomedical research and clinical applications are solicited.  

5.     The Standardizationand Performance Evaluation of AR/VR Products

The physical and optical properties of VR/AR displays are different as traditional real image displays (e. g., LCD and OLED displays,projection displays, etc.), which make it difficult to design characterization methods that deliver consistent understanding in the industry. Papers on the evaluation and measurement methods, and standardization for optical characteristics and image quality of VR/AR devices are solicited, especiallythe quantification methods related to the immersion and vertigo are encouraged.

1.    Characterization of Perceptible Display Phenomena

Different physical and optical properties of various display technologies make it  difficult to design characterization methods that deliver consistent results across manufacturers and technologies. Papers are solicited which propose and evaluate measurement methods and resulting objective metrics for comparing the perceptible display phenomena and performance criteria among display technologies in similar applications in repeatable and understandable ways.

2.     Calibration and Verification of  Instrumentation

The field of display metrology benefits from the growing number of instrument developers andnew devices. These benefits come with the challenge of verifying the accuracyand traceability of new instruments, as well as their suitability for a giventask. Of special interest are procedures and simple diagnostics for on-site calibration. Authors are encouraged to submit papers which describe their recent work in calibrating, testing, and validating new instrumentation.

3.     Optical Property Modeling of Display Technologies

Numerical optical models are often used to aid the design process for new displays.Papers are solicited which explore the theory of these optical models and correlate the models against measured results.

4.     Measurement Methods for Near-to-Eye Displays

Applications such as augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), TV, and medical imaging impose unique demands on the specific display technology and the methods used to characterize their performance. Certain display types such as near-to-eye and projection, for instance, use complex optical systems that require unique characterization considerations. Papers describing methods, experiences and results in this area are welcome.

5.     Advances in Display Measurements Standards

Organizations such as the ICDM, ISO, IEC, and CEA are constantly proposing new methods and concepts in the field of display measurement to address characterization issues brought about by new technologies and applications. Authors are encouraged tosubmit papers that explore the performance and correlation of proposed methodsfrom current or future international standards.

6.     Solid-State-Lighting Metrology and Characterization

LED and other solid-state-lighting technologies are making their way out of high-tech devices. Papers are sought that highlight the unique measurement challenges of these new light sources. Characterization of power, efficiency, and the effectsof the unique spectral power distribution of solid-state light sources on human physiology are topics of particular interest.

7.     OpticalCharacterization and Measurement of High-Dynamic Range and Wide-Color-Gamut Displays

High-dynamic-range(HDR) and wide-color-gamut (WCG) display technologies are developing rapidly.HDR and WCG image capture, transmission, and display enable an unparalleled visual experience. Papers are solicited for the characterization and metrology of these new systems. Methods for establishing perceptually meaningful and sensible metrics for EOTF (gamma) and color volume are of special interest.

8.     Optical Characterizationand Measurement of Light-Field and 3D Displays

In addition to the traditional display optical characteristics that must be evaluated when describing the performance of light-field and other 3D displays, qualities related to 3D-specific functionality must be measured and described. Authors are encouraged to submit papers that are unique or of special interest to light-field and 3D display characterization.
                                            Display Electronics
       1.    Display Drivers and Driving Technologies

Advances of display technologies with requirements of higher refresh rate, larger size,higher bit-depth, and crisp rendition of moving images have brought challengesfor driver design. Additionally, the self-emissive displays (e.g. AMOLED) cause different design considerations for the driving schemes compared to the conventional LCD displays. Papers on advanced driving schemes, driver architectures, driver circuit design, and timing-controller ICs to provide the best image quality for various types of displays are solicited.

2.     Image/Video Captureand Processing

Image quality remains one of the most important market drivers for any display applications. The image quality on the displays can be optimized by improvingthe display device itself as well as by applying suitable image- andvideo-processing algorithms. The processing algorithms depend on the nature of content captured as well as the characteristics of the display used. Papers addressing image/video capture, display-specific video-processing algorithms and circuits are solicited. General processing includes, but is not limited to MPEG (de)coding, noise reduction, de-interlacing, scaling, contrast, sharpnessand color enhancement, and frame-rate conversion. In particular, papers on new image/ video capture and processing methods to address various issues (e.g.motion-artifact reduction, viewing-angle improvement, lifetime improvement,etc.) are solicited.


                                             Display Manufacturing
                                             Display Systems
1.     Manufacture of TFT Devices, Arrays, and Circuits

Papers are solicited on the topics related to the technical challenges associated with the manufacturing processes of displays backplanes based on a-Si TFTs, LTPS TFTs, oxideTFTs, and organic TFTs.                                                          

2.     Manufacture of LCDs and Other Non-Emissive Display Panels

Papers aresolicited on the topics related to the manufacturing of  LCDs, LCOS, MEMS based displays, and other non-emissive display panels.    

