Displays

  in Journal   Posted on August 27, 2017

Journal Ranking & Metrics

JCR Impact Factor: 1.526
SJR : 0.444
Scopus H-index : 47
Guide2Research Overall Ranking: 375

Journal Information

ISSN: 0141-9382
Publisher :
Periodicity : Bimonthly
Journal & Submission Website: https://www.journals.elsevier.com/displays

Aims & Scope of the Journal

Displays is the international journal covering the research and development of display technology, its effective presentation and perception of information, and applications and systems including display-human interface.
Technical papers on practical developments in Displays technology provide an effective channel to promote greater understanding and cross-fertilization across the diverse disciplines of the Displays community. Original research papers solving ergonomics issues at the display-human interface advance effective presentation of information. Tutorial papers covering fundamentals intended for display technologies and human factor engineers new to the field will also occasionally featured.

Coverage includes:
Technology: display devices including emissive displays; such as OLEDs/ELs and PDPs, and non-emissive displays; such as LCDs and electro-phoretic/chromic displays, projection displays/tiled screens, new display technologies and applications to the flexible displays and E-papers, materials/components and drive-electronics for displays, displays for extreme environments, 3-D displays and virtual environment, auditory and tactile displays.

Display-human systems:
examples include TV/smart TVs and mobile instruments, display electronics, image/signal processing, color coding and reproduction, display-human interface, user interfaces for multimedia systems, graphical user interface design, image/graphic design guidelines and standards, extreme environments.

Human Factors: perception and its cortical representation; universal access, extreme environments, measurements and assessments of visual performance, image quality, and color appearance/reproduction, human factors for virtual environment.

Index bound in last issue of calendar year.

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