Debut Annual I-Zone at ICDT 2018

Calling All Cutting-Edge Display-Related Technologies

ICDT is proudly announcing the debut event of annual I-Zone at the upcoming ICDT 2018. A forum will be provided for live demonstrations of emerging technologiesin display-related areas. The exhibit is a sister event of the I-Zone at annual SID Display Week sponsored by the Society of Information Display. The I-Zone at ICDT 2018 will showcase the cutting-edge demos and prototypes that will lead tothe products of tomorrow in the display-related areas.

The I-Zone offers start-up companies (Group A) and university/government laboratories (Group B) spaces and opportunities to present their prototypes or other hardware demo units or engineering samples for three days free of charge, and gives attendees a chance to view best-in-class emerging display-related technologies in a dedicated area. The organization committeeis actively encouraging participation by small companies, start ups,universities, government labs, and independent research labs.

Proposals to demonstrate new displays, input/interactive technologies, and innovations in related fields such as sensing, lighting and imaging are now being solicited.Technologies should be in the pre-product stage, and demos that will be shown for the first time in a public forum at I-Zone are especially encouraged.

The I-Zone Selection Committee will evaluate submissions and select the strongest proposals to receive free space within the I-Zone. If their proposal is accepted, applicants must cover their own expenses, including travel, lodging, and the creation of a table-top exhibit demonstrating their prototypes. In addition, a knowledgeable person must be in presence, while the I-Zone is opento all attendees, to run the demonstration and answer questions.

The deadline for applying to the 2018 I-Zone at ICDT is March 16, 2018.

Before submitting your application, please make sure that:

  Your demo or technology represents anovel advancement.

  Your demo or technology is not on themarket.

Your proposal should include:

  A 100-word abstract describing yourproject, its innovation, and problem it is designed to solve or capability it will offer.

  A one-page summary describing in more detail the novelty and potential application for your product.

  Any relevant photographs, videos (nolonger than 3 minutes), or diagrams.

For submission and any questions related to the I-Zone, please email: wangkai23@mail.sysu.edu.cn.