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Author Deadlines
Call for Paper Submissions
» Journal-first (JIST or JPI) 15 Feb
» Conference EXTENDED
11 April
Acceptance Notification
» Journal-first (JIST or JPI) by 21 April
» Conference 9 May
Final Manuscripts Due
» Journal-first (JIST or JPI) 10 May
» Conference 23 May

Program Deadlines
Registration Opens Early May
Early Registration Ends 8 June
Attending In-person Reg Ends 22 June
Summer School 6 July
Technical Sessions 7-8 July



Submit to LIM 2022: Display Science

Work-in-Progress Call for Posters Now Open

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CALL FOR Work-in-Progress Posters

LIM 2022 welcomes submissions of “work-in-progress” posters. All topics relevant to the conference (see below under Call for Papers) are solicited and we particularly encourage students to submit, including those who participate in the LIM Summer School. The posters are not archival publications, but 1-2 page abstracts will appear in the LIM e-proceedings. Submissions should use the your choice and submitted as a PDF. The submission should contain an extended abstract of up to 500 words and optionally the poster. Authors are free to submit fuller versions of their work to future conferences and journals.

We only have a small number of poster slots available. Therefore the steering committee will review the submitted abstracts and select those that are the most relevant to the Display Science theme of the conference
Poster Submission Deadline:6 June 2022
Submission Format: 500 word extended abstract
Final Format: 500 word extended + poster to be displayed at event
Submission Template (MS-Word)
Submission Template (LaTex)

Submit: via LIM Submission Site, create a new submission and select the “Posters” track.

Author/Presenter Information

Congratulations! We're excited to have you present at the upcoming LIM Conference. The following guidelines are designed to help you have a successful experience. If you still have questions after reading through the details below, please contact the conference committee.

For questions about AV and presenting your work in-person or online, please contact Annalise Machin or IOP Conferences

Finalizing and Submitting your Manuscript

Authors are expected to submit a proceedings paper that will reside in the IS&T Digital Library. Work-in-Progress authors are expected to submit a final abstract, that will appear in the conference program.

  • Length: 4 pages + references. We strongly suggest that you refer to the reviewer comments as you revise/finalize your submission.
  • Deadline: 23 May
  • Manuscript format: A4 Manuscript Template (MSWord)
  • Final submission format: Print-ready PDF; be sure that all fonts and graphics are embedded. PDFs are published as submitted to IS&T. Please proofread your work!
  • Use of Lena (Lenna) image: IS&T strongly discourages the use of the Lena (Lenna) image in IS&T publications, conference presentations, and short courses. Authors/presenters/instructors should use other suitable images to illustrate and compare image processing algorithms. IS&T journals and conferences no longer review submissions containing the Lena image without convincing scientific justification for its use.
  • Submitting documents: Use the CMT Submission system to upload the manuscript and copyright transfer form, as well as the poster PDF (for Interactive Poster Papers). IMPORTANT: Be sure to update the submission system with ALL changes, i.e., title, author(s), affiliation(s).
  • Copyright requirement: IS&T offers four (4) copyright options, including a Creative Commons (CCBY) and government options. All are found within the Copyright Release agreement file. Select ONE. Download, complete, sign, and submit.
  • Permissions: When creating your presentation, please ensure that you obtain all necessary rights and permissions to use any materials which you do not own outright. You will be responsible for any claims that IOP receives which allege that any part of your presentation breaches or infringes any third party's rights.
  • Registration Obligation: Authors are expected to attend the conference in person and pay the in-person conference registration fee, even if they must present remotely. Please notify the organizers immediately if you cannot present your work in person.

Preparing and Giving Your Talk

Presentation Lengths

  • Interactive Paper Poster Preview: Each author has 2 minutes to summarize their work during an oral preview prior to the Interactive Paper Poster Session.
  • Oral: 20 minutes; includes speaker change, intro, and Q&A—we suggest you plan your talk for 14-16 minutes.
  • Focal: 30 minutes; includes speaker change, intro, and Q&A—we suggest you plan your talk for 24-26 minutes.
  • Keynote: 50 minutes; includes speaker change, intro, and Q&A—we suggest you plan your talk for 40-42 minutes.

Presentation Slides: Best Practices

  • Use images, keywords, or brief phrases instead of large chunks of text—you want the attendees to be listening to you, not reading a slide. This may mean more slides, but it will make a more engaging presentation.
  • Slides should be concise, clear, and the appropriate quantity for the length of the talk so you do not have to rush.
  • Practice the talk and the timing to ensure a successful presentation. Talks will be kept to schedule.
  • Additional details about your talk will be provided closer to the event.


Giving a LIM 2022 Interactive Poster Paper consists of four ways for you to interact with other attendees and get feedback on your paper, specifically through

  • your POSTER, which will be posted at the venue and online as a PDF for feedback and comment;
  • an INTERACTIVE PREVIEW, where you give a 2-minute summary talk of your research/poster;
  • an INTERACTIVE SESSION, where you display your poster virtually and talk with others about your work; and
  • your PROCEEDINGS PAPER, which is published in the conference proceedings and on the IS&T Digital Library  (unless it is a Work-In-Progress submission).

Interactive Paper presenters need to prepare 3 things:

  • Proceedings manuscript (unless it's a Work-in-Progress submission; then we will use your abstract)
  • 2-3 preview slides
  • Poster for viewing

Prepare your Poster

  • Design your poster to be approximately A0 size (1.9 x .85 meter or 48 x 36 inches). If you would like to have its printing arranged by IOP, you must get them the final file by June 23. The price is £40. Contact Annalise Machin for details.
  • Please include the following statement at the bottom of your poster:
    Presented at London Imaging Meeting (LIM) 2022: Display Science. Not for distribution without consent of the author.
  • See "Poster Layout Samples" for ideas; we suggest a horizontal/landscape orientation.
  • Pay particular attention to keeping text to a minimum and using images, graphs, and/or charts to enhance its visual interest.
  • Save the poster as a PDF and SUBMIT to IS&T via the CMT System
  • Consider the "Better Poster" guideline and templates to assist you in preparing your poster. (These templates were created by Mike Morrison, a doctoral student in Psychology at Michigan State University.  If you want to know more and have time, this YouTube video is an entertaining exploration of some of the problems with scientific papers and his ideas for improvements.  Fast forward to 10:40 for his explanation of the template).

