Format of Presentation
Accepted papers will be assigned for either oral or poster presentation in the most suitable topics among the IDW Special Topics of Interest / Topical Session / Scopes, at the discretion of the program committee.
(1) Oral presentations
• Oral presentations will usually conform to the 20-minute format including a question and answer period. The program committee will determine the duration of each presentation.
• Oral presenters are strongly urged to attend the Author Interviews after the presentation (a table and AC 100 V power will be made available).
(2) Poster presentations
• Poster presentations will conform to the less than 3-hour format and will be given in front of an individual poster on a board.
• A small table and power supply of 100 V 50 Hz are available, with which authors can demonstrate small prototype devices or materials.
• "Short Presentation Sessions" will be held for a part of the poster sessions to introduce the posters and the presenters. The poster presenters in the sessions can give a brief (typically 3-minute) oral-presentation with no discussion time.
(3) Innovative Demonstration Session (I-DEMO)
I-DEMO offers an opportunity to present impressive and innovative display experiences to all par- ticipants aimed at deeper discussion. All oral and poster presenters can apply for the demo. We highly encourage a wide variety of demonstrations from leading edge hardware to interactive systems.
The author will be notified of the results of their Technical Summary review via e-mail. Upon acceptance of the paper based on the Technical Summary, the authors must prepare a camera-ready manuscript to be published in the conference proceedings. The author must use the manuscript template, which will soon be available on the conference website. Acceptance is subject to the following conditions:
(1) Registration of the presenter’s participation in IDW ’19 is required before the camera-ready submission.
(2) Each presentation requires a registration fee. Payment of registration fees must be completed by the camera-ready submission.
(3) Contact the IDW secretariat if you will give multiple presentations for more than one paper.
(4) All company or government releases must be obtained.
(5) The author must be the copyright holder or have written permission from the copyright holder for any materials used in the paper.
(6) The camera-ready manuscript submitted to the conference proceedings must not be published in any media, including personal websites on the Internet, before it is presented at the conference.
(7) One of the authors must give a presentation at the conference. For the poster session, at least one of the authors must stand by their posters during their session.
(8) Note that the acceptance may be withdrawn in the case of inferior camera-ready manuscripts.
(9) The camera-ready manuscript must be three or four pages in length and in a two-column format.
A limited number of late-news papers on very important new findings or developments can be accepted. Authors are requested to submit a 2-4 page camera-ready manuscript on A4-sized paper accompanied by an abstract. Follow the submission instructions given on the website.
The copyrights of your submitted camera-ready manuscript will be transferred to ITE and SID. See the copyright terms and conditions.
A limited number of travel grants will be available to full-time student presenters attending from outside Japan. Those who wish to apply for the student travel grant, please tick the box for the student travel grant on the online application.