First Call For Papers: 26th Annual Symposium on Vehicle Displays: Vehicle Displays & Interfaces 2019

Recognizing the economic potential of the Vehicle Display Industry, the Detroit Chapter of the Society for Information Display sponsors this annual technical symposium to support display development, training and manufacturing by bringing together scientists, engineers, researchers and business professionals from the display technology, photonics, vehicle systems, academic and OEM communities.

In addition to display related technology in the fields of Electronic Engineering, Physics, Applied Physics and Optics, Process and Manufacturing Engineering, Automotive Human Factors, Automotive Displays, Human Machine Interface (HMI) and other related disciplines, the symposium addresses the impact of Multi Modal Devices on the move toward an Autonomous Drive society.

Contributed papers are solicited in the following areas:

  • Automotive market
    Usage of and trends in automotive displays & interfaces and applications
    Customer acceptance and feedback on different display and interface technologies
    Regulation and trends related to in-vehicle interactions
  • Display, lighting and system tech. applicable to vehicular applications or other devices for lighting, signaling, etc.
    Display technologies and components (LCD, OLED, LEDs, MEMS, RGB Lasers, ICs, etc.)
    Optical components (illuminators, coatings, films, polarizers, lenses, prisms, etc.)
    LED, OLED or other devices for lighting, signaling, etc
  • Digital Video Systems such as Electronic Mirror or Camera Monitor Systems
  • Human machine interface (HMI) and system solutions to improve driver performance and user experience
    Display system legibility, visual performance, driver distraction, etc.
    Touch screen, haptic and acoustic technologies to improve user’s response
    Driver/User interfaces (devices, human factors, etc.)
    HMI tools and methods (software development) and metrology for MM (Multi Modal) HMI
    Head-up displays, augmented reality, night vision systems and components
    Driver-assist features (Navigation, ADAS, collision warning, etc.) toward Autonomous Drive
    Infotainment and projection displays
    Tools and techniques for measuring HMI efficacy
  • Application issues with vehicular display systems, lighting, touch and HMI
    Optical, mechanical, electrical, and thermal performance
    Modeling and simulation
    Metrology and testing
    Electrical interfaces (ICs, connectors, power management, video communication, etc.)
  • Advanced technologies for displays, touchscreens, sensors and processors.
    Sunlight readable, curved, flexible, low-power, ultra-high contrast displays and touch technologies
    Flexible and color E-Paper technologies (low power, sunlight readable)
    Metal oxides and organic semiconductors-based flexible electronics
    Nano-materials and nanotechnology
    Touch input devices
    Photovoltaic devices
    Electronic mirrors
  • A limited number of student travel grants will be awarded to student speakers (must be requested when submitting the abstract)
  • A Best Paper Award will be based on the best submitted Digest Paper
    All interested authors are invited to submit abstracts for presentations, particularly in the areas noted above. The deadline for abstracts is June 7, 2019. Authors will be notified late June, 2019. Authors of accepted papers are expected to submit a complete paper for inclusion in the Conference Digest that will be distributed to all attendees at the Symposium. The deadline for receipt of papers is August 16, 2019. Authors are expected to present at the symposium.