Poster Preview Slides

The goal is to entice people to come talk with you about your work during the Interactive Paper Poster Session. (Don't forget to include a slide with the name and authors of the paper!)

  • For your 2-minute Interactive paper preview, we suggest you CREATE 2-3 slides to highlight your talk.
  • Give an overview of your work, introducing attendees to your topic, and view the preview as a way to invite people to come talk to you during the Interactive Poster Paper Session.
  • Your slides should answer these questions: 
  • Upload your slides to CMT platform.

Please note: Authors are responsible for ensuring that they have the necessary copyright / permissions for all material included within their presentation.


The theme of LIM 2022 is DISPLAY SCIENCE. We are interested in methods intended to improve the performance or bring new capabilities to electronic displays, from flat panel displays to VR/AR headsets. The conference is designed to promote interaction between imaging science, computational displays, graphics, optics, visual perception, and electronic display communities.

The conference is planned as an in-person event, and we expect presenters to attend in person, assuming it is possible and safe for them to do so. Should this not be the case, we will allow for remote attendance on a case-by-case basis.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited, to:

  • AR, VR, and MR systems
  • Novel hyper-realistic displays
  • nbsp;Holographic displays
  • Computational displays
  • Foveated displays and rendering
  • Wide colour gamut
  • High frame rate
  • High dynamic range
  • Display-dependent image quality
  • Automotive and specialized displays
  • Display bandwidth reduction techniques
  • Display characterization and calibration
  • Perception issues in displays
  • Perception in immersive display technologies

Peer Review Process and Publication

All submitted proposals are peer-reviewed to ensure that the program provides significant, timely, and authoritative information.

  • Conference manuscript should be up to 4 pages + an additional page with references.
  • The submission should be anonymous. The review process is double-blind.
  • Papers presented at the conference should be complete in regard to advancing the state of knowledge in the area of display science.
  • Authors have the choice of submitting their paper to an IS&T journal or the conference committee for inclusion in the event. "Journal-first" publication allows authors a journal citation for their work (details below). The page limit does not apply to Journal-first publications.
  • Papers will be allocated either an oral or poster presentation, at the discretion of the program committee.
  • All papers presented at LIM 2022 are published Open Access in the conference proceedings and/or journal, indexed with various services, filed with the US Library of Congress, and made available as downloadable PDFs through the IS&T Digital Library. Authors may also post the authoritative version of accepted papers in repositories and on websites.
  • Authors are expected to adhere to the guidelines and ethics found in the IS&T Publication Policy.
  • Conference registration is required for paper presentation.
  • The conference language is English.

Prospective authors are encouraged to review all the details below, as well as the IS&T Publication Policy.

Authors have the option to submit either a traditional conference paper, which is published in the LIM proceedings, or a Journal-first paper, which appears in the journal prior to the meeting start date, and as a reprint in the proceedings. The advantage of Journal-first is an Open Access journal citation. Journal-first is available for the Journal of Imaging Science and Technology (JIST) or Journal of Perceptual Imaging (JPI).

Journal-first Paper

Submit via: OR
Submission Deadline:15 February 2022 CLOSED
Submission Format: Standard-length, publication-ready paper
Review Format: Standard journal peer-review

Why Journal-first?

  • Gain a journal citation, plus conference presentation.
  • Guaranteed presentation slot if accepted.
  • Fast-tracked review.

Visit the Journal of Imaging Science and Technology or the Journal of Perceptual Imaging pages for more details on the scope of each publication, links to published articles, and how to submit to the journal in which you are interested.

Initial decisions and requests for revision, if required, will be sent to authors by 15 March 2022. Revisions of provisionally accepted papers are due 7 April

Submit JIST-first

Submit JPI-first

Upon acceptance of papers, authors will pay page charges and register for LIM per the individual journal's requirements. Rejected papers will be reviewed for possible inclusion in LIM using the conference submission criteria. 

Final papers are due by 23 May 2022 (date updated).

Questions? Contact us at either [email protected] or [email protected]

Conference Proceedings Paper

Submit via: link coming
Extended Submission Deadline:11 April 2022
Submission Format: 4-page draft paper, plus additional page for references
Review Format: Double-blind peer-review
Submission Template (MS-Word)
Submission Template (LaTex)


  • A short-paper (4 pages of content excluding references). Must be original work on relevant topic.
  • The abstract should clearly explain the technical content, including how the material is new or distinct from previously presented/published work on the same topic. The paper may speculate on how your research ideas will impact the field in the future.
  • To facilitate the double-blind review, remove all identifying information from the draft paper, including, but not limited to, author names, titles, affiliations, bios.

Submit Proceedings Paper

Final decisions on acceptance and presentation format (oral or interactive poster paper) are at the discretion of the Program Committee. Notices of acceptance will be sent by 9 May 2022 (date updated). Upon notice of acceptance, authors are sent detailed instructions for submitting the final manuscript for publication in the conference proceedings, including forms for "transfer of copyright," which includes a CC-BY and government employee options. Please note that each author is responsible for obtaining appropriate clearance as necessary.

Final proceedings manuscripts are due 23 May 2022 (date updated).

Questions?  Contact us at [email protected]

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