Announcing a Special Issue of the
IEEE/OSA Journal of Display Technology in Association with the 29th IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics (ICCE 2011)
Display Technologies for Consumer Electronics
Submissions are invited of 2-page extended abstracts for presentation at ICCE 2011, to be followed by full manuscripts and subsequent publication in a special issue of the Journal of Display Technology (JDT). Submissions are open on any topic which is relevant to modern Consumer Electronic (CE) devices, systems or services but the focus should be on the display technology and its relevance or significance for CE. Topics for which submissions are particularly welcome include 3D and immersive display technology; low power and energy efficient displays; eBook and micro-projector displays; improvements in current display technologies; novel and emerging technologies which are relevant for next-generation CE products.
Extended abstracts – 2 pages in IEEE format - may be submitted up to the 31 July deadline for presentation in a number of special sessions at ICCE 2011 to be held immediately after Jan CES in Las Vegas. ICCE is where key technologies, services, devices and architectures for consumer entertainment and information delivery are first presented. Full papers based on accepted abstracts - up to 12 pages IEEE format - may also be submitted by mid-January and will be considered for publication in a special issue of the JDT later in 2011. Guest Editors for this issue are Dr. Atul Batra of Marvell Semiconductors Inc., Prof. Uwe E. Kraus of the University of Wuppertal and Dr. Peter Corcoran of the National University of Ireland, Galway. Associate Guest Editors are Dr. Wang-He Lou of Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America and William Rowe of WA Rowe Consultancy.
All submissions will be reviewed in accordance with the normal procedures of the Journal and ICCE 2011. Two page conference digest papers will be published in the Proceedings of ICCE 2011 and full manuscripts should be submitted by 15 January 2011. Manuscripts which are not submitted to ICCE may be considered for publication in this special issue, but preference will be given to manuscripts which are initially presented at the conference.
The IEEE Copyright Form should be submitted after acceptance. For ICCE digest papers details can be found on http://www.icce.org. For full manuscripts the form will appear online in the Author Center in Manuscript Central after an acceptance decision has been rendered.
For all papers published in JDT, there are voluntary page charges of $110.00 per page for each page up to eight pages. Invited papers can be twelve pages in length before overlength page charges of $220.00 per page are levied. The length of each paper is estimated when it is received. Authors of papers that appear to be overlength are notified and given the option to shorten the paper. Authors may opt to have figures displayed in color on IEEE Xplore at no extra cost, even if they are printed in black and white in the hardcopy edition. Additional charges will apply if figures appear in color in the hardcopy edition of the Journal.
Extended abstracts should first be submitted to http://www.icce.org by 31 July 2010. Following acceptance full manuscripts should be submitted electronically through IEEE's Manuscript Central: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/jdt-ieee. Be sure to select "2011 Display Technologies for Consumer Electronics" as the Manuscript Type, rather than "Original Paper." This will ensure that your paper is directed to the special issue editors. IEEE Tools for Authors are available online at: http://www.ieee.org/organizations/pubs/transactions/information.htm
Inquiries can be directed to Lisa Jess, Publications Administrative Assistant, IEEE Photonics Society Editorial Office, firstname.lastname@example.org (phone +1-732-465-6617; fax +1 732 981 1138).