 3.     Manufacture of OLEDsand Other Emissive Display Panels

Papers are solicited on the topics related to the manufacturing of emissive displays, suchas OLEDs, quantum-dot LEDs, and so on.  

 4.     Display ModuleManufacturing

Papers are solicited on the display module manufacturing processes, including cutting,polarizer attachment, encapsulation techniques, interconnect technologies, etc.

  5.     Display Material andComponent Manufacturing

Papers are solicitedon the material developments to support display manufacturers, including substrates, targets, gases, photo resists, photo masks, etchants, liquidcrystals, organic light emitting materials, seals, PI, ACF, ICs, PCBs,polarizers, backlights, touch panels, etc.  

   6.     Display ManufacturingEquipment

Papers are solicited on the development and application of new designs or unique adaptations of equipment for the manufacture of displays, including array, cell, OLED, module, and roll to roll processing.    

1.    Novel Display SystemTechnologies

New and unconventional display systems of today are building blocks for the products of tomorrow. From micro displays to handheldsto wall displays to projection systems to vehicle display, all sizes and novelapproaches are of interest. Papers are solicited that describe new conceptdisplay systems and may include novel devices, integration, image/videoprocessing, artificial intelligence, real-time controlling or monitoring ofoperations, and system evaluations.

2.  Novel Backlight Module

A backlight is an indispensable device for transmissive or transflectiveLCDs. Papers on the following technologies are solicited: new-type LED backlight technology, flexible BLUs, narrow margin BLUs for cell phones,direct-view or edge-lit BLUs for LCD TV and monitors, and novel BLUs’ componentsuch as light source, films and light guide plate.

3.   PerformanceOptimization of Display system

This session relates on new technologies for modification orimprovements of existing systems. Papers are solicited that wide color gamutdisplay technology, HDR display technology, large-area AMOLED driving technology, power consumption reduction, thermal management and reliability improvement for special display.

                                           Emissive Displays
                                   E-paper and Flexible Displays

1.     Quantum Dot Materials

As an emerging and promising class of emissive materials, quantum dots (QDs) have been attracting extensive interests and shown great display market application prospect in terms of LCD backlights, QD color filters (QDCF) and quantum dotlight-emitting diodes (QLEDs). Research has been widely conducted on material level and related deposition, component and system levels in this nascent field. Papers concerning the science and technology of emissive quantum dot materials, for both PL and EL application, are solicited.

2.     Quantum Dot LightEmitting Diode Devices

The application of quantum dots in future emissive displays (QLEDs) has seen a resurgence of interest within the research community. Papers concerning the electroluminescent characteristics, integration and applications of various quantum-dot materials are solicited.

3.     Micro-LED Displays

Micro-LEDs are attracting more and more attentions not only indoor/outdoor displays,mobile displays, wearable devices, but also for beyond display applications such as mask-less photolithography, bio-medical tools because of their superior properties such as self-emission, high brightness, individual controllability,wide operating environments, high response frequency, high efficiency and lowpower consumption. Papers that describe the science and technology of Micro-LED devices, materials, characterizations, mass transfer and packaging, driving circuits, system architectures, and applications are solicited.

1.     QDPL

With the wide-color-gamut drive in displays, we see a great increase in quantum-dot research and applications, especially for backlight in LCDs and color conversion layers in micro-LEDs. Papers are solicited over a wide range of topics related to colloidal quantum dots and quantum rods, including physics,chemistry, material synthesis, passivation, and film, tube/bar and on-chip applications.

1.     Flexible Electronics

Flexible,stretchable, thin, light, and robust displays offer the potential to integrate interfaces into objects in the environment and to wear on the body. Papers are sought on all manner of flexible or wearable touch and other environmental orbio-sensors, electronic-skin sensors, flexible display interfaces, and novel applications or uses for flexible electronics.

2.     Electronic Paper

Electronic paper (e-Paper) combines the benefits of ink on paper with the rewritability of an information display. Papers are solicited on both rigid and flexible displays employing electrophoretic, electrowetting, flexible Ch-LCDs, MEMS, and other novel reflective displays.

3.     Flexible OLEDs and KeyMaterial Technology

Flexible OLEDs continue to be of high interest to the display community for more robust,rollable, or even foldable device form factors. Papers describing novel techniques enabling flexible emissive display device, flexible high efficiency and robust materials are particularly welcome.

