The Society for Information Display (SID) is pleased to announce that registration http://www.displayweek.org/2021/Attendee/Registration.aspx is open for Display Week 2021. The all-virtual event will be held May 17-21. Display Week 2021 will bring together the brightest minds in the display industry to provide insight into the latest advancements and showcase new technologies and products that will be hitting the shelves both in the US and internationally within the next few years.
“SID will once again virtually host the most influential display companies that will unveil cutting-edge developments,” said Dr. Takatoshi (Taka) Tsujimura, president of SID. “Visual display technology has become more important than ever in the era of COVID-19. With the help of highly motivated volunteers and partners, we created a virtual platform that continues the Display Week tradition of bringing together the brightest minds in the business and showcasing the newest technology in the world.”
Display Week 2021 will feature both live and recorded sessions. Highlights include:
International Technical Symposium (May 17-21): 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 2021 are IoT displays.
Business Conference (May 17-18): Presented by DSCC, the Display Week 2021 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, micro-LEDs and TADF.
World-class Exhibitors (May 17-21): Premier global information display companies and researchers will unveil cutting-edge developments in display technologies, including advancements in AR/VR, micro-LED, OLED, micro-displays, e-paper, digital signage, new materials and software-enabled displays.
Innovation Zone (I-Zone) (May 17-21): 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, micro-LEDs, quantum dots, mini-LEDs, flexible AMOLED and stretchable displays.