The Moscone Center
San Francisco, California, United States
1 - 6 February 2020
Conference OE128
Advances in Display Technologies X
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Abstract Due:
24 July 2019

Author Notification:
30 September 2019

Manuscript Due Date:
8 January 2020

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In all market segments and applications, expectations for display performance have grown at a rapid pace, driving not only the accelerated development of diverse display technologies but also supporting control algorithms and image-processing methodology. Display technologies have evolved to support a wide range of applications. The diversity in display technologies with enormous difference in operating principles, imaging qualities and functions presents both opportunities and challenges for application-specific displays development. Although some advancements in display performance focus on the applications, there are general trends toward improved spatial and temporal resolution, higher dynamic range, wide color gamut, and augmented and virtual reality.

Join us at the 2020 Advances in Display Technologies X (ADTX) conference. This conference will provide a forum for presentations on advances in display technologies, featuring plenary sessions, parallel topical sessions, poster sessions, and an industrial exhibition. Papers are solicited but not limited to the following areas:
  • VR/AR (virtual and augmented reality) displays
  • HUD (head-up display), NTE (near-to-eye) and wearable displays
  • laser displays, speckle issues, and screen technology
  • 3D, 2D/3D convertible displays
  • holographic and light-field displays
  • OLED and OLET displays
  • micro LED materials and displays
  • quantum-dot displays (QDDs)
  • SLM, LCOS, and MEMS for displays
  • projection displays
  • electrophoretic (EPD) and photophoretic (PPD) displays
  • electrowetting displays
  • oxide TFTs
  • touch and interactive displays
  • flexible displays
  • transparent displays
  • high-resolution (8K) displays
  • graphene, CNT, and nanotechnologies in displays
  • electronics and optics for displays and display systems
  • energy-efficient technologies for displays
  • display metrology, human factors, and image quality
  • display manufacturing and equipment
  • other novel and emerging display technologies.
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