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Journal of Information Display: Instructions for Authors

The instructions below are specifically directed at authors that wish to submit a manuscript to Journal of Information Display. For general information, please visit the Author Services section of our website.
 
Journal of Information Display considers all manuscripts on the strict condition that they have been submitted only to Journal of Information Display, that they have not been published already, nor are they under consideration for publication or in press elsewhere. Authors who fail to adhere to this condition will be charged with all costs which Journal of Information Display incurs and their papers will not be published. 
   
Contributions to Journal of Information Display must report original research and will be subjected to review by referees at the discretion of the Editorial Office. 
 
  
Aims and Scope
The areas for publication in Journal of Information Display cover active matrix displays, plasma display panels, liquid crystal technologies and other non-emissive displays, electroluminescent displays, field emission displays, large area displays, display materials and components, display measurement & manufacturing equipments, display applications, and applied vision/ human factors/ 3D displays.
 
 
Manuscript preparation
 
1. General guidelines
  • Papers are accepted only in English. American English spelling and punctuation is preferred. Authors are expected to follow generally accepted rules of grammar and punctuation. Abbreviations may be used, but they must be defined the first time they are used. Terminology must be used consistently. Either a formula or a chemical name can be used for a substance, but it should be used throughout the paper.
  • A typical article will not exceed 6 pages (assuming 900 words/page, with a figure consuming 200 words and a displayed equation of 40 words). Papers that greatly exceed this will be critically reviewed with respect to length. Authors should include a word count with their manuscript.
  • Manuscripts should be compiled in the following order: title page; abstract; keywords; main text; acknowledgments; appendixes (as appropriate); references; table(s) with caption(s) (on individual pages); figure caption(s) (as a list). 
  • All manuscripts must be in double-spaced format, including the abstract, references, and figure captions.
  • The title should be both brief and descriptive. Introductory words, such as “On,” “Observations on,” “Some,” and “Study of” are to be avoided.
  • Abstracts not exceeding 200 words are required for all papers submitted. The abstract should be informative, presenting a condensed version of the information in the paper. The abstract should briefly state the purpose of the research (unless given in the title), new or unusual techniques used in the experimental procedure, and significant results. 
  • Each paper should have no more than 5 keywords
  • The text of each paper should be divided into three or more sections. Typical section titles are as follows:

               Introduction

               Experimental

               Results and Discussion

               Conclusions (or Summary)

  • The background and context of a paper should be presented in an Introduction, and the main points of the paper should be reiterated in the Conclusions or Summary section. Sections can be divided into two or more subsections. Section headings should be concise and numbered sequentially, using a decimal system for subsections.
  • All the authors of a paper should include their full names, affiliations, postal addresses, telephone and fax numbers and email addresses on the cover page of the manuscript. One author should be identified as the Corresponding Author, marked by ‘*'. Authors' first and last names should be provided in the following order: given name, middle name or initial, family name. Membership of authors in the Society should be indicated in a footnote.
  • The affiliations of the authors at the time the work was performed should be presented with the institution and department names (if applicable) presented in full, with the city, state/ prefecture/province, postal code, and country. If authors' current or permanent affiliations are different from the above, this should be explained in a footnote.
  • Biographical notes on contributors are not required for this journal.
  • If an author wishes to acknowledge support, a brief Acknowledgment section may be presented immediately preceding the Reference section.
  • Manufacturer-specific information regarding materials or equipment used in the work should be included in parentheses following the generic name for the material or equipment, for example, “...microscope (Model 123, Wabash Instruments, Center City, IN).”
  • For all manuscripts, non-discriminatory language is mandatory. Sexist or racist terms should not be used.
  • Authors must adhere to SI units. Units are not italicised. English or other non-metric units may appear in a paper, but they should appear only in parentheses following the SI units, e.g. 32 mm (1.25 in.).
  • All mathematical expressions should be presented in a clear and unambiguous manner. Every symbol must be defined, and care should be taken to avoid multiple meanings for the same symbol. Very large and very small numbers should be expressed in scientific notation, e.g. 3.62 x 109 and 3.62 x 10-9.
  • When using a word which is or is asserted to be a proprietary term or trade mark, authors must use the symbol ® or ™. 
     
