IDW '18
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The 25th International Display Workshops will be held as IDW '18 for encouraging aggressive research and development of display technologies throughout the world and especially in the Asian region. IDW '18 focuses on the following 6 special topics and 1 topical session, which are extremely timely, as well as 13 active workshops. The three-day conference will feature 472 papers, including 3 keynote addresses, 124 invited presentations, 147 oral presentations, and 198 poster presentations. Following the plenary session of keynote addresses on 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 '18 should be of interest to not only researchers and engineers, but also managers of companies and institutions in the display community..

• Oxide-Semiconductor TFT
• Quantum Dot Technologies
• AR/VR and Hyper Reality
• Automotive Display
• Wide Color Gamut and Color Reproduction
• Haptics Technologies


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


Final Call for Papers PDF
1st Announcement PDF
2nd Announcement PDF
3rd Announcement PDF
Advance Program PDF
Final Program PDF


workshop site The city of Nagoya is located in the center of Honshu, the main island of Japan, and has good access to Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka and all other areas. Central Japan International Airport (Centrair) is the gateway of Central Japan to the sky, and is only about 30 minutes away from Nagoya station by rail. Nagoya is famous for the birthplace of three notable feudal lords, Oda Nobunaga, Toyotomi Hideyoshi, and Tokugawa Ieyasu, who were active figures in the 16th century. The city has a great heritage including Nagoya castle, Atsuta shrine, Tokugawaen, and so on. In Nagoya, traditional industries like ceramics and textiles, and today's key industries such as automobiles, aviation and machine tools have developed. Nagoya is a city playing an important role not only in Japan's industrial society but also its history, culture, and more. The Nagoya Congress Center, with a design motif of a swan poised for flight, is located about 6 km from Nagoya station, and is accessible from Nagoya station in about 20 minutes by subway and a further 5 minutes on foot.

More information
Nagoya Travel Guide
Nagoya Congress Center




Gold Sponsors

  • Japan Display Inc.
  • JNC Corporation

Silver Sponsors

  • Sharp Corporation
  • Sony Corporation

Bronze Sponsors

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


  • Nagoya Convention & Visitors Bureau Grant Program

(as of July 26, 2018)



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