Paper Submission

Call for Papers

1st Circular First Call for Paper Final Call for Paper

The IMID 2021 Organizing Committee cordially invites you to submit papers for oral and poster presentations. All papers will be reviewed by the Technical Program Committee and assigned to the appropriate session for oral and poster presentations.

IMID 2021 Topics
IMID 2021 Topics
02. Special Session II: AI & Computational Technologies for Display 03. Special Session III: Display with Free Form Factors
04. Special Session IV: High Resolution Display 05. Active-Matrix Devices
06. Applied Vision/Human Factors 07. AR/VR/MR and 3D Display Optics
08. Display Electronics and Systems 09. Display Manufacturing and Processes
10. Emerging Materials and Devices for Display Technology 11. Intelligent System for Interactive Display
12. Lighting Materials and Applications 13. Medical/Bio-integrated Devices and Display
14. Micro-LEDs 15. LC Technologies and Electro-Optic Materials
16. OLED Frontplanes 17. Quantum Dots
  • 02
    Special Session II: AI & Computational Technologies for Display
    All aspects of AI computational technology for display design/manufacturing/measurement; human vision perception; numerical algorithm; OLED device simulation; Prediction of material/electrical/optical/mechanical properties of display; Enhancement of image quality.
  • 03
    Special Session III: Display with Free Form Factors
    Flexible, foldable, rollable, and stretchable display technologies, including deformable display materials (substrates, transparent conductors, TFTs, barrier layers); novel processes and manufacturing methods (printing, novel deposition techniques, R2R, lift-off); electro-optical effects; driving techniques and designs for deformable electronic devices; and device performance and reliability for all deformable display technologies.
  • 04
    Special Session IV: High Resolution Display
    Materials, Manufacturing processes and devices for High-Pixel-Density Displays, Image Quality, and Processing for High-Pixel-Density Displays; Human Factors and Visual Experiences for High-Resolution Displays (LCD, OLED, Micro-LED, Quantum dot, other emerging display type; for Mobile, Mid-size, Large-area, HUD, AR/VR/MR), Pixel Structures, Optics, and Driving Techniques, System Integration, Reliability, and Cost-Reduction Efforts, Content Generation, and Processing for High-Pixel-Density Displays.
  • 05
    Active-Matrix Devices
    Micro & nano-crystal silicon, oxide, oxynitride, metal halide, organic, and carbon nanomaterials based TFTs; quantum dot, perovskite, chalcogenides, 2D layered materials, and other emerging semiconducting materials and gate dielectric materials for TFTs; solution processed & printed TFTs; new structures/processes and novel application of TFTs; active-matrix devices for LCD, OLED, LED, QLED, and micro displays; novel and high performance active-matrix devices and system-on-panel (SOP); backplane technologies for emerging displays.
  • 06
    Applied Vision/Human Factors
    Measurement methods based on both human vision and physical properties; autostereoscopic, AR, and VR form factors, etc; effective use of a display capability to create a more immersive and compelling experience; approaches to take advantage of limitations of the visual system to process or transmit display data more efficiently; novel methods of user interaction and HMI with display systems.
  • 07
    AR/VR/MR and 3D Display Optics
    Display technologies for AR/VR/MR systems; spatial tracking, localization, mapping, and navigation techniques; end-to-end system integration and latencies; inputs, interfaces, and interactions; human factors and user experience considerations; mapping and rendering of virtual objects onto the physical world; object, human, and scene capture; reconstruction, recognition, and understanding; biometrics and user authentication; AR/VR/MR applications.

