IDW '19
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IDW consists of workshops technically categorized into specialized fields playing important roles in information display technologies. This year 3DSA (co-hosted by the international conference on Three Dimensional Systems and Applications) will be held as a topical session. Each workshop organizes its own sessions which consist of oral presentations by invited/contributing speakers and poster presentations where detailed and fruitful discussions on each specialized R&D update are provided.

Four keynote and invited addresses in the plenary session will bring to you the hottest display trends, such as micro-LED, artificial intelligence and brand-new displays for automobiles, and uncharted potential of future upcoming displays. The three-day conference will feature 132 invited presentations, 145 oral presentations, and 211 poster presentations. Following the plenary session on the Wednesday morning, presentations will begin and continue in eight parallel oral sessions through Friday. Poster sessions, author interviews and demonstrations (I-DEMO) will enable participants to discuss topics in detail. Exhibits by universities and display industry-related businesses will also be featured from Wednesday to Friday.

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

 

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Final Program
incl. general infomation, program highlights, timetable, etc.
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Online Program Detail
Registration Detail
Keynote Exhibition: Automotive Cockpit HMI Concept Detail
Special Event: Sensory Illusion Detail
I-DEMO (Innovative Demonstration Session) Detail
Call For Papers PDF
4th Announcement PDF

 

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The city of Sapporo in Hokkaido is the northernmost city designated by government ordinance in Japan with a population of about 2 million. The word “Sapporo” is originated from the Ainu (indigenous people of Japan) language. Sapporo is known for the functional grid of streets and avenues as a city modeled after Kyoto. Dishes using local Hokkaido produce and seafood also rank among the charms of Sapporo. Visitors can enjoy delicious food that includes fresh seafood, a wide range of fruits, and fancy confectionery.

Access: JR Sapporo station is located about 45km from New Chitose Airport and it takes about 40 minutes by “Rapid Airport Train” from New Chitose Airport. Sapporo Convention Center is located about 3km from JR Sapporo station and about 8 minutes on foot from “Higashi-Sapporo” station (about 10 minutes by subway from Sapporo subway station).

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Sapporo Convention Center
Sapporo City
JR Hokkaido (Hokkaido Railway Company)

Sapporo

 

Gold Sponsor

  • Japan Display Inc.
  • JNC Corporation

Silver Sponsor

  • JAPAN BROADCASTING CORPORATION
  • NICHIA CORPORATION
  • Sharp Corporation
  • Sony Corporation

Bronze Sponsor

  • Applied Materials, Inc.
  • EIZO Corporation
  • Merck Performance Materials Ltd.
  • Tianma Japan, Ltd.
  • TOKYO ELECTRON LIMITED
  • ULVAC, Inc.
  • Zeon Corporation

(as of July 26, 2019)

 

 

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