4.     Flexible TFTs

Flexible TFTs are important for flexible-display applications. Papers relating to substrate material, encapsulation materials, mechanical structure design and releasing processes for fabrication of flexible TFTs and backplanes in a-Si:H,LTPS, metal oxide and organics are welcome.

5.     Flexible LCDs and NewMaterials

Papers on substrate materials, backlight, mechanical structure design for making flexible LCDs are solicited. Material developments to support the efforts of flexible-display development are also welcome.

                                         Liquid-Crystal Technology
  1.     Flexible and Conformable LCDs

This topic covers all aspects of flexible-display technologies, including flexible Ch-LCDs, new flexible LCDs, and novel flexible reflective displays. The goal isto capture new display modes and display materials and components related to flexible-display technologies. Papers on advances directed at the development of substrates, novel fabrication techniques, drive techniques, electro- opticaleffects, manufacturing, and applications for flexible-display technology aresought. Material developments to support the efforts of flexible-display development are also welcome.

2.     Fast response time and color-sequential LCDs

A field-sequential-color (FSC) display does not require spatial color filters. As a result, its optical efficiency and resolution density are tripled. High optical efficiency lowers the power consumption, while high-resolution density improves the image fidelity. However, to achieve FSC without noticeable colorbreakup, the LC response time should be fast (ideally <1 msec) in order to enable high-frame-rate operation. Papers on new LC materials, operation modes,backlight sources, and driving methods for achieving fast response time while mitigating color breakup are encouraged.

3.     High dynamic range andhigh ambient contrast LCDs

High dynamic range offers supreme image quality, including high peak brightness, true blackstate, high ambient contrast ratio, and at least 10-bit gray levels. For LCDs,high brightness can be obtained by boosting the backlight, and high dynamiccontrast can be achieved by local dimming, although the dimming accuracy depends on the segments of LED backlight and algorithm optimization. High ambient contrast is particularly important for mobile displays, where sunlight readability is a critical issue. This session covers all the technical aspects related to high dynamic range and high ambient contrast ratio.

4.     Wide color gamut and QD enhanced LCDs

Wide color gamut (WCG) represents a more complete reproduction of colors seen with our eyes in real-world scenes, which is currently one of the most exciting display topics. The very recent developments in color-enhanced LCDs using quantum dots(QDs) or dyes have been carried out to expand the range of colors. Especially,QDs which yield highly saturated color emissions for  purer primaries can create more colorful and lifelike images. This session will cover all aspects of technologies for WCG and QD-enhanced LCDs. Papers addressing color-converting materials, colorfilters, backlights, optical films, driving schemes, human factors, and all studies related to WCG and QDs are encouraged.

5.     LC for AR/VRapplications

LCDs have found increasing applications for AR and VR displays. For these applications,high resolution density, high dynamic range, high ambient contrast ratio, and fast motion picture response time are critically needed. Recently, mini-LEDbacklit LCDs offer an outstanding dynamic contrast ratio for VR displays, while transparent LCDs opens a new door for AR applications. This session covers allthe technical aspects related to AR and VR display applications.

6.     High Image Quality/Super High Resolution

High image quality and super high resolution represent a more complete reproduction of colors we can see with our eyes in real world scenes. And high resolution enables accurate, vivid, and clear electronic-display images which may penetrate a wide application of displays, including virtual reality and augmented reality, etc. This session will cover all aspects of technologies for high image quality and high resolution. Papers of all studies related to high image quality including materials, new modes, driving schemes, algorithms, color-mapping systems, human factors, and the researches with display-performance analysis, high-resolution-related work for the further development of image-quality improvement are encouraged.

7.     Smart Windows

Liquid crystals have been widely used in smart windows. In particular, the temperature-dependent-transparence technology and normal transparent mode are ingreat demand. Original papers addressing advanced materials, new phenomena,device physics, and new applications that may relate to smart windows are all encouraged.

8.     LC Alignment and New LC Materials

LC alignmentis essential in the operation of LCDs. New techniques, especially photoalignment, have been deployed recently for manufacturing. Papers covering new LC alignment techniques that improve LCD performance, reduce cost, and improve production yield, as well as allowing the realization of novel LCDs and optical elements, are solicited.

1.     Human-centric Lighting

a. Papers on fundamentals of vision and non-vision of light

b. Circadian rhythms and non-visual effects of light, an introduction

c. Human Centric lighting, a paradigm shift in lighting and its control.

d. Human Centric lighting, emergence of a prescription.

