Requirements to oral presentations
Duration of plenary lectures - 30 minutes
Duration of invited lectures - 25 minutes
Duration of oral speech - 20 minutes
When delivering a presentation, speakers can demonstrate their slides in PPT or PDF formats. Presentations will be displayed on the projection screens in the break-out session halls. Aspect ratio is 16:9.
Speakers should adhere to the time allotted for a presentation as per the approved programme, including answers to questions and debates with the audience. Duration of a presentation can be changed in agreement with a representative of the section.
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September 16, 2019
Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics (6, P. Brovki Str., room 229)
Tutorial for young researchers on display technologies
8:30-9.30 | Registration of attendees
9:30 | Opening ceremony
9:45 | "To-date display technologies: current status and trends"
Victor Belyaev (Moscow Region State University, Russia)
10:30 | "Trends in LCD technology"
Hoi-Sing Kwok (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong)
11:15-11:35 | Coffee break
11:35 | "Gallium nitride micro-LEDs: a novel, multi-mode, high-brightness and fast response display technology"
Martin D. Dawson (University of Strathclyde, UK)
12:20 | "Liquid crystal applications in displays and photonics: new trends"
Vladimir Chigrinov (Foshan University, China)
13:05-15:00 | Lunch Break
15:00 | "Fundamentals of QDs and their application to displays"
Xiao Wei Sun (Southern University of Science and Technology, China)
15:45-16.00 | Coffee Break
16:00 | "Advanced methods for optical display evaluation"
Karlheinz Blankenbach (Pforzheim University, Germany)
16:45 | "Reflective electrophoretic displays: a dramatically different technology and application space from LCDs and OLEDs"
Michael D. McCreary (E Ink Corporation, USA)
September 16, 2019
20, Pobediteley Avenue, Minsk
Minsk Marriott Hotel
18:00-21.00 | Registration and welcome reception