IDW/AD '16
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The 23rd International Display Workshops in conjunction with Asia Display 2016 will be held as IDW/AD ’16 for encouraging aggressive research and development of display technologies throughout the world and especially in the Asian region. IDW/AD ’16 focuses on the following five special topics and one topical session, which are extremely timely, as well as fourteen active workshops.

The three-day conference will feature 505 papers, including 3 keynote addresses, 103 invited presentations, 159 oral presentations, and 240 poster presentations. Following plenary session of keynote addresses in the Wednesday morning, presentations will begin and continue in 8 parallel oral sessions through Friday. Poster sessions, author interviews and demonstrations will enable participants to discuss topics in detail. Exhibits by universities and display industry-related businesses will also be featured from Wednesday to Friday in parallel with workshops. IDW/ AD ’16 should be of interest to not only researchers and engineers, but also managers of companies and institutions in the display community.


Sponsored by
The Institute of Image Information and Television Engineers
The Society for Information Display


Final Program PDF
Timetable HTML   PDF
Registration and Hotel Information Detail
Innovative Demonstration Session (I-DEMO) Detail
Bus information to conference site from Hakata station PDF
Instruction for Accepted Authors
Call for Papers PDF
2nd Announcement PDF
1st Announcement PDF


workshop site The city of Fukuoka is located in the northern part of Kyushu Island, and is very conveniently located with excellent access not only from within Japan but also from abroad. Fukuoka Airport is about an hour’s flight from Kansai International Airport and about 2 hours from Narita International Airport. From the Airport, the central station of Fukuoka, the JR Hakata Station, is only 5 minutes by subway. One can also reach Hakata in 5 hours from Tokyo by Shinkansen (bullet train). One of the city’s greatest appeals is its compactness, which allows transportation from Fukuoka airport to the downtown area only within 10 minutes and to major tourist spots in 20 to 30 minutes. Fukuoka is Western Japan’s most active city in business, culture, and industry. It has been one of the country’s major gateways for Asian continental cultures since olden times. The Fukuoka International Congress Center is located only 1.5 km from the center of Fukuoka city, Tenjin, and only about 2.5 km from JR Hakata station. This is an excellent advantage for the itineraries of conference-goers at the end of the day. Ferries and jetfoils at the adjacent international terminal of Hakata port run routes to Pusan, Korea.

Fukuoka Convention & Visitors Bureau
Fukuoka International Congress Center



General Chair: Mutsumi Kimura (Ryukoku Univ.)
Executive Chair:Munekazu Date (NTT)
Program Chair: Reiji Hattori (Kyushu Univ.)


Oversea Advisors

Brian H. Berkeley (Highlight Display, USA)
Janglin Chen (ITRI, Taiwan)
Norbert Fruehauf (Univ. of Stuttgart, Germany)
Amal Ghosh (eMagin, USA)
Min-Koo Han (Seoul Nat. Univ., Korea)
Jin Jang (Kyung Hee Univ., Korea)
Yong-Seog Kim (Hongik Univ., Korea)
Hoi-Sing Kwok (Hong Kong Univ. of S&T, Hong Kong)
Chung-Chun Lee (BOE Tech. Group, China)
Kalluri R. Sarma (Honeywell Int., USA)
Han-Ping D. Shieh (Nat. Chiao Tung Univ., Taiwan)
Dietmar Theis (Tech. Univ. Munich, Germany)
Baoping Wang (Southeast Univ., China)
Larry F. Weber (Consultant, USA)





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