2. Style guidelines
 
3. Figures and tables
  • It is in the author's interest to provide the highest quality figure format possible. Please be sure that all imported scanned material is scanned at the appropriate resolution: 1200 dpi for line art, 600 dpi for grayscale and 300 dpi for colour.
  • Figures must be saved separate to text. Please do not embed figures in the paper file. 
  • Files should be saved as one of the following formats: TIFF (tagged image file format), PostScript or EPS (encapsulated PostScript), and should contain all the necessary font information and the source file of the application (e.g. CorelDraw/Mac, CorelDraw/PC). 
  • All figures must be numbered in the order in which they appear in the paper (e.g. figure 1, figure 2). In multi-part figures, each part should be labelled (e.g. figure 1(a), figure 1(b)). 
  • Figure captions must be saved separately, as part of the file containing the complete text of the paper, and numbered correspondingly. 
  • The filename for a graphic should be descriptive of the graphic, e.g. Figure1, Figure2a. 
  • Tables should be presented on separate sheets at the end of the manuscript. The title should be as concise as possible, similar to a section title; explanatory information should be presented as footnotes. Column headings should also be concise, but understandable. Units of measurement, where applicable, should be presented as SI units in parentheses.
 
4. Colour
 
The Journal has no free colour pages within its annual page allowance. Authors of accepted papers who propose publishing figures in colour in the print version should consult Taylor & Francis at proof stage to agree to a financial contribution to colour reproduction costs. Figures that appear in black-and-white in the print edition of the Journal will appear in colour in the online edition, assuming colour originals are supplied.
 
 
5. Reproduction of copyright material
 
As an author, you are required to secure permission if you want to reproduce any figure, table, or extract from the text of another source. This applies to direct reproduction as well as "derivative reproduction" (where you have created a new figure or table which derives substantially from a copyrighted source).
 
For further information and FAQs, please see http://journalauthors.tandf.co.uk/preparation/permission.asp. Authors are themselves responsible for the payment of any permission fees required by the copyright owner. Copies of permission letters should be sent with the manuscript upon submission to the Editor(s).
6. Supplementary online material
 
Authors are welcome to submit animations, movie files, sound files or any additional information for online publication.

Manuscript submission
 
Authors are requested to submit their manuscripts electronically to KIDS Editorial Office at kids2@k-ids.or.kr.
 
A ScholarOne Manuscripts™ online submission site is being built for this Journal and will go live in 2011.
 
All manuscripts are reviewed by two reviewers selected by the Editor from a short list of reviewers primarily from the editorial board members or experts in the areas of interest. The identities of the reviewers are not revealed to the authors. Click here for Information regarding anonymous peer review
 
 
Copyright and authors' rights
 
As an author, you are required to secure permission if you want to reproduce any figure, table, or extract from the text of another source. This applies to direct reproduction as well as "derivative reproduction" (where you have created a new figure or table which derives substantially from a copyrighted source).
 
For further information and FAQs, please see http://journalauthors.tandf.co.uk/preparation/permission.asp. This applies to direct reproduction as well as ‘derivative reproduction', where the contributor has created a new figure or table that derives substantially from a copyrighted source. Authors are themselves responsible for the payment of any permission fees required by the copyright owner. Copies of permission letters should be sent with the manuscript upon submission to the Editor(s).
It is a condition of publication that authors assign copyright or license the publication rights in their articles, including abstracts, to the Korean Information Display Society. This enables us to ensure full copyright protection and to disseminate the article, and of course the Journal, to the widest possible readership in print and electronic formats as appropriate. Authors retain many rights under the Taylor & Francis rights policies, which can be found at http://journalauthors.tandf.co.uk/preparation/copyright.asp.
  
Exceptions are made for certain Governments' employees whose policies require that copyright cannot be transferred to other parties. We ask that a signed statement to this effect is submitted when returning proofs for accepted papers.
 
 
Reprints
 
Corresponding authors will receive free online access to their article through our website (www.informaworld.com), Taylor & Francis Online and a complimentary copy of the issue containing their article. Reprints of articles published in this journal can be purchased through Rightslink® when proofs are received. If you have any queries, please contact our reprints department at reprints@tandf.co.uk.
 
 
Page charges
 
There are no page charges to individuals or institutions.
 
 
iOpenAccess
 
Authors whose manuscripts have been accepted for publication have the option to pay a one-off fee of US$3,250 to make their article free to read online via the Journal of Information Display website. Choosing this option also allows authors to post their article in an institutional or subject repository immediately upon publication.
 
 
 
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