2. Engineering Lighting

a.Intelligent lighting in engineering applications

b. Safety issues in road and tunnel lighting systems

3. Display Light Sources

a. Dynamic backlight

The emergence of dynamic backlight technology notonly effectively reduces the power consumption of the display, and improves the contrast of the display in various ambient, but also plays an important role inimproving the image quality. Papers providing insight into active dynamic LED backlight, local dimming technology and other dynamic backlight technologies are encouraged.

b.backlight unit

Backlight unit is an important part of the liquid crystal display device. Backlight unit usually include EL, CCFL and LED. Papers are solicited on novel techniquesfor backlight unit.

c.Graphene lighting technology

Graphene has constituted to a newlighting technology. As the graphene thin film contributes to a great enhancementof heat-dissipation in the existing display products. Graphene thus has broadapplication prospects in the display field. Papers are encouraged on theprogress of the graphene lighting technology, high performance devices, and theapplications.

d.Front light unit

Characteristics of reflective displaysare of low power consumption, omni-directional reflection and wide viewingangle. So it required built-in illumination (a distinctive FLU) and integratedFLU. Papers are encouraged on illuminate the reflective display under dimambient light, preserve the original function of the reflective display evenwith the built-in and or integrated FLU, deal with the characteristics of thefront light unit and its measurements and evaluations.

                                     Printing Displays

Papers on advances in printed display technologies, including materials, process, device, applications, electronics,system, are solicited. Papers on advanced materials and technologies associated with printed display and applications are also encouraged.

1.      Solution-processed OLED Materials and Devices

Papers in the area of solution-processed OLED materials and printed device architectures with state-of-the-artperformance in terms of color chromaticity, high power efficiency, and long operational lifetime at display level luminance are sought. Of particular interest are deep-blue with high efficiency, color, and long lifetime. Papers describing enabling device architectures, including top and bottom emitters,and robust thin film encapsulation that lead to stable passive- and active-matrix flexible full-color displays are particularly welcome. Papers are solicited on novel techniques for enhancing out-coupling efficiency of printed OLEDs.

2.      Manufacturing Processes for Printed OLED Displays

Novel full-color printed OLED fabrication and patterning techniques that are capable of producing high-resolution displays are of high interest for the industry. Papers dealing with recent advancements in areas of ink-jet printing, nozzle printing and othernovel techniques as well as development of solution-processed OLED materials and devices are sought. Particularly, approaches to obtain multi layer devices from printing are highly welcome. Papers are sought on printed OLED display panel design and performance of small–to–large-area panels.

3.      Printing of Quantum-Dot Electroluminescence Materials

With the market success of core-shell quantum dots as down-conversion materials for LCDs, their application in future printed displays (QLEDs) has seen a resurgence of interest within the research community. In addition to core-shell quantum dots, perovskite quantum dots also have recently attracted intense interest owing to potentially good electro-luminescent properties. The electronic properties can be easily manipulated by molecular engineering, thus making them valuable as an additional set of materials for applications in printed displays. Papers concerning the printing processes, device fabrication and electroluminescence performance with these quantum-dot materials are solicited.

4.      Stability of Printed OLEDs and QLEDs

Lifetime of printed OLED/QLED devices is one of the most important factors. Papers providing insight into degradation mechanism and describing novel materials and device architectures to substantially increase lifetimes and suppress differential aging and image sticking are solicited.

5.      Printed TFTs and Active-Matrix Displays

Manufacturing TFT backplanes in solution and printing approaches would potentially be able to reduce the cost. Papers on printable semiconductor/dielectric/electrode materials, printing process, new device and integration structures for printed TFT and backplane fabrication are solicited.


                                     Touch and Interactive Display

1.     OLED Materials

Papers on vacuum deposited and solution processed organic and polymer light-emitting diodes, including design, synthesis and characterization of low-mass organic molecules, oligomers, and polymers; the structural, electrical and optical properties of light-emitting and/or carrier transporting materials, TADF OLED materials, OLED inks are solicited. The new concept OLED materials, the device physics of high performance OLEDs with new organic materials are also encouraged.

2.     OLED Devices

Papers on OLED device engineering, including design, fabrication, interface adjusting andout-coupling techniques for highly efficient and long-lifetime OLEDs are solicited. OLED lightings with high power efficiency, high color rendering index and lifetime, advanced device architectures, electrodes, substrates and barrier films for flexible OLEDs, thermally activated delayed fluorescent(TADF) OLEDs, exciplex-based OLEDs, quantum-dot LEDs, perovskite LEDs,mechanism studies of charge transport, injection, generation and recombinationwhich could lead to better understanding of device physics and/or improvement of device performance. Papers that discuss smart and intelligent OLEDs as new applications are welcome.

