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Registration Now Open for Display Week 2022, Silicon Valley May 8-13

World's leading event for electronic display innovation set to bring display enthusiasts from around the globe, celebrate 60th anniversary of the Society for Information Display
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The Society for Information Display (SID) is pleased to announce that registration is open for Display Week 2022, which is returning as an on-site event May 8-13 at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, CA. Display Week is the premier event for the global electronic display industry and showcases the latest discoveries, innovations and products that will be hitting the shelves both in the US and internationally within the next few years. SID is also celebrating its 60th anniversary.

“This Display Week is very special as we celebrate 60 years of achievements in the display industry, and we are pleased to be back in Silicon Valley to host some of the most influential display companies that will unveil cutting-edge developments,” said Dr. Takatoshi (Taka) Tsujimura, president of SID. “Visual display technology has become even more important in the pandemic era, and we look forward to bringing together the brightest minds in the business and showcasing the newest technology in the world.”

“We’re excited to return to Silicon Valley for the first time in two years and want to assure everyone that health and safety are our top priority. We have extraordinary help and support from our highly motivated volunteers and partners to ensure that we follow appropriate protocols that enable us to hold this exciting event at a public venue,” added Tsujimura.

Exhibitors from around the world will unveil cutting-edge developments in display technologies and applications, including advances in AR/VR, OLED, microLED, LCD, quantum dots, automobile technology, wearables, digital signage and ePaper. The highly anticipated four-day International Technical Symposium will feature top scientists, researchers and members of the academic community and include live presentations as well as hundreds of leading display industry papers from around the world in multiple technical sessions.

Highlights also include the SID/DSCC Business Conference featuring global business leaders and industry analysts who will share market insights and forecasts about a variety of topics, including smartphones, TVs and emerging technologies.

Additionally, Display Week will again host its popular Women in Tech and CEO Forum panel discussions, including the following programming components:

International Technical Symposium: Through more than 500 technical presentations, including posters and papers, presenters will share the newest thinking about these special topics: augmented reality, virtual reality and mixed reality; high-dynamic-range LCDs; machine learning for displays; and printed displays. New for 2022 are Hyper-Realistic Displays, Machine Learning for Displays, Outdoor Displays and Conformable Wearable Displays.

Business Conference: Presented by DSCC, the SID/DSCC 2022 Business Conference will take a supply chain approach to addressing the market outlook for displays, smartphones and TVs, including forecasts on supply, demand, pricing, 5G, OLED, 8K, foldable, dual displays, mini-LEDs, quantum dots, new phosphors, microLEDs and TADF.

World-class Exhibitors: Premier global information display companies and researchers will unveil cutting-edge developments in display technologies, including advancements in AR/VR, microLED, OLED, micro-displays, e-paper, digital signage, new materials and software-enabled displays.

Innovation Zone (I-Zone): A premier showcase for small companies, startups, universities, government labs and independent research labs, the I-Zone exhibition includes not-yet-commercialized prototypes, proofs of concept, and new products that haven’t even hit the market yet.

Educational Opportunities: Short courses and specialized seminars, presented by recognized experts in the field, provide deep learning opportunities on a wide range of topics, including AR/VR, OLED, microLEDs, quantum dots, mini-LEDs, flexible AMOLED and stretchable displays. A new session in Display Metrology has been added for 2022.

For more information and to register for Display Week 2022, please click here. To view the DW2022 registration video, please click here. WHO approved Covid-19 vaccination will be required to attend in-person.

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