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Journal of the Society
for Information Display

SID's monthly journal, JSID, publishes original works dealing with the theory and practice of electronic information displays. Coverage includes the underlying chemistry, physics, electronic engineering, device design, and modeling; physiology and psychology; measurement techniques; as well as all aspects of the interaction between equipment and its users. In addition to full length papers, reviews, overviews, letters, and book reviews are also included.

Active-Matrix Devices and Displays

Applied Vision and Human factors

Backlighting and Solid State Lighting Technologies

Display Electronics

Display Manufacturing Technologies

Display Measurements

Display Systems; Optical and Electronic

Electronic Paper and Flexible Displays

Liquid Crystal and other Non-emissive Displays

Organic Light Emitting Devices and Displays

Plasma and other Emissive Displays

Projection Displays and Systems

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2021: Etienne Quesnel for “Dimensioning a full color LED microdisplay for augmented reality headset in a very bright environment”

2020: Jianghao Xiongfor Wide‐view augmented reality display with diffractive cholesteric liquid crystal lens array


2019: Fangwang Gou for High performance color‐converted micro‐LED displays


2018: Chan Il Park for World’s first large size 77-inch transparent flexible OLED display


2017: Dr. François Templier for GaN-based emissive microdisplays: A very promising technology for compact, ultra-high brightness display system


2016: Jae Sung Park of Visual Display Division, Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd for Human visual perception-based localized backlight scaling method for high dynamic range LCDs


2015: Jyrki Kimmel of Nokia Technologies for Optical performance characterization of flexible mobile displays


2014: Shohei Katsuta,Emi Yamamoto, Yasushi Asaoka, Toru Kanno, Hideomi Yui, Yusuke Tsuda, Katsumi Kondo and Tsuyoshi Maeda of Sharp Corp for Optical design and roll-to-roll fabrication process of microstructure film for wide viewing LCDs


2013: Jong-Man Kim, Youngmin Cho, Jonghin Kim, Seung-Hyuck Lee, Kwangjoon Kim, Seung-Woo Lee of Kyung Hee University for Precise Prediction of Optical Responses of All Types of Liquid-Crystal Displays by Behavioral Models


2012: John F. Wager, Ken Hoshino, Eric S. Sundholm, Rick E. Presley, Ram Ravichandran, Christopher C. Knutson, Douglas A. Keszler, Randy L. Hoffman, Devin A. Mourey, John Robertson, for A framework for assessing amorphous oxide semiconductor thin-film transistor passivation


2011: Toshiaki Arai, Narihiro Morosawa,Kazuhiko Tokunaga, Yasuhiro Terai, Eri Fukumoto, Takashige Fujimori and Tatsuya Sasaoka, for Highly reliable oxide-semiconductor TFT for AMOLED displays


2010:Te-Yu Lee, Chrong Jung Lin andYa-Chin King, for High-uniformity 2T1C AMOLED panels by a built-in trimming method


Generously sponsored by LG Display

2021: Peian Li, for Monolithic full-color microdisplay using patterned quantum dot photoresist on dual-wavelength LED epilayers 

2020: Mr.Shuxin Liu for Multiplane displays based on liquid crystals for AR applications


2019: Mr.Tao Zhan and Mr.Yun-Han Lee for High‐efficiency switchable optical elements for advanced head‐up displays


2018: Mr.Yun-Han Lee and Mr.Guanjun Tan for Compact see-through near-eye display with depth adaption


2017: Mr. Hao Chen for Quantum dot light emitting devices for photomedical applications


2017: Ms. Juan He for Quantum dot light emitting devices for photomedical applications


2016: Ruidong Zhu of College of Optics and Photonics, University of Central Florida forHigh-ambient-contrast augmented reality with a tunable transmittance liquid crystal film and a functional reflective polarizer


2015: Simone Hoeckh, Annette Frederiksen, Sylvain Renault, Klaus Hopf, Michael Gilowski, Martin Schell for Exploring crosstalk perception for stereoscopic 3D head-up displays in a crosstalk Simulator


2014: Jing Wang,Saijun Huang,Chaoping Cheng, Yikai Su, Zhicheng Ye, Jiangang Lu, Gufeng He, Xindong Shi, Xinkai Wu and Jun Liu of Shanghai Jiao Tong University for High-efficiency organic light-emitting diodes based on the gradient doping and nonlinear cross-fading doping in transporting layers


2013: Ayako Tsuboi, Kazuki Nakamura, Norihisa Kobayashi of Chiba University for the paper Chromatic Characterization of a Novel Multicolor Reflective Display with Electrochemically Size-Controlled Silver Nanoparticles


2012: Maarten Rockelé, Duy-Yu Pham, Jürgen Steiger, Silviu Botnaras, Dennis Weber, Jan Vanfleteren, Tom Sterken, Dieter Cuypers, Soeren Steudel, Kris Myny, Sarah Schols, Bas van der Putten, Jan Genoe, and Paul Heremans, for the paper Solution-processed and low-temperature metal oxide n-channel thin-film transistors and low-voltage complementary circuitry on large-area flexible polyimide foil


2011: Rafael S. Zola, Young-Cheol Yang, and Deng-Ke Yang, from the Liquid Crystal Institute and the Chemical Physics Interdisciplinary Program at Kent State University, for the paper Limonene as a chiral dopant for liquid crystals: Characterization and potential applications.


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