Welcome to Display Week 2022, which will be held on-site at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center, May 8-13, 2022. Hosted by the Society for Information Display (SID), this is the 59th International Display Week Symposium, Seminar & Exhibition, and we expect a full turnout as we return to an in-person experience and weeklong extravaganza that showcases the latest and greatest technology and advancements from the global electronic display industry. From AR/VR, auto tech, OLED, micro-OLED and microdisplays to wearables, digital signage and ePaper – and more – Display Week offers a plethora of sights and sounds about what’s new and what’s next.
We’ll also be celebrating SID’s 60th anniversary of powering the worldwide electronic display industry with special sessions and events.
You can expect to engage with the brightest minds and worldwide, renowned technology leaders in a familiar setting as they showcase new display technologies, provide insight into today’s top trends and advancements, and offer a sneak peek at new products that will be hitting the shelves both in the US and internationally within the next few years. Highlights include an exhibition featuring the most influential display technology companies; a multi-day technical symposium featuring visionary scientists and researchers, and hundreds of papers from the global display community; and the I-Zone, a unique exhibition-within-an-exhibition where start-ups, universities and think tanks from around the world will showcase advanced prototypes and demos of products and concepts that haven’t hit the marketplace yet.
COVID-19 Safety Regulations
As SID looks forward to hosting an in-person event again this year, we are also concerned about the well-being of all our attendees. We will be observing the latest COVID safety protocols as indicated by Santa Clara County, California, where Display Week is being held. While proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test is no longer required to attend Display Week, we do request, as per the City’s recommendation, that all in-person attendees wear masks for indoor conference activities unless actively eating, drinking, or speaking on stage.