LOS ANGELES, Sept. 30, 2010 — The Society for Information Display (SID) encourages the submission of original papers on all aspects of research, engineering, applications, evaluation and use of electronic information displays for Display Week 2011, which will be held May 15 to 20 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. The symposium will feature topical sessions that focus on selected issues or key developments. Paper submissions are welcome for any of the general symposium topics or for any of the special topical sessions listed below.
The society plans to include coverage of display applications, especially the emerging fields of 3-D and touch. Papers are solicited in all aspects of motion-image technology, including device technology (PDP (plasma display panels), LCD, OLED, projector, etc.) and related systems technology. Papers also are solicited in the area of technology development that enables lower power consumption and higher-performance display devices for battery-powered applications, including mobile phones, PDAs (personal digital assistants) and e-books.
Emphasis again will be placed on four special topics of interest that address the rapid growth of information display in the following areas: 3-D, solid-state lighting, green technologies, and, new for SID 2011, military applications of displays.
Paper submissions relating to the following topics are highly encouraged:
- 3-D — Display technologies enabling depth perception for viewers, applications for 3-D displays, and measurement and characterization of 3-D systems and their human factors.
- Solid-State Lighting — Advancements in the LED and OLED industries, which are opening up new opportunities to increase the perception of reality.
- Green Technologies — Reducing energy and materials consumption, reducing waste and emissions, and reducing the use of materials that are harmful to the environment
- Military Applications of Displays — Displays used in military systems have been a driving force to advance high-performance display technologies. Papers on all aspects of military applications are sought.
The final call for papers (abstract submissions) is Dec. 1, 2010.
For more information, visit: www.sid2011.org