3.     OLED Mobile Displays

Papers describing enabling OLED panel configuration, including pixels and backplanes,device architectures and performance, display and driving circuit, and sensor-integrated active-matrix devices that lead to active-matrix full-color OLED displays are particularly welcome.

4.     Flexible &Wearable OLED

Papers are solicited for flexible encapsulation technology which enhanced lifetime,flexibility, and light out-coupling efficiency of flexible OLEDs. Papers related to integration technology of flexible OLED display modules, includingIC bonding, touch panel integration, cover window films, and modules reliability improving technology are solicited.

5.     Large Area OLED Displays

Papers are sought for OLED based displays with unique attributes that include transparent OLEDs, high-resolution displays on novel active backplanes, large-area displays for TV. Papers covering materials (small molecule and polymer), devices,patterning, and unique drive schemes leading to television applications will be considered.

1.     Interactive Display

Papers are solicited on sensing or interactive components which are fundamentally associated or integrated into a display system. Examples include:

Display System with Integrated Sensing Capabilities

  o Touch/Hover/Stylus

  o Gesture Sensing

  o Force/Pressure/Strain

  o Fingerprint (Optical, Capacitive, Piezo,etc.)

  o Biometrics (Pulse/Ox, EM Signature,Temperature, etc.)

  o Sensor-in-Pixel, etc. (Optical Sensor,etc.)

  o Ambient Light Sensing

  o Bending/Flexure

  o Proximity

  o UV Exposure

Haptic Displays

Acoustic Displays (Integrated Speaker and/or Microphone Functionality)

Bi-Directional Displays

Papers should describe sensing or interactive components directly integrated on display substrates or performance related influence between the components(touch panels are not included) and display panels.

2. New Touch Sensor Technologies

Papers in this session should describe novel state-of-the-art techniques for sensing touch on a display. Topics include:

Touch Electrode Sensor Design

Substrates (Including Novel Glasses, Flexible Films)

Transparent Conductors and ITO Alternatives (Including Metal Mesh)

Patterning Methods for Touch Sensors

Integration Methods with the Display (e.g., Direct Lamination/OpticalBonding)

Studies in Touch Sensor Visibility.


1.     laser display system

Papers on the progress of the laser display technology, such as RGB Laser TV, high brightness laser projector, mini laser projector and so on are encouraged.

2.     Laser speckle measurement and removing

Papers on the principle, measuring method and measuring instrument of speckle are encouraged.  The method and evaluation of speckle reduction are also very welcome.

3.     RGB Laser andapplication

Papers on the RGB laser materials and devices, high performance laser modules and its applications are encouraged.   Including epitaxial growth, chip fabrication, packaging and testing, and other key technologies and equipment.

    4.     Optical imaging designand devices

Papers on ultra - high resolution optical lens design and high efficiency projection imaging optical design are encouraged. Including the key technologies of precision inspection and installation and calibration.

                                                   Vehicle Displays

1. Advanced technology in automotive display

Due to the special requirements of drivers, the displaysapplied in automotive area have to fulfill much higher requirements than thatused in consumer electronics field, concerning the anti-glare, easyidentification, automatic brightness adjustment, wide visual angle, andhigh contrast ratio. In addition, these displays also need to bear the strictenvironment factors, such as high dust, high humidity, strong electromagneticinterference (EMI) and wide temperature range (-40 ~ 85 ℃), etc. What’s the most critical is that the long life andhigh stability of the automotive display directly guarantee the safety of thedrivers and customers in automotive.

2. Human-MachineInterface (HMI) in automotive system

The Human-MachineInterface (HMI) in the automotive display area mainly includes informationdisplay, voice recognition and touchscreen feedback, which derived from anintegrated development in the environment recognition, programmeddecision-making and advanced driver-assistance systems. Until now, many famousautomotive companies have invested huge resources in the senior auto-series toimproving the users' operation comfort. To enhance the acceptance of differentcustomers, the multi-modal input and output user experience (UX) is still a bigissue to be solved.

3. High reliability materials applicated in automotive display

Owing to the special running environment of the automotive display, the reliability is a key role in the design of the display. The reliability includes almost all optical performance (i.e. contrast ratio, visual angle, luminance, chroma), temperature tolerance, long running stability and the life of products.The performance of all these reliability factors root from the composition ofthe display, which means that only the high reliability materials must beadopted in the production of automotive displays. Because the functions of materials used in each layer of panel are different, the reliability standard of these materials is entirely different, except for the strong heat and lightstability. Therefore, to improve and develop the high reliability materials correspondingto specific layers is a complex and necessary process, which can satisfy thehigh environment requirement of the automotive display.