Symposium: J01—Luminescence and displays materials: fundamental and applications
Extended abstract deadline:
April 21, 2023
Symposium focus: This symposium focuses on both theoretical and experimental advanced and up-to-date research related to luminescence and display materials. The needs and prospects of the novel and emerging research and technologies are discussed and presented. An in-depth understanding of the physics behind luminescence processes and methods to design new materials of expected properties is at the core of the presentations and discussions. A 90-minute “roundtable” discussion is devoted to the subject of what luminescence research can and should offer society.
More than 10 well-known experts from academia, industry, and national laboratories are invited to share their research results. Additional invited talks may be selected from among the submitted abstracts.
Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):
- Theoretical and computational modeling;
- Basic physical properties of luminescent materials;
- LED and laser phosphors for solid state lighting;
- Quantum dots for emissive displays;
- Up-conversion nanophosphors for biological applications;
- Mechanoluminescent phosphors and sensing technologies;
- Persistent phosphors;
- X-ray and scintillator phosphors;
- Other emerging luminescent materials and applications.
For more information, please consult the Call for Papers.