    3D and realistic display systems including stereoscopic, autostereoscopic, multi-view, super-multi-view, volumetric, holographic, aerial, hyper-realistic displays; 3D contents generation including 3D image capture and 2D-3D contents conversion; user-interaction with 3D displays; 3D image formats and standards; 3D image compressions; measurement and performance evaluation for 3D Displays; techniques for realistic and immersive experience; human factors; optical technologies for various display systems and devices including LCD and OLED.
  • 08
    Display Electronics and Systems
    Advanced algorithms for display driving technology such as AI; display system and peripheral designs; touch interface electronics; TFT circuits (driving methods and circuits for display devices and systems); driver ICs; image signal processors; display interface technologies; driving electronics of touch panels; image quality enhancement methodologies and systems; neuromorphic systems; all novel integrations of displays into specialized devices as well as system-level aspects of electronic displays.
  • 09
    Display Manufacturing and Processes
    Thin and thick film deposition, lithography, etching, cleaning, printing, coating and various plasma technologies; process & equipment technologies for new and emerging displays including flexible & wearable applications; manufacturing issues of breakthroughs in the displays such as performance, cost reduction, high throughput and flexibility; material issues in display process, including synthesis or deposition of emerging materials; process & equipment technology for display circuits and interfaces; process & equipment for printed electronics including display and sensors fabrication.
  • 10
    Emerging Materials and Devices for Display Technology
    Emerging display materials and device architectures such as 2-dimensional (2D) materials, organic/inorganic perovskite materials, perovskite quantum dot, graphene quantum dot, 2D layered material quantum dot, light-emitting devices, and metamaterials/metasurfaces made thereof. Transparent conducting electrode materials for display (Silver nanowire, metal mesh, graphene, conducting polymers, etc). Display elements or systems tailored to wearable and human-interfacial applications. Biomedical applications such as phototherapies or photo-biomodulation; electronic shelf labels or signages; automotive or aviation display applications; medical-grade high-contrast/high-definition displays, and/or interactive display applications.
  • 11
    Intelligent System for Interactive Display
    Camera under Display for Photo/Video Capture and Fingerprint Sensing; Sensor-in-Pixel (SIP) Techniques, Including Optical and Force Sensors, Touch and UI/UX sensor components; integration technology; touch gesture & motion controls; interactive in feedback actuators; next-generation tactile sensors and actuators; soft haptics for interactive display; soft actuators and applications; human-interactive sensors. other sensor technologies.
  • 12
    Lighting Materials and Applications
    New development of lighting materials including hybrid lighting technologies; solid-state lighting and LED/OLED, back-light units (BLUs); phosphors, quantum dots and other color-conversion techniques for lighting applications; light extraction optics; heat dissipation, standardization and certification; photometry, driver IC, novel lighting convergence technologies for ocean/agricultural/medical/IT/bio/smart/automotive applications.
  • 13
    Medical/Bio-integrated Devices and Display
    Deformable or wearable devices and display; biointegrated or bioinspired optoelectronics; implantable medical devices with display; digital healthcare devices and robotics; skin-like display; biocompatible or biomimetic materials; bio-device interface; 3D optoelectronic scaffolds; integration processing strategies to address the profound mismatch between biology and optoelectronics; biomimetic functionalities such as bioresorption, self-healing, multifunctional responsiveness, breathability, and recyclability.
  • 14
    Advances in LED-based displays; epitaxial and chip processes for micro-LED pixels; the materials and manufacturing process technologies for transfer printing and bonding; phosphor and quantum dot materials for color conversion; frontplane modules; active and passive driving methods for backplanes; flexible and miniaturization technologies; flexible patterns and micro-LEDs in stretchable applications; and active device integration for bio-medical and automotive applications.
  • 15
    LC Technologies and Electro-Optic Materials
    High image quality/resolution/dynamic range LCDs; QD-enhanced LCDs; automotive LCD applications; LC for AR/VR and 3D displays; molecular design/synthesis/new LC materials; LC alignment and characterization; LC elastomers and stimuli-responsive materials; LC for EL/PL components; LC for conformable displays; smart window applications; optical design and simulations; optical films for displays; foldable/stretchable films; LC photonic crystals and lasers; LC semiconductors; LC-based sensor; LC lens; up/down conversion LC materials; LC materials for GHz/THz wave modulation; nano-patterning LC template.
  • 16
    OLED Frontplanes
    OLED materials; device physics and characterization for high-performance OLEDs; enhancement of out-coupling efficiency; improvement of optical properties of OLEDs; device stability and degradation analysis; organic and inorganic interfaces in OLEDs; OLED electrodes; OLED manufacturing; OLED patterning process; solution-processed OLEDs; white OLEDs for displays; encapsulation materials and processes; environmental reliability; novel applications.
  • 17
    Quantum Dots
    Synthesis and characterization of quantum dots; optical and electrical properties of quantum dot materials; quantum dot-based photo-/electro-luminescence devices; quantum dot-based energy conversion devices and systems; various optical and electrical applications using quantum dots.