Inside Display Week 2018

Post by Sri Peruvemba, November 15, 2017

Display Week 2018, May 25-27, 2018, will again take place among the bright lights and big city of Los Angeles, where the display elite meet and greet, and share the most significant advances in the field. More than 200 exhibitors

“For C3Nano, SID’s, Display Week 2017 offered some of the best networking opportunities,” said Cliff Morris, CEO of C3Nano. “We met with customers, suppliers and ecosystem partners, all in the same location. It was a highly productive event for us. We have already marked our calendar to attend next year.”

Headlining Display Week 2018 is the highly anticipated International Technical Symposium, which will focus on advancements in these fast-moving technologies:artificial intelligence and AR/VRwearable displays, sensors and devices; and quantum dots and micro-LEDs. There’s still time to submit your paper for consideration (see below for details).

And that’s just the beginning! Display Week is known for unveiling the world’s newest technologies and leading-edge thinking. And 2018 will be no exception, as we continue our exclusive I-Zone, an exhibition-within-an-exhibition where you’ll see demonstrations of pre-market products that will someday soon change the way we work, live and play. Check out the highlights from the 2017 I-Zone.

For 2018, we’re also unveiling our first-ever CEO panel discussion, “Lessons Learned,” to give you a view from the top of what it takes to succeed; and our Women in Tech event (which debuted in 2017) will reach new heights with perspectives and expertise from a panel of today’s most prominent female professionals. You can also expect world-renowned keynotes to take center stage and give you the insider’s view of our dynamic and ever-expanding field.

Additionally, Display Week 2018 will include exceptional opportunities for professional growth and education, including our Business Track and Market Focus Conferences, Sunday Short Courses and Monday Seminars, where industry leaders will tackle today’s hottest topics and shed light on the innovations expected tomorrow.

There’ll be a lot to see, learn, touch and test at Display Week 2018, so mark your calendars now, and watch for upcoming news about registration and new programming. Display Week 2018 is definitely something you won’t want to miss!

We’ll see you